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V.A. - Monkey Business
J.Robinson WhoDemSound - Earth Step
J.Robinson WhoDemSound
Earth Step
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (WhoDemSound)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 28.04.2017
King Tubby And The Aggrovators - Shalom Dub
King Tubby And The Aggrovators
Shalom Dub
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (Radiation Roots)
24,99 €*
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 12.05.2017
The house band of Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee was formed in the mid-1970s by some of Jamaica’s most prominent and musically expressive session players. The shifting core line-up spun off from the Soul Syndicate and thus typically featured Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith and Tony Chin on guitar and Bernard ‘Touter’ Harvey on organ. Carlton ‘Santa’ was the main drummer, but Carlton Barrett of the Wailers band and ‘Benbow’ Creary were sometimes featured. Most crucially, on bass, Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett shifted to Fully Fullwood (and occasionally, Earl ‘Bagga’ Walker), until Robbie Shakespeare took over, becoming the bandleader. The band was responsible for the popular ‘flying cymbal’ style that took Jamaica by storm, and you can hear it in abundance on this killer dub set from 1975, its excellent cuts of Cornell Campbell and Johnnie Clarke material mixed at King Tubby’s studio—a must for all serious fans of dub.
Kingston All Stars - Dubwise Coloured Vinyl Edition
Kingston All Stars
Dubwise Coloured Vinyl Edition
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Roots & Wire)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 05.05.2017
The foundation of this dub album was created by some of the finest sessions musicians ever to grace the studios of 1960’s & 70’s Jamaica. Their instruments were the cornerstone to countless Dub LP’s that began to surface in the early 70’s and continued on into the 80’s creating a whole new genre of music. As they did back in the early days of dub, the Kingston All Stars gathered together in Kingston, Jamaica at Mixing Lab Studios and laid down a series of riddims that would lay the groundwork for what comes next: the singers. Both Greenwich Farm rasta, Prince Alla, and falsetto, Cedric Myton of the The Congos, contribute vocals to the album but half of the riddims on this LP are, to date, unreleased, and have yet to be voiced.
Dub-Stuy Presents - Kunta Kinte Riddim 2017
Dub-Stuy Presents
Kunta Kinte Riddim 2017
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Dub-Stuy)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 28.04.2017
Burro Banton / Rider Shafique / Shanti D / DJ Madd Dub-Stuy’s riddim series returns with a fresh take on a Jah Shaka classicDub-Stuy returns with the second installment of their riddim series in which the Brooklyn-based collective pays homage to the tradition of Jamaican dancehall riddims with a fresh modern twist and versions from an international line-up of vocalists.Following an update of King Jammy’s Punanny riddim on the first release of the series, Dub-Stuy is taking on yet another classic. This time, DJ Madd brings the classic Kunta Kinte riddim into the 21st century with rolling drums, floating percussion, and weighty bass anchoring the timeless and irresistible melody that has come to define the riddim for generations of fans. First brought to the attention of UK dub fans by the mighty Jah Shaka , and originally recorded by a little known band from Battersea, Kunta Kinte has become a staple of dub music’s evolution, with its eponymous flute melody making numerous appearances over the decades in both underground and mainstream hits. For their 2017 edition, Dub-Stuy has brought three different vocalists from Jamaica and Europe to voice the riddim in a positive stance: Kingston legend Burro Banton preaches to the youth on ‘Nah Sell Out’; Rider Shafique, whose unique voice and delivery has been a hallmark of the Bristol scene for the past few years, travels Over The Oceans to celebrate the links between worldwide sound system fans; and finally France’s Shanti D takes a break from his work with OBF to bring it all together Inna Different Style.With Kunta Kinte Riddim 2017, Dub-Stuy takes us on a journey through the history of a famed riddim, connecting both style and sound from past dub sessions to current dancefloors.
Gentleman's Dub Club - Dubtopia
Gentleman's Dub Club
Dubtopia
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Easy Star)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 28.04.2017
The celebrated London-based band Gentleman's Dub Club returns with their follow-up to the critically-acclaimed 2015 release The Big Smoke. With Dubtopia, the band has worked to balance the new focus on songwriting that came to the fore on The Big Smoke with more of the bass-heavy, uptempo energy their live sets are known for. The record was produced by the band's bassist, Toby Davies, and features guest vocals spots by Taiwan MC, Lady Chann, Eva Lazarus and Parly B.
Tapes Vs Superstar - Spirit World
Tapes Vs Superstar
Spirit World
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Porridge Bullet)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 26.05.2017
Tapes at the control! Superstar follows up his previous 12" for the Estonia's Porridge Bullets, this time with a collab project with Tapes (Jahtari, EM, Sextags, Meeuw Muzak...) . Ltd pressing, cut reggae 45 style (large centre hole). Big TIP!"..a disconsolate love-cry of a man gripped with feelings of loss. Emotions laid bare on a tender night-drive dub with tinkling synths, recalling the memories of an unearthly beauty."
V.A. - Rocksteady - The Roots Of Reggae
V.A.
Rocksteady - The Roots Of Reggae
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Moll-Selekta)
23,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 12.05.2017
Brand New 2017 Recut - finally available on Vinyl for the First time. 2LP+Mp3 in full Original Coverart. The legendary movie soundstrack based out of Kingston, Jamaica in April 2008, telling the story of the original vocalists and musicians involved. The sixteenth release on the Moll-Selekta label shares its title with a wonderful film, a heartwarming homage to the golden age of rocksteady. It documents the recordings being made for this very album at the Tuff Gong studios, Kingston, Jamaica in April 2008, telling the story of the original vocalists and musicians involved. Excerpts from an all star reunion concert staged in Kingston and older archive material complete the picture. Never before in the history of Jamaica, which already occupies a unique place on the world map of song, its sound embraced by western popular music, has such an illustrious collection of singers and players been assembled. The album showcases 15 rocksteady classics in sparkling, deeply inspired new versions, recorded in the studio which also played host to album sessions of a certain Bob Marley. Under the musical direction of Ernest Ranglin, a guitarist of considerable renown not only on the reggae circuit, but also on the jazz scene, mixed by legendary engineer Errol Brown - in Duke Reid’s employ at the Treasure Isle studio in the sixties - and freshly arranged by Lynn Taitt.
Dennis Alcapone - Guns Don’t Argue
Dennis Alcapone
Guns Don’t Argue
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Radiation Roots)
24,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 12.05.2017
Cementing his reputation as the star toaster with the small but popular El Paso sound system, based in the Waltham Park area, Dennis Alcapone was one of the first deejays to rise to prominence following U Roy’s breakthrough in the late 1960s. Born Dennis Smith in the rural district of Culloden, he became immersed in sound system culture after settling in western Kingston. Once El Paso became big on the sound system circuit, dental technician-turned-producer Keith Hudson brought him into the studio for his debut recordings, which led to a debut album for Studio One and hit material for Duke Reid, some cut in concert with his deejay sparring partner, Lizzy. Alcapone’s longstanding links with Bunny Lee yielded the excellent Guns Don’t Argue album, first issued in 1972, on which the toaster raps with style over some of Lee’s all-time greatest rhythms, including Delroy Wilson’s ‘Better Must Come,’ John Holt’s ‘Left With A Broken Heart’ and Slim Smith’s rendition of the Temptations’ soul classic ‘Ain’t Too Proud To Beg.’
Aggrovators - Rasta Dub 76
Aggrovators
Rasta Dub 76
LP | 1976 | EU | Reissue (Radiation Roots)
24,99 €*
Release:1976 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 12.05.2017
During the mid-1970s, the Aggrovators could do no wrong. This ace team of session musicians that was forged as an off-shoot of the Soul Syndicate were responsible for some of the biggest hits of the decade, recorded with Bunny Lee’s rising stars, such as Johnnie Clarke and his rival, Cornell Campbell. Following on from the great Shalom Dub set of 1975, Rasta Dub ’76 is another truly magnificent dub set culled from Aggrovators hits (by Johnny Clarke, Cornell Campbell and others); this time, the entire album was given a scintillating mix-down at King Tubby’s studio by the great Prince Jammy, and the sonic excellence has stood the test of time. Another must-have for all connoisseurs of dub.
I-Roy - Can't Conquer Rasta
I-Roy
Can't Conquer Rasta
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (Radiation Roots)
24,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 12.05.2017
Born Roy Samuel Reid in Saint Thomas in 1944, I Roy was one of Jamaica’s all-time greatest deejays. A natural-born toaster, his rhyming raps always sounded effortless, whether describing the harsh realities of the inner city, or making light of nonsense nursery rhymes. A former employee at Customs and Excise, he was first active on a sound system called Soul Bunnies in the rock steady era, moving to Son’s Junior in 1968, and later, to the legendary Supreme Ruler of Sound, defecting to the rival Stereo sound system after that. Hits for Harry Mudie and other producers soon followed, and after the killer debut album Presenting I Roy impacted overseas, the toaster began spending frequent periods in London. His longstanding working relationship with hit-making producer Bunny Lee led to some of his most noteworthy albums during the mid-1970s; the 1977 set Can’t Conquer Rasta is a superb ‘showcase’-style album, on which the toaster blows hard lyrics over five of Lee’s killer ‘rockers’ rhythms (recorded with the likes of Johnny Clarke), each complete with a corresponding Aggrovators dub on the flip, all mixed by Prince Jammy at King Tubby’s studio.
Congos, The - Heart Of The Congos 40th Anniversary Edition
Congos, The
Heart Of The Congos 40th Anniversary Edition
3LP | 2017 | US | Original (17 North Parade)
32,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 19.05.2017
The album classic was originally issued in 1977 in Jamaica only and 20 years later in 1997 released by the Blood & Fire label as the outstanding but now deleted "Heart Of The Congos". VP Records' sub-label 17 North Parade release now the definitive 2017 re-mastered 3CD / 3LP deluxe edition put together with both respect and gratitude to that illustrious antecedent. This new 3 disc-set and 3LP-Vinyl-set is the first to feature the now almost impossible to find, original mix of the album, unavailable since producer Lee Perry withdrew the set in 1977 following the refusal of Chris Blackwell's Island Records team to licence the album (Disc 3), together with the more well-known mix, dubs, disco mixes, seven and twelve inch versions and "Don’t Blame It On I" an overlooked previously unreleased track unearthed (Disc 2) and the 'Blood & Fire' Kevin Metcalfe master (Disc 1).
Undefined - After Effect
Undefined
After Effect
7" | 2016 | JP | Original (Newdubhall)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / JP – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 05.05.2017
Hailing “Experimental Dub Music from the Far East” as their concept, a Japanese label New Dub Hall established in 2017 welcomes their first release in a 7" vinyl by UNDEFINED, a dub unit consisting of drums and keyboards.This is the first release launched from a dub unit UNDEFINED formed by Sahara (keyboards and programming /ex THE HEAVYMANNERS) and Ohkuma (drums/SOUL DIMENSION). Feel the mirage of piano echoing throughout the reverberant sounds and noises created by analog instruments on side-A, coupled with a deepened minimal dub of mystic melody overlapped with repeating drum fill tight and cut down to its extreme on side-B.
Cornell Campbell - Ropin'
Finley Quaye - Maverick A Strike Colored Vinyl Edition
Finley Quaye
Maverick A Strike Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 1997 | EU | Reissue (Music On Vinyl)
20,99 €*
Release:1997 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 05.05.2017
Originally released in 1997 during the heyday of the alternative UK Electro scene, Finley Quaye's debut Maverick A Strike struck a chord with many. Fusing Dub, Reggae, Pop, Triphop and Indie, his amalgam of styles resonated throughout the music world like no other record at the time.
Culture - Two Sevens Clash 40th Anniversary Edition
Kingston All Stars - Dubwise Black Vinyl Edition
Kingston All Stars
Dubwise Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Roots & Wire)
17,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 05.05.2017
The foundation of this dub album was created by some of the finest sessions musicians ever to grace the studios of 1960’s & 70’s Jamaica. Their instruments were the cornerstone to countless Dub LP’s that began to surface in the early 70’s and continued on into the 80’s creating a whole new genre of music. As they did back in the early days of dub, the Kingston All Stars gathered together in Kingston, Jamaica at Mixing Lab Studios and laid down a series of riddims that would lay the groundwork for what comes next: the singers. Both Greenwich Farm rasta, Prince Alla, and falsetto, Cedric Myton of the The Congos, contribute vocals to the album but half of the riddims on this LP are, to date, unreleased, and have yet to be voiced.
Delroy Wilson - Go Away Dream
Delroy Wilson
Go Away Dream
LP | 1982 | UK | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
19,99 €*
Release:1982 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 27.05.2017
A reissue of a classic roots reggae album, originally released in 1982.
King Tubby & The Aggrovators - Dubbing In The Back Yard
King Tubby & The Aggrovators
Dubbing In The Back Yard
LP | 1982 | UK | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
19,99 €*
Release:1982 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 27.05.2017
A reissue of a classic dub/reggae album, originally released in 1982.
V.A. - Jamaican Rockers 1975-1979
V.A.
Jamaican Rockers 1975-1979
LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Kingston Sounds)
15,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 28.04.2017
Some of producer Bunny Lee's best cuts from the second half of the '70s, collected on a fine vinyl record.
Wrongtom Meets The Ragga Twins - In Time
Wrongtom Meets The Ragga Twins
In Time
LP+7" | 2017 | UK | Original (Tru Thoughts)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Preorder 28.04.2017
‘In Time’ is the new album from renegade roots and reggae producer Wrongtom and Hackney’s veteran breakbeat/jungle MC’s the Ragga Twins. ‘In Time’ strips back the jungle, D&B, garage sound that the Ragga Twins are recognised for pioneering today, to take you back to the ‘80s reggae and dancehall landscape where they started out. Throughout the record, the Ragga Twins recall and explore a 30-year-long journey, where they uncover prescient lyrics and stories of their youth. Wrongtom provides the beats and riddims as a perfect setting for this celebration of the dancehall and reggae scene.The vinyl release comes as a 12”+7” package, all housed in full colour sleeve. Album download card also includes upfront ‘In Dub’ version of the album, these dub versions will only be available on the vinyl download card for the moment, until officially being released later in the year.
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