For the seventh edition of Social Sundays we have invited our good friend Dubase who crafted a two hour set of world music. Dubase is the head honcho of Guerilla Outernational and he is active on the Romanian music scene since 1996, being constantly eclectic during his 20 years long journey through techno, breaks, bass music, ethnic jazz, dub, jungle, you name it. He also used to make live silent movie soundtracks for TIFF Festival between 2003-2006 with his partner in crime Leizaboy aka Calibro 45.
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