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|Origin||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Genres||Dub, jazz, ska, reggae, roots|
|Past members||Tala Ofamooni
dDub is a band from New Zealand. Their style is rock-roots, reggae, soul-ska, and dub. They have played numerous outdoor festivals in New Zealand, including Splore, Queenstown Winter Festival, Soundsplash and Rhythm & Vines.
- Derek Wayne (D. W.) Browne – Lead Vocals/Guitar
- Matt Shanks – Bass/Backing Vocals
- Chris Grant – Drums/Backing Vocals
- Steve Fulford – Guitar/Backing Vocals
- Andrew Hall – Sax/Trumpet/Backing Vocals
- Former members
- Tala Ofamooni – Drums
- Duncan Taylor – Trombone
- Ben Campbell – Sax/Flute
- Tim Atkinson – Sax
dDub has released one tour EP, two studio albums, and several singles, including "The Closer You Get, The Bigger I Look," a track written specifically for a project to raise awareness and understanding of dyslexia, released to celebrate Dyslexia Action Week 2009. Their songs have appeared on compilation albums in New Zealand as well. They are currently working on a third studio album, recently releasing the new single, "We Are The Ones" in December 2009.