After a few years of experimenting around with the most different equipment and styles (from Gabba over Digital Hardcore to Techno and Electronica) disrupt finally discovered Dub as the one universal way of music. From the lack of money came the idea of producing own Dub music with the obvious (and back then also the only) tool at hand – a cheap laptop.
The first attempts on tracks in this veine were released in May 2004 on the highly recommended PHONOCAKE netlabel as the ‘A Fistful Of Dub‘-EP. This release turned out to become a small surprise hit which gave enough motivation to pursue the whole thing further on and eventually start the JAHTARI label together with Rootah in Nov 2004.
Since 2007 a heap of vinyl releases followed: two solo LPs, many EPs and 7″s (alongside Maffi and Naram). Disrupt also produced the dub poetry epics “Dis Side Ah Town” and “Dog Heart City” by Roger Robinson and the cosmic enka album “Karma No Kusari” by Kiki Hitomi.