The two artists have teamed up for an LP of dubwise experiments.
Deadbeat and Paul St. Hilaire have partnered on a new album, The Infinity Dub Sessions.
Both artists are synonymous with dub music: Deadbeat, AKA Scott Monteith, is a well-known exponent of dub techno, while St. Hilaire, also known as Tikiman, has a voice that's synonymous with dubwise music, having appeared on countless Rhythm & Sound records. The pair met at a Micro Mutek event in Montreal a decade back, and have performed live together occasionally since. Their eight-track LP will see release on Monteith's BLKRTZ label on double-vinyl and CD. Taking nearly one year to produce, it uses Scott Monteith's Infinity Dubs series as a starting point, with St. Hilaire "at his most militant, poetic, fierce and flowing," according to a press release.
01. Hold On Strong
03. What The Heck Them Expect
04. Working Everyday
05. Rock Of Creation
06. Little Darling
07. Under Cover
08. Peace And Love
BLKRTZ will release The Infinity Dub Sessions on March 3rd, 2014.