20 years inthe sound system game, 20 years of musical back-catalogue, 20 years setting fire todance floors and elaborating their unique dub sound heavily soaked in reggae and bass music. Sincethe 70s, much like reggae, dub has been through non-stop mutations leaving its impact on the courseof music evolution, andO.B.F Sound Systemare spearheading the genre’s recent growth; a styleborn from the underground that has discretely influenced the development of electronic music.Straight outta the French Alps, stemmingfrom the core of Geneva’s alternative scene, one of themost warrior sound systems of the continent has established itself as an irresistible magneticphenomenon.On “LAVA” O.B.F continue their sonic ascension. Reaching a new milestone in their endless questin dub music, unmistakably forward-thinking and bursting with modern influences. At the crossroadsbetween contemporary urban sounds, bass music, club music and dancehall, LAVA's dub is heavy,undiluted. No half-stepping, O.B.F demonstrate how they whip up sound matter, how they fry upmusic in order to make big sound systems smoke.‘LAVA’ is the O.B.F crew in fusion; consisting of its stellar team of MCs and renown solo-producerRico; together concocting spontaneous studio eruptions. It’s the raw energy of a tight-knit family, acollection of 16 tracks of pure volcanic matter slapped onto wax. One after another or as a duoBelénNatalí(Argentina),Charlie P(UK),Sr. Wilson(Spain),Junior Roy(France) and the late great dubpoetNazamba(Jamaica) take turns blowing fire into the microphone. English, French, JamaicanPatois and Spanish collide, affirming O.B.Fs transnational identity.An uncontrollable crew that controls the dance, their unity,clashes, sweaty sound system sessionsare all put together into one project. O.B.F paint their vision onto a range of musical canvases; "LAVA"brazenly portrays new facets of one of the most exciting dub sounds in existence: the O.B.F Sound.Ah O.B.F tingdis!