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Singles
Cat: JFR 716. Rel: 27 May 20
  1. Boopsie Boo (2:38)
  2. Boopsie Boo (version) (3:36)
Review: Standby for a much needed reissue of this absolutely gold standard dancehall cut. It's one that fetches over 300 quid on second hand markets and has always been in demand since first release back in 1987. Its easy to see why - the drilling, hard stepping drums and bass, the glistening future-retro synth work that gleans in the sun, and a killer delivery of the vocal line. It is the only tune ever put out by The Banker aka Cecil Campbell and Ini Kamoze, but was an absolute belter then, and still is today.
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Balance (7")
Cat: BHR 7003. Rel: 30 Jun 20
  1. Brother Culture - "Balance" (2:58)
  2. Jamtone - "Use It With Caution Dub" (feat Ital Horns) (3:00)
Review: Here comes a heavyweight, summer ready dub designed for naughtiness. It lands just in time for pubs and bars reopening so expect to hear it bleeding out into he streets form cars, sound systems and balconies as people soak up some rays. The explosive a-side features legendary MC and Brixton local Brother Culture with his "Balance", featuring vocal odes to the herb and wobbling riddims. On the b-side is the superbly heavy "Use it With Caution Dub" where the brass of the Ital Horns takes centre stage alongside dub master Jamtone.
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Dulce Compania (double 12")
Cat: INC 001. Rel: 18 Apr 18
  1. Las Palmas (4:06)
  2. Cual (6:53)
  3. Todo Era Azul (version Afuera) (5:34)
  4. Todo Era Azul (Siempre dub) (4:33)
  5. GEPD (6:02)
  6. Acostados (9:00)
  7. Esteban (5:04)
  8. Yo Ran (Do) (8:01)
Review: While he's previously released a fair number of EPs under a variety of aliases (Deejay Xanax, Dj Wey and Luis included), Brian Pinyero has only one DJ Python release to his name. Dude Compania, his first full-length under any pseudonym, is therefore something of a game-changer. It's rather fine, too, offering a leisurely stroll through attractively intergalactic deep house pastures in the company of tracks built around interesting, off-kilter drum patterns. Highlights are plentiful, from the glacial chords and aqueous melodies of vintage ambient house style shuffler "Todo Era Azul (Siempre Dub)" and atmospheric broken house workout "Acostados" (where field recordings of distant traffic rise above fluttering synthesizer loops and delicately programmed percussion), to the ultra-deep and positive brilliance of closer "Yo Ran (Do)".
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Cat: NUP 063. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. Ganja Socks (3:47)
  2. Ganja Socks (version) (3:47)
Review: Long running dub dons Nice Up! unveil a brand new talent on their latest: that man is Escape Roots, a Glaswegian producer and Mungo's HiFi's Walk n Skank resident who calls upon vocalist Dandelion to muse on the many different joys of ganga. Riding on classic dancehall rhythms with hooky guitar riffs and tumbling claps, Dandelion touches on toothpaste, butter, soap and the titular Ganga Socks. It's tongue in cheek, head in the clouds stuff that will have you skanking for days. For those who like it more stripped back, flipside "Version" is where it's at.
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Side Trakx Volume #6 (green vinyl 7")
Cat: AOS 610. Rel: 28 Oct 19
  1. Love Me Like Cooked Food (3:11)
  2. Secrets (feat Andre Foxxe) (2:17)
Review: Alex "Omar" Smith traditionally uses the "Sidetrakx" series to release music that doesn't fit with his club-rocking house and techno 12" series. Even so, few would have expected him to use the latest edition - the sixth in total - to offer up a dancehall cut featuring Jamaican singer and MC Nardo Ranks. "Love Me Like Cooked Food" features Ranks chatting and singing in Patois above a dancehall "riddim" rich in rubbery bass guitar, echo-laden machine drums and flanged guitar riffs. It may be a curveball, but it's rather good. Over on the flip, "Renault used car salesman" John FM guests on a lo-fi R&B/soul workout that also includes some deliciously tongue-in-cheek, poodle perm-sporting soft rock guitar solos.
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  1. Frankie Paul - "Don't Pressure Me" (3:31)
  2. Pinchers - "Grammy" (3:40)
  3. Thriller U - "Give Me Collaterals" (3:39)
  4. Thriller U - "Give Me Collaterals" (version) (3:31)
Review: Top Ranking Sound continue their fine run of form with another big hitter this July. Frankie Paul leads the charge with "Don't Pressure Me" and its rugged drums, tumbling bass and hooky riffs. all with some summery steel drums layered in to finish things off in Caribbean style. Pinchers take the second slot with the more natty and physical "Grammy", which has a real edge to it as the drums roll on. Things slip into more digital territory on Thriller U's "Give Me Collaterals", which has oodles of echo and reverb to flesh out the bottom end. A second version offers another fresh perspective on this crisp dub.
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Tickle Me (12")
Cat: TRS RR17. Rel: 30 Jun 20
  1. Frankie Paul - "Tickle Me" (3:44)
  2. Yellow Man - "Gaze" (3:49)
  3. Mikey General - "I Love You" (3:48)
  4. Mikey General - "I Love You" (version) (3:30)
Review: Top Ranking Sound bring together a wealth fo dub masters for this four track 12". Frankie Paul opens up with a love struck ode that rolls on natty piano chords and is detailed with acoustic riffs to keep things moving. Yellow Man's "Gaze" slows it down, with echoing claps stacked up on top of each other and the sweet piano chords retained. Mikey General then steps up with a version, "I Love You", a tune to tug at the heart strings thanks to the lyrical depth and yearning. A final version of this one closes out a lovestruck package.
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  1. Nadine Sutherland - "Dance Africa" (3:21)
  2. Echoslim X Nicko Rebel X Mr Williamz - "Higrade Skanking" (3:43)
Review: Nicko Rebel Music are back to serve up more top shelf skanking material after their debut release sold out in quick time. The EP introduces a host of debutants including Nadine Sutherland, Echoslim and Nicko Revel who sit next to the more established Mr Micah Williams, a Necessary Mayhem mainstay with skills to burn. Sutherland's "Dance Africa" is a rootsy roller with flabby bass and big trumpet lines accompanying her vocal work, which celebrates the glory of Africa, while B side "Higrade Skanking" from Echoslim X Nicko Rebel X Mr Williamz does exactly what it says on the tin.
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Cat: BRWM 2. Rel: 19 Dec 06
  1. Youths Of Today
  2. Youths Of Today (version)
Review: Born in 1970, in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Allan Crichton (aka White Mice) is a graduate of three sound systems - Sugar Minott's 'Youthman Promotion', Jammy's 'Hi Power', and his hometown 'Ticka Muzik'. His first break came at Sun Splash in 1985, when he and Little Kirk were called on stage to perform with Tenor Saw. Recording at King Jammy's and Channel One studios, with Junior Delgado at the controls, over next the few years Mice let off a series of records amongst the very deadliest of digital reggae - nearly all on his brother Blemo's Intelitec imprint, out of Miami.
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Cat: BRWM 1. Rel: 04 Nov 19
  1. It's A Shame (3:41)
  2. It's A Shame (version) (3:13)
Review: Born in 1970, in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Allan Crichton (aka White Mice) is a graduate of three sound systems - Sugar Minott's 'Youthman Promotion', Jammy's 'Hi Power', and his hometown 'Ticka Muzik'. His first break came at Sun Splash in 1985, when he and Little Kirk were called on stage to perform with Tenor Saw. Recording at King Jammy's and Channel One studios, with Junior Delgado at the controls, over next the few years Mice let off a series of records amongst the very deadliest of digital reggae - nearly all on his brother Blemo's Intelitec imprint, out of Miami.
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Cat: ITKC 08. Rel: 31 Mar 20
  1. School Days (alternative mix) (3:54)
  2. Version (version) (3:38)
Review: "School Days" was on Montego Bay sound system maestro Allan Crichton aka White Mice's self titled album from 2006 and was always one of the record's most played cuts. Here it is presented as an alternative mix with crisp, hot-stepping beats and steel plated digi-dub percussion. The vocals hang in the air up top and keep hammering home the point. The version on the flip-side is riddled with manic stabs and plenty of echo and dub to make it primed to cook up a little freakiness on the floor.
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Alben
Giant (12")
Cat: BJR 047. Rel: 01 Oct 19
  1. Far East (3:59)
  2. Fast (3:44)
  3. Giant (4:10)
  4. Ivory (4:50)
  5. Super Shaggy (4:58)
Review: Geneva might not even be in the first 10 cities you name when it comes to dub talent, but the Bongo Joe label has been quietly trying to change that over the course of more than 40 releases. The latest comes from new local band Amami and fuse dub with afrobeat and dancehall to make for something refreshingly original. Raphael Anker (Imperial Tiger Orchestra), Gabriel Ghebrezghi (Ghostape, Tapes Adventure, Uberreel) and Ines Mouzoune make up the outfit and they explore dusty trap style dub on the opener, hyperdriven afro dub on "Fast" and a more stripped back rhythm on "Giant". "Ivory" is a funky number with a summery vibe while closing cut "Super Shaggy" stomps hard.
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VP
Cat: 005464 5250313. Rel: 10 Jan 20
  1. Stay So (3:42)
  2. One Way (2:55)
  3. Got To Tell You (3:38)
  4. Balloon (3:12)
  5. Dolla Van (3:12)
  6. Girl Like You (4:18)
  7. Bring Back The Vibes (feat Josey Wales) (3:21)
  8. Fat Under (3:50)
  9. 100% (feat Afro B) (3:51)
  10. Nuh Weh Nuh Safe (feat Bounty Killer) (3:38)
Review: Busy Signal has been blowing up the dancehall scene for a hot minute. He has the ability to cook up real crossover hits as heard on opener "Stay So" (which clocked up an incredible 32 million hits online) and "One Way" (with 17 million). With "Parts Of The Puzzle", the long time star wanted to show off his range, which he duly does across 10 crisp and contemporary cuts. The production is reflective and shiny, with a range of rhythms that take in classic reggae ""Girl Like You"", funk ("Balloon") and deep dancehall ("Bring Back The Vibes (feat. Josey Wales)". It all adds up to a comprehensive, forward looking record from one of the game's best.
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Luna Nueva (clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: BZH 008. Rel: 26 Nov 19
  1. Truenos (3:00)
  2. Gavilan (3:54)
  3. Virgo (3:27)
  4. Baja Y Suda (3:18)
  5. Sum Sum (Cover) (2:34)
  6. Badman (3:52)
  7. Secreto Ritual (3:26)
  8. Clarividencia (3:11)
  9. Truenos (instrumental) (3:00)
  10. Gavilan (instrumental) (3:54)
  11. Virgo (instrumental) (3:28)
  12. Baja Y Suda (instrumental) (3:16)
  13. Badman (instrumental) (3:52)
  14. Secreto Ritual (instrumental) (3:25)
  15. Clarividencia (instrumental) (3:12)
Review: The fascinatingly future-facing reggaeton pairing of Clara! and Maoupa Mazzocchetti unleash their stunning debut album here on Low Jack's Editions Gravats. The Brussels based pair offer eight new cuts that include lead single "Badman". Future trap beats, whirring machines and neon, dayglo synths all light up these bottom-heavy tracks while the frosty, zero fucks given vocals of Clara Amfo finish each track with real power. Instrumentals are also included, but the originals sure do take some beating.
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Mas Amable (LP Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: INC 008. Rel: 24 Jun 20
  1. Te Conoci/Pia/Alejandro/Oooophi (26:24)
  2. Descanse/ADMSDP/Juntos/Mmmm (feat LA Warman) (22:10)
Review: DJ Python's hypnotic take on dembow is second to none. The New York DJ and producer can send you wild with the slowest of tempos and does that again here on his second superb album on Incienso. His tactile drum programming weaves and wanders beneath the most bendy and gooey of synth lines. The tension between those percolating drums and the star gazing keys and pads up top is what makes his music so enthralling - life is slowed to a crawl and everything seems to take on more beauty and resonance as a result. Tracks here are variously coloured with eerie vocal samples, field recordings or deconstructed jungle percussion, and every single one snakes its way into your mind, body and soul. "Mas Amable" may just be one of the albums of the year.
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Watermelon Man (LP + insert)
Cat: PRPLP 039. Rel: 30 Jun 20
  1. Round The Clock Rock (3:16)
  2. See Me Ya (3:19)
  3. My Ghetto Queen (2:57)
  4. Give Me Your Love (3:15)
  5. Jamaican Dance (3:02)
  6. Hold You In My Arms (3:34)
  7. Tired Body (3:12)
  8. Talk Them A Talk (3:21)
  9. Watermelon Man (3:42)
Review: Underrated yet prolific singer Horace Martin's debut album from 1985 remains his best. It is one that fetches high prices on resale markets - if you can find it - so now gets a welcome reissue by Mister Tipsy. It was written at the time when dub, reggae, dancehall and rocksteady were all cross-pollinated with one another and so the nine tracks that make it up are both fresh yet familiar. From sweet rolling odes like "My Ghetto Queen" to slower, more thoughtful tracks like "Give Me Your Love" this is an album for lovers and thinkers alike.
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Chiliagon (green vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ES 1075V. Rel: 24 Sep 19
  1. Move To The Music (feat Rebel ACA) (3:20)
  2. Believe (feat Tankia) (4:20)
  3. Good Suh (2:51)
  4. Wicked Love (2:26)
  5. Spread Out (feat Hype & Fever) (2:57)
  6. Differ (2:26)
  7. If Yuh Ready (feat General Levy) (3:33)
  8. Link Up (feat Matthew Allman, Illaman & Black Josh) (4:54)
  9. Hustle & Flow (feat Illaman) (3:05)
  10. King On The Throne (feat Rodney P) (4:20)
  11. Some Of Us Love Rum (feat Rebel ACA) (3:41)
  12. Trilogy (feat Killa P & Harry Shotta) (4:08)
Review: Spragga Benz first made his mark in the mid 1990s, rising to become one of Jamaica's leading dancehall and reggae artists at the turn of the century. He's been rather quiet of late, though, with "Chiliagon" marking his first album release for almost a decade. It includes plenty of auto-tune-laden contemporary updates of his dancehall sound - with his trademark flow often laden in digital effects - but also touches on more traditional roots reggae, ragga, full band hybrid hip-hop/rock (intriguing opener "Move To The Music (feat Rebel ACA)"), ragga-jungle ("If Yuh Ready" with General Levy), grime ("Hustle & Flow") and the kind of ragged, punchy, heavily electronic club fare popularized by Switch and Diplo's Major Laser project.
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VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 445. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Sceechie Dan - "We A Don"
  2. Lone Ranger - "My Number"
  3. Dennis Alcapone - "Riddle I This"
  4. Kentrus - "It A Fi Bun"
  5. Lone Ranger - "Apprentice Dentist"
  6. King Sporty - "DJ Special"
  7. Prince Jazzbo - "Little Joe"
  8. Jim Brown - "Ragga Muffin"
  9. Mad Roy - "Universal Love"
  10. King Sporty - "Choice Of Music"
  11. King Stitt - "Rhyming Time"
  12. Prince Jazzbo - "Fire Coal Version"
  13. Dillinger - "Fountain On The Mountain"
  14. Michigan & Smiley - "Thank You Jah"
  15. Prince Garthie - "Raindrops"
  16. Jah Buzz - "Automatic Clapping"
  17. Dennis Alcapone - "El Paso"
  18. Big Joe - "Nanny Version Skank"
Review: The Studio One catalogue is the gift that keeps on giving, and Soul Jazz continually play Santa. This latest comprehensive collection is a great compilation of some of the best DJs and MCs to have been involved in reggae. Vital Jamaican stars like Dillinger, Prince Jazzbo and Lone Ranger all feature next to more hardcore names and some choice rare cuts. Spanning the 70s and into the mid-1980s, this 18-track offering gives a glimpse into the evolution of reggae to more digital and dancehall styles that come later, all with specially commissioned sleeve notes by Fashion Records head honcho Chris Lane.
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Cat: JRLP 070. Rel: 29 Jan 20
  1. Can I Change My Dub (3:42)
  2. Once Upon A Dub (3:14)
  3. Who Done Dub (4:20)
  4. Dancing Dub (3:47)
  5. If I Were A Dub (3:44)
  6. True Believer In Dub (3:47)
  7. Train Is Coming Dub (4:21)
  8. Here Comes The Dub (3:42)
  9. Who Cares Dub (4:13)
  10. Money Dub (3:49)
  11. So Long Jenny Dub (2:45)
  12. Keep On Dubbing (2:52)
Review: Delroy Wilson's voice is one of the most distinctive in reggae - his velvet tones lend extra soul to any tune he appears on. When he linked with Bunny Lee he found a perfect musical sparring partner and the pair turned out plenty of hits during the 1970s. Some of the very best are pulled together here and all cut with drum and bass rhythm kings themselves Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare. As such this is a buttery smooth ride into the deepest rams of the smoothest flowing dub, and is an essential addition to any self-respecting dub fan's shelves.
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