|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Tomato Jungle / Rajčice Dub||2||Audio||2005||Kingston|
|2||A Brighter Future||4||Audio||2006-00-00||Universal Egg|
|4||Radikal Dub Kolektiv||12||Audio||2004|
|5||Radikal Dub Kolektiv||12||Audio||2006||Nikt Nic Nie Wie|
Radikal dub kolektiv was born in spring 2002. At first it was a trio made of boys who played together before in bands such as Radikalna promjena, Nula, Abrakha-dub-r and who’s music roots were the same/similar. And so these 3 boys (very baaad, but still – very honest:) started to experiment with music, combining different influences into a big melodic mixture, with a dub-reggae background.
On the way they’ve realized that it’s pretty boring to play as a trio, so they’ve decided to put in some electronic sound (synthesizers, sampler) as well as warmth (saxophone) – and they became a collective. (Vax - synthesizers, melodica, vocals; Korx – saxophone; Bole – saxophone; Jadranko – guitar, sound engineering; Vrx – bass; Sheki – sampler; Jebiga – drums; Mirda- sound engineering, effects).
Forn the Brixton based soundsystem, see [a=RDK Hi-Fi].