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[Review] Mungo’s Hi Fi ft Johnny Clarke – „Rain keeps falling” (Scotch Bonnet Records)

[Review] Mungo’s Hi Fi ft Johnny Clarke – „Rain keeps falling” (Scotch Bonnet Records)

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A very nice „gift” for Record Store Day 2017 has come from Mungo’s Hi Fi family. Old-school vibes provided by an original riddim with the „flying cymbals” drum pattern with a wonderful, nostalgic vocal of Johny Clarke, singing about the Glaswegian weather.

The spirit of King Tubby is flowing through the speakers from the very beginning and gets a full effect in the dub version.

http://www.scotchbonnet.net/shop/

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[Review] ZamZam #51 / #52 (ZamZam Sounds)

[Review] ZamZam #51 / #52 (ZamZam Sounds)

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Two recent releases from ZamZam Sounds should satisfy all fans of heavyweight dubs and both of them will do this in a different style. The releases number 51 brings two tracks of Systemwide; „Low Orbit”, remixed by Alter Echo”, delivers a message of the outer-space: a minimal but powerful bassline is a foundation for a universe of mysterious sounds and samples. This is the exploration of bass and dub universe which I love in ZamZam’s releases. The B side is Dubkasm’s remix of „Liberation” and it’s a deep, mystical steppers in the best style of the Bristol duo.

The release number 52 continues delivering heavyweight vibes. From a mysterious atmosphere, we’re moving to a sound system dance, where a powerful steppa riddim by Bukkha and Madplate Sound combined with the great voice of Junior Dread mashes the area – „Nada A Perder” („Nothing To Lose”) is a real dancefloor banger with a conscious message.

https://www.facebook.com/ZamZam-Sounds-341150589257161/

https://www.facebook.com/Bukkha-269671006448309/

https://www.facebook.com/Systemwide-201956363160768/

https://www.facebook.com/Dubkasm/

https://www.facebook.com/aee3dub/

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[Review] EGOLESS ft. Tenor Youthman – „Non-Immigrant Song” (ZamZam Sounds)

[Review] EGOLESS ft. Tenor Youthman – „Non-Immigrant Song” (ZamZam Sounds)

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ZamZam number 50 for me is a great example of balancing with the „centre of gravity” in a release. On the A side, we have the track called „Non-Immigrant Song” and it’s truly an anthem thanks to the emphasis put by Tenor Youthman. A strong voice with a strong message keeps you focused on the story. Egoless’s music here is not trying to cover the vocalist, it is rather minimalistic, no overwhelming effects. But then the dub version comes and here the craziness of sounds and effects begin. Here The Dub talks and do this masterfully…

PS. There is a gift inside this release!

Links:

www.zamzamsounds.com

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[Review] „My Roots Girls” / „My Ethiopian Queen” (Med Tone Records)

[Review] „My Roots Girls” / „My Ethiopian Queen” (Med Tone Records)

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An incredible time machine has been prepared recently by Med Tone Records. Well, two machines to be more precisely. They will take you directly to sunny Jamaica in the epicentre of sweet rocksteady vibes. They will do this both thanks to wonderful vocals as well as the riddim and it’s totally old-school warm vibes. In „My Roots Girl” we hear the sweet and beautiful voice of Cornell Campbell. „My Ethiopian Queen” is the DJ version with the pioneer of this style – the master toaster U-Roy! This killer combination doubles the effect and it’s not over – add two dub versions mixed in a good-old dubwise fashion and you will get a wonderful, splendid, one of the best „nice & easy” and enjoyable reggae songs I’ve recently heard.

Links:

www.medtonerecords.com


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[Release Info] Vibronics – „Dub In The Ghetto” (Indica Dubs)

[Release Info] Vibronics – „Dub In The Ghetto” (Indica Dubs)

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indForthcoming 7” from Indica Dubs brings us UK dub legend Vibronics first time for his label. As usual Steve delivers his unique vibe, warm basslines and beautiful, catchy melodies – all well arranged and mixed in a dubwise fashion. Vibronics style to the max!

Word from Indica Dubs:

„‚Dub In The Ghetto’, otherwise originally known as ‚Dread Paradise’, was given to me as a dubplate at the start of this year, and I have been playing it at all my sessions. The track name was inspired by the South America tour which I played in June 2016; it was also the final song I played of the tour. The artwork drawn by Ras Mykha, portriats the ghetto favela style areas visited across South America.”

Grab it here: http://indicadubs.com/shop/

Posted by yarecki in Informacja o wydawnictwie
[Recenzja] I-Skankers – „In His Name”

[Recenzja] I-Skankers – „In His Name”

Adobe Photoshop PDF„In His Name” to 3. wydawnictwo I-Skankers w swoim labelu, nie licząc 7 dubplejtów również wydane własnymi siłami. Tym razem dostajemy riddim „In his name”, gdzie na stronie A wokalnie rządzą Ranking Fox i Anthony John i zwieńcza ją wersja dub z elementami nyahbhingi w klimacie UK roots. Strona B to już popisy instrumentalistów Yann Sax na saksofonie, Steppin Pablo na melodyce i kolejna mocna wersja dub.

I Skankers poszli tu w roots i bardzo dobrze im to wychodzi!

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[Release info] ZamZam #45 / #46 (ZamZam Sounds)

[Release info] ZamZam #45 / #46 (ZamZam Sounds)

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Latest releases from ZamZam Sounds bring two visionary dubs. Number #45 with Emperor T AKA Phuture-T comes with pounding, visionary steppa style in „Macka Step Dub” and even faster „Mek It Run Dub”. Release number #46 by Tetrad ships moody, four-to-the-floor „Awaken Dub” on the A side; on the flip side we get really serious hypnotic dubstep, minimal in its form, but massive in reception.


https://www.facebook.com/ZamZam-Sounds-341150589257161

www.zamzamsounds.com

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[Review] Indica Dubs meets Shiloh Ites – „Marching To Zion” (Indica Dubs)

[Review] Indica Dubs meets Shiloh Ites – „Marching To Zion” (Indica Dubs)

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iss042-vinyl-scanThe newest Indica Dubs 7” brings as usual strictly sound system vibes. Made with Swedish Shiloh Ites, this marching riddim with strong, pumping bass and drums, is perfectly suited for 18” speakers and crowded, skanking dancefloor. Also very nice melody played by accordion? ads some old-school flavour to this tune. The dub version comes in a proper dubwise manner, the rhythm is emphasized and crossed with spatial, reverbated hits. Well, let’s march to Zion!

Get it here: https://indicadubs.bandcamp.com/album/marching-to-zion-dub-temple

or in good record shops.

Posted by yarecki in Informacja o wydawnictwie