Dub Spencer and Trance Hill have been in the music business for about 20 years and are still as hungry as a caterpillar in the leaf forest. Supposedly, the dub component always dominated, no matter if it was humorously-intelligently mixed with Christmas songs, spoken words or Italo Western. But the electronic, the psychedelic, the "trance" always played an important role in the work of the Europe-wide known Swiss band. Now, finally, this facet gets its due place on the new, 12th long-player of the quartet: Imago Cells is the name of the album and marks a metamorphosis. So out of the old arises the new, and so the dub merges with electronic dance music or better: "trance music". The tracks are clearly in the sign of the up-tempo and invite a rave. Furthermore, the sound has become even more bassy and psychedelic, but without losing the organic touch. So bubbling, echoing and grooving then the eight songs beastly good, sound unmistakably like Dub Spencer & Trance Hill and at the same time you understand that the only way is the new. A truly magical moment, like the birth of the butterfly.