Dub Trio are Brooklyn legends at this point, with over 20 years of collaboration under the band’s belt. It’s members – Stu Brooks, DP Holmes, and Joe Tomino – all have incredibly impressive musical resumes, collaborating with and backing some of the biggest names in music, from Dr. John to Lady Gaga to Matisyahu and more. After a brief hiatus for the trio, the band regrouped and are a true force of nature. Here, they share a bit of their epic collaboration with King Buzzo of the Melvins (present in voice but not body in this case) for an intense session recorded live at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn.
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