Adam Prescott

[Release Info] Adam Prescott – “Warrior” LP – Reggae Roast Records

[Release Info] Adam Prescott – “Warrior” LP – Reggae Roast Records

prescottAdam Prescott’s (Reggae Roast) debut LP, featuring the vocal talents of some of the best MC’s & Singers in the business including, Brother Culture, Charlie P, Donovan Kingjay, Jago, Rod Taylor, Dark Angel, Karizma, Parly B, Zico & two instrumental cuts, featuring Saxophonist Papa B.

Release info:

Adam Prescott
‘Warrior’ LP (RRLP001)
Reggae Roast Records
Release Date: April 2016
Format: Digital

Listen / buy:

https://reggaeroast.bandcamp.com/album/warrior

Links:

http://www.reggaeroast.co.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/Adam.Prescott.Music

Posted by yarecki in Release Info
[Review] Adam Prescott & Donovan Kingjay – “Weed Anthem”

[Review] Adam Prescott & Donovan Kingjay – “Weed Anthem”

a3333040759_16Adam Prescott and Reggae Roast will always be a quality mark to me. Their 7″ ‘Weed Anthem’ with Donovan Kingjay on the vocals praising ‘the holy weed’  is a great position on ganja tunes 2016 chart. Musically, Adam introduces us to digital reggae, but away from the digital style. He refers to a classic ‘Hot Milk’ riddim on which Johnny Clarke sung ‘Legalize it’. The dub version lets us delight with Addis Pablo’s melodica. A great release, also few days ago  Adam’s debut LP ‘Warrior’ was published and will be reviewed by us soon!

Links:
http://www.reggaeroast.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/Adam.Prescott.Music

Posted by Bedi in Recenzje
Brother Culture – “New Generation The Remix” EP (Evidence Music)

Brother Culture – “New Generation The Remix” EP (Evidence Music)

imageSwiss label Evidence Music has recently released a remix EP, which is based on a track with Brother Culture “New Generation”. The riddim – bass-like with strong influences of dub and dubstep – is the work of Derrick Sound, crew connected with the label. Brother Culture flows in his best style, warning the people of new generation against addictions and the pursuit of money. Next tracks are an instrumental and dub version by Derrick Sound and its friends from Little Lion Sound. After this introduction time for remixes – the first made by High Elements is more electronic one, on the other hand Cultural Warriors prepared skanky steppers with a solid bass. Another well known artist is Adam Prescott, who added a jungle flavour to the original track. At the end Max RubADub shows a modern, rub-a-dub digital reggae style.

The EP is available as digital download.

Links:

http://www.evidence-music.ch/label
https://itunes.apple.com/album/new-generation/id970043086?l=fr

https://soundcloud.com/evidencemusic/new-generation-high-elements-remix-brother-culture-evidence-music

Posted by Bedi in Recenzje
Tour de Force – “Battle Cry Remixed”

Tour de Force – “Battle Cry Remixed”

COVER_BATTLECRYSeveral months after Tour de Force’s “Battle Cry” LP Dub-Stuy Records prepared a remix album, available soon as CD/Digital. And I must say that this is a “must have” item for lovers of all colours of dub and its impact on current electronic music. Listening to a remix of one title you are going from DJ Madd breaks to Double Tiger’s deep steppa; Dub Terminator serves you a dubstep flavour, while OnDubGround smashes you with electronic dub madness. Digital sounds of Naram, a reggae groove of Brain Damage or Dubmatix, club beats of Dub Gabriel and more, over 1 hour of good music. 15 tracks made by talented artists, gathered on one release, connected by idea of dub and remix – congratulation Dub-Stuy!

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Posted by yarecki in Recenzje
Adam Prescott – Liberation Riddim feat. Cornel Campbell, Donovan Kingjay, Galak Spiritual & Papa B

Adam Prescott – Liberation Riddim feat. Cornel Campbell, Donovan Kingjay, Galak Spiritual & Papa B

Cover ArtaMarch 17th is the release date of the third production of Hundred Years label. It contains riddim made by Adam Prescott, well-known from Reggae Roast. Liberation Riddim deftly combines roots style with a modern steppers – nice, slightly dubbed melodies are embedded on a solid bass line with fast rhythm section. And the main thing – we have three great singers on this riddim. Cornell Campbell needs no introduction – the legend of  roots music sings as usual on his excellent level. Galak Spiritual – one of the three frontmen of onlyjoe band – also is doing great job. And, at the end, I left my personal favorite – Donovan Kingjay wonderfully blends into riddim, strong but very melodic at the same time.

The fourth track on the album is an instrumental with a beautiful saxophone played by Papa B, associated with onlyjoe and Unit137.

To sum up – very good release, both musical and vocally. 100% quality!

 

HY#03 - FlyerAnd one last thing – on 21st of February will have place launch party in Bristol, driven by LionPulse Sound System. There will be Mad Professor, Adam Prescott, Donovan Kingjay and others.

More details on the event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/196937427170031/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by yarecki in Recenzje
Alpha Steppa – Tricast01

Alpha Steppa – Tricast01

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Alpha Steppa, besides releasing other artists, isn’t idle and he gives us a mix of tracks that weren’t published before and ones that will be released on miscellaneous mediums soon. That mix contains some tough dubstep tunes served in a way that you listen to it with a flush, waiting for every next track. The first release is J-Path, and the album will be reviewed on our page (project Trigram is coming…) Are compilations like this one are a new way to present tracks that are going to be released in the future? If so, I am happy about that and I’m wating for more alike stuff.

By the way, we have to brag that Alpha Steppa published his recent tune, which is on the mix, as a video clip and the dubmassive.org and dub senses birthday party that took place in Cracow is a background to it! (material has been recorded by Meet Steem).

Posted by Bedi in News, Recenzje
Reggae Roast & Rod Taylor – Sing Praises

Reggae Roast & Rod Taylor – Sing Praises

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Wytwórnia Reggae Roast po raz kolejny raczy nas niezwykłym wydawnictwem, tym razem zabrali się za klasyka roots rock reggae Roda Taylora. Za stronę producencką odpowiedzialni są Adam Prescott (brytyjski producent mieszający korzenie z nowoczesnością – “roots kontra dubstep”), Nick Manasseh (człowiek legenda odpowiedzialny za audycje Kiss Fm, projekt Sound Iration oraz label Roots Garden), Alpha Steppa (to 2 pokolenie rodzinnego dubu Alpha&Omega) oraz Vibration Lab ( siewcy hasła “future reggae”). Natomiast Rod Taylor to czołówka pierwszej generacji jamajskich wokalistów soundsystemowych obok takich legend jak Barry Brown czy Sugar Minott, w “Praises Unto Jah” wyśpiewuje optymistyczny tekst osadzony w ideologii Rasta. Muzycznie Adam Prescott stworzył rytm z mocnym basem, zaś Manasseh wersje dubową; natomiast Alpha Steppa oraz Vibration Lab zabierają nas w rejony gdzie pogłosy i mroczne klimaty są chlebem powszednim. Z całym sercem polecam tą EP która pokazuje talenty producenckie i czym tak naprawdę jest dub!

http://www.reggaeroast.co.uk/

Posted by Bedi in News, Recenzje