Performing at Deep Ellum Art Co October 29, 2017. Details here.
In the 1980s, Perry began working with British producers Adrian Sherwood and Mad Professor and in the last decade with NYC’s Subatomic Sound System. In 2003, Perry won a Grammy for Best Reggae Album with the album Jamaican E.T.. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Perry #100 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.
For Deep Space’s night Subatomic will be spearheaded by producer/instrumentalist/dj Emch on the live dub mix and includes legendary Jamaican percussionist Larry McDonald and Troy Simms (Brooklyn Gypsies) on saxophone.
Subatomic Sound System first worked with Perry in 2007 doing a series of dubstep remixes for Dubblestandart. Subatomic also produced music involving David Lynch, Anthony B, Elephant Man, Ari Up of the Slits, and more. At the forefront of dub music’s renaissance, Subatomic founded the US & Europe Dub Champions Festival, toured worldwide with Perry, performing at major festivals including Coachella, Red Bull Music Academy, Abelton Loop Berlin, SummerStage, Ozora and more.