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[Review] Bony Fly feat. Sr Wilson – “Trumpets Dem Blow” / versions (Cubiculo Records)

[Review] Bony Fly feat. Sr Wilson – “Trumpets Dem Blow” / versions (Cubiculo Records)

Cubiculo Records has not been releasing steppa tunes for a while, but they are back in a champion style. The riddim prepared by Bony Fly in his unique digital style with a fast beat and great arrangement (check him also on this release) has a really huge potential to rise a fire on dancefloors. Especially that Spanish singer Sr Wilson flows on it perfectly and smoothly. Next cuts to the original are riddim track and extended dub version full of effects.

Killa!

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[Release Info] “No Friend Fi Dem” – Tonto Irie, “Ripper Riddim” – Naram and Art / (Cubiculo Records)

[Release Info] “No Friend Fi Dem” – Tonto Irie, “Ripper Riddim” – Naram and Art / (Cubiculo Records)

Weteran MC Tonto Irie powraca po wielu latach przerwy w wydanictwach i nawija na współczesnym, mrocznym digitalowym riddimie z brudnymi liniami basu autorstwa duetu Naram and Art. Kolejna digitalowa perełka od Cubiculo Records.

artworks-000156757116-p1c7va-t500x500Info:

ID: CR7005

Label: Cubiculo Records

Format: 7” winyl

Tracklista:

A. Tonto Irie – No Friend Fi Dem
B. Naram and Art – Ripper Riddim

Dostępność:

Wszystkie dobre sklepy z płytami.

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Conscious Sounds feat. King General & Pupa Jim inna Kraftwerk style

Conscious Sounds feat. King General & Pupa Jim inna Kraftwerk style

Cr12007_AsideThe recent release from Cubiculo Records is a truly deadly combination. The heart of the riddim on “Talk 2 Much EP” created by Dougie Conscious is a relick of a well-known, crucial tune for music history – “Das Model” from 1978, made by the legendary electronic avant-garde Kraftwerk. When it comes to vocal part, the choice is perfect – we get two great vocalists, who feel excellent on such riddims: King General and Pupa Jim. The result is killer, digital-electro reggae vibe written on a 12” and shipped with additional version and dub.

Big release!

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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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Jah Screechy&Dub Unit&KnD – “Diggitaly Mad” (Cubiculo Records)

Jah Screechy&Dub Unit&KnD – “Diggitaly Mad” (Cubiculo Records)

FB_CR7004_OUT_NOWCubiculo label returns with its most favourite style – digital reggae. The music side of this 7” is made by Dub Unit (known from a free EP “Ganjaman” released by Cubiculo) and a debuting, Portuguese producer KnD. They have composed a digital riddim with a resonating, fat bass and synths. On the vocals we hear Jah Screechy, known from previous Cubiculo Records releases (http://dubmassive.org/7108/strictly-sound-prodz-feat-jah-screechy-7).

 

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PS. By the way – check also this free release, Cutty Ranks remix is a boom shot!

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Vibronics – “Samsara” (Cubiculo Records)

Vibronics – “Samsara” (Cubiculo Records)

B_SIdeAs a big fan of Vibronics album “Dub Italizer” released 15 years ago this information caused me a little heart attack. “Samsara” – amazing, mystical and monumental dubwise is available on 12” with additional mixes, including one from Brain Damage! All of this thanks to Cubiculo Records, as usual they are surprising us with top-a-top release. Also take a look at a beautiful, colourful artwork, inspired by the original Buddhist term “Wheel of Samsara”.

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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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B-No feat Trevor Junior – People Are Changing / Version

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

 

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Legendary musicians on 7” – “All rudies in jail” – Jamaican All Stars / Cubiculo Records

Legendary musicians on 7” – “All rudies in jail” – Jamaican All Stars / Cubiculo Records

CR7003_FB_COVERCubiculo Records is a label that surprises me every release (for example here http://dubmassive.org/8178/cubiculo-records-crucial-stepper-ep) and it’s the same this time. On their last production they showed that they are not going to focus only on digital style and the newest 7″ is a mixture of roots, rocksteady, amazing vocals and toasting. Everything in favour of super crew Jamaican All Stars, which consists of Skuly Simms, Vin Gordon, Laraque, Bunny Robinson, BB. Bassy, Junior Wilson, Trevor Thomson, Ken G – a pleiad of living reggae legends. Those musicians played i.a. for The Upsetters, The Heptones, The Aggrovators or Roots Radics and hey set the band after the premiere of “Portraits Of Jamaican Music” film thanks to Winward Records.

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