The Nanofish Dippers are a nine piece Ska and Reggae band from Berlin, founded by the members of a J6711_766092760101952_1080393246700231725_nazz combo who realized that instead of

listening to The Specials, Seeed, Bob Marley and The Slackers all day they should use their Jazz training and improvisational skills to dive

head-first into offbeat music themselves and leave it to others to go mental over figuring out whether the style was dub or rap.

 That was ten years ago. Since then, rooted in Berlin’s vibrant alternative subculture, the Nanofish Dippers have played the city’s

venues big and small, crossed paths with local legends such as The Magic Touch, the Berlin Boom Orchestra and Vello Público, toured Russia and

won the “Hymn for Neukölln” song contest at a time that borough still was considered a “problem district” people usually wouldn’t exactly say

nice things about in public.

nanofish dippers The band works like a swarm of tiny fish, always in flux due to the individual musicians travelling and returning to Berlin. As if the

Nanofish Dipper’s original Roots Reggae and Ska style hadn’t been weird enough to begin with, their sound continuously evolves and changes with

the new musical influences brought back home to Berlin from Spain and Corea, London a
nd Mexico, Italy and California, La Reunion and Vietnam,

inspired by Funk and HipHop, Swing and Latin-American Music.

The Nanofish Dipper’s latest album, “Fish Eat Fish”, can be purchased on bandcamp:

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