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Holding It Down
Cat: AJX 800S. Rel: 10 Jul 24
Holding It Down (3:38)
Holding The Dub (3:37)
Review: Soul Revivers return with 'Holding it Down', the lead single from their highly anticipated follow-up to the acclaimed debut album 'On The Grove'. Teaming up with West London's keyboard maestro and producer Ash Walker, along with vocalist Lyn Gerald, the pair of Nick Manasseh and David Hill deliver an ethereal yet captivating tune that brings to mind Jackie Mittoo's legacy and the essence of balmy summer evenings. As expected from Soul Revivers, the release includes a dub version by Manasseh on limited edition 7".
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 in stock $11.31
Swahili Lullaby (reissue)
Cat: BID 008. Rel: 22 Jul 24
Swahili Lullaby
Teekon Warriors
Daisy High
Swahili Lullaby (Synkro Balearic dub mix)
Swahili Lullaby (Talking Drums Redub)
Review: First released in 1983, Khartomb's 'Swahili Lullaby' first surfaced on the underground punk and reggae label Whaam! before fading back again into obscurity. In fact their only release, originally a 7", it came backed by the 12/8 wonderwork 'Teekon Warriors' on the B; both tracks established their sound as straddling both a restlessness and a laconism, channelling influences from the Slits to the Raincoats. Legend speaks of an original Peel Session and support from Melody Maker - the holy one-track difecta for breaking artists back then - yet this initial support sadly, madly waned. Now, however, the release comes miraculously back to the fore, rendered concscious again by way of a new-to-vinyl track - 'Daisy High' - as well as two versions of the A1 by Synkro and Talking Drums. 'Daisy High' is a lissome one, its layered contraltos overdubbed to perfection against endless Balearic guitar-swirls amid an overarching 'bossa feel' (in Peel's words). Synkro's dub could just as easily have come from '83 as it did from '24, swelling away into a sweet kickless reverie that happily, barely resembles the original; Talking Drums' version is more loyal to the genesis, yet amps up the dub pressure.
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Played by: Manu Archeo
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The Dubs That Time Forgot
Cat: ARILP 325. Rel: 19 Jul 24
Track 1 (3:53)
Track 2 (3:31)
Track 3 (4:10)
Track 4 (3:29)
Track 5 (3:28)
Track 6 (3:45)
Track 7 (3:31)
Track 8 (3:20)
Track 9 (3:42)
Track 10 (3:09)
Track 11 (3:09)
Track 12 (3:42)
 in stock $15.88
Summer Madness (reissue)
Cat: STIX 054. Rel: 06 Sep 21
Summer Madness (3:19)
Use Me (3:39)
Review: Stix Records is the sub-label of superb French outlet Favorite Recordings, and it is reserved for heavy dub cuts. This one finds label regular Mato reworking a classic reggae roller first written by Kool & The Gang. His gorgeous version is perfect for hot summer nights with its languid Fender Rhodes leads and sun kissed beats. It's loved up and perfectly, frankly. On the flip is a reggae rework of Bill Withers', who is sadly no long with us, 'Use Me,' repackaged with a playful harmonica lead and more grinding chords over the gently tumbling beats.
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LPY 03
LPY 03 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 03. Rel: 07 Mar 22
Bluetrain - "Binary Riddim" (13:30)
Hydergine - "Mystic Light" (6:11)
Hydergine - "Lunar Eclipse" (7:32)
Review: Lempuyang's third offering is an outstanding split release between Steve O'Sullivan & Hydergine, label bosses for Mosaic/Bluetrain & Ranges. In 'Binary Riddim' Steve delivers a two-part dub track spanning >13 minutes, seriously heavy in the low end; melancholy strings in the first half, progressing to outright menacing chord stabs in the latter. A versatile track offering something for both warm-up and the dancefloor. Complimenting on the flip are 'Mystic Light' and 'Lunar Eclipse' from Hydergine. Deep, dubby atmospherics meander over a weighty 909 kick on B1. Subtle minimalism a la Terrence Dixon, pitched down on B2. Essential release!

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King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown
Cat: ORLP 18. Rel: 07 Jan 20
Keep On Dubbing (3:05)
Stop Them Jah (2:47)
Young Generation Dub (2:29)
Each One Dub (2:55)
555 Dub Street (2:43)
Braces Tower Dub (2:55)
King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown (2:33)
Corner Crew Dub (2:57)
Say So (3:08)
Skanking Dub (2:39)
Frozen Dub (2:51)
Satta Dub (4:17)
Review: Melodica maestro Augustus Pablo released a number of influential albums during a golden period in the 1970s, though little quite as ground-breaking and far-sighted as 1976's "King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown". Mixed by King Tubby, it was one of the first great dub albums and is still one of the finest examples of the stripped-back, rhythm-heavy style around. If you don't already own a copy, we'd heartily recommend picking up this reissue. Musically, the tracks sound as warm, weighty and spacious as ever - all heavy Robbie Shakespear/Family Man Barrett bass, idiosyncratic drumming and killer melodica/Clavinet/organ action from Pablo.
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 in stock $22.88
Meditation In Dub (reissue)
Meditation In Dub (reissue) (LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 333LP 011. Rel: 27 Jun 24
Move Out Of Me Way (2:47)
Meditation Dub (2:44)
Little Bit Of Dub (3:02)
Peaceful Natty (2:39)
Political Affair (2:43)
Natty Chase The Barber (2:51)
Back Whe Dreadie (2:37)
Move Out Carol (2:36)
War Mongrel (2:27)
Trod On Natty (3:24)
Review: Mediation in Dub by The Revolutionaries, reissued as part of Death Is Not The End's 333 series, delves into the archives of NYC-based Flames label. The Revolutionaries, a renowned reggae session band, comprised a rotating lineup of top Jamaican musicians, anchored by the formidable duo of Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare. Recorded at Channel One studio in Kingston during the mid-1970s, under the guidance of producer Ossie Hibbert, these tracks feature dub versions of Winston Jones's Flames label releases. Jones, known for his work on 'Stop That Train,' established Flames in NYC in the early 1970s, becoming a key player in Brooklyn's reggae scene. Meditation in Dub is a collector's gem, offering essential dub versions of popular rhythms from the era. This reissue, licensed from Jones and mastered with assistance from DKR, provides a valuable snapshot of reggae's roots and early dancehall periods.
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 in stock $23.16
Ramble In The Rainbow
Ramble In The Rainbow (green marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: PPU 108 GREEN. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Doors (4:47)
Go Down The Mountain (4:14)
Ramble In The Rainbow (4:03)
Nue (3:54)
Distant Look (3:08)
Review: Tamtam is a four-piece band based in Tokyo that warted out playing reggae and dub. However, they slowly evolved their sound and developed into an innovative fusion outfit that draws on diverse influences from jazz, soul and psyche pop to new age and exotica. The wonderful 'Ramble In The Rainbow' is their first outing on US label Peoples Potential Unlimited and shows the richness of their world sound while drawing on Sun Ra, Lee "Scratch" Perry, and Yasuaki Shimizu. It's an escapist dub with Eastern melodies and a great mix of subtle euphoria and authentic nostalgia.
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The Man That I Am
Cat: WHODEM 044. Rel: 15 Jul 24
The Man That I Am (3:45)
The Dub That I Dub (3:45)
Review: As Whodemsound races towards its 50th outing, it presses up yet another great little 7", this time with Bopper Ranking delivering some great spoken word roots. 'The Man That I Am' is just under four minutes of super clean dub with digital synths adding a future-facing feel to the sultry horns that drift up top and the traditional dub rhythms that roll deep down low. The conscious lyrics make this an even more heady experience and on the flip is a dub version for those who prefer to whittle things down to the bare dub essentials.
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False Start Dub
Cat: LGR 45001. Rel: 02 Jul 24
False Start Dub (4:27)
High Speed Dubbin' (4:38)
Review: Leisure Group Recordings is a side label from Razor-N-Tape's JKriv that now debuts in the vinyl world with Kings Of High Speed's trippy dance-floor dub on a 7" slab. Following J's Balearic Within EP, Leisure Group revisits J's archives for a pair of tunes he originally started with late Tortured Soul bandmate Ethan White over a decade ago. An aficionado of dub reggae, Ethan infused these tracks with authentic organ and synthesizer stylings. Recently unearthed and completed by J with dub treatments using a Space Echo and Eventide, these productions pay homage to Ethan's memory-a tribute to his musical legacy and vibrant spirit.
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Onward Forward
Cat: SMDE 44. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Onward Forward (5:13)
Living In Sacrifice (5:12)
Dubbing Siren (5:18)
Dread Box (5:17)
Review: Ajit & Kate's mutations continue! Having hit us hard, deep and powerfully over the years - especially on their incredible Grassroots album a few years back - the longstanding Belgium-based couple go back to the very roots and essence of soundsystem culture: dub. Fusing aesthetics of the longstanding sound and drawing on its eternal influence that has always been there in every Untouchables record, each track highlights a different characteristic of dub. 'Onward Forward' flexes that infectious halftime swagger and groove, 'Living In Sacrifice' celebrates the more meditative, time-transcending elements of dub, 'Dubbing Siren' is all about that hypnotic immersion while 'Dread Box' is pure dub. A beautiful homage; this sounds exactly as you'd want a new Untouchables record to sound and adds a whole new twist. High recommended.
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Vortex (feat Yagya, Bluetrain mixes)
Vortex (feat Yagya, Bluetrain mixes) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 08. Rel: 17 Oct 22
Vortex (6:24)
Vortex (Yagya remix) (6:35)
Customization (6:48)
Customization (Bluetrain Special edition dub) (7:50)
Review: After two utterly essential releases on ae Recordings and Primary Colours in 2021, Altone once more delivers the goods for Lempuyang. The label's eighth release brings together two of the most respected heads in the business on remix duties. Altone's deep & pulsing title track 'Vortex' gets Yagya's glacial treatment on the A-side. 'Customization' on the flip gets a Bluetrain rework; with Steve's trademark Special Edition Dub giving the track a dancefloor edge.
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No Protection (reissue)
No Protection (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: 570096 3. Rel: 02 Dec 16
Protection (Radiation Ruling The Nation) (8:31)
Karmacoma (Bumper Ball dub) (5:58)
Three (Trinity dub) (4:20)
Weather Storm (Cool Monsoon) (7:10)
Sly (Eternal Feedback) (6:19)
Better Things (Moving dub) (5:52)
Spying Glass (I Spy) (5:16)
Heat Miser (Backward Sucking) (6:12)
Review: Given Massive Attack's background, it was almost inevitable that they'd release a dub overhaul of one of their albums at one point. That time came in 1995, when British sound system legend Mad Professor - responsible for some of the greatest UK-made dub records of all time - put his distinctive twist on Protection. 21 years on, the set still sounds sublime: a radical translation that frequently bares only a passing resemblance to the Bristol band's original. It's packed with highlights, from the spaced-out, dub-house rework of "Spying Glass" ("I Spy"), to the ricocheting percussion hits and twinkling pianos of "Weather Storm (Cool Monsoon)", and creepy, delay-laden string surges of "Eternal Feedback (Sly)".
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For The Love Of Money
Cat: MRB 7133. Rel: 31 Jan 18
For The Love Of Money (4:05)
For The Love Of Money (disco dub) (4:14)
Review: Disco Dub Band's "For The Love of Money", a one-off collaboration between producer Davitt Sigerson and reggae musician Mike Dorane, has long been considered something of a classic by those who like their disco to come with a big dose of dub-wise flavour. Here the instrumental O'Jays cover, which originally appeared on the Movers label in 1976, is given the remix treatment by long-time fans Mr Bongo. The superb A-side, in which Dorane's instrumental talents take centre stage, naturally comes accompanied by the frequently played Dub interpretation, a typically wild and bass-heavy affair that sounds like it was mixed "live" in one take in true Lee Perry/King Tubby style. If it's not already in your collection, it should be.
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Tags: Disco Funk
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I Want Your Love
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Tubby's Want The Channel: Dubbing With The Observer 1976-1978
Nice (version)
One Saturday Night
I Need A Dub
Mr Rich Man (version)
Oh Jah Man (version)
Leave The Blood
I'm In Dub
One Foot Sammy
Nosey Joe (version)
Dub 68
Tubby’s Want The Channel
Him Drop
Burn Me Out (version 77)
Head Line
Jah-Jah-I (version )
I Got A Feeling (version)
Black Is The Highest Culture (version)
Organ Satta
I A Feel It
Master (version)
Hammering Observer Style
Natty Chariott
Poor Man Style
First Cut
Under TIght Raps
Clean Heart Rasta (instrumental)
Hotter Fire
Jah Come Here
Stampede Aka Mutiny
Hold Not Thy (version)
Jordan River (Second cut)
East African Herb Vendor
Have No Fear (version)
War Of The Stars (7" mix)
Jah Jah Higher Than I (version)
Shot From The Pistol
Two Thousand (version)
Killer (version)
Judge Not Observer Style
Review: Winston 'Niney' Holness was undoubtedly one of the most successful roots reggae producers of the late 1970s, and one of the first - besides fellow greats and eventual specialists like Lee 'Scratch' Perry and King Tubby - to embrace the skeletal rhythms, ten-ton bass weight and spaced out sonics of dub. He took his 'versions' and dubs seriously, often recruiting King Tubby to provide the necessary production polish. This brilliant double-disc collection draws together no less than 40 dubs of 'Niney' productions from the period, most drawn from the flipsides of hard-to-find 7" singles. It's packed to the rfafters with genuinely brilliant dubs and is arguably as essential as Island's classic Perry retrospective, Arkology.

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Sata (7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: DTWS 019. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Dig This Way All Stars - "Sata" (4:17)
Yakka - "Sata Dub" (4:17)
Review: A mock-vintage version of a well-known but also tragic reggae classic, 'Satta Massagana' by the Abyssinians. Legend has it that the original tune was slated for release on Studio One, but, for reasons unknown, the dubplate ended up rejected by the label's founder, Coxsone Dodd. Indeed, sometimes it's a record's repression, not its release (get it?), that lends it its staying power. To add insult to injury, this new cover version by the Dig This Way All Stars and Yakka was first produced in acetate form and ended up cracked and unplayable only weeks after its receipt. A miracle cure, in the form of a vinyl restoration service in Rome, salvaged the record: just know that you're in an extra lucky position to be hearing this one at all. A cursed record? Perhaps, but the release of 'Sata' also implies proof of the original song's point; that some higher power really did give praise.
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Faith (reissue)
Cat: KYNX 004. Rel: 10 May 24
Faith (Vox mix) (8:50)
Faith (No Vox mix) (8:34)
Review: Just over two decades after its initial release, peerless dub don Paul St. Hilaire aka Tikiman & Rene Lowe's timeless masterpiece 'Faith' sees a first-ever reissue. It arrives on Richard Akingbehin's Kynant Records, which has also put out Tikiman's first solo album in over a decade and sounds as good as it ever did. 'Faith' (Vox mix) is bottomless dub with liquid chords rippling off to infinity as the dreamy vocals drift in and out and the original version is and even more edgeless and smeared and smudged deep dub delight.
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A Little Way Different
Cat: ARKDD 002. Rel: 19 Jun 23
Errol Dunkley - "A Little Way Different" (6:36)
Positive Vibration (feat Peabels) (3:46)
Dreadful Julio - "Differentah" (4:40)
Played by: Tom Drew
 in stock $16.70
The Light Programme
Cat: EG 11LP. Rel: 27 Mar 24
Veneer (5:11)
One In 7 (5:39)
Night (5:50)
Appearance & Thing-In-Itself (3:23)
Nice Cop: Nasty Cop (1:39)
Magical Thought (9:14)
Maieusis (8:06)
15 Dohs (4:26)
Tranquiliser (5:06)
Review: For the very first time on vinyl comes Presents The Light Programme, Jah Wobble's extraordinary 1997 descent into downtempo and beat science. Released on his now-defunct 30 Hertz label, The Light Programme showcased an excellent cast of musicians, including Can drummer Jaki Liebezeit, Wire's Clive Bell, conga player Neville Murray, guitarist and synthesist Mark Ferda and the harpist Zi-lan Liao. The Light Programme is an intensely effulgent but at times vitreous record, with Wobble seemingly embracing the worldbeat vogue of the time with a keen, albeit naive fervour. When the tracks aren't so clear cut or obviously mixed, things get more interesting; 'One In 7' is the oddball of choice here.
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Black Rabbit
Cat: LVD 005. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Black Rabbit
Black Rabbit (dub)
Review: As well as navigating the realms of dub and reggae, infusing each track with his signature vintage sound and infectious grooves, Prince Fatty is well known for taking famous songs and flipping them into reggae territory, a wonderful mix of the familiar and the unepxected that usually works wonders on the dancefloor. With the fantastic 'Black Rabbit,' dub don Prince Fatty masterfully tackles Jefferson Airplane's 60s anthem 'White Rabbit', which took its inspiration from Lewis Carroll's surreal story Alice In Wonderland but hooked those references up to the drug experiences of those countercultural rtimes. The A-side is graced by with the vocals of regular Fatty collaborator Shniece, whose performance does more than simply ape Grace Slick's, adding lines and heaps of her own personality, while rich basslines, swirling echoes and soulful melodies all showcase some exceptional production skills. Naturally, there's a dub version on the B-side, and all in all this a testament to Prince Fatty's enduring influence in the contemporary reggae scene.
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Dubplate Vibing Part 1
Cat: KNT 341B. Rel: 05 Apr 24
Dubplate Vibing (11:06)
Complete With U (8:21)
Keep Tryin' Dub (3:29)
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Batman (feat Gary The Tall & Exotic Gardens Reversion)
Batman (3:27)
Batman (Gary The Tall v Exotic Gardens Reversion) (4:11)
Review: Emotional Rescue takes another trip into the twisted world of post-punk dubs, electronics and oddities here at the hands of DJ, collector and radio host Gary The Tall. The original comes from German duo and new wave innovators Die Radierer whose pop-reggae jam 'Batman' is irresistibly catchy with its low-slung beats and lazy, sun-kissed melodies. It appeared on 1983's In Hollywood and was recorded at their home studio on a Tascam 4-track cassette recorder. Gary The Tall's remix finds him teaming up with Aaron Coyles under his new alias of Exotic Gardens and the results are loopy and dubbed out to perfection.
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Body Talk
Cat: TPC 002. Rel: 30 Apr 24
Body Talk (4:35)
Body Talk (System mix) (3:29)
Review: In a landscape of musical innovation, Leisure Dub emerges as a collaborative force led by Alex Storrer and Paul Byrne. Their inaugural release, Weekend Waiting, showcases the fusion of forward-thinking r&b and dubby electronics. Featuring the vocals of Kat and guitar of Simo from the London-based collective Armanious, the A-side exudes soulful melodies and ethereal soundscapes. Contrasting this, the B-side presents a 'jeep beat remix' that delves into the realm of dub and chill, creating an introspective and atmospheric sonic experience. With the promise of future collaborations, Leisure Dub establishes itself as a project poised to explore the boundaries of contemporary electronic music.
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Juks We A Juks
Cat: ARI10 201B. Rel: 19 Jul 24
Max Romeo & Dub Revolutionaries - "Juks We A Juks" (2:59)
Max Romeo & Dub Revolutionaries - "Juks We A Juks" (dub) (2:57)
Mad Professor & Mafia & Fluxy - "Maniac From Mars (Pocomania Song)" (4:21)
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Canoe Boy
Canoe Boy (7" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: TIME 702. Rel: 08 Jul 24
Canoe Boy (4:23)
Canoe (dub) (4:15)
Review: London-based Tokyo Riddim Band is a fusion of cultures, uniting three generations of Japanese female musicians with London's eclectic soundscape. Their vibrant performances merge reggae drums, funky basslines, and City Pop guitar, all live and dubbed-out on stage, creating a cultural phenomenon in the reggae scene. Following their debut single's success, "Denshi Lenzi," Tokyo Riddim Band presents "Canoe Boy," a hypnotic Japanese new wave reggae track. Originally penned by Japanese punk rock pioneer PANTA in 1980 for Tomoko Kuwae's album, this gem makes its single debut now. Dubby and funky, Tokyo Riddim Band's rendition, enhanced by Prince Fatty's dubwise touch, features siren machines, extended solos, and a groovy outro.
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Rids The World Of The Evil Curse Of The Vampires
Cat: MIR 100739. Rel: 14 Feb 15
The Voodoo Curse
Dance Of The Vampires
Blood On His Lips
Cry Of The Warewolf
The Mummy's Shroud
The Corpse Rises
Night Of The Living Dead
Your Teeth In My Neck
Plague Of Zombies
Ghost Of Frankenstein
 in stock $21.53
More Dub Essentials Part 2
Cat: DTR 018. Rel: 08 Mar 22
Man Needed (6:22)
Together (4:45)
Allnighter (6:49)
Bonus Drums & Bass (3:02)
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Autostrada Del Brennero
Cat: 4BITP 012. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Autostrada Del Brennero (feat Diggory Kenrick) (4:32)
Brennerautobahn (feat Taka Noda) (4:33)
 in stock $10.76
Asteria (180 gram vinyl LP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: UKM 120. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Mystic Journeyman
Enter The Void
 in stock $27.46
Wadada (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: LUV 1. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Marijah - "Wadada" (3:26)
Rudy Roots - "LOVE" (3:48)
Unlisted Fanatic - "Wadada In Dub" (3:26)
Unlisted Fanatic - "Where Is The Dub" (3:27)
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Cat: DSRFR 704. Rel: 28 Mar 24
Willie Lindo - "Midnight" (3:59)
C H A R M - "Midnight" (version) (4:11)
Review: Federal and Dubstore Japan reissue highly sought after gem, Willie Lindo's cover of Love Unlimited Orchestra's 'Midnight And You'. 'Midnight' is a louche, smooth-as-sin nocturne punctuated by hammond wobbles, whispered nothings and surely one of the most in-the-pocket basslines in reggae history and the legendary Lloyd Charmers gives it a sparse, small hours dubbing on the B-side, removing all fat and showcasing the unparalleled rhythm section. Absolutely essential stuff.
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 in stock $21.00
Dub Massacre: Inna Murder Style
Cat: NGLP 741. Rel: 17 Nov 12
Jahovia In Dub Magesty
Dub Assassinator (Inna Murder Style)
Magnetic Enforcer
Nations Liquidator
Escape From Hell
Dub Examiner
Kingom Dub
Give Rasta Dub
One World Wide Dub
War Zone
 in stock $20.73
Studio One Dub
Cat: SJRLP 089. Rel: 21 Jun 07
Bionic Dub
Take A Ride (version)
Sky Rhythm
Taurus (dub 2)
Dub Rock
Rastaman (version)
Jah Jah (version)
Creator (version)
Running (dub)
Hi Fashion (dub)
Pretty (version)
Race Track (version)
In Cold Blood (version)
Chase Them (version)
Feel This Dub
 in stock $26.66
Mysteries Of The East
Cat: ERC 029. Rel: 13 Mar 23
Mysteries Of The East (5:38)
Mysteries Of The East ('88 Mecca mix) (5:17)
Review: Emotional Rescue has had this reissue in the works for a while, but it was delayed by the sad passing of Steve Coe after the rerelease of The Ganges Orchestra's The Dream. Finally, though, the right time has come for this one to be bacon the racks and it is a much-loved reminder of Coe's wizardry in the studio. It comes with plenty of Eastern flavours to bring something new to the dance floor, not least thanks to tabla disciple turned teacher, Jhalib (Millar), who helped Coe on this one back in 1982. The likes of Danielle Baldelli and chug dons like Andrew Weatherall long favoured it, and if it's good enough for them...

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 in stock $16.42
Twice (LP)
Cat: MRBLP 112. Rel: 08 May 14
Ari Up
Tiger Balm
Looking For Real Love
Win Or Loose
 in stock $13.99
The Sweetest Meditation (remixes)
Cat: SNDW 12027. Rel: 28 Sep 17
The Sweetest Meditation (feat Mara TK - club mix) (6:32)
The Sweetest Meditation (feat Mara TK) (5:55)
The Sweetest Meditation (feat Mara TK - Julien Dyne remix) (6:28)
The Sweetest Dub (6:16)
Review: Soundway Records' marketing team recently described Lord Echo's hook-up with Mara TK, "Sweetest Meditation", as a "high-rolling summertime opus". It's certainly rather good and well worthy of a dedicated 12" single release. The wonderful, jazz-flecked, vibraphone-heavy, dub-disco style original version is featured alongside a brand new Black Ark style instrumental dub (appropriately titled "The Sweetest Dub") which is almost worth the entrance money on its own. There are two fresh remixes, too, from old pal Julien Dyrne and the Lord himself. His "Club Mix", completed on a recent European tour, pushes it further towards leisurely vocal deep house territory whilst retaining many of the elements that made the original version such a sun-kissed summer treat.
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The Return Of Pipecock Jackxon
Cat: HJRLP 109. Rel: 09 Nov 11
Bed Jammin
Untitled Rhythm
Give Thanx To Yah
Easy Knocking
Who Killed The Chicken
Babylon Cookie Jar A Crumble
Same Have Fe Halla
 in stock $19.11
Back Together Again
Back Together Again (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: BNG 003. Rel: 23 Jul 21
Back Together Again (feat Rachel Wallace - Rachel Wallace remix) (4:22)
Back Dubbing Again (4:24)
Review: Bump 'n Grind Wax's latest limited edition is another juicy drop for those red hot summer days. It's a fine 7" from Mr Reggae Roast himself aka Adam Prescott who has been rolling out the tunes on Backative, Moonshine and 4Weed for a couple of years now. Rachel Wallace provides the super sweet and soulful vocal (as well as remixing) on this one which rolls like a laidback Tam Tam Club beat with sunny pads and tropical dub beats. On the flip is a dub that is beefed up with extra effects and heady twisting synth work.
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Played by: Lexx, Osmose
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Get It Right: Afro Dub Funk & Punk Of Recreational Records '81-‘82
Cat: ERC 116. Rel: 05 Sep 22
Scream + Dance - "In Rhythm" (12" mix)
Talisman - "Wicked Dem" (12" mix)
Animal Magic - "Get It Right"
X-Certs - "Untogether"
Electric Guitairs - "Don't Wake The Baby"
Talisman - "Run Come Girl" (12" mix)
Scream + Dance - "Giacometti" (Wicked mix)
Ivory Coasters - "Mungaka Makossa"
Animal Magic - "Trash The Blad"
Scream + Dance - "In Pink & Black"
Review: The Emotional Rescue label has done a superb job of shining a light on the British post punk scene over the last decade or so. It now does so once more in fantastic fashion with a compilation of tunes from Bristol's short lived but much loved Recreational Records. The 10 tunes have been remastered and recut and they all sound as good now as ever. Highlights include X-Certs - 'Untogether' and Electric Guitar's 'Don't Wake The Baby' which sum up the collection perfect with their jangling dub rhythms, heavily treated vocals and oodles of delay all twisting your melon. This releases was included in Bandcamp's Essential Releases 2022.

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 in stock $26.92
Orange (reissue)
Orange (reissue) (limited 180 gram vinyl LP + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: PCJA 00090. Rel: 22 Nov 21
Intro (0:19)
Kibun (4:25)
Wasurechau Hitotoki (5:39)
My Life (3:51)
Melody (5:39)
Kaeri Michi (3:14)
Kansha (Odoroki) (5:35)
Woofer Girl (5:04)
Yoru No Omoi (5:40)
 in stock $40.65
Relafica Negra En Tiempo De Siembra
Un Dos Tres Y Fuera Vs Gaudi & Don Letts - "Relafica Negra En Tiempo De Siembra" (Gaudi & Don Letts aka The Rebel Dread) (3:49)
Cumbia Moderna De Soledad - "Busca Perro" (Greg Foat & James Thorpe remix) (3:52)
Review: Cultural icon Don Letts joins forces here with the masterful musician Greg Foat and producer James Thorpe to make a new entry into the Relatin project series. It is one where artists engaged with Latin musical roots from another era and update them for the here and now. Here they bring plenty of heavy dub vibes and great special awareness to a tune by Venezuelans Un Dos Tres. Greg Foat & James Thorpe also step up with a remix that is just as heavy and summery.
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Tags: Latin | Latin Jazz | Dub Reggae
 in stock $11.84
Lazer Quest EP
Cat: NUP 086. Rel: 03 Nov 22
Lazer Quest (4:39)
Nobody Cares Ft. Jakey Banton (3:43)
Acid Wash (5:04)
 in stock $8.84
Sally's Song
Sally's Song (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT7 081. Rel: 08 Dec 22
Sally's Song (3:58)
It Had Better Be Tonight (3:41)
Review: A shining example of soundtrack reggae, 'Sally's Song' was first incarnated in an unlikely spectacle: Tim Burton's A Nightmare Before Christmas. Originally composed by the film's scorer Danny Elfman, reggae reinterpreters Aanant Pradhan and Larry McDonald (of Skatalites fame) here lay down a dour dub cover version. Wistful, moody and clean. The B-side, meanwhile, shows off the pair's knowledge of film music even further - Henry Mancini's 'It Had Better Be Tonight' from the 1963 version of The Pink Panther makes similar waves as a kettle-drum heavy dub version.
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 in stock $18.84
ECHOLTD 006 (180 gram silver vinyl LP + stickers)
Cat: ECHOLTD 006. Rel: 19 Jan 23
Pyke (4:10)
Defiled (4:23)
#H1317 (5:25)
Unknown Regions (4:37)
Chord Marauder (5:20)
The Outer Rim (5:11)
Review: SND & RTN show their class here with a set of six sublime dub techno cuts that have been pressed to nice solver and heavyweight vinyl. There is nothing groundbreaking about the music here but what is done is done to an exceptionally high standard. The sound designs are faultless, from the bottomless bass to the pilot kick drums via the way in which their fizzing chords do nimble dances over the face of each tune. Some lean into the wind, some are utterly horizontal, all are great.
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One Dance
One Dance (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBR 096. Rel: 15 Dec 22
Jah Shine (4:35)
Hush (3:25)
Morality (3:11)
One Dance (4:26)
The Music (3:19)
Young Dread (4:04)
California (4:17)
Giddeon (3:55)
Balance (4:59)
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 in stock $17.68
I Remember Mama (feat NAD remix)
Cat: ERC 118. Rel: 20 Sep 22
I Remember Mama (5:16)
Sound Design (5:30)
I Remember Mama (NAD Discomix) (11:00)
Review: "Emotional Rescue presents the first ever reissue of Sugar Minott's rare 12" of I Remember Mama. Recorded in Soho in mid-80s London, the Boogie meets Reggae song comes in vocal and instrumental mixes, as well as a wonderfully teasing long Discomix by NAD aka Dan Tyler (Idjut Boys).

Having grown up and become a star out of Kingston, JA, with over 50 albums and hundreds of singles for the likes of Studio One and Black Roots labels, the legendary vocalist was a pioneer of the Dancehall and then later Lovers Rock sounds.

Based in London for much of the 1980s, a chance meeting in the Wackies offices he met producer Steve Parr, who had recently opened the Sound Design Studio next door.

Hatching the idea to create a label to showcase their capabilities, Parr played all the instruments except the distinctive sax by friend Andy MacDonald, while Minott's delivery is at his prime, storytelling in the Jamaica tradition of hardship and praise.

Released on 7" and 12", they have striking differences. The "Sound Design" instrumental / version sees the studio team craft a disco meets reggae in a cod-style to wonderful, almost Balearic effect.

The collaboration with Dan Tyler continues, as he again works his desk dubbing magic. Extending and editing between the two mixes, teasing the instrumental before finally bringing the sax and vocals together for a 'discodub' finale. "

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Impeach The President
Impeach The President (blue vinyl 7")
Cat: WCR 015. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Impeach The President (3:42)
Impeach The President (dub version) (5:00)
Review: Given the anger in the United States surrounding the antics of President Trump, it was almost inevitable that we'd see a cover version of Roy C Hammond and the Honey Drippers' Nixon-era funk bomb "Impeach The President" at some point. It's a great cover, too, with Fysah Thomas providing a sassy, venomous lead vocal over a fine, horns-and-drumbreaks-heavy funk backing track courtesy of backing band The Get Down Underground. On the flip they completely re-build the track, re-casting it as an authentic dub reggae workout complete with delay-laden vocal and horn snippets and an all new rhythm track. It's rather brilliant all told and arguably even better than the A-side version.
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Reggae Dub: Classics From The Sound System Generation
Cat: 337506 6. Rel: 21 Aug 20
King Tubby - "Country Gal Dub" (3:22)
The Wailers - "Soul Rebel Dub" (2:33)
Wayne Smith - "Under Mi Sleng Ten" (3:17)
The Upsetters - "Curly Dub" (3:33)
Augustus Pablo - "Cassava Piece" (2:27)
Horace Andy - "Skylarking Dub" (feat Sly & Robbie) (4:17)
The Abyssinians - "Satta Amassa Gana Dub" (3:18)
Augustus Pablo - "King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown" (2:28)
Lee Perry & The Upsetters - "Bird In Hand" (3:18)
Eak-A-Mouse - "Wa-Do-Dem" (3:50)
U-Roy Feat - "Crashie Sweep" (feat The Mighty Diamonds, Sly & Robbie, The Revolutionaries) (2:56)
Wailing Souls - "FireHouse Rock" (4:10)
Jacob Miller - "Baby I Love You So" (2:27)
Linval Thompson - "Starlight" (4:04)
 in stock $15.07
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