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Jungle Revolution (10th Anniversary Edition)
Jungle Revolution (10th Anniversary Edition) (yellow vinyl LP + green vinyl LP)
Cat: BD 227X. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Jungle Souljah (4:04)
UK Allstars (Congo Natty Meets Benny Page mix) (4:57)
Revolution (4:55)
Get Ready (5:21)
Jah Warriors (Congo Natty Meets Vital Elements mix) (4:48)
Nu Beginingz (3:53)
Jungle Is I & I (Congo Natty Meets Vital Elements mix) (4:11)
London Dungeons (Congo Natty Meets Boyson & Crooks mix) (4:49)
Rebel (4:35)
Micro Chip (Say No) (5:24)
Review: Congo Natty celebrates a decade of revolutionary jungle music with this anniversary reissue of a classic. Originally released in 2013, this album remains a cornerstone of the genre, blending reggae, hip-hop, and jungle influences into a powerful sonic tapestry. With timeless tracks like 'UK Allstars' and 'Jungle Souljah,' Congo Natty captures the spirit of the underground rave scene with infectious beats and socially conscious lyrics. This anniversary edition breathes new life into the record with remastered tracks and additional content, reminding listeners of the enduring legacy of jungle music and Congo Natty's vital contribution to its evolution.
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 in stock $29.57
Instrumental Dubs #2
Cat: ISLELP 012. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Tracy Kerr - "If U Want My Lovin'" (instrumental dub) (5:21)
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - "Today's Your Lucky Day" (dub mix) (7:00)
Idiater Edwards - "Loving Sweet Devotion" (Sweeter mix) (4:32)
Mad Professor - "H2S04" (6:13)
Original Rockers - "Push Push" (The Underwater World Of Jah Cousteau mix) (5:10)
Review: Isle Of Jura propel their Instrumental Dubs series further forward with a second release. Capturing the etheric essence of the 'version' and ready-making it for the present day, the nominal series welcomes contributions and reissues from new and old producers alike. This time around, we're met with a slow, George Kerr-produced cut from 1984, 'If You Want My Lovin', followed by a Brit-funk-esque instrumental from Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes, originally released on the Philly World label. The A-side closes with the 'Sweeter' instrumental mix of boogie bomb 'Loving Sweet Devotion' by Idiater Edwards; then comes the B-side with that indelible Mad Professor flavour, bucking the dub trend with a syncretic of dub, freestyle and disco; and finally, we end on a touch of next-gen psydub bubbling up from The Underwater World (of Jah Cousteau, that is).
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $23.76
London Town
Cat: IFGGG 003. Rel: 12 Feb 24
London Town (2:52)
London Town (acappella) (4:05)
Review: Zed Bias has been a bass, dub and garage king since forever, but his star shows no signs of diminishing any time soon. For this one he has worked with Shumba Youth on a new single that finds him dipping into a world of dancehall and ragga. 'London Town' is heavy, with real bass weight, churning drums and fizzing digital synths under the superb bars from Shumba who muses on the state of London right now. Next to that are slithering leads and sci-fi pads to make for a fine future vibe. The acappella is served up on the flip for DJs who want to play.
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 in stock $12.66
Bigger Than Jamrock
Bigger Than Jamrock (7" Nachpressung)
Cat: MC 004. Rel: 08 Jan 24
Bigger Than Jamrock (3:54)
Sleng Hop (3:39)
Review: An eagerly awaited repress of DJ Shepdog's 2006 mashup of Damian Marley's 'Welcome To Jamrock' with Dead Prez's 'It's Bigger Than Hip Hop', effortlessly juxtaposing one of contemporary dancehall's most iconic vocals with undeniably one of the fattest basslines ever laid. This iconic pairing is flanked by ultra fun cut 'Sleng Hop' uniting the original Dead Prez acapella with another of the world's most famous basslines- Prince Jammy's Casiotone MT-40 'rock & roll' rhythm... You do the math!
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 in stock $16.37
Disco Deception
Cat: LVD 004. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Take Me As I Am (feat Horseman)
90% Of Me Is You
Love Me Right
You Got What You Wanted
Funkin' For Jamaica (NY)
Funkin' For Jamaica (NY) (dub)
The Model (feat Horseman)
The Model (dub)
Dub Fever
Review: With his Disco Deception album, Prince Fatty (who links up with Shniece for the occasion) delivers a captivating blend of disco-infused reggae and soulful grooves. Each track resonates with his signature low-end energy, and is fuelled by Fatty's impeccable production and Shniece's soul-stirring vocals. From funky basslines to shimmering horns, the album captures the essence of classic dub and ska while infusing it with modern flair and plenty of hooky horns and melodies. Shniece's dynamic range and emotive delivery elevate each song to really create a magnetic atmosphere that keeps listeners engaged from start to finish, all with character to spare.
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 in stock $26.40
Cat: LVD 001. Rel: 04 Sep 23
Expansions (feat Shniece) (4:06)
Expansions (dub) (4:13)
Review: Prince Fatty's new independent record label Lovedub Limited kicks off with a super 7" from the man himself. It is in fact something of an homage to the 1970s jazz-funk of Lonnie Liston Smith but with some hefty dub and reggae treatment. Shniece Mcmenamin stars on vocals and brings plenty of summer soul to the groove which is also lit up with free-flying flute lines over steady reggae rhythms that will sink you in deep to Winston "Horseman" Williams and Carlton "Bubblers" Ogilvie's drums, organ and piano. On the flip is the dub with the iconic Liston-Smith melody leading you through a lazy afternoon in style.
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 in stock $15.84
Tokyo Riddim: 1976-1985
Cat: TIME 016. Rel: 24 Jan 24
Miki Hirayama - "Tsukikage No Nagisa" (4:22)
Miki Hirayama - "Denshi Lenzi" (3:46)
Chu Kosaka - "Music" (5:12)
Izumi Mimi Kobayashi - "Lazy Love" (4:16)
Junko Yagami - "Johannesburg" (5:06)
Miharu Koshi - "Coffee Break" (4:43)
Marlene - "Hittin' Me Where It Hurts" (4:55)
Lily - "Tenkini Naare" (3:12)
Review: The more erudite record digger will know that Japan has long since had a thriving ska, dub and reggae scene. This new entry in the Nippon series from London's Time Capsule label proves that - Tokyo Riddim 1976-1985 dives deep into its early days when J-reggae artists were looking to the likes of UB40 and The Police for inspiration rather than the Jamaican originators. And you can hear that here in this fine collection of backbeat gems which are playful, loose and catchy, with subtle hints of city-pop and new-wave sounds. These tracks have only been available in Japan before and are now sure to find a welcome new audience on European shores.
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 in stock $27.73
 in stock $13.99
Clash (180 gram red vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: BSRLP 839. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Rizla Skank (5:03)
Spike Heel Shoes (3:41)
Natty Dread Ah Carry The Swing (3:25)
Natty Dread On The Ball (3:42)
Jamaican Dollars (4:14)
Shelly With The Electric Belly (3:36)
Step It Brother Clem (3:01)
Stumbling Block (3:12)
Cricket Loving Cricket (4:17)
Natty Passing Through A Curfew (3:22)
Natty Dread Is Not The Prodigal Son (4:23)
Starsky & Hutch (4:36)
Review: Clash, first released in 1977, was one of a series of definitive reggae albums to highlight the eminence of the soundclash, in which two reggae or dancehall crews rig up opposing soundsystems in a face-to-face musical standoff. Fashioning this album after the competitive form, Dillinger's sparring partner in this case is 'Trinity' aka Wade Brammer, who was active during the 1970s and 80s. Trinity as Dillinger is best known for deejaying over reggae and dancehall numbers; Clash albums became very popular at the tail-end of the 1970s and into the next decade, with singers and deejays alike competing for status, track by track.
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 in stock $23.76
If You Were Only Mine
Cat: RS 7028. Rel: 21 Feb 24
If You Were Only Mine (3:12)
Bellevue Special (instrumental) (3:02)
 in stock $16.64
Arcade Addict
Cat: JTR 714. Rel: 23 Jan 24
Arcade Addict (3:11)
Proper Tings (3:04)
Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $13.47
We Are Reggae
Cat: JS 7S365. Rel: 22 Feb 24
We Are Reggae (3:32)
Go Find Your Own Way (3:22)
 in stock $24.28
Pure & Clean
Cat: PRTL 12023. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Pure & Clean
Pure & Clean (version)
Pure & Clean (remix) (3:41)
Pure & Clean (Dubplate mix) (3:40)
Review: Tracking right back to the very earliest days of Alpha & Omega, 'Pure And Clean' first emerged on their debut album King & Queen back in 1989. It's the kind of evergreen, dubwise steppers which could just as easily have been put out last year on ZamZam Sounds, but this is in fact a repress of the reissue Partial put out back in 2013. You get the original album cut on its own side of 7", plus of course an additional excursion on the flip to take you deeper into the sound. This is musical meditation at its finest, and given how quickly past copies have flown out, you won't want to get too comfortable until it's home and safely spinning on the platter.
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 in stock $15.31
Alternative Funk: Volume 1 (reissue)
Cat: PLA 023R. Rel: 20 Sep 22
Stanislas Noel & Jean-Christophe Utz - "Money Money" (0:30)
Scoop! - "Caravan" (3:27)
Son Of Sam - "Anti Apartheid" (4:16)
From Raushenberg - "About Fritz" (4:01)
Fist Of Facts - "Fire Breath" (2:14)
Philippe Laurent - "Rapide" (5:45)
Vox Populi & Man - "Alternative Fresh" (3:22)
Zoohtee - "Track 8" (3:00)
Kosa - "Nykowe" (1:20)
Randall Kennedy - "Smith's Room" (2:35)
The Arms Of Someone New - "Cool As Christ" (4:09)
Human Backs - "Takayama Rising" (5:12)
ONY - "Give It To Me" (1:31)
Vox Populi & Man - "Megamix" (2:17)
Review: There's an awful lot going on here, and as such plenty to talk about. Alternative Funk: Volume 1 is both a compilation and reissue, with the original outing landing on cassette in the early-1980s on VP231, a label set up by Pacific 231, AKA Pierre Jolivet. The albums were the brainchild of Axel Kyrou and Francis Man, founders of the legendary Vox Populi!, and their aim was to showcase far out sounds, at least som of which were their own.

What we have in the modern iteration is a snapshot of that expansive and often hallucinatory aural odyssey, with seminal and lesser known artists resting side-by-side on the track list. Stylistically broad, running the gamut from dub percussion to cold wave and industrial, it's yet more evidence of just how fertile a decade the 80s were.
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 in stock $22.17
Sexual Healing
Cat: JS7S 380. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Jimmy Riley, Sly & Robbie & The Taxi Gang - "Sexual Healing" (4:55)
Sly & Robbie & The Taxi Gang - "Appealing Sexy" (5:27)
Review: Jimmy Riley, Sly & Robbie, and The Taxi Gang join forces on Sexual Healing: Jet Set Japan to deliver some superb reggae-infused renditions of soul icon Marvin Gaye's timeless classics. With Riley's smooth vocals, Sly & Robbie's legendary rhythm section and The Taxi Gang's stellar musicianship, each track is a vibrant fusion of different musical worlds. From the infectious grooves of 'Sexual Healing' to the laid-back vibes of 'Let's Get It On', these tunes have a magical air and irresistible charm that serve as a masterful tribute to Marvin Gaye's legacy, reimagined with the distinctive flair of Jamaican reggae.
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 in stock $27.73
Roughness (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: TFGC 024. Rel: 23 Jan 24
Echology (4:04)
Humble (3:36)
Eightyone (3:40)
Roughness (4:07)
 in stock $17.95
I Don't Mind
I Don't Mind (dusty pink vinyl 7")
Cat: SBESTS 337. Rel: 15 Feb 24
I Don't Mind (3:20)
Dub Don't Mind (3:14)
Review: 2Tone icon Rhoda Dakar is back on suitably dusty pink vinyl 7" given that it drops the day after Valentine's Day. This one is another reggae-infused cover following the success of her latest album, 'Version Girl.' 'I Don't Mind' was originally penned by Peter Shelley of Buzzcocks but here gets the Rhoda treatment, and is an homage to one of Rhoda's favourite songwriters. It pays tribute to Shelley's songwriting prowess and reflects on an encounter with Shelley in 2015. Dakar's soulful rendition of it means 'I Don't Mind' resonates as a timeless tribute.
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 in stock $16.37
DUBREV 005 (hand-stamped 10")
Cat: DUBREV 005. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Garnedd (4:10)
Ghetto Living (4:20)
Review: Vinyl only and lucky if we see one release a year; Moonshine's Dubwise Revolution always keeps us keen with their white label 10s. This is no exception. Crafted by an anonymous source, these spicy versions join the dots in a contemporary, high grade way. Sleng tenging it out with plenty of molten low end, 'Garnedd' brings the soul while 'Ghetto Living' slugs it out with swagger. Grab it while you can.
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 in stock $13.47
Bag O Wire (reissue)
Bag O Wire (reissue) (LP Nachpressung)
Cat: KLP 9077R. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Rock Fort (2:48)
Gully (2:54)
Bag-O-Wire (2:42)
Resovoir (2:56)
Poison Ivy (2:56)
Judas (2:15)
Chapter (2:38)
Warrika Hill (3:02)
Dubonic (2:42)
Skakeboo (2:56)
Dragon Fly (1:57)
Creeper (4:17)
 in stock $15.31
Aurora (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PSI 011. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Aurora (3:11)
Ruminate (4:57)
Review: Few are aware that the historic city of Bristol is still home to secret cabals of subaquatic explorers, the most open secret among which is the Challenger Deep crew. From the depths, one of their many regiments, duo Inner Echo, break the surface tension with two new ones, 'Aurora' and 'Ruminate'. Both tracks are masterclasses in deep dubstep, the first revelling in a low-bubbling lead line that leans heavy on the harmonics, the latter preferring a subtle ambience of piracy and novel Atlantean exploration.
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 in stock $12.66
Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers
Cat: 530305 2. Rel: 09 Jul 09
Is This Love
No Woman No Cry
Could You Be Loved
Three Little Birds
Buffalo Soldier
Get Up Stand Up
Stir It Up
One Love/People Get Ready
I Shot The Sheriff
Waiting In Vain
Redemption Song
Satisfy My Soul
 in stock $22.98
Welcome To The Dub
Cat: GAMM 180. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Welcome To The Dub (9:41)
Dubanova (7:05)
Happiness & Peace (5:42)
Review: It's always a good day when Al Kent is back with new music. This one on Gamm, Welcome To The Dub, finds him dubbing out some lush disco sounds. The title cut is a loopy and jazz-funk-infused number with lovely hi-hats and noodling chords all radiating joy and uplifting energy. 'Dubanova' then takes a more low-slung route with a sleazy guitar riff and nice live drums embellished with smartly overdubbed vocals coated in echo. 'Happiness & Peace' is a quieter affair with echoing hits and a meandering lead that encourages your mind to do the same.
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 in stock $17.69
No Protection (reissue)
No Protection (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: 570096 3. Rel: 02 Dec 16
Protection (Radiation Ruling The Nation) (8:31)
Karmacoma (Bumper Ball dub) (5:58)
Three (Trinity dub) (4:20)
Weather Storm (Cool Monsoon) (7:10)
Sly (Eternal Feedback) (6:19)
Better Things (Moving dub) (5:52)
Spying Glass (I Spy) (5:16)
Heat Miser (Backward Sucking) (6:12)
Review: Given Massive Attack's background, it was almost inevitable that they'd release a dub overhaul of one of their albums at one point. That time came in 1995, when British sound system legend Mad Professor - responsible for some of the greatest UK-made dub records of all time - put his distinctive twist on Protection. 21 years on, the set still sounds sublime: a radical translation that frequently bares only a passing resemblance to the Bristol band's original. It's packed with highlights, from the spaced-out, dub-house rework of "Spying Glass" ("I Spy"), to the ricocheting percussion hits and twinkling pianos of "Weather Storm (Cool Monsoon)", and creepy, delay-laden string surges of "Eternal Feedback (Sly)".
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No No No
Cat: SJR 3397. Rel: 15 Jan 21
Dawn Penn - "No No No" (4:30)
Jackie Mittoo - "Ghetto Organ" (4:18)
 in stock $13.73
Summer Madness (reissue)
Cat: STIX 054. Rel: 06 Sep 21
Summer Madness (3:19)
Use Me (3:39)
Review: Stix Records is the sub-label of superb French outlet Favorite Recordings, and it is reserved for heavy dub cuts. This one finds label regular Mato reworking a classic reggae roller first written by Kool & The Gang. His gorgeous version is perfect for hot summer nights with its languid Fender Rhodes leads and sun kissed beats. It's loved up and perfectly, frankly. On the flip is a reggae rework of Bill Withers', who is sadly no long with us, 'Use Me,' repackaged with a playful harmonica lead and more grinding chords over the gently tumbling beats.
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 in stock $12.94
I Can Be Cool
Cat: DAP 1097. Rel: 19 Jul 16
I Can Be Cool (3:45)
I Can Be Cool (version) (3:48)
 in stock $7.14
I Want Your Love
 in stock $12.14
Catch A Fire
Catch A Fire (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 536006 8. Rel: 25 Sep 15
Concrete jungle (4:09)
Slave Driver (2:49)
400 Years (2:42)
Stop That Train (3:49)
Baby We've Got A Date (Rock It Baby) (3:55)
Stir It Up (5:32)
Kinky Reggae (3:35)
No More Trouble (3:58)
Midnight Ravers (4:54)
 in stock $21.11
Lover Like Me
Cat: DAP 1119. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Leon Dinero - "Lover Like Me" (3:15)
The Inversions - "Conscience In Heavy" (3:11)
 in stock $7.14
Rocking Time
Rocking Time (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: MO 02. Rel: 12 Feb 24
Rocking Time (3:24)
Rocking Time (dubwize) (3:19)
Review: Monyaka's 'Rocking Time' encapsulates the essence of reggae's infectious groove in just four minutes. Released in 1983, this timeless anthem radiates positivity with its upbeat rhythm and uplifting lyrics. Monyaka's infectious energy and catchy melodies invite listeners to dance and celebrate life's joys and serve as a reminder of reggae's ability to transcend borders and unite people with its universal message of love and harmony. With its irresistible vibe, Monyaka's 'Rocking Time' is a warming gem that embodies the spirit of joy and togetherness that defines reggae.
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 in stock $12.14
Black Star Liner (reissue)
Cat: VPRL 4236. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Black Star Liners (2:43)
Vision Of Redemption (3:01)
I've Got A Joy (3:52)
Son Of The Almighty (2:52)
Sing A Long (3:04)
True Rastaman (3:36)
Don't Babylon Use You (2:49)
Walls (3:13)
Wolf Wolf (2:48)
Time To Change (2:57)
 in stock $20.86
The System (reissue)
Cat: 333 014. Rel: 07 Feb 24
The System (3:21)
The System (version) (3:27)
 in stock $15.31
Journey (gold vinyl LP + insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: RARC 024V. Rel: 20 Feb 24
I'm Not Afraid (3:57)
Mama Africa (5:18)
Journey (3:50)
Jah People (4:11)
Morning Dew (3:55)
Mr Money Man (2:57)
Let It Shine (3:50)
Bongoman (3:48)
Bongoman (version) (3:49)
 in stock $21.11
Rasta See Dem A Come
Cat: MBX 199. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Barry Issac - "Rasta See Dem A Come" (3:35)
Skycru - "Plastic Rice" (feat Alex White)
 in stock $10.04
Past & Present
Cat: DUMBYLP 001. Rel: 29 Jun 23
Past & Present (feat Pupajim) (3:33)
Good Lovin (feat Lady Ann) (3:59)
Sugarwater (feat Hollie Cook) (3:52)
Riddim General (feat Kiko Bun) (3:53)
We Pulsating (feat Solo Banton) (4:11)
Only Love (feat Prince Alla) (3:44)
Rain Keeps Falling (feat Johnny Clarke) (4:12)
Total Disaster (feat Ranking Levy & Shanti D) (3:42)
Control The Border (feat Charlie P & Daddy Freddy) (3:58)
Birds Of Vice (4:10)
Review: Glaswegian reggae soundsystem crew Mungo's Hi-Fi do an Osibisa on their brand new album Past & Present, aiming for both visual and sonic psychedelia while spanning a just-about-right ten tracks of Jamaica-endemic rub-a-dub reggae music, with cameos from the likes of Pupajim, Lady Ann, Hollie Cook, Kiko Bun, Prince Alla, Johnny Clarke and more. The album is the vocal companion piece to their 2021 dub album Antidote, and celebrates the return of verbal communication and love for the hypnotic nature of the subby dub bassline.
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Vortex (feat Yagya, Bluetrain mixes)
Vortex (feat Yagya, Bluetrain mixes) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 08. Rel: 17 Oct 22
Vortex (6:24)
Vortex (Yagya remix) (6:35)
Customization (6:48)
Customization (Bluetrain Special edition dub) (7:50)
Review: After two utterly essential releases on ae Recordings and Primary Colours in 2021, Altone once more delivers the goods for Lempuyang. The label's eighth release brings together two of the most respected heads in the business on remix duties. Altone's deep & pulsing title track 'Vortex' gets Yagya's glacial treatment on the A-side. 'Customization' on the flip gets a Bluetrain rework; with Steve's trademark Special Edition Dub giving the track a dancefloor edge.
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Techno
Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock $10.04
Babylon (12")
Cat: CHAD 17. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Johnny Clarke - "Babylon" (Dancehall mix) (4:34)
Johnny Clarke - "Babylon" (dub) (4:06)
Earth & Stone - "False Ruler" (3:47)
Review: Johnny Clarke and Earth & Stone cooked up some real magic with 'Babylon'. It's a sumptuous sound that offers a symbolic representation of societal oppression and injustice. With Johnny Clarke's haunting vocals and Earth & Stone's mesmerising rhythms, the tune becomes a poignant commentary on the struggles of the marginalised and the quest for freedom. Through those lyrics and hypnotic melodies, it confronts issues of systemic inequality and political corruption, urging people to rise against oppression. As such it is anther great tune that proves the enduring relevance of reggae as a voice for the oppressed.
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Occulte (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MSLP 015. Rel: 24 Mar 23
Egregore (5:50)
Deeper (feat Milton Spencer) (4:40)
Universal Jam (feat Earl Sixteen) (5:51)
Hesperides (5:46)
Herbs (feat Boy Blue) (4:52)
Discorde (6:14)
Substance (6:01)
Visions Of Baal (5:59)
 in stock $21.11
Only You
Only You (7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: OGR 829R. Rel: 07 Dec 23
Donnoya Drake - "Only You" (4:05)
Woodfield Rd Allstars - "Shake Up The Dance" (2:52)
Review: Original Gravity brings the goods once more here with Donnoya Drake. It's a single that first dropped back in summer 2002 but arrives back on wax in time to heat up your Christmas parties. 'Only You' is a cover of a classic jam with an authentic reggae low-end and neat chords that never let up. On the flip, the ever-excellent Woodfield Rd Allstars step up with 'Shake Up The Dance' which has big brassy notes that bring a ska edge to the rocksteady rhythms. Two different but equally effective tunes.
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 in stock $12.94
Bobby Bobylon
Cat: SJR 3847. Rel: 09 Jun 17
Freddie McGregor - "Bobby Bobylon" (2:29)
Dub Specialist - "Hi Fashion Dub" (2:25)
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Reset In Dub
Reset In Dub (limited LP)
Cat: WIGLP 538. Rel: 07 Dec 23
Gettin' To The Point Dub (3:29)
Go On Dub (4:20)
Everyday Dub (3:37)
Edge Of The Edge Dub (5:24)
In My Body Dub (3:32)
Whirlpool Dub (4:54)
Danger Dub (6:54)
Livin' In The After Dub (4:24)
Everything's Been Leading To This Dub (5:17)
Review: Panda Bear aka. Noah Lennox is best known for his formative membership of experimental pop surrealist troupe, Animal Collective. But the Panda Bear alias itself is nowadays of almost equal stature, similarly blending psychedelia, folk, electronic and ambient influences for further, less-restrained takes on the sound. Here on 'Reset In Dub', Lennox reunites with Peter Kember - a former member of the influential space rock band Spacemen 3 - and legendary dub producer Adrian Sherwood. In dubwise style, Sherwood comes through to remix all nine tracks on Lennox and Kember's prior collaborative LP Reset, amounting to a multi-layered, adventurous retake.
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 in stock $24.56
Zero Grace
Cat: BCR 131CD. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Holding On
Sekkle Down
Dance With Me
Disorder Starts At Home
Mercy Tree
Sour Wine
Canary In The Coal Mine
Winrter Is Within Thee
I Got No Answers
Light Up The Darkness
 in stock $13.21
Lighthing & Thunder! The Observer Singles 1969-1972
Cat: DB2CD 118. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Ranny Williams & The Spokes - "Pepper Seed" (CD1)
The Sound Dimension - "Music Police"
Leroy Horsemouth Wallace - "Skankey"
Ranny Williams & The Spokes - "Twin Spin"
Niney - "Cocaine Doctor"
Dennis Alcapone & Lizzy - "Bawling For Mercy"
Lloyd Willis - "Apollo Rocket"
Niney - "Omega"
Dennis Alcapone & Lizzy - "Mr Brown's Coffin"
Niney & The Observers - "Blood & Fire"
Niney - "Lightning & Thunder"
Niney - "Mud & Water"
Niney - "Brimstone & Fire"
Niney - "Message To The Ungodly"
Dennis Alcapone - "You Must Believe Me"
Niney & The Heptones - "Keep On Pushing"
Eric Monty Morris - "Strong Man Medley"
Tommy McCook - "Psalms 9 To Keep In Mind"
The Observers - "Chapter 10"
Niney - "Observing The Ave"
Niney - "Everyday Music"
Niney - "Pick Your Choice"
Max Romeo & Niney - "The Coming Of Jah"
Niney & The Observers - "The Road To Zion" (CD2)
Niney & The Observers - "Hiding By The Riverside"
The Observers - "The Red Sea"
Dennis Alcapone - "Rebel Ride"
Niney & Max Romeo - "Aily & Ailaloo"
Niney & The Observers - "Episode II"
Max Romeo & Niney - "Bearded Men Feast"
Niney The Observer - "International Pum Pum"
Niney The Observer - "Reggaematic"
Niney The Observer - "Big Hole"
The Observers - "Another Pum"
Captain Jack Morgan - "Pop A Water"
The Virgins - "Ital Buddy"
Niney & The Observers - "The Woodpecker"
Niney The Observer - "Wet Panty"
Niney & The Observers - "Discharge No 2"
Max Romeo - "Rasta Band Wagon"
Murt Turt & Purt - "When Jah Speaks"
Niney & The Observers - "Beg In The Gutter"
Niney & The Observers - "In The Gutter"
Max Romeo - "Time Hard aka Promises"
The Hardy Boys - "Time Hard" (version)
Niney The Observer - "Honey Baby"
Niney & Ken Elliott - "Forward Pipe"
Review: By the close of the 1960s, a number of dynamic, independent record producers were beginning to make their mark on Jamaica's fast-developing music scene. Chief among these initially small-time music-makers were the likes of Lee 'Scratch' Perry, 'Edward 'Bunny' Lee and the man whose music provides the focus of this 2CD collection, Winston Holness AKA 'Niney'. As the 70s dawned, the ingenuity, innovation and determination of these three talented individuals saw their influence match and often exceed that of long-established major operators. But while the music and careers of both Perry and Lee have been rightly celebrated, the achievements and influence of Niney have been largely overlooked. This collection is the first in a series of sets that aims to set the record straight, presenting the very best of his output during key parts of his music career. Featuring numerous hits, including the ground-breaking 'Blood and Fire', 'Message To The Ungodly', 'Hiding By The Riverside', 'Beardman Feast', 'Rasta Bandwagon' and 'When Jah Speak', the 2CD set presents 20+ tracks that have remained largely unavailable for over half a century.
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Two Sevens Clash (reissue)
Cat: JGN 7007. Rel: 07 Dec 23
Culture - "Two Sevens Clash" (3:42)
The Mighty Two - "Two Sevens Clash" (version) (3:40)
Review: The classic 'Two Sevens Clash', which Joe Gibbs produced so well, is a timeless reggae outing that gets a welcome reissue here. Anyone of a certain age might remember this as a soundtrack to the years when punk was appropriating reggae sounds. The tune is from an album that was listened to between punk gigs and when not getting beaten up by Teds. The band of course didn't know this would become its fate and in isolation it remains a special listen with some smart mixing desk effects, hissing hi hats and nice dusty and deep low ends.
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Dance With Me
Cat: BCR 171. Rel: 18 Jan 24
Dance With Me (3:49)
Mercy Tree (3:50)
Review: Huzzah! New music from Liam Bailey, who has voiced a couple of the most gorgeous reggae, soul and dub fusion 7"s we've got in our collection in recent years. He has, we're told, recently been recording a new album and the two tunes pressed up here on Big Crown are taken from it. El Michels Affair man Leon Michels is the go-to producer once more for Bailey and they strike gold as always with 'Dance With Me'. It is a hella catchy two-stepper that harks back to the earliest days of reggae. On the flip, 'Mercy Tree' has hard-hitting drums and big horns that come with a powerhouse vocal that speaks of racial tensions that sadly persist throughout the world. It's a standup jam with a potent message.
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The Singles (reissue)
Cat: 094632 1823266. Rel: 19 Jan 18
Gangsters (2:48)
Rudi, A Message To You (2:51)
Nite Klub (3:06)
Too Much Too Young (2:06)
Guns Of Navarone (2:20)
Rat Race (3:09)
Stereotype (3:44)
International Jet Set (4:02)
Do Nothing (3:45)
Ghost Town (5:53)
Why? (3:56)
Friday Night, Saturday Morning (3:35)
War Crimes (4:00)
Racist Friend (3:40)
Nelson Mandela (4:33)
(What I Like Most About You Is Your) Girlfriend (3:58)
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Who Say Jah No Dread: The Classic Augustus Pablo Sessions 1974-75 (remastered)
Jacob Miller - "Keep On Knocking" (4:55)
Rockers All Stars - "Knocking Version" (1:12)
Jacob Miller - "False Rasta" (2:34)
Rockers All Stars - "Hungry Town Scanc" (2:45)
Jacob Miller - "Baby I Love You So" (2:28)
Augustus Pablo - "King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown" (2:31)
Jacob Miller - "Who Say Jah No Dread" (2:36)
Rockers All Stars - "Jah Dread" (2:37)
Jacob Miller - "Each One Teach One" (2:20)
Rockers All Stars - "Each One Teach One" (version) (2:48)
Jacob Miller - "Girl Name Pat" (2:32)
Augustus Pablo - "Gril Name Pat" (version) (2:32)
Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Reggae
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Day Drama/Night Drama
Day Drama/Night Drama (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 10. Rel: 06 Mar 23
Gradient - "Day Drama" (7:55)
Gradient - "Day Drama" (Altone Reshape) (6:42)
Altone - "Night Drama" (6:19)
Altone - "Night Drama" (Gradient Reshape) (7:14)
Review: There's a beautifully symmetrical aesthetic to the latest Lempuyang release that totally mirrors the impeccably positioned and delicately balanced sounds going on in the grooves. Two of the most consistent producers of the last few years - Altone and Gradient - produce creatively related tracks, the former named 'Day Drama' and the latter taking on 'Night Drama'. Then they hand their respective tracks over to each other for remixing duties and bingo, a pretty vital 12" is created, a gorgeous set of shimmering dubs on the A-side, and some heavyweight business for dark rainy nights on the flip. Both producers employ a modern day dub flavour to their minimal, moody techno, with it probably being fair to say that the influence of Maurizio and the Basic Channel label is fairly significant in the worlds of both. Altone's sound is a little grittier and seemingly fizzing with radioactivity, decaying and disintegrating as each offering proceeds, where there's something a bit more spartan and linear about Gradient's grooves, that seem to undulate and reverberate almost invisibly, propelling these exceptionally mixable, enjoyable DJ tools along almost under their own momentum. Nice work all round.
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Tags: Dub Techno
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Tepid Sunshine
Tepid Sunshine (10" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: ILYA 003. Rel: 21 Feb 24
I Like Your Anger (6:17)
Wall Walk (7:34)
How Many Years Of Joy And Suffering (6:53)
Napoli To Nippori (6:47)
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Dubplate #4: Step It Up
Cat: MYD 004. Rel: 16 Jan 23
Step It Up (3:51)
Step It Up (DJN4 & AKI AKI Digi dance mix) (6:02)
 in stock $13.73
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