1 En Passant
4 Control Issue Controlling Your Mind
5 Ends Justify the Means
7 Patient Zero
9 Thousand Mile Stare
Dub Trio is DP - Dave Holmes (Guitar & keyboards) Stu Brooks (Bass & keyboards) and Joe Tomino (drums & Melodica). With the addition of electronic, rock, punk and heavy metal, the group pays homage to King Tubby's original dub style, while recreating studio trickery live on stage using various delay pedals, keyboards, and samplers.
While Tomino can add delay or loop effects to his own drums, each member of the band has the ability to "dub" the other via microphones on Tomino's kit running to delay effects on both Holmes' and Brooks' pedal boards.
Dub Trio's first recording with vocals, "Not Alone" with Mike Patton, was featured on both the group's 2006 second record New Heavy and on Mike Patton's 2006 album under the artist name Peeping Tom. The group also toured with Patton as his rhythm section during Peeping Tom's 2006 US tour.
The third Dub Trio album, a live recording entitled Cool Out And Coexist recorded in Union Pool, Brooklyn, New York (19 February 2007 - 20 February 2007), was released in 2007.
All three albums were recorded and mixed by Joel Hamilton at Studio G Brooklyn with the exception of "Cool Out And Coexist" which was recorded by Marc Alan Goodman.
In the Summer of 2006, the band appeared on the cover of the first issue Beyond Race magazine.
In February 2009, Dub Trio opened for & toured with Matisyahu, they were also a supporting act during the show.
In fall of 2010, they released 'III' EP with three songs and planning to released 'IV' in spring 2011.
In Summer 2011, they toured with Matisyahu as his band.
With IV the band succeeds dramatically at emphasizing the ideas, emotions, sounds, and concepts of their current musical exploration. “When listening to IV you can hear that ‘dub’, as a concept and less as a genre synonymous to reggae, is at the core of the music, and while listening you’ll hear every thing from metal to dubstep….there’s even a prepared piano track,” says drummer Joe Tomino.” As always, we aspire to create a visceral experience for the listener, and IV is no exception. Our intent is that you listen to this album from start to finish. While this record is heavy, in more ways than one, there are a lot of subtleties inherent in the music. IV is a snapshot of where and who we are at this moment in time,” Tomino explains. “There are a lot of twists and turns sonically, emotionally, and stylistically on this record. Play it loud!"