Archive for the Dub Category
1980 dubwise set produced by Pat ‘Jah Lloyd’ Francis featuring tracks recorded by the Roots Radics and the Revolutionaries at Randy’s and Channel One and mixed by Scientist at King Tubbys.
Three murderous steppers dubs on a propulsive, rat-tat-tat rhythm, combining mystical spaciousness with detail and ferocity. Angry-lion bass and smears of brass, fusillades and explosions, scares and shocks, oriental pentatonics, clattering percussion and synthy transcendence — the business. The second mix is nastiest; the third is the wildest and most […]
Currently trading for the price of a Q (give or take) on the 2nd hand market, Intergalactic Dub Rock is clearly in demand for good reason. Rolling ten tonne sub-bass lines under wild space echo FX and melodicas and flutes, it sends us reeling right back to a sound that was much […]
Superlative 70’s dub masterpiece from the Blackheart Man Bunny Wailer Subtle interpretations of cuts from Bunny’s ‘Blackheart Man’ album together with contemporaneous Solomonic disco mixes with unsung dub masters Sylvan Morris and Karl Pitterson at the control tower
Pure, distilled Dub. Upholding Jamaica’s legacy as well as Germany’s unequivocally influential Dub Techno spirit, Moonshine Recordings proudly welcomes their next addition to the roster. On the controls for the 9th full-length album release, a true-to-the-roots, all-analogue musician: Another Channel. Having put himself on the map with releases on Soukah’s […]
Hopeton Brown, better known as Scientist, has been a pioneering figure in the world of dub for 40 years. His early love of electronics proved fruitful when (still a teenager) he was hired at King Tubby’s studio in Kingston. Brown quickly ascended the ranks and became heir to Tubby’s throne, […]
Originally pressed on a now very hard to find 7″, this gem crosses over the dub with disco with the rock and the wave. More Talking Dreads than Heads. Dug out for MFMby Satoshi Yamamura. Comes with original Dub mix and new remixes.
Low Jack and Equiknoxx join Dominick Fernow’s Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement on a new double vinyl expansion of Red Ants Genesis, originally issued on limited cassette in 2018. Recorded in winter 2017, Red Ants Genesisfinds the Hospital Productions boss discovering strength in collaboration following the triumph of his classic Ambient Black Magic (HOS 498CD/LP, 2017), which was conjured with the crucial […]
Krikor is back on the label with a new six tracker. Following up his Pacific Alley lp from last year, we now get Pacific Alley in Dub, taking tracks from the lp and re-working with ample echo and new riddims strictly made for the dancefloor. Spacious pads and Linn drum […]
Jay Glass Dubs sublimates Athenian distress and ennui into plasmic dub ether on Plegnic, his lushly evolved first collection of new material for Ecstatic, following from on from Dubs. Where Dubs was a set of his earliest, hard-to-find tape releases, deconstructing and rebuilding Jamaican dub with Musique Concrete production methods […]
“Imagine the beauty of a peak time Sade production in the days when pop could be massive and inventive, with some Sly & Robbie voodoo magic from their 80’s pop production. Imagine if the brilliance of an Andrew Weatherall remix in the 90’s could meet with the melancholy of Roedelius. […]
This 1976 rare dub album consists of robust Techniques rhythms dismantled and reconstructed by King Tubby to its perfection. Long-expected reissue of one of the most sought after dub albums.
Japanese Reggae / Dub duo based in Nagano, Japan & Brooklyn, NY. Mater (Bass) & Yony (Drums) recorded on cassette & 1/4″ tapes back in 2011 at Studio b.p.m. Brooklyn. Digital album was release from Bill Laswell’s label MOD and finally on vinyl.
Morwell Unlimited aka The Morwells was a reggae group formed in 1973 by Maurice ‘Blacka’ Wellington. After releasing some successful singles in both Jamaica and the United Kingdom they recorded new songs for their 1980 album ‘A1 Dub’.
Long out of print, Dubb Everlasting is a highly rated Dub album by noted sound engineer Errol Brown. Duke Reid’s nephew Errol Brown got his start as a junior sound engineer at his uncle’s legendary Treasure Isle studio. There he made his first tentative steps in production and 1975’s Dubb […]
For the next official reissue Isle Of Jura goes back to 1976 to resurrect ‘Anambra’, the jewel in the crown of Dub, Soul & Funk outfit Ozo. ‘Anambra’ is something of a classic, a unique song that’s slow, ritualistic and spiritual, mixing African & Nyabinghi drumming with a Buddhist Sanskrit […]
Self-composed, produced and financed by Alex Robertson aka I Benjahman, Fraction Of Jah Action, originally a 7 track album, and the handful of 12” singles that preceded were graced by the hands of some of the highest reggae royalty and courtiers. Alpha Boys School alumni trombonist and The Specials affiliated […]
Originally published as a cassette on Gast’s 5 Gate Temple in 2016. An important offering in the British producer’s output. Revitalizing Anglo-Saxon folklore through bassy dub magic. Haunter Records is now remedying the physical unavailability of the album by giving it renewed life as a limited double-LP.
Jay Glass Dubs perceptibly retains the sound’s heavy function and mystic qualities, but subtly updates its palette with a range of nods to shoegaze, darkwave synth styles, and weightless dynamics. The results form a sort of ghostly, filleted subtraction of classic dub architecture, all plasmic tones and diaphanous, boneless structures […]
Years before Scientist and Jammy battled the space invaders, Tradition dreamt up a sci-fi jazz/dub odyssey in north London. Captain Ganja and the Space Patrol is one of the most singular dub albums that barely saw the light of day. A conscious effort to create a new breed of dub […]
Long out-of-print, this classic sophomore album by one of the greatest ska bands ever has been given the proper 20th anniversary treatment. This is a must-have for any Slackers fan, regardless of whether you own the original or not. Having been remastered for vinyl, and pressed on 180gram vinyl, “Redlight” […]