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Rub-a-dub from Cubiculo Records – B-No feat. Peter Youthman & Tuli Ranks

Rub-a-dub from Cubiculo Records – B-No feat. Peter Youthman & Tuli Ranks

The forthcoming 12” release from cubiculoCubiculo Records presents very nice, rootical rub-a-dub style with Peter Youthman and Tuli Ranks on the vocals. The former provides us conscious lyrics about homeless people. The vocal version is followed by the dub one, which perfectly shows B-No’s musical style – a calm rhythm, a little big digital, with nice melodies where everything is balanced. On the B side we get lovers tune with American singer Tuli Ranks, this time the track is shipped as an  extended version.

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Posted by yarecki in Recenzje
B-No ft. Trevor Junior – “People Are Changing” (Cubiculo Records)

B-No ft. Trevor Junior – “People Are Changing” (Cubiculo Records)

FB_Label7_CR_1Cubiculo Records label surprises me with each, new release. After their last trip to rocksteady area now they return to their favourite rub a dub style – but in a classic way, in contrast to the previous more digital release. The classics we mainly owe to Trevor Junior, a reggae legend from 80., who, on the riddim by French producer’s B-no from Upfull Posse Crew, proves that rub a dub is still very well even in the times, when this genre is not so popular as back in the days. Trevor signs, that “people are changing” in these hard times and everyone has some problems. A big plus for Trevor and B-no for such uplifting riddim and words!

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Ps. Also check out this bonus from Cubiculo – http://cubiculorecords.com/game/

 

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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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