"It was only four tracks on the machine, but I was picking up twenty from the extraterrestrial squad."

- Lee "Scratch" Perry

100dBs is an engineer, producer and DJ living in Brooklyn. He has released two albums with MC Ryan-O'Neil, a slew of bootleg remixes, and a ton of mixes delving deep into hip hop, reggae and soul. His signature DJ style blends performance and selection: astral echo box and bouncy spring reverb tank on a wild crate-digger's chase through the genealogy of a tune. Most of his time is now spent composing Jamaican-style dub using custom-built synthesizers under the name Soon Come.

He grew up listening to Kraftwerk and Giorgio Moroder, thanks to the bootleg cassettes his mother managed to bring with her from Cold War Romania. An adolescent encounter with a Lee Perry record flipped his whole world and led to formative dub experiments on a four-track cassette recorder. He got his start spinning hip hop nights on the Lower East Side and has toured the world since. He's rocked parties for burners, breakers, Berlin artists and Brooklyn's reggae revivalists. Reviews of his work have appeared in Rolling Stone, Okayplayer, Stereogum and Urb.

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