Just as was the case with their previous albums, Danakil now also presents a dub version of their last long player 'La Rue Raisonne'. This time the band didn't call on Manjul, but opted for Tours-based Ondubground instead. They tackled this project in a slightly more adventurous way: not only does 'Danakil meets Ondubground' feature more vocalists than the original album did (apart from Patrice, Anthony B, Nattali Rize, Volodia, Flavia Coelho and Brahim, among others Joseph Cotton, Jamalski, Sr. Wilson and Green Cross also make an appearance), but in addition to dub you'll also hear genres like trap ('Parisian Dub', the excellent 'J'attends La Nuit' featuring Chill Bump's Miscellaneous and Adam Paris) and dubstep (opener 'Echosysdub', immediately setting the tone for the rest of the album). Other highlights are '33 Mars' featuring Joseph Cotton, here given a futuristic touch (and together with 'Butterflies' reminding us somewhat of the sound of Italian disco-pioneer Giorgio Moroder), 'Nuff Power', actually more of a version of 'Comme Je...' by Green Cross (Jamalski delivers an equally infectious version of 'Dis-leur' with 'Tell Dem'), and the solid UK steppers vibe of 'Dub Again'. Far more than just delivering a simple dub version of 'La Rue Raisonne', Ondubground's Art-X and Olo signed for a complete reinterpretation of the album. Impressionnant!