From the instant it begins, this dub sets itself apart. Countrified, liquified dub. Denis Glover’s words flutter and flow through the thick musical bed. The words seem to be a distant memory being recalled in tiny bits. The music is the stuff that memories are contained within. Everything flows together until you finally give up trying to recall the lost memory. You resign yourself to the fact that the memory can only be recalled partially. Many thanks Brigitte Bijoux who’s recent Phlow-Magazine.com Top-5 Release chart which featured Malty Media’s Bracken Bed EP.