Panda Dub released new album Horizons

May 15, 2019
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The French dub producer Panda Dub returns in 2019 with the new album ”Horizons”. A 14 track release which includes remixes from artists such as Flavia Coehlo, Alpha Steppa, Atili and KSD. 

”Horizons” keeps the Lyonnais sound brought to life by bands like High Tone or Kaly Live Dub, sound that was pushed and developed by Panda Dub, bringing his flavour into this French dub. As the previous releases, this one can be downloaded for free from ODG Production. But remember, if you like the album you can always support the artist work by purchasing the music through Panda Dub's Bandcamp page. 

Album artwork was designed by Irie Design.

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