Dub is the first release from the Remix Project, which premiered in Studio Series 9. It is a special edition production of the RMX B 1 iteration, with a few minor revisions to assist fixation and diffusion.
It features abstract floral notes supported by rhythms of sandalwood, patchouli, citrus, aldehydes, and musk.
Throughout the musical canon — particularly in the genres of house and other electronic music — songs are often modified into a derivative work, sometimes by their original authors, sometimes by someone new, and the result is called a remix. This stems from the process of production mixing after recording, when multiple iterations of aural adjustments are made to a song to finesse the experience of its playback, with a preferred result chosen for pressing and publication. Typically, remixes differ materially from their original stock yet still maintain a similar identity between them.
In house music parlance, a dub is a type of remix wherein most, if not all, of its vocal tracks have been removed. This contrasts an acappella, which is a naked vocal track stripped of its instrumental backing.
Remixes can also be exponential, which is to say as intentional mashups of two separate songs further edited or re-instrumented into a new work that is greater than the sum of its parts.
Dub follows this music logic but through a perfume lens: A new perfume stripped of its starring vocal tracks but nevertheless ready to dance.
Unisex — built with everyone in mind.
It is a parfum de toilette, a high-concentration formulation of lightness and transparency. Spray bottles are hand-signed in permanent enamel.
Bottles of Dub are now sold out. It was a special edition of approximately 50 bottles and will not be remade. A limited number of sample sprayers remain for individual purchase.