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SYSTM 032
SYSTM 032 (12")
Cat: SYSTM 032. Rel: 08 Jul 20
  1. Music Mission (feat Galas) (4:48)
  2. World Struggle (Ambient dub) (3:06)
  3. World Struggle (feat Danny Coxson) (4:44)
Review: Italy's Babe Roots crew show off their silky dub techno credentials here with a couple of immersive new singles. "Music Mission" (feat Galas) is a bottomless cut with warped bass rumbles and endless echo overlaid by a classic reggae vocal from Galas. "World Struggle" (Ambient dub) casts you free from the dance floor with its floating chords full of grainy greyness and cloudy tension. The EP highlight might be "World Struggle" (feat Danny Coxson), a heavyweight, slow motion dub with earth shattering kicks and a deeply buried low end oscillation that's detailed with thunder claps and a soulful Danny Coxson musing on struggle up top.
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 in stock $12.36
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Raise The Ark
Cat: ASLP 01314. Rel: 10 Jun 20
  1. Dear Friend (feat Pupa Jim) (3:53)
  2. Break All The Walls & Build Bridges (feat Tenor Youthman) (4:12)
  3. The Living Word (4:27)
  4. Fever (feat Eva Keyes) (3:23)
  5. My People (feat Block Mameli) (3:16)
  6. Even Clouds Stop To Look (feat Sista Awa) (3:10)
  7. Omo Kibish (feat Nai-Jah) (3:41)
  8. Whip Lash Crack (feat Sista Awa) (4:25)
  9. Black Rain (feat Ras Tinny & Nai-Jah) (3:47)
  10. Show Me The Way (feat Cian Finn) (2:47)
  11. Dear Dub (3:57)
  12. Break All The Walls And Build Dubs (3:59)
  13. The Living Dub (3:46)
  14. Dub Fever (3:24)
  15. My Dub (3:32)
  16. Even Clouds Stop To Dub (3:20)
  17. Omo Dub (3:49)
  18. Whip Lash Dub (3:38)
  19. Black Rain Dub (3:37)
  20. When We Were Free (feat Sista Awa) (5:27)
Review: As the Steppa Records label celebrates turning 10, they do so in the best way possible by unleashing this new album from Alpha Steppa. A record of vocal dub lushness, it has a starkly avant-hard sound that explores everything from bass music to trap, hip hop to trad forms, and carries, as always, crucial messages that we all need to hear. Climate crisis, socio-political issues, roots, culture and spirituality all come up and the grooves keep on rolling, inking you ever further into a vital and visceral world of thoughtful dub.
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 in stock $21.03
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For The Love Of Money
For The Love Of Money (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MRB 7133. Rel: 31 Jan 18
  1. For The Love Of Money (4:05)
  2. 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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 in stock $9.45
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Orbit Dub
Orbit Dub (limited 7" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: ZAMZAM 76. Rel: 13 Feb 20
  1. Orbit Dub (4:11)
  2. Theory Dub (4:14)
Review: Since launching in 2014, Portland's ZamZam Sounds imprint has offered up a string of beautifully packaged seven-inch singles from a mixture of big hitters and rising stars from the global bass music scene. Their latest missive comes from Dayzero, a Japanese dubstep producer best known for his outings on Wheel & Deal, Sentry and, most recently, Vomitspit. The two tracks here are weighty, intergalactic and otherworldly, mixing dub style rhythms with the kind of angular, razor-sharp sub-bass motifs more often associated with dancefloor dubstep. Both cuts are quality, though it's rolling A-side "Orbit Dub" - all lolloping dub beats, wobble bass, metallic effects and paranoid aural textures - that really stands out.
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Played by: Toby Tobias
 in stock $7.62
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Run Come Rally
Cat: PSS 154. Rel: 18 Jun 20
  1. Run Come Rally (3:17)
  2. Rally Dub (3:18)
Review: Vivian Jackson's work is being reissued a few times this month. Pressure Sounds opt for his "Run Come Rally" from 1992. It is a stone cold classic of the early roots ear and on the flip is a nicely twisted dub version that retains the vocal but does plenty of trippy things to it with endless amounts of echo and reverb. Recorded by Lee Perry at Black Ark Studios in 1974, this is the sort of haunting tune that is also hugely stirring and has atmosphere to spare. Comes in a hand stamped bag.
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 in stock $9.20
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For Those Who Understand
Cat: PRTLLP 004. Rel: 01 Jun 20
  1. Prowling Lion (extended mix) (8:58)
  2. Chetswayo (3:36)
  3. Kali (4:17)
  4. Abyssinia (4:17)
  5. Upliftment (4:57)
  6. DP Speacial (4:30)
  7. Guidance Style (6:29)
  8. Humble Lion (Ital Vibes) (4:21)
Review: For Those Who Understand is a collection of raw dubs as played on the Boom Shacka Lacka Sound System between 1991 and 1995. Eight of the best have been collated for this hard hitting long player which is often spoken about as something of a classic of the genre. Each of the tracks has been twisted, tweaked and laden with plenty of effects so that synths squeal and you can really feel the bass in your chest. Some rumble on like a weighty elephant, others strike you over the head like a hammer, but the impact either way is inedible.
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 in stock $19.98
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Victory
Victory (12")
Cat: DUBK 023. Rel: 16 Jan 14
  1. Victory (feat (Horns) aka Galgo & Digitstep)
  2. Verse II
  3. Verse III
  4. Verse IV (Raw Piece)
Review: Dubkasm's digi-dub roots dig deep into the early 90s. Boosted into the future by fellow Bristolians Pinch, Appleblim and Headhunter, here we find them declaring "Victory" with this instantly show-stopping horn-heavy skanker. Laced with space and complete with myriad versions, a fine balance of meditative bass and mind-blowing sonic creativity is at play throughout. Those with a penchant for the abyss-levels of dub science should jump straight on "Verse IV". Hear that stretched horn sound and you'll soon understand why it's been sub-titled "Raw Piece". Victory is yours!
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Dub Come Strong
Dub Come Strong (limited hand-stamped vinyl 12")
Cat: BCSM 004. Rel: 24 Jun 20
  1. Like A Fish (4:04)
  2. Dub Under Pressure (5:23)
  3. Selfmade Underground (4:11)
  4. Dub Like Water (Senor C) (3:48)
Review: Basscomesaveme's first serving of 2020 is an essential one from Leipzig based dub enforcer and Plug Dub Soundsystem founder Toni Wobble. He also runs the Sunplugged Soundsystem, which runs off solar power, and is a master reggae producer who holes up in the Kngagge Studio. This cut shows off four serious tracks that exhibit masterful dubbing techniques next to deep atmospherics and tripped out grooves. They are all thoroughly contemporary but pay subtle homage to the great masters and that's what makes them so essential. The finest example of this might just be "Dub Under Pressure", which is perfect to lose your mind in.
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No Protection (reissue)
No Protection (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: 570096 3. Rel: 02 Dec 16
  1. Protection (Radiation Ruling The Nation) (8:31)
  2. Karmacoma (Bumper Ball dub) (5:58)
  3. Three (Trinity dub) (4:20)
  4. Weather Storm (Cool Monsoon) (7:10)
  5. Sly (Eternal Feedback) (6:19)
  6. Better Things (Moving dub) (5:52)
  7. Spying Glass (I Spy) (5:16)
  8. 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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Unison/Einklang
Unison/Einklang (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: SSV 14. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Beginning Of The End (10:02)
  2. The Vault (7:32)
  3. Passage Of Silence (10:46)
  4. Substrate (6:13)
  5. Motion Of Stillness (12:31)
  6. Current (4:47)
  7. Prism (10:29)
  8. End Of The Beginning (6:42)
Review: Silent Season have carried the music of Submersion and Mon0 independently before, but now the dub techno producers have teamed up to take their sound onto new plains of exploration. The sound palette is consistent with both their music and that of the label, but the familiar dancefloor tropes have been jettisoned in favour of a more meditative end result, leading in with the achingly beautiful tundra excursion of "Beginning Of The End". From there the album drifts with glacial motion through a range of finely crafted soundscapes, wielding a world of rumbling, harmonious noise in the middle distance without ever losing that seductive dub techno ambience.
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 in stock $14.72
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Yesterday Was History
  1. Yesterday Was History (3:45)
  2. Yesterday Was History (TCOC Yesterdub mix) (3:44)
Review: Spanish label Rocafort started 2019 by releasing their first dub reggae "45", so it's fitting that they are ending the year with a sequel from the same act, The Circle of Confusion. Like its' predecessor, "Yesterday Was History" features lead vocals from Studio 1 singer Cornell Campbell. His soulful intonation works wonderfully above the band's hazy, heavy and ear-pleasing digi-dub backing track. Arguably even better is the band's own flipside "Dub" mix, which is as weighty, spaced out and intoxicating as the largely digital dubs pioneered by British scene stalwart Mad Professor. It's worth buying the seven-inch just to get your hands on it.
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Played by: Voodoocuts
 in stock $8.94
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Songs Of Praise (Expanded Edition) (reissue)
Songs Of Praise (Expanded Edition) (reissue) (2xLP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: ONULP 50. Rel: 06 Mar 20
  1. Free Chant (Churchical Chant Of The Iyabinghi) (3:33)
  2. Orderliness, Godliness, Discipline & Dignity (3:21)
  3. Hymn (5:47)
  4. Dervish Chant (7:43)
  5. Hold Some More (6:22)
  6. Healing Father (4:43)
  7. Healing Ceremony (3:52)
  8. Cattle Herders Chant (4:21)
  9. Ethiopian Praises (1:25)
  10. My God (4:12)
  11. Gospel Train (3:04)
  12. Chant For The Spirits (4:09)
  13. God Is Great (4:27)
  14. Deer Spirit Song (2:22)
  15. Full Charge (6:12)
  16. Fullness (5:30)
  17. Special Mix (3:07)
Review: By the time they recorded "Songs of Praise" in 1990, African Head Charge had gone from being an Adrian Sherwood solo project to a fully-fledged band helmed by percussionist Bonjo Ivabinghi Noah. Here reissued to mark the album's 20th birthday, the set remains arguably the group's greatest single work. While rooted in the twin attractions of heavy dub and dense African percussion, the album makes extensive use of a dizzying array of influences, from gospel, steppers reggae and yacht rock, to traditional Arabic music, blues, disco, religious chants and even industrial music. This edition features a handful of decent bonus tracks, but they're unnecessary: the original album is little less than a masterpiece and should reside in every discerning listener's record collection.
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 in stock $22.36
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Trojan Presents Dub: 40 Deep & Heavy Hits
VARIOUS
Cat: TJDCD 513. Rel: 26 Mar 15
  1. The Crystalites - "Concentration" (version 3)
  2. The Techniques All Stars - "Stalag 17"
  3. Keith Hudson & King Tubbys - "I'm Alright" (version)
  4. Skin Flesh & Bones - "Butter Fe Fish"
  5. The Observers - "One Trainload Of Dub"
  6. The Upsetters - "V/S Panta Rock"
  7. Rupie Edwards All Stars - "Buck Shot" (dub)
  8. The Groovemaster - "Tangle Locks"
  9. Leslie Butler - "Ashanti Ganja" (dub)
  10. The Hardy Boys - "Black Out"
  11. King Tubbys & The Aggrovators - "A Noisy Place"
  12. Carl Malcolm/Skin Flesh & Bones - "Jestering" (part 2)
  13. Augustus Pablo - "King Tubby meets The Rockers Uptown"
  14. Joe White - "Seven Heaven Rock"
  15. The Observers & King Tubbys - "Rebel Dance"
  16. Johnny Clarke/King Tubby & The Aggrovators - "A Ruffer" (version)
  17. The Upsetters - "Callying Butt"
  18. Thunderball - "White Bird Come Down" (version)
  19. The Eccles All Stars - "Uptown Shuffle" (dub)
  20. Joe Gibbs & The Professionals - "Rockers" (dub)
  21. The Upsetters - "Sipple" (dub)
  22. The Silvertones - "African" (dub)
  23. Leroy Smart & The Aggrovators - "Channel One Feel It"
  24. The Mighty Two - "Chapter 3"
  25. The Upsetters - "Keep On Moving" (dub)
  26. Linval Thompson & The Revolutionaires - "Jamaican Colley"
  27. Irael Vibration - "The Same" (dub)
  28. Gregory Isaacs' All Stars - "Leggo Beast"
  29. The Revolutionaires - "Headache"
  30. Bim Sherman & The Roots Radics - "Ball Of Fire"
  31. Prince Jammy & The Aggrovators - "Out Of Order" (dub)
  32. The Mighty Two - "Hully Gully Rock"
  33. Barrington Levy & The Roots Radics - "Shine Eye" (dub)
  34. Prince Jammy - "Fist Of Fury"
  35. The Revolutionaires - "Thompson Sound Inc"
  36. Scientist & The Roots Radics - "Time Is Cold"
  37. Morwell Unlimited - "Blackboard Jungle"
  38. Prince Jammy - "Jammin For Survival"
  39. Prince Far I & The Arabs - "Foundation Stepper"
  40. Burning Spear & The Taxi Gang - "Pit Of Snakes"
Review: Sanctuary's Trojan Records theme compilations, focusing on some aspect of the legendary reggae imprint's vast discography, have always offered great introductions to various sub-genres and historical movements. This latest volume is no exception. Over the course of two CDs, it delivers a perfect introduction to the "roots" sound via stone cold classics from Johnny Clarke, Junior Byles ("Curly Locks", based on the "Police & Thieves" riddim), Burning Spear, The Congas, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Junior Murvin (the superb "Roots Train Number One"), Max Romeo (the peerless "Chase The Devil") and Lee 'Scratch' Perry ("Dreadlocks in Moonlight"). Serious reggae heads will no doubt already own much of the material, but for newcomers this should be an essential purchase.
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 in stock $7.11
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In Dub: Thunder Mountain (reissue)
Cat: PRTLLP 005. Rel: 08 Jul 20
  1. Thunder Mountain (4:19)
  2. Bible Dub 2 (4:01)
  3. Bad Boy Dub (3:35)
  4. Health Strength & Dub (4:38)
  5. Melodica Dub (3:57)
  6. Jah Know Dub (4:05)
  7. Falken Dub (3:31)
  8. Strings From Zion (4:45)
  9. Praying Mantis (5:57)
  10. Centry's Revenge (4:09)
Review: Centry's essential In Dub set gets a welcome reissue from Partial Records. It first came out in 1993 with all 10 cuts making a devastating impact with varied roots sounds and heavy dubs keeping you locked. Band members Nigel Lake, Chris Petter and Dougie Wardrop also layered in plenty of horns and guest vocal drops by the likes of Danny Red, King General, and Barry Issac, and the whole record is dubbed out and phased to infinity and beyond. Limited to just 500 copies, this timeless document of dub is sure to move fast, so don't sleep.
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 in stock $18.40
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Lion Step 2020
Cat: ISS 073. Rel: 02 Jun 20
  1. Lion Step 2020 (3:52)
  2. Lion Stride Dub (3:52)
  3. Lioness Step (3:49)
  4. Lioness Stride (3:50)
Review: Kibir La Amlak is coming on strong in June with not one but two new offerings on regular home Indicia Dubs. "Lion Step" is another fresh and forward looking four track 10" with a thoroughly futurist twist on the tried and tested dub template. The shimmering leads glisten like buildings in some high rise metropolis, while the snaking leads and stoner effects all add to the escapism. The titular track leads proceedings in slick fashion, while "Lioness Step" slows down to a more meditative pace, with swagger bass for company.
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 in stock $7.36
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Raw Dub Creator
Cat: BKV 028. Rel: 09 Jan 20
  1. Redemption (3:23)
  2. Powerful (feat Earthquake) (3:54)
  3. Glorious Dub (4:01)
  4. Righteous Vibration (4:05)
  5. African Science (mix 2) (3:33)
  6. Earthman (3:47)
  7. Foundation (mix 2) (3:41)
  8. Lord Of Hosts (feat Earthquake) (3:48)
  9. Iron Shirt (3:07)
  10. Guidance (feat Yahweh Warriors) (3:56)
  11. Yahweh The Redeemer (3:15)
Review: The unstoppable Bokeh Versions welcome the new year with some forward looking digi-dub gold. This one comes from Nottingham based sound sculptor TNT, who has never put out a vinyl record until now. An artist who has been pursuing a solo career since his Earthquake collective went south in 2002, he has stayed relatively low key while putting out various dub plates. The best of them from 2006 to 2018 are now collected here with production by Aba Shanti making each one pop. This album tells the story of a fine chapter in UK dub history, so don't miss out.
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Played by: Toby Tobias
 in stock $16.57
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SYSTM 030
SYSTM 030 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SYSTM 030. Rel: 01 Apr 20
  1. Temple Song (5:57)
  2. Breakthrough (3:53)
  3. Biosphere (4:32)
Review: Versa on System; it's a match made in dub heaven. Slower than the usual club-ready output V.I.V.E.K's label has often been known for, these are perfect home listening for the current lockdown era as Versa goes in deep; "Temple Song" is all about the subtle loopy insistencies while "Breakthrough" sinks us even deeper into our chair with its minimal ingredients providing maximum immersion. Finally "Biosphere" ushers in the kicks for a warm and rolling dub techno escapade. Stunning.
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 in stock $12.36
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Roadblock!
Roadblock! (12")
Cat: WHODEM 036. Rel: 29 Apr 20
  1. Roadblock! (3:40)
  2. Road Dub (part 1) (3:37)
  3. Road Dub (part 2) (3:25)
Review: J Robinson's productions on his own WhoDemSound label are always worth checking, and his latest missive - a hook-up with storied singer El Indio - is no exception. Indio is in fine form on "Roadblock", adding seriously soulful vocals to a Robinson digi-dub riddum (think crispy machine drums, booming bass and jaunty keyboard stabs). As usual, Robinson provides two top-notch flipside versions, "Road Dub" parts one and two. The first of the pair is deliciously rhythm-focused, with various tape delay-laden vocal snippets and piano stabs flitting in and out of the sound space. If anything, the second part is even more spaced out, with lengthy delay trails flitting back and forth across the stereo field. It's our pick of the bunch, though all three tracks are strong.
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Shadrach Meshach & Abednego
Cat: A&O 2021. Rel: 10 Jun 20
  1. Steppin In The Fyah (feat Joseph Lalibela) (3:22)
  2. Jah Is Here (feat Danny Red) (4:07)
  3. Real Eyes Realize (feat Wellette Seyon) (3:57)
  4. Hail HIM (feat Ras Tinny) (3:39)
  5. Maisha (feat Nai-Jah) (3:23)
  6. Shadrach Fire (3:24)
  7. Dub Is Here (4:05)
  8. Dub Realization (3:48)
  9. Hail Dub (3:40)
  10. Maisha Dub (3:16)
Review: Alpha and Omega are UK dub pioneers who played a key role in developing the sound on these shores. They worked together in the 1980s and were hugely prolific, putting out more than 30 albums in all. Shadrach, Meshach And Abednego is their latest cult offering and shows a fine return to their best. Full of mystical leads and shimmering chords, icy cold drums and haunting pads, it is underpinned by rock solid bass with some of the greatest conscious reggae vocalists of our time; Danny Red, Joseph Lalibela, Wellette Seyon, Ras Tinny and Nai-Jah all on board.
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King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown
Cat: ORLP 18. Rel: 07 Jan 20
  1. Keep On Dubbing (3:05)
  2. Stop Them Jah (2:47)
  3. Young Generation Dub (2:29)
  4. Each One Dub (2:55)
  5. 555 Dub Street (2:43)
  6. Braces Tower Dub (2:55)
  7. King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown (2:33)
  8. Corner Crew Dub (2:57)
  9. Say So (3:08)
  10. Skanking Dub (2:39)
  11. Frozen Dub (2:51)
  12. 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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High Life
High Life (7")
Cat: IIM 028. Rel: 14 Jan 20
  1. High Life (feat Kazam Davis & Exile Di Brave) (3:46)
  2. Dub Life (3:29)
Review: Irie Ites Music always come correct when you need some heavyweight sounds to feed through your sound system. This latest one sees Dubmatix lay down a stepper's riddim with a deep bassline that rumbles on for days. Kazam Davis and Exile Di Brave both feature to drop some raggedy arsed chants on "High Life", then things get more colourful and psyched-out on the flip thanks to a knob-twiddling and vital dub mix from Dubmatix. Bass doesn't come much heavier than this one, so snap it up and get it dropped.
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 in stock $7.62
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Understand What Black Is (Mala/Dego & Kaidi remixes)
Cat: STUDR 041. Rel: 14 Jun 18
  1. Understand What Black Is (Mala remix) (4:39)
  2. Understand What Black Is (Mala instrumental mix) (4:38)
  3. Understand What Black Is (Dego & Kaidi remix) (3:56)
  4. Understand What Black Is (Dego & Kaidi instrumental mix) (3:58)
Review: Anyone with even the most rudimentary knowledge of hip-hop history will tell you that the roots of rapping can be traced back to the early '70s spoken word albums of The Last Poets. It's because of this that the collective's recent album, Understand What Black Is (their first for nearly two decades), was such a big deal. Here the title track is given the remix treatment. Mala handles the A-side, delivering vocal and instrumental passes that re-cast the track as a skanking, dub-wise excursion full of ricocheting electric piano notes and suitably heavy bass. 2000 Black main men Dego and Kaidi Tatham take a more up-tempo approach on the flip, wrapping the Poets conscious vocals and instrumentation around their own fizzing broken beat rhythms, jazz-funk chords and darting electronics.
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 in stock $9.73
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The Johnny
The Johnny (limited 12")
Cat: SOJUS 001. Rel: 25 Jun 20
  1. Johnny (2:51)
  2. Zuckerfee (1:54)
  3. MsidS (3:40)
  4. Return Of A Spacecowboy (2:43)
  5. Sojus 31 (3:26)
  6. Johnny (reprise) (0:47)
Review: The Monotrones are Hans Kirschner and Stephan Rendke, and dub doesn't come much more spaced out and eerie than this under the radar gem. It's a loveable oddity on the Sojus label powered by a distinctive Monotron and first landed in 2018, quite possibly from another dimension. "Zuckerfee" has a tongue in cheek ballet sample that shows the pair have a sense of humour, while "MsidS" is a heavy weight stepper. "Return Of A Spacecowboy" traps you in suspense and echo and "Sojus 31" is a fairground ride in the stars.
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Massive Attack vs Mad Professor Part II (Mezzanine Remix Tapes '98)
UMC
Cat: 081378 5. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Metal Banshee (Mad Professor mix 1) (5:51)
  2. Angel (Angel Dust) (6:03)
  3. Teardrop (Mazaruni dub 1) (6:06)
  4. Inertia Creeps (Floating On dubwise) (6:03)
  5. Risingson (Setting Sun dub 2) (4:54)
  6. Exchange (Mountain Steppers dub) (5:45)
  7. Wire (Leaping dub) (5:16)
  8. Group Four (Security Forces dub) (8:07)
Review: Way back in 1998 when Massive Attack's career-defining "Mezzanine" was first released, legendary dub technician Mad Professor cooked up some radical reworking. They now get their first official release alongside dubs of two tracks that never actually made it onto the album - Metal Banshee: a dub version of "Superpredators" which was a cover of Siouxsie and the Banshees' "Metal Postcard", and "Wire", which was actually recorded for the film "Welcome to Sarajevo". Wild effects, plenty of knob twiddling and oodles of reverb define this freaky late night collection and mark another essential release in the catalogue of the already legendary Mad Professor.
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 in stock $16.83
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Time Million (Blood Shanti Versions)
Cat: RBFEATERDUB 1. Rel: 22 May 19
  1. Time Million (Blood Shanti main mix) (4:33)
  2. Time Million (Blood Shanti dub #1) (4:34)
  3. Time Million (Blood Shanti dub #2) (4:31)
  4. Time Million (Blood Shanti dub #3) (4:34)
Review: Running Back Incantations was created as a series of non-dancefloor releases and its fifth edition came from Austrian producer Daniel Meuzard aka Feater earlier this year. The "Socialo Bianco" LP utilised the EMS Synthi AKS, which he painstakingly recorded entirely by hand and straight on to tape. The track lifted from the LP entitled "Time Million" has already received remixes by legends such as Ricardo Villalobos and Pepe Bradock on the first volume of reworks, followed by current scene heroes Pangaea and Krystal Klear on the second. On this third volume, Jamaican dub/reggae drummer with a Jah given gift for music, Blood Shanti takes over the whole release and serves up four perspectives. Feel the pure elation of the "Main Mix", followed by three jamdown versions: "Dub #2" works those delays and echoes to full effect in true old school style, while "Dub #3" veers into similar sonic territory as legendary dub producer Adrian Sherwood.
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I Have Been Waiting For You (DJ Duckcomb mix)
Cat: ERC 082. Rel: 15 Jul 19
  1. I Have Been Waiting For You (vocal) (3:46)
  2. I Have Been Waiting For You (version) (3:37)
  3. I Have Been Waiting For You (DJ Duckcomb Digimix) (7:19)
Review: Emotional Rescue serve up a balmy curveball cut perfect for the summer months. Glen Ricks "I've Been Waiting For You" was originally released back in 1983 on the highly collectible Seraff label and recently reissued by the label (ERC081). Here, as an accompanying release to that boogie version is a 1990 digital rework for the Xterminator label. With a distinctive swung riddim and smoothly incorporated dubbed out chords, Ricks' vocal channels the most soulful Jamaican deliveries, sealing the deal on this evergreen jam that sounds great in original and version forms. DJ Duckcomb steps up with a tender "Digimix" that retains the dusty crunch of the original with just a little extra bite in the beats.
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Word & Sound
Word & Sound (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: I&I 003. Rel: 25 Oct 19
  1. Word & Sound (4:40)
  2. Word & Sound (instrumental) (4:40)
Review: Dub maestro Mala joins forces with prominent British writer, dub poet and Rastafarian Benjamin Zephaniah and Natty for this heavy hitting, hand-stamped 12". "I'm a bad man anyway, this is my sound" says Zephaniah with real passion as spaced out pads and delicate chords soften his battle cry, and his musings on the black man's struggle, righteousness and Rastafarianism play out in absorbing fashion. Best believe this one is going to become a real cult favourite, not least because of the exceptional sound design and sense of space inherent in any Mala tune.
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Soul Jazz Presents Studio One DJ Party
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 445. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Sceechie Dan - "We A Don"
  2. Lone Ranger - "My Number"
  3. Dennis Alcapone - "Riddle I This"
  4. Kentrus - "It A Fi Bun"
  5. Lone Ranger - "Apprentice Dentist"
  6. King Sporty - "DJ Special"
  7. Prince Jazzbo - "Little Joe"
  8. Jim Brown - "Ragga Muffin"
  9. Mad Roy - "Universal Love"
  10. King Sporty - "Choice Of Music"
  11. King Stitt - "Rhyming Time"
  12. Prince Jazzbo - "Fire Coal Version"
  13. Dillinger - "Fountain On The Mountain"
  14. Michigan & Smiley - "Thank You Jah"
  15. Prince Garthie - "Raindrops"
  16. Jah Buzz - "Automatic Clapping"
  17. Dennis Alcapone - "El Paso"
  18. Big Joe - "Nanny Version Skank"
Review: The Studio One catalogue is the gift that keeps on giving, and Soul Jazz continually play Santa. This latest comprehensive collection is a great compilation of some of the best DJs and MCs to have been involved in reggae. Vital Jamaican stars like Dillinger, Prince Jazzbo and Lone Ranger all feature next to more hardcore names and some choice rare cuts. Spanning the 70s and into the mid-1980s, this 18-track offering gives a glimpse into the evolution of reggae to more digital and dancehall styles that come later, all with specially commissioned sleeve notes by Fashion Records head honcho Chris Lane.
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Just Do You
Cat: SNDW 12024. Rel: 09 Dec 16
  1. Just Do You (feat Mara TK) (6:23)
  2. Just Do Dub (6:24)
  3. Only You (feat Toby Laing) (6:53)
  4. Just Do You (instrumental) (6:23)
Review: Soundway has high hopes for the third album by "underground super-producer" Lord Echo. That set is due to appear in early 2017, and as a taster, they've decided to drop this fine single. "Just Do You" features the vocals of Mara TK of Electric Wire Hustle fame, and is a deliciously cheery chunk of Caribbean inspired dub disco indulgence. It's accompanied by a fine Dub - which, naturally, features more tape delay and a tougher, stripped back groove - and an instrumental version. There's also a bonus cut in the shape of "Only You", which features regular Lord Echo collaborator Toby Laing, best known as a member of globe-trotting Kiwi supergroup Fat Freddy's Drop.
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Body Beat: Soca Dub & Electronic Calypso 1979-98
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Cat: SNDWCD 132. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Cito Jarvis - "Fighting Soldier"
  2. Roger Bain - "Stand Up & Rock Your Body" (instrumental)
  3. D Ivan - "Fire" (extended dub edit)
  4. Bill Campbell - "Body Beat"
  5. Brother Resistance - "Move It" (version)
  6. Adonijah - "It's Alright"
  7. Peter Britto - "I Want Your Love"
  8. Juno D - "Hotter & Hotter" (dub edit)
  9. Colin Jackman - "D'Jab Jab Dance" (Bad Lad mix)
  10. Levi John - "SOCA"
  11. Spiking - "Liberation Train"
  12. Mohjah - "Zion Gates" (dub)
  13. Andre Tanker - "Wild Indian Band"
  14. Touch - "Touch Music" (edit)
  15. D' Rebel Band - "Solid"
  16. The Millers - "Last Days"
  17. Chocolate Affaire - "Jump To Calypso"
Review: The mighty Soundway Records label head Miles Cleret and DJ/collector Jeremy Spellacey turn their expert digging and curatorial skills to the Soca Dub & Electronic Calypso sounds of 1979 to 1998 on this bumper new triple pack. The 17 tracks touch on obscurities, instrumentals and dubs, vocal edits and all manner of roots, boogie, reggae, house, soul and disco gems. It makes for a never less than heart swelling collection that bring immediate sunshine to even the most rainy, cold days in the north of England. Highlights are plentiful, but our picks of the bunch are Bill Campbell's "Body Beat" which does exactly what it says on the tin, Adonijah's disco stomper ("It's Alright") and Levi John's "Soca", a lo-fi oddity with brilliantly loose drum work.
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Body Beat: Soca Dub & Electronic Calypso 1979-98
VARIOUS
Cat: SNDWLP 132. Rel: 25 Oct 19
  1. Cito Jarvis - "Fighting Soldier" (5:48)
  2. Roger Bain - "Stand Up & Rock Your Body" (instrumental) (5:29)
  3. D Ivan - "Fire" (extended dub edit) (5:36)
  4. Bill Campbell - "Body Beat" (4:24)
  5. Brother Resistance - "Move It" (version) (5:52)
  6. Adonijah - "It's Alright" (6:34)
  7. Peter Britto - "I Want Your Love" (5:00)
  8. Juno D - "Hotter & Hotter" (dub edit) (6:44)
  9. Colin Jackman - "D'Jab Jab Dance" (Bad Lad mix) (4:23)
  10. Levi John - "SOCA" (7:31)
  11. Spiking - "Liberation Train" (7:52)
  12. Mohjah - "Zion Gates" (dub) (4:21)
  13. Andre Tanker - "Wild Indian Band" (6:22)
  14. Touch - "Touch Music" (edit) (6:14)
  15. D' Rebel Band - "Solid" (6:36)
  16. The Millers - "Last Days" (5:57)
  17. Chocolate Affaire - "Jump To Calypso" (4:04)
Review: The mighty Soundway Records label head Miles Cleret and DJ/collector Jeremy Spellacey turn their expert digging and curatorial skills to the Soca Dub & Electronic Calypso sounds of 1979 to 1998 on this bumper new triple pack. The 17 tracks touch on obscurities, instrumentals and dubs, vocal edits and all manner of roots, boogie, reggae, house, soul and disco gems. It makes for a never less than heart swelling collection that bring immediate sunshine to even the most rainy, cold days in the north of England. Highlights are plentiful, but our picks of the bunch are Bill Campbell's "Body Beat" which does exactly what it says on the tin, Adonijah's disco stomper ("It's Alright") and Levi John's "Soca", a lo-fi oddity with brilliantly loose drum work.
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Showcase
Showcase (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERS 035. Rel: 08 May 18
  1. Moving (2:47)
  2. Moving Version (3:41)
  3. Dancing (3:01)
  4. Dancing Version (3:12)
  5. Pale Fens (4:02)
  6. Pale Fens Version (4:29)
  7. Some Air's Red There (3:55)
  8. Some Airs Version (3:19)
  9. Don't Stop (3:26)
  10. Don't Stop Version (4:06)
  11. Run (3:12)
  12. Run Version (3:27)
Review: Out 2 is a project from Jeremy Campbell and R. Zanzibar, who have previously worked together on albums for L.I.E.S. and Lectric Sands under different aliases. They sound right at home on Emotional Response, channeling the influence of 1980s New York dancefloor hybridization into six original tracks and their counterpart dub versions. It's an impeccable tribute to the forefathers of new / no / minimal wave with the right kind of funk rubbed in the groove and ample space in the mix for all the live dubbing the style demands. "Moving" is a surefire death disco party starter, "Dancing" hovers in a beyond the grave island boogie reverie and "Some Air's Red There" heads out into exotically enhanced territory without losing that NYC grit. It's a marvelous record, with the dub versions adding new dimensions to the music rather than simply repeating the same tricks sans vocals.




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Life Of The Plants
Life Of The Plants (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: STH 2404V. Rel: 25 Oct 19
  1. Life Of The Plants (9:46)
  2. No Age (9:53)
  3. Magik (8:30)
  4. No Age (dub) (9:55)
Review: Is there a more famous nutcase in music than Lee Scratch Perry? The legendary producer is still very much on the musical money, though, no matter how weird he gets in person. This record for Stones Throw finds him working with Peaking Lights' Aaron Coyes and Argentinian dubber Ivan Diaz Mathe on a series of heavyweight tunes that are brilliantly psychedelic. The title track is a cosmic stepper then "No Age" is a wandering dub with oodles of trippy effects and stoner leads that make way for some of his textbook vocal musings on "Magik." After immersive closer "No Age" you'll be keen to do it all again.
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Stranger In Town
Cat: NUP 063R. Rel: 25 Oct 19
  1. Stranger In Town (Gentleman dub club remix) (3:55)
  2. Stranger In Town (Gentleman dub club dub) (3:56)
Review: Riddim Punks are still riding off the success of their huge remix of Chronixx's "Sell My Gun", but now return with more heat. This one was written with Jamaican/Canadian reggae superstar Exco Levi and touches on themes of cultural alienation, the Windrush scandal and immigration. The bass is blistering and the effects subtle yet superb. The enveloping sub bass is present and correct and ensures this one will do plenty of club damage. What's more, it is taken from a forthcoming album so keep your eyes peeled for that one.

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Played by: Osmose
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Heavenly Sweetness 2007-2017: 10 Years Of Transcendent Sound
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Cat: HS 172VL. Rel: 26 Mar 18
  1. Doug Hammond - "We People" (3:32)
  2. Byard Lancaster - "Blue Train" (3:44)
  3. Anne Wirz - "Mother Of The Future" (5:51)
  4. Monnette Sudler - "Don't Stress Me Out" (4:57)
  5. Florian Pellissier Quintet - "Valse Pour Helene" (3:58)
  6. Robert Aaron - "Flow Like A River" (4:10)
  7. Patchworks - "RIP With John Coltrane" (4:05)
  8. DopeGems - "Journey To The Shore" (4:52)
  9. Jacaranda Muse - "September Sun" (3:16)
  10. The Rongetz Foundation - "Sam's Intro" (5:21)
  11. Blundetto - "Voices" (feat Hindi Zahra) (3:14)
  12. Baron Retif & Concepcion Perez - "Where's My Soul?" (4:28)
  13. Anthony Joseph - "Our History" (6:01)
  14. Guts - "Want It Back" (feat Patrice) (3:30)
  15. Sly Johnson - "Womenarium" (4:43)
  16. Tagi - "NT" (feat Geogia Anne Muldrow) (4:34)
  17. Leron Thomas - "Don't You Know" (6:38)
Review: A decade of free-spirited jazz, soul, funk and all things in between, Parisian selectors Heavenly Sweetness bring together some of their favourite friends and most talented individuals for an all-out fusion session. Highlights include Anne Wirz's octave bending dulcets on "Mother Of The Future", the roaming trumpet and loose shuffle of Florian Pellissier Quintet's "Valse Pour Helene", Jacaranda Muse's barbed lament "September Sun" and the schoolyard sing-along hip-hop "Want It Back" from the hot-to-trot Guts. Here's to another 10 years...
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Dawner
Dawner (7" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: ZAMZAM 72. Rel: 31 May 19
  1. Dawner (4:12)
  2. Tawny Grammar (4:06)
Review: ZamZam 72 comes from one of our favorite producers for the last few years, the elusive Andy Mac. Known in particular for his "Diving Bird" series, a buy-on-sight trilogy of 12"s on Bristol's Idle Hands, the idiosyncratic producer also has releases on No Corner (in collaboration with Ossia), and the seminal Punch Drunk label. His unique style of chopped, techy, warm, pastoralist dubwise had us from the first, and the tunes he sent us flew through our A&R gauntlet with ease. His are records we return to again and again, revealing more subtlety with each listen, free from genre or tempo constraints.
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Science Fiction Dancehall Classics
Science Fiction Dancehall Classics (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ONULP 129. Rel: 30 Sep 15
  1. Missing Brazilians - "Ace Of Wands" (3:37)
  2. Dub Syndicate - "Over Board" (3:41)
  3. African Head Charge - "Off The Beaten Track" (5:03)
  4. Creation Rebel & New Age Steppers - "Chemical Specialist" (4:17)
  5. Suns Of Arqa - "Asian Rebel" (5:02)
  6. The Chicken Granny - "Quit The Body" (3:05)
  7. African Head Charge - "Stebeni's Theme" (3:33)
  8. Neneh Cherry & The Circuit - "Dead Come Alive" (previously unreleased) (5:15)
  9. Tackhead - "Now What?" (6:39)
  10. Keith LeBlanc - "Move" (3:20)
  11. Fats Comet - "Dub Storm" (8:36)
  12. Voice Of Authority - "Stopping & Starting" (5:57)
  13. African Head Charge - "Latin Temperament" (3:28)
  14. Mark Stewart & The Maffia - "The Wrong Name & The Wrong Number" (DJ battle) (9:16)
  15. Singers & Players - "Kunta Kinte Dub" (previously unreleased) (5:02)
  16. Bim Sherman - "Melody Dub" (3:46)
  17. Shara Nelson & The Circuit - "Aiming At Your Heart" (part 2) (5:53)
  18. Playgroup - "Forty Winks" (7:26)
  19. New Age Steppers - "Radial Drill" (4:25)
  20. Little Annie - "77 Emerging Strips" (previously unreleased) (6:17)
Review: Trevor Jackson continues on plundering the vaults of classic genres of yesteryear. Following up the sterling effort of the Metal Box series of industrial and EBM classics, he now gathers the very best of Adrian Sherwood's seminal On-U sound imprint for this extensive compilation. All the usual suspects are here; Dub Syndicate with "Over Board", African Head Charge's "Stebeni's Theme" (amongst others) and how could we not forget Tackhead, who appear with the heavy "Now What?" Also appearing are Keith Le Blanc, Mark Stewart & The Maffia and Jackson's own Playgroup project plus many others, covering the imprints' illustrious history over three LPs. Essential listening.
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Heavy Rain
Cat: ONUCD 145. Rel: 06 Dec 19
  1. Music Shall Echo (intro)
  2. Here Come The Warm Dreads
  3. Rattling Bones & Crowns
  4. Mind Worker
  5. Enlightened
  6. Hooligan Hank
  7. Crickets In Moonlight
  8. Space Craft
  9. Dreams Come True
  10. Above & Beyond
  11. Heavy Rainford
  12. Wisdom (outro)
Review: Heavy Rain is a dub companion to the Rainford album. It sees legendary knob-twiddlers The Upsetters and co-producer Adrian Sherwood take apart the original tapes and rebuild them in radical fashion with a wide range of unpredictable guests including Brian Eno and Vin Gordon. The mood is relaxed and thoughtful throughout, with all sorts of studio trickery, sci-fi effects, immersive echo and drifting horn leads sinking you deep into the dub. This album showcases the musicality of the Rainford album in all its glory and makes you ride the rhythms from start to finish. To seal the deal, Scratch and Sherwood originals "Dreams Come True" and "Above And Beyond" are also included.
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Drumming Is A Language 1990-2011
Drumming Is A Language 1990-2011 (5xCD box set + booklet)
Cat: ONUCD 142. Rel: 06 Mar 20
  1. Free Chant (Churchical Chant Of The Iyabinghi) (CD1: songs Of Praise)
  2. Orderliness Godliness Discipline & Dignity
  3. Hymn
  4. Dervish Chant
  5. Hold Some More
  6. Healing Father
  7. Healing Ceremony
  8. Cattle Herders Chant
  9. Ethiopian Praises
  10. My God
  11. Gospel Train
  12. Chant For The Spirits
  13. God Is Great
  14. Deer Spirit Song
  15. Full Charge
  16. Fullness
  17. Special Mix
  18. Heading To Glory (CD2: In Pursuit Of Shashamane Land)
  19. Pursuit
  20. One Destination
  21. No Don't Follow Fashion
  22. Animal Law
  23. Learning
  24. Fever Pitch
  25. Somebody Touch I
  26. Fever Pitch (Raw cut)
  27. Pursuit (Underpulse Motion DJ edit)
  28. No Don't Follow Fashion
  29. On The Off Beat
  30. Rastaman
  31. Run Come See Me
  32. Kumasee
  33. Mama Shante Garden
  34. The Big Country (CD 3: Vision Of A Psychedelic Africa)
  35. Surfari
  36. Positive Thoughts & Mind
  37. Unplanned
  38. Treatment For A Septic Horn
  39. Drumming Is A Language
  40. Mr Whippy Does Djibouti
  41. Run Come See
  42. Ran Came Saw
  43. Blessed Works
  44. Work Blessed
  45. More Fluid
  46. Who Are You?
  47. Ready You Ready
  48. Ready You Ready (part 2)
  49. What Is The Plan? (with Mutabaruka)
  50. What Is The Plan? (with Mutabaruka - version)
  51. In "I" Head (CD 4: Voodoo Of The Godsent)
  52. The Best Way
  53. Take Heed... & Smoke Up Your Collyweed
  54. Stoned Age Man
  55. African Bredda
  56. Mysterious Happenings
  57. This & That & The Other
  58. Undulating
  59. Timpanya
  60. Badman Plan
  61. Dobbyn Joins The Head Charge
  62. God Willing
  63. Fear Of A Man God
  64. Peace & Happiness (CD 5: Churchical Chant Of The Iyabinghi)
  65. Jungle Law
  66. Learned
  67. One Love, One Heart
  68. Pitched Fever
  69. Dervish Dub
  70. Dub Some More
  71. Disciplined & Dignified
  72. Healing Father's Dub
  73. Dub For The Spirits
Review: Back in 2016 On-U-Sound released "Environmental Holes & Drastic Tricks", a five-disc retrospective of the early years of Bonjo Ivabinghi Noah and Adrian Sherwood's percussion-led Afro-dub project African Head Charge. "Drumming Is A Language", the second and final retrospective, brings the story bang up to date. Like its' predecessor, it gathers together four key, game-changing albums (1990's incredible "Songs of Praise", '93's "In Pursuit of Shashamane", 2005's "Vision of a Psychedelic Africa" and 2011's "Voodoo of the Godsend") with a bonus CD of unheard versions, remixes and revisions recorded between 1990 and '93. Touching on all manner of influences and showcasing the strong links between African and Caribbean music, the showcased material is as inventive, otherworldly and inspired as dub gets.
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Europa
Europa (2xLP (side 2 screen-printed) + insert + sticker)
Cat: MTLP 002. Rel: 12 Jan 18
  1. Europa (17:14)
  2. In My Heart (feat Radwan Ghazi Moumneh) (12:55)
  3. Bogovi (7:42)
  4. Trouble (11:58)
  5. Outro (5:00)
Review: Following two fine teaser singles on Malka Tuti, Tapan (AKA Belgrade-based producers Nebosja Bogdanovic and Goran Simonosk) are finally ready to unleash their debut album, Europa. A genuinely unique proposition, the set sees them flit between mind-altering Middle Eastern dub-jazz (the trippy title track), delay-laden late night soundscapes (the brilliant "In My Heart"), woozy post-punk dystopia ("Bogovi"), percussion-rich, horn-heavy weirdness ("Trouble") and the kind of dubwise, other-worldly fare that we'd once have expected to hear from early '80s Bristolian bands such as Maximum Joy. It's naturally hugely atmospheric, but more impressive than that is the duo's imaginative approach. While the influences are easy to spot, describing the results is pleasingly tricky.
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Ariwa 2019 Riddim & Dub Series
Cat: ARICD 319. Rel: 25 Mar 20
  1. Catch A Rat!
  2. Well Done
  3. All Nations Dub
  4. Motherland Calling
  5. Theme From Baranco
  6. Lost In Maghreb
  7. Emmiter Dub
  8. Running Around
  9. Bluesy, Jazzy Kinda Dub
  10. Greenheart Dub
  11. Spiritual Dub
  12. Gathering Of The Troops
  13. Dengue Fever
  14. Provocation Dub
Review: The annual Riddim and Dub series from Ariwa serves up another essential volume. This time once more, all tracks were recorded on the Studer A800 2-inch 24 track via a customized SSL 4000. There are bottomless dubs to sink right into next to more upbeat steppers, all with that roomy feel and lived-in analogue aesthetic. "Well Done" is detailed with subtle horns that drift like wispy clouds, while "Motherland Calling" has tumbling toms that ripple forever. "Theme From Maghreb" is a real fat bottomed wobbler while "Running Around" is silkier and funkier thans to the nicely vamping chords.
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Roll With The Punches
Cat: SC 012. Rel: 15 May 19
  1. Little Birds, Moonbath (feat Michelle Helene Mackenzie) (6:06)
  2. Tipu's Tiger (feat Pender Street Steppers) (10:11)
  3. Of Yesterday (instrumental) (5:37)
  4. The Ultimate Which Manages The World (4:40)
  5. Words Without Sound (6:09)
Review: With a drowsy, loved-up trademark sound that sits somewhere between the beach, bedroom and the dancefloor, Canada's Yu Su is a great fit for Music From Memory offshoot Second Circle. The resultant EP is arguably her strongest to date. She begins by enlisting the help of Michelle Helene Mackenzie, who provides a drowsy spoken word vocal on the ultra-deep and starry brilliance of "Little Birds, Moonbath". Fellow Vancouver residents Pender Street Steppers lend a hand on the deep and picturesque shuffle of "Tipu's Tiger", while "Of Yesterday (Instrumental)" sees Yu Su wrap meandering synth solos atop hazy chords and gentle tribal drums. Elsewhere, "The Ultimate Which Manages The World" is dubbed-out and effortlessly Balearic, while "Words Without Sound" offers up more intricate hand percussion and some sparse electronic elements.
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The Nassau Sessions
The Nassau Sessions (40 gram vinyl 7")
Cat: LWKMUS 006. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. Jet Ski
  2. Lavender In The Night
  3. Sweet Genius
  4. Shit To Buy
Review: As Galcher Lustwerk's label continues to expand at an easy pace, so this intriguing prospect arises from the lesser known Double Pelican Man. As The Nassau Sessions title might imply, this is a departure from sleek house and techno into an abstraction of the island boogie sound, taking some cues from digi-dub and 80s dancehall but offsetting it with a final mix that is all its own. "Jet Ski" is a perfect slice of canned dub for mellow heads, and "Sweet Genius" is the pick for a more audacious application of delay and reverb, but the bass on "Shit To Buy" makes it the standout track on this collection of dubwise jams.
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Played by: Piers Harrison
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In Dub
In Dub (CD)
Cat: EB 144. Rel: 13 Apr 20
  1. Intro
  2. Fire Burning
  3. Saturn (feat Prince Allah)
  4. Dubbing The Earth
  5. Lion Is The King
  6. Morse Dub
  7. From The Ground
  8. Feeble Foundation
  9. 100 Dub
  10. Dub Resonance
  11. Inna Fusion (Dubital dub)
  12. Jah Plan Version
  13. Indubstria
Review: It's been a while since we heard from B.R Stylers, a Northern Italian dub outfit who became one of the most popular reggae acts in central Europe during the first decade of the century. In fact, "In Dub" is the Paolo Baldini-helmed outfit's first new set since 2009. It's rather good, too, with Baldini conjuring up trippy, sub-heavy mixes - all weighty riddims, soulful vocals, slick patois toasting, laden East African percussion, glistening guitars and cheery melodies - that touch on a variety of reggae sub-styles as well as dub funk and ambient dub. Whether you're a casual reggae fan or a confirmed dub-head, the album is well worth checking out.
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More Fyah
More Fyah (CD)
Cat: SCOBCD 012. Rel: 09 Aug 19
  1. Dub Be Good To Me
  2. We Weren't Made For This
  3. More Fyah
  4. Amsterdam
  5. Light As A Feather (feat Kiko Bun)
  6. Babylon Raid (feat Max Romeo)
  7. Live My Life
  8. Gasoline
  9. Warrior Code
  10. Bad Gyal
Review: If it's dub-wise flavours you're after, Mungo's Hi-Fi has always been a reliable source of dancefloor heat. On their latest album, the Scottish collective has joined forces with sometime Dub Mafia front woman Eva Lazarus, whose sweet singing, spoken word raps and patois-laden toaster chat are put to work over a range of sub-heavy riddims (think dancehall, dub, ragga, roots etc). The result is a set that flits between sweet, sultry head-nodders, surprisingly soulful skankers and more robust and aggressive club workouts. Highlights include a slick cover of Beats International classic "Dub Be Good To Me", the summer breeze of Kiko Bun hook-up "Light As A Feather" and the 21st century dancefloor madness of Max Romeo collaboration "Babylon Raid".
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Strictly Dubwise (reissue)
Strictly Dubwise (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: PRTLLP 002. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. Dub To Selassie (3:56)
  2. Jah Kingdom Dub (4:20)
  3. Science (4:05)
  4. Shanti Rock (4:08)
  5. Tribal Dub (3:29)
  6. Drugs Is A Ting (4:00)
  7. Some People Dub (4:03)
  8. Northern Lights (2:55)
  9. Tomb Of Soloman (4:08)
  10. Healing Dub (3:59)
Review: This is a classic UK dub record from 1994 that is well deserving of its reissue treatment by Partial. It was written at a time when the dub scene on these shores was really flourishing and despite its impact has long been deleted and hard to find. Now, just 500 copies have been pressed up with Dougie Wardrop and Chazbo's timeless production overlaid with guest vocals from King General, Culture Freeman and Disco Dread. Along the way there are uptempo wobblers like "Jah Kingdom Dub", smoker's delights such as "Shanti Rock" and effects laden head trips like "Some People Dub".
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Played by: Dj soFa
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Special Edition Part 1
Special Edition Part 1 (gatefold 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: DRP 028LP. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Kamo Kamo (5:23)
  2. Special Edition (6:32)
  3. Raleigh Twenty (5:21)
  4. OneFourteen (6:49)
  5. Trickle Down (5:26)
  6. Six-Eight (instrumental) (5:18)
Review: Some five years after their last full-length hit stores, Fat Freddy's Drop has finally got round to recording a new album. Entitled "Special Edition", it's set to be released in two parts. Part one (the second will follow later in the year) begins with the slow and steady soulful skank of "Kamo Kamo", before the more digital-sounding goodness of "OneFourteen" sees them wisely pushing honeyed vocalist Joe Dukie to the fore. More jazzy reggae warmth follows via "Raleigh Twenty", while "Special Edition" is a confirmed dancefloor workout - think disco-reggae - which mixes rapped and sung vocals. There's a surprising nod to house music on the hypnotic and synth-laden "Trickle Down", while "Six-Eight (Instrumental)" is Fat Freddy's take on dancehall.
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 in stock $18.67
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Special Edition Part 1
Special Edition Part 1 (gatefold coloured vinyl 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: DRP 028CLP. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Kamo Kamo (5:23)
  2. Special Edition (6:30)
  3. Raleigh Twenty (5:21)
  4. OneFourteen (6:50)
  5. Trickle Down (5:25)
  6. Six-Eight (instrumental) (5:19)
Review: Some five years after their last full-length hit stores, Fat Freddy's Drop has finally got round to recording a new album. Entitled "Special Edition", it's set to be released in two parts. Part one (the second will follow later in the year) begins with the slow and steady soulful skank of "Kamo Kamo", before the more digital-sounding goodness of "OneFourteen" sees them wisely pushing honeyed vocalist Joe Dukie to the fore. More jazzy reggae warmth follows via "Raleigh Twenty", while "Special Edition" is a confirmed dancefloor workout - think disco-reggae - which mixes rapped and sung vocals. There's a surprising nod to house music on the hypnotic and synth-laden "Trickle Down", while "Six-Eight (Instrumental)" is Fat Freddy's take on dancehall.
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 in stock $13.42
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Dub Unlimited
Cat: WACKIES 0036CD/50198. Rel: 02 Feb 06
  1. Black Heart Dub
  2. Disco Dub
  3. Dub To Jah
  4. Dub Seasoning
  5. Dub Unlimited
  6. Bullwackies Revenge
  7. Uptown I
  8. Hurricane Not I
  9. Dubbing Around
  10. Unlimited Dub
Review: Magnificent dub album out originally on the Senrab label in 1976, when Lloyd Barnes' spars at the desk were Prince Douglas and Jah Upton, in the first months of the White Plains Road headquarters, and indeed as Upton - disheartened by the gang warfare that had crossed the path of the Bullwackies Disco sound - drifted away. The selection commemorates a series of brilliant 7"s and 12"s on labels like City Line and Wackies, and sister labels like Upton, Versatile, and Munchie Jackson's Earth imprint. Core rhythm tracks from Jamaica - Treasure Isle mostly, and then mixed by Tubby - had been worked over at the Sounds Unlimited studio on E 24th Street in Manhattan. There are few traces of singers, though: the Sylvester Brothers are singled out by the label artwork here. Baba Leslie's Black Horns - next piece to Wayne Jarrett's African Woman - is spun out of the opening track. The Love Joys are like genies in the stunning twin mixes of Disco Reggae. The track Dub Unlimited is John Clarke's Pollution (Unlimited Dub dubs singjay coverage of the Ali-Frazier Thriller In Manilla); Bullwackies Revenge is a version of the Chin Chow rhythm, a tribute to the restaurant next door; the Chosen Brothers' Talk To The Father is represented, and Andrew McCalla's Home By The Sea... But it would be wrong to bog the album down in these details - an all-time great dub LP.
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 in stock $14.47
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BadmanBoogie
Cat: FT 049. Rel: 16 Mar 20
  1. BadmanBoogie (3:42)
  2. Killdemsound (3:36)
Review: Mysterious Canadian dub abstractionists Seekersinternational will always keep you guessing - such is their provocative charm whether stirring up trouble on Bokeh Versions, Boomarm Nation or ICS Library. Now they make a welcome surprise drop on Max D's Future Times label, and sound right at home amongst the label's penchant for bizarro genre-agnostic mutations. There's soul, audacious sound design and luscious synths aplenty - all hallmarks of other FT releases. Of course there's a strong bedrock of Jamaican music culture informing everything, but once again the crew have delivered something distinct from their previous work. No one does it quite like Seekers, not even Seekers themselves.
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 in stock $10.78
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