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“Displaying a level of talent, taste, and patience beyond their years, the young lads of Dubbest took their time in the creation of their sophomore album, with the result being Avoid The Pier, total dub porn for the masses. The liner notes spec 13 tracks, but this is simply one big, fat hour of groove – a fine example of how some of the best new roots reggae being created these days is right here in the States (and much of it in the Northeast). If Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, 10 Ft. Ganja Plant, and John Brown’s Body flip your switch, then you will enjoy Dubbest’s Avoid The Pier, my friend.”

“How do you feel about the legalization of marijuana/ how does marijuana relate with your music? I feel undoubtedly that marijuana is harmless and beneficial to those looking to expand their minds as well as discover complete relaxation and the simplicity of life. The legalization will also remove the stereotype of marijuana smokers i.e lazy, unmotivated, drug fiends, when in fact that is not true, and it can work as a tool to improve your life if you use it right. In regards to our music, marijuana helps us find our inner creativity and inspiration for writing and performing. We couldn't make music without it. For the rest go to http://www.examiner.com/norml-in-boston/andrew-from-dubbest-medical-marijuana-is-extraordinary-form-of-healing ”