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Shuruaat Aur Ant
Shuruaat Aur Ant (10" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PRTL 10023. Rel: 05 Jan 21
  1. Shuruaat Aur Ant (4:55)
  2. The Beginning & The End (4:29)
Review: This is a limited 10" from the always on form and in demand Alpha & Omega who offer up one of their golden oldies, 'Shuruaat Aur Ant', from all the way back in 1991. The A-Side was previously an album only cut that now deservingly gets its own side of wax, and the flip 'he Beginning & The End ' is a dub version that has never before been on wax in any form. The opener is a true hypnotic dub roller thank tot he haunting Hindi-sampled vocal that drifts above insistent drums. The flip is stripped of that so takes on a rather darker feeling.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $16.14
Everybody Loves The Sunshine (reissue)
Everybody Loves The Sunshine (reissue) (7" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: VR 02R. Rel: 10 Dec 20
  1. Everybody Loves The Sunshine (4:34)
  2. Everybody Loves The Sunshine (dub version) (4:34)
Review: Awesome sulltry Japanese only cover version of Roy Ayers annual summer anthem.Essential dubbed out bliss on the flipside.Limited stocks !Second time around for Robert 'Dubwise' Browne's sweet and sweltering reggae cover of Roy Ayers classic 'Everybody Loves The Sunshine', which appeared and disappeared from record stores in double-quick time earlier in the year. If you missed out then, we'd recommend taking a listen, because it offers the perfect fusion of leisurely, organic reggae grooves, spacey synths, twinkling pianos, super-soulful lead vocals from Browne and brilliant backing vocals from an all-female collective of singers. It also comes with a deliciously horizontal, spaced-out dub version on the flip - a revision that features even more intergalactic synth squiggles amongst the head-nodding grooves and delay-laden vocal snippets.
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Foot Pedal Dub
Foot Pedal Dub (10" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PRTL 10022. Rel: 06 Jan 21
  1. Centry meets Manasseh - "Foot Pedal Dub" (3:58)
  2. Centry meets Manasseh - "Basement Dub" (4:08)
  3. Centry - "Old King Cole" (2:46)
  4. Centry - "Old King Dub" (2:54)
Review: Partial are not mucking about in early 2021 as they unleash an avalanche of new 10"s that dig deep into the annals of dub history and come up with plenty of golden oldies well deserving of a reissue. On this one, UK dub stalwart's Centry and Manasseh step forward with 'Foot Pedal Dub' and 'Basement Dub' which are well wanted by the dub community and are previously unreleased raw instrumental dub cuts from 1991. Sound system plays from the likes of Aba Shanti helped establish them then and have kept them in the news since. 'Old King Cole' is from 1992 and is a sick instrumental with blazing horns.
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Pollution
Pollution (10" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PRTL 10021. Rel: 06 Jan 21
  1. Pollution (3:15)
  2. Pollution (dub) (3:16)
  3. Pollution (dub - part 2) (3:13)
  4. Pollution (False Locks version) (3:16)
Review: The latest essential EP from Partial Records takes us back to 1996, mining a now sought-after EP from Jah Warrior and soulful vocalist Naph-Tali. In its original vocal mix form, 'Pollution' sits somewhere between Melodica-laden roots reggae, '90s digi-dub and the up-tempo, hard-edged UK steppers sound, albeit with a distinctive percussive shuffle full of military-band style drum fills. It's rather good all told, with the accompanying dubs - the second of which wasn't released first time round - delivering sizable bass-weight, echoing percussion hits and hazy late-night textures aplenty. The EP-ending 'False Locks' version is a dub style revision two, with Jah Warrior subtly paying tribute to the similarly raw, weight and digital effects-laden productions of fellow UK scene stalwart Mad Professor.
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Lowah
Lowah (7")
Cat: MUSCUT 19. Rel: 25 Nov 20
  1. Jah (4:41)
  2. Azamat (2:28)
  3. Sawboy (2:06)
Review: Muscut's releases tend to meld existing musical forms into interesting new shapes, and this three-tracker from St Petersburg producer Marble is no exception. While rooted in the deep bass and distinctive rhythmic patterns pf dub, it's not like any dub record we've heard before. That's no bad thing though, because 'Jah' and 'Asamat', in particular, are superb, with the Russian artist combining jazzy woodwind sounds - some 'as played', others electronically manipulated - with touches of subtle surf-rock guitar, deep bass, and rhythms created from unusual electronic sounds. Even more brilliantly bonkers is 'Sawboy', where what sound like energetic clarinet solos stretch out across a squelchy, TB-303 bassline.
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Push Push
Push Push (7")
Cat: STIX 051. Rel: 25 Nov 20
  1. Push Push (4:08)
  2. Push Push (version) (4:10)
Review: Four years have passed since we last heard from Taggy Matcher, the reggae, dub and dancehall alias of musical polymath Bruno 'Patchworks' Hovart. 'Push Push' sees him reunite with semi-regular collaborator Eve-Line Lamarca AKA LMK, a singer and toaster whose distinctive style was last heard on a 2017 tribute to Yabby You's 'My Enemies Riddim'. She naturally does a terrific job on the A-side full vocal version of 'Push Push', reciting her own dancehall style lyrics over a skanking, digital reggae riddim from the ridiculously talented Hovart. His backing track, which prioritizes synth-brass, deep bass and Hammond organ sounds, can be heard in full on the flip.
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Gespielt von: Charles Maurice
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Alpha
Alpha (10" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PRTL 10024. Rel: 05 Jan 21
  1. Alpha (4:01)
  2. Alpha Dub (6:34)
  3. Omega Dub (6:51)
Review: British reggae veteran and general all-rounder G.T. Moore come together for this limited edition new 10" and do so to great effect next to the Goldmaster All Stars. 'Alpha' first came out on a CD-only album in 2004 and is here presents don wax for the first time next to 'Alpha Dub' and 'Omega Dub'. All the jams come at you with a traditional roots rockers reggae style with horns-a-plenty, impassioned vocals and fluid riddims that soot mind, body and soul. They are icy cool yet heart warming all at once.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
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Rasta Have The Handle
Cat: 005464 5969376. Rel: 10 Dec 20
  1. Hugh Mundell - "Rasta Have The Handle" (4:09)
  2. Roots Radics - "Dangerous Match Two" (3:08)
Review: Hugh Mundell with the Roots Radics is a fine combination. Here, a reissue of one of the legendary duo's best moments takes you straight to a heady dub sound from 1982 on this crucial 7". It features an authorised version backed by a World Cup winning Scientist dub and all produced by Henry 'Junjo' Lawes, and recorded at the iconic Channel One. The slow motion dub is plump and earthy, with little guitar riffs and lead harmonica doing their thing up top. Perfection.
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Alben
Lock In
Lock In (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DRP 29LP. Rel: 07 Jan 21
  1. Special Edition (feat MC Slave) (7:30)
  2. SixEight (8:27)
  3. This Room (7:05)
  4. Trickle Down (9:22)
  5. Avengers (8:50)
  6. Soldier (7:59)
  7. Hope For A Generation (feat Lisa Tomlins) (8:55)
  8. 114 (8:39)
Review: During the pandemic lockdown, Fat Freddy's Drop looked themselves away in the iconic Michael Fowler Centre in the band's hometown of Wellington, New Zealand. There was no audience as a reflection of the weird times, but they still set to jamming out a wealth of conscious songs of freedom and hope for a generation. Their whole studio was relocated to the venue along with an MPC and allowed the band to turn out slow burn classics like 'Soldier', 'Hope' and 'This Room' as well as test drive 'Avengers', which was a brand new track in the making.
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The Face Covering Riddim
  1. Barry Issacs - "Mask Up"
  2. Winston Reedy - "Hit The Road Jack Medley"
  3. David Jahson - "Giving Praises"
  4. Fish & The Inn House Crew - "Masked Up Piano"
  5. The Inn House Crew - "The Face Covering Riddim"
  6. The Inn House Crew - "Masked" (dub)
  7. The Inn House Crew - "Masked" (dub)
  8. The Inn House Crew - "Masked" (dub)
  9. The Inn House Crew - "Masked" (dub)
Review: Producer Lewis M and all-star reggae studio band The Inn House Crew have enjoyed a very successful 2020, delivering a swathe of must-check releases in their distinctive roots-reggae style. They're at it again here, offering up an EP of vocal and dub cuts inspired by the current global pandemic and based on the Inn House Crew's superb 'The Face Covering Riddim'. Barry Isaac sets the tone with a soulful plea for mask-wearing compliance ('Mask Up'), before regular collaborator Winston Ready re-purposes some of the lyrics from 'Hit The Road Jack' and David Janson delivers a more traditional Rastafari interpretation on 'Give Praise'. Elsewhere, pianist Fish delivers some evocative solos on 'Masked Up Piano', while Lewis M and Ben bell deliver a quartet of weighty 'Masked' dubs.
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 in stock $10.76
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