ELECTRO-DUB pioneers Dreadzone are coming to seafront venue Chinnerys this Saturday, ahead of the re-issue their classic 2001 album Sound.

The re issue of Sound is coming out on their own Dubwiser label this Summer.

Mike Smith, promoter of Chinnerys, said: "They tore the roof off the Cliffs Pavilion last year when they supported Levellers and they're always welcome when they play Chinnerys, guaranteeing to have you dancing all night."

Dreadzone formed in 1993 when the former Big Audio Dynamite rhythm section, drummer Greg ‘Dread’ Roberts and bassist Leo Williams teamed up with musician, producer and mixer Tim Bran. Throughout the Nineties Dreadzone had continually remixed itself, chopping and changing members and record labels, including stints on both Virgin and Alan McGhee’s Creation.

Greg and Tim decided to approach the new millennium with a fresh idea in the form of the Dubwiser Club night at Notting Hill Arts Club. They channelled their energy into club nights that fused dub and reggae with contemporary beats.

This proved a fertile musical playground and it was during this time that the band would create Sound, released on Ruff Life in 2001.

Written over a two-year period, Sound features contributions from Don Letts, Earl 16, Aswad’s Brinsley Forde and MC Det.

Tickets for the gig at the venue in Marine Parade, are £15 in advance from seetickets.com

The start time is 8pm.