Review: This re-issue combines two 12"s. "Tribute To Bob Marley" was originally released on the Top Ranking International label in 1981, soon after the Wailer's death in May, and provided an outstanding cut on Horace Andy's exclusive album set issued the following year in London by Solid Groove. The flip side featured Jah Batta's DJ cut "Great Super Star", unaccredited on the original label. Lingering Spirit offers a completely different mix, first issued in England on the red Bullwackie's label in 1983 (its title more reticent now, after the hundreds of Marley tribute records). It was coupled with Horace's compelling interpretation of "Love Hangover" which though Lloyd Barnes himself has always been a soft touch for a bit of lovers - had been principally arranged and recorded by Prince Douglas, the year before.
Review: Melbourne's Modern Hypnosis fly direct to Ausburg Germany for their third instalment. It comes courtesy of rising dub techno conjurer Another Channel a man who's clearly in his element playing the spacious ground between original dub, techno and beats. Analogue to the very core "Lord 35" runs with such a smooth, warm pull and the rhythm focus that switches when the second melodic layer bubbles up to the surface. Flip for even more cavernous bewitching brew with alluring vocals from Enushu Taye. Full immersion.