Explosive

https://open.spotify.com/album/4WgOSu49c8BujsYqw33C17

Bass Aggrovator

https://open.spotify.com/album/73Kl35rq85HALL9ROcGkKG?si=rU7L8uO2STCV5iNC3-cwYw

In session on Phantom Circuit

https://open.spotify.com/album/1JD77QQ7zsRltmvDBic9Tu?si=-g03BO01R8mNm9DIN1d8Ig

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A fat wodge of my BrumDub by ‘Dub Not Pop’ on Romeda Records has landed. The album ‘Explosive

and sister EP ‘Bass Aggrovator’

are now proudly released. Big up to Romeda for making this possible.

Romeda Records will release Dub Not Pop’s album ‘Explosive‘ and sister EP ‘Bass Aggrovator‘ on Friday 23rd February. Pre-orders are now available. Again, huge thanks to Romeda for making this all possible. In the immortal words of Altern-8 ‘Watch yer bass bins I’m telling ya!’.

Exciting times here at D.N.P central. Really chuffed to reveal the first full Dub Not Pop album ‘Explosive’. It will be released on vinyl and digital download from Romeda Records. Release date of the album along with it’s download only accompanying EP ‘Bass Aggrovator’ is not yet confirmed but will be very soon. Cheers to Romeda for making this happen.

Dub Not Pop’s first release ‘In Session on Phantom Circuit’ has now been made by available through the terrific Romeda

The tracks were originally created for show 202 of the Phantom circuit board show. Massive thanks to Phantom circuit for the invite to perform. Massive thanks to Romeda for putting this out there.

More to come from Dub Not Pop very soon. Watch this space….

Proud to reveal the first of many arms to D.N.P. This edition of Phantom Circuit features ‘Dub Not Pop’ in session. Three tracks in total.

Many thanks to (the mighty) Phantom Circuit for inviting D.N.P to perform. Their support is massively appreciated.

The future of D.N.P

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D.N.P has been very busy although very quiet in the last few months so changes will be made. The future of D.N.P will see a diversification of styles under a number of different guises. So in order to differentiate between styles expect releases over the next few months under the names ‘Die Neue Psychik’ (ambient oddities), ‘Dub Not Pop’ (dub), ‘Diddy Neon Pixel’ (8-bit/retro), ‘Did Not Practice’ (orchestral), ‘Dead Neutron Partikel’ (techno/industrial). This expansion to D.N.P will allow ‘Dona Nobis Pacem’ to remain permanently ‘black ambient’.

D.N.P (Dub Not Pop division) will see it’s debut in session on an upcoming Phantom Circuit show.

D.N.P (Die Neue Psychik division) will see it’s debut release on the new Odd Chorus label.

Watch this space….

D.N.P is proud to be part of the new compilation from Petroglyph Music (track 6). ‘The Dangerous Kitchen’ tasked artists with the challenge of making a track using only sounds obtained in a kitchen. D.N.P used only the sound of a running/dripping tap into a metal sink to create ‘Water’.

Thanks to Øystein and Rune at Petroglyph Music for the inclusion.

This was issued some months ago as a limited download for 1 week only from my Twitter account. Now releasing it properly through a proper channel. 

Doom…I was obsessed with it for a number of years. The first person shooter that really hit the spot and spawned many imitators. 

Browsing through the internet one day I found a complete set of original Doom SFX wav files. They were sitting on my hard drive for a while when I thought “lets see what these can do” Feeding them through a sampler and sequencer I created the opening track to this album ‘Deimos Anomaly’, the rest just came naturally. 

The rules were simple:- 

1. All sounds in the album must originate from a Doom sound effect 

2. I can do anything to the sounds e.g. cut em, loop em, slow em down, play em backwards, add effects, etc as long as they are original Doom SFX. 

All track names are taken from the various levels of the game. 

Hardcore gamers amongst you will recognise many of the noises contained within, however many sounds have been twisted beyond recognition. 

Big ups to Bobby Prince who created the original Doom SFX back in the early 1990s. I hope he likes what I’ve done to his work. 

Dona Nobis Pacem…..grant us peace

Midlands Metalheads reviewed a rare live D.N.P performance last week. Here’s what they had to say…..

 First up is Birmingham’s black ambient drone performer, D.N.P. (Dona Nobis Pacem) (7). He is an unassuming figure in the corner of this basement room; being set up with a assortment of electronic gadgetry from which he produces some hauntingly absorbing noise. The D.N.P. experience is reminiscent of being trapped in a wind tunnel with nothing but your own anxiety for company… in a good way, if you can imagine such a thing!

​Kind words indeed. Truly appreciated. To read the full review of the whole evening head to http://www.midlandsmetalheads.com/review-adam-probert-and-john-e-smoke-perform-the-battle-for-tomorrow-with-mutate-sandy-thomas-stanton-and-d-n-p-six-eight-kafe-birmingham-24-march-2017/

Thanks to Jon E Smoke for the offer of performing.