Hurled out of the desolate streets of Stepney, England, at 18 and into the nascent Public Image Ltd. (PIL), Jah Wobble was fundamental in shaping the virulent nihilism of punk into sonic and melodic extremes that evoked everything from dub reggae to Stockhausen. Wobble was the first musician of that era to be taken seriously by the older music press, rapidly earning the reputation of a wilfull auteur. This was all the more stunning when it was revealed that he had only just picked up a bass, lent to him by Sid Vicious a few months before joining PIL. As reviews from the time testify, Wobble was light years ahead of his contemporaries in his exploration of new and interesting sounds. His embracing of Eastern and World influences predated Peter Gabriel and other's excursions into those areas by well over five years. With his group, The Invaders of the Heart, he soon found himself to be one of the most demanded musicians on the block with outside projects becoming accordingly more diverse and curious; Bjork, Ginger Baker, The Orb, Massive attack, Primal Scream, The Shamen, and Brian Eno among others. 30 Hertz Collection is a compilation of Wobble's most recent work from his record label, 30 Hertz. The pieces feature collaborations with Natasha Atlas, Jaki Liebezeit, Sussan Deyhim, Bill Laswell and many others...30 Hertz Collection, represents the integration of global musical styles and approaches. These will tend towards what he calls the eternal. Pentatonic scales, three-four rhythms, heavy bass, drones, pipes, flutes, lots of air moving and singing in the praise of God, and the Divine Mother. The music suggests 'the infinite'. It moves vertically (heaven meets earth) as well as horizontally (temporal, episodic). As Wobble says, ТWe will go wherever the music demands us to go. If the music requires an orchestra it will get an orchestra, if it demands silence, then quiet we shall be.