DubFX: The Amazing Music of Ben Stanford

The following artist will blow your mind away.

Going by the name of DubFX, Australian artist Ben Stanford uses only his voice and a piece of mixing equipment called a loop station. While performing, Ben starts by singing each part of his song and recording it in the loop station. He then sings over that beat, making adjustments to the device along the way. As you’ll soon hear, the result is absolutely amazing.

Love Someone

‘Flow’ feat. Woodnote

Step on my Trip

DubFX’s albums are for sale on his website. They are priced at around $20 USD, worldwide shipping included.

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40 Responses to DubFX: The Amazing Music of Ben Stanford

  1. Very, very good. He got the rhythm in his blood! It's sad to see those two dudes in the background of the first video walking away when the girl shows CDs to sell (at 2:00).

  2. Very, very good. He got the rhythm in his blood! It’s sad to see those two dudes in the background of the first video walking away when the girl shows CDs to sell (at 2:00).

  3. friggin awesome! This man has music running through his blood! this talent that can never be duplicated! big ups DubFX I am def buying your albums

  4. friggin awesome! This man has music running through his blood! this talent that can never be duplicated! big ups DubFX I am def buying your albums

  5. He definitely uses a lot more effects than just the loop station; you can see more than half a dozen different units in the first video and you can definitely hear tons of reverb and flange, but hey, that's okay :P

  6. He definitely uses a lot more effects than just the loop station; you can see more than half a dozen different units in the first video and you can definitely hear tons of reverb and flange, but hey, that’s okay :P

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