Asian Dub Foundation share Panda Dub remix of ‘Swarm’

One of the main artists of the French dub scene, Panda Dub gives us a hovering remix of the militant track ‘Swarm’ by the English band Asian Dub Foundation, taken from their latest album ‘Access Denied.’

Former British Prime Minister David Cameron called the immigrants from Syria a “swarm.” It was meant to be a derogatory and dehumanizing insult. But with this tune, Asian Dub Foundation turned the insult on its head by paying homage to the incredible display of collective intelligence that a swarm in nature is. The treatment given by Panda Dub to this remix gives a whole new flavor to the track, in which the powerful bass serve a hypnotic dub stepper that has everything it takes to become an underground hit.

Specially for the Record Store Day, Asian Dub Foundation released ‘Access Denied Deluxe.’ Discover a new version of ‘Comin’ Over Here’ featuring another section from Stewart’s classic monologue plus two previously unreleased tracks from a special one-off with none other than Adrian Sherwood at the controls. Also, expect two brand new remixes digidub style by Panda Dub and Manudigital, and a new version of the album artwork specially designed for the Record Store Day edition.

Similar Articles

Don't miss

K-Prez and Snowgoons drop ‘Dollar & A Prayer’ feat. Wais P

K-Prez teamed up with the Snowgoons for 'The Come Up' to be released on Goon MuSick. But the Goons did not produce the whole project....

Angels & Airwaves announces new album ‘Lifeforms,’ share new song ‘Restless Souls’

Angels & Airwaves have officially announced their highly anticipated sixth studio album, 'Lifeforms,' that will be released on September 24. The announcement was first...

William Ryan Key launches Twitch partnership, announces Jedha with ex-Yellowcard bandmate Ryan Mendez

When Yellowcard broke up in March 2017, William Ryan Key not only took his final bow as frontman of that much-adored band, but he...