The Crema Dub EP by Dich draws on so many influences ranging from latin, Minimal tech to house and Reggae that it is impossible not to get lost in this melting pot of ambient brilliance.

The opener, El Camino del Inca is pure modern deep, minimal-tech with splashes of dub. From the long droning synth to the noise and ambience this is exactly what you’d expect one Richie Hawtin to drop these days.

That gem is then followed by Lovely Lady a slightly more up-tempo piece of minimal tech-house that draws heavily on Latin influences and even reggae to slowly build into a solid house groove full of dub like reverbs and delays.

Final track La Prostituta chugs along to a solid, funky, minimal but hard bassline with exceptional splashes of afro-percussive trills to add to the ambience. A modern day minimal must have!




9 Comments to “Dich – Crema Dub EP”

  1. Realy like this release and love to play it out!

    Mijk van Dijk (Berlin)
  2. nice twist in lovely lady

    Patrick Lindsey
  3. El camino del inca is the one for me . Has a nice darkness about this track . Love it !

    dave carden (kiss fm ua)
  4. “Lovely lady” is really cool! will play next :)

    SIDE B
  5. Especially El Camino Del Inca is very dubby & deep …..
    Very nice release … Love all tracks !!!
    Nice grooves here !!!

  6. Great Release!! Loving music.

    Keep rocking!


  7. Three beatiful tracks, music with feeling. Full support to the artist and this release.
    El Camino Del Inca will be on my top tracks.

    Nicolas Ovalle (Time Has Changed, Biatch Corp)
  8. El Camino del Inca for me, perfect groove for my sets!

    DJ Hi-Shock
  9. Very classy. I just feel like rolling one up listening to this. I really like the dubstyle production of this release. That bouncy bass kick in Lovely lady is very tasty.

    Son of Zev