20 Years Of Future Roots Radio chronicles the Los Angeles radio station's history.
20 Years Of Future Roots Radio goes all the way back to 1999 when the radio station was first started in Los Angeles. Publisher Hat & Beard says the book "springs to life with scenes from sad music parties, all-night ambient happenings, and multi-sensory underground events... [with] stories of sleepwalking DJs, thrift store album alchemy and sizzling circuit boards."
The book includes interviews with major players in Dublab's history. Over the years, the station has served as an "early platform for emerging artists" like Animal Collective, Julia Holter and Flying Lotus, while also hosting well-established legends like Tangerine Dream, Egyptian Lover and Lee "Scratch" Perry. 20 Years Of Future Roots Radio was edited by Dublab director Alejandro Cohen and cofounder Mark "Frosty" McNeill (pictured) along with Hat & Beard publisher J.C. Gabel. For more info, check out the Hat & Beard website.
Hat & Beard will release 20 Years Of Future Roots Radio in fall 2019.