Their earlier work (sunshine's theme et al) knocked me off my feet and opened my eyes up to the actual PRODUCTION of music.
I've seen them live 3 times now. And it's just unbelievable. Moonbeam is this little petite woman with a voice that cuts straight through your heart and wraps around your soul in one swift soothing second. Add to the combo their flair for the tribal drums, funky bass, and soulful melodies......and you've got yourself a show.
Not to mention that they're both amazing individuals whose main focus in life is to spread their joy and music to awaken likeminded individuals.
There is an Imperial Dub section in Play De. Another place to check is Eastern Bloc. They used to carry tons of Imperial Dub stuff. I have a bunch of ID vinyl. The production work is insanely beautiful and their tracks always get a great reaction when I play them out. I haven't seen anything new from that lable for a little while actually and I checked it out on Monday.
I saw them twice in 97 (Their epic WEMF set still brings tears to my eyes) and I bought a live set on tape from someone at a Phryl party years ago which still rocks my tape deck on occaison. Speed in Kitchener has Imperialdub slipmats.