Born out of the melting pot that is Ladbroke Grove, West London with it's unique tradition of merging musical styles, Border Crossing's sound emerged in 2004. Their critically acclaimed debut LP 'Ominous' (RG Records) expressed this diverse range of influences, drawing upon Reggae, Soul, Rock, Jazz and Hip Hop, fusing them together in the spirit of unity that characterises this part of London. The second album 'Freedom of speech' signalled a harder sound with more vocal collaborations, before a venture into the purely instrumental sound of their third release, 'Starlines and Stellagrams' in 2010.'
Long-time friend of the group Tony Assassin has reworked the third album in full, creating an album of speaker-rattling dubs. A legend of the London dub scene, the mysterious producer has created an entirely new work - taking the BC sound and adding deeper sounds and textures.