Club nights don't last for more than a decade and a half without doing a lot of things right. In the case of Dub Mission — which celebrates its 17th anniversary this Sunday — that's been presenting a wide variety of alternatives to the typical reggae night, whether dub, dubstep (before it was big), dancehall or other flavors of Jamaican-influenced music. Dub Mission has also offered a consistent selection of some of the world's best artists in these sounds, including Adrian Sherwood, Mad Professor, Zion Train, and many others, week after week. Of course it couldn't all happen without the tireless effort of promoter and main resident DJ Sep, along with party regulars Maneesh the Twister, Vinnie Esparza, and Ludichris. For the party's anniversary this Sunday, Sep will be celebrating the release of her Biggering Riddim EP, which she produced with vocal contributions from Dub Mission faves Dr. Israel and Mista Chatman. It should be an excellent illustration of what's kept this party going for the long haul.
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