Swiss group Dub Spencer & Trance Hill have been releasing their musical visions and sound designs since 2006, approaching their numerous projects as pop soundtracks referencing the great names of the time, including The Clash, William S. Burroughs, Metallica, Genesis, Deep Purple, Falco, and others - all remix projects that have created a massive stir on the dub scene. The band's never-ending passion for playing combined with an ultra-sharp instinct, independent spirit, and technical skill flows into sound-spheres that echo far beyond the Swiss Alps and across the globe. Their love of minimalist electronic dance music with epic endings reaches a climax on Physical Echoes. The album grabs electro, ambient, and dance and takes them for a ride on the horizontal axis, adding roots on the vertical. Dub Spencer & Trance Hill have opened themselves up to a comparison with Pink Floyd meeting King Tubby meeting LCD Soundsystem, and on Physical Echoes swing from electro sounds with infiltrated hypnosis to subversive basslines all the way through to washed-out blueprints and voids.