8 thoughts on “ Dub-Vulture

  1. Dec 23,  · See an archive of all wubba lubba dub dub stories published on Vulture.
  2. Dub Vulture was formed in by veteran Edmonton indie rocker/forseyracrurasabganorafactenttap.coinfok Tim Balash (Maykings, Big House, Jody Shenkarek, ad infinitum).
  3. The B-side is an instrumental remix titled "Dub-vulture". A seven-inch edit of the Robie remix taken from the Benelux version of the "Sub-culture" single appears on the group's compilation, Substance. A collection of Razormaid remixes of the track were released in , which include additional vocals by Deborah Iyall of Romeo Void.
  4. The version on Low-Life is a favorite of mine, with its awkward but heartfelt vocal, eerily low-key feel, and fabulous synthesizer line, but this single mix (and the Dub-Vulture *thing*) are both particularly less exciting. A mega-polished 80's single adapted from a great, great song. Sad.
  5. Dub Vulture's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.
  6. Dub Vulture Meets The Scientist, Category: Artist, Singles: Snarl!, Top Tracks: Snarl!, Rocket Snarl, Open Dub, Dubble Track, Tante (Frequent Diner Dub), Monthly.
  7. Balash's Dub Vulture is milling about the appreciative scene with bands like Soulja Fyah, the Soulicistors and Scott Cook, to name a few. And this Wednesday, Dub Vulture is officially releasing its debut CD Voodoo Love Nuke at The Empress before following up with a gig at the Black Dog on Feb. 2.
  8. Dub-Vulture is the remix and B-side of Sub-Culture. It is remixed by John Robie and no-one has any idea why it was remixed. New Order Dub Vulture What do you rate this song?

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