UNDERWORLD‏ Reveal Documentary

October 29, 2014


Underworld – dubnobasswithmyheadman – Mini Documentary (Part 1)

 Underworld – dubnobasswithmyheadman – Mini Documentary (Part 2)

Following glowing reviews across the board for both the 20th anniversary deluxe reissue of dubnobasswithmyheadman plus their sold out show at The Royal Festival Hall, and in anticipation of their March 2015 live dates, Underworld have released a 2 part mini documentary on their aforementioned seminal album.

“A revolutionary record” The Quietus

“Underworld didn’t fulfil a niche, they created one” GQ

“Twenty years on, it still sounds magnificentThe Guardian

“A throbbing crescendo of electronic exhilaration” The Times

“Marrying dancefloor heft with proper songwriting, it’s a club/pop crossover landmarkFACT

“dubnobasswithmyheadman changed the idea of what electronic music could be – lyrical, personal, introspective and human” Time Out

“Dance music utterly unlike any other dance music” Mojo

“A truly magical work that firmly belongs in the upper echelons of British music. A triumph of heart and machine. OutstandingLouder Than War

“Hear how hard Dubnobass still resonates: this was an album about community, about coming together through shared experiences—a chance to take club culture out of the club without losing a shred of nuance or sheer visceral excitement. Their ambition was completely off the charts”  Pitchfork

“One of their most celebrated records” Resident Advisor

“Dubnobasswithmyheadman was a heady concoction of songs-not-songs; something that worked in clubs, yet had structure, melody and at times seemingly random lyricism threaded throughout”  Thump

“Dubnobasswithmyheadman reached out beyond the electronic music scene due to being such a visionary collection of tracks. 20 years down the line it’s proving to be just as influential musically, it’s power undiminished in any way with time” The Line Of Best Fit

“Underworld’s first proper album was something of a game changer. Along with classic LPs from Orbital, The Chemical Brothers, The Prodigy and Leftfield, it ushered in the age of stadium techno, laying to rest any lingering doubts that dance music couldn’t work as a cohesive album sound” The Ransom Note

“A thrilling listen, fusing dub, electronics, house and techno into one imposing brew. It’s the sound of ground being broken” Clash

“Their breakthrough album” Digital Spy

Underworld; New dubnobasswithmyheadman live shows for 2015

Following unprecedented demand for tickets to Underworld’s 20th anniversary live performance of their dubnobasswithmyheadman album at London’s iconic Royal Festival Hall, the band announce a series of additional shows.

These unique and intimate performances will take place throughout March 2015 across UK and Europe. Each night, Underworld’s Rick Smith and Karl Hyde will perform their classic landmark work in full.

5th March                            Bristol – Colston Hall

6th March                            London – Hammersmith Apollo

12th March                          Glasgow – Royal Concert Hall 

13th March                          Manchester – Albert Hall 

14th March                          Gateshead – The Sage

19th March                          Paris – Casino de Paris 

20th March                          Brussels – Ancienne Belgique

24th March                          Amsterdam – Paradiso 

25th March                          Amsterdam – Paradiso 

27th March                          Eindhoven – Klokgebouw (STRP)

28th March                          Cologne – E-Werk

 Tickets are available now via

dubnobasswithmyheadman was hailed as a game changer on release at the start of 1994. Two decades on, it is unarguably one of the most influential British electronic records of all time – a signpost for everything from dance music’s easy relationship with festival main stages, to the radio and globe-conquering EDM phenomenon. The 20th anniversary reissue is available now.

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