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.
Review: Get yourself onto a higher plane with this classic slice of higher regions roots from 1978. Walyn Rickets is now known as Pacey and back in 1978 when he lay this one down was a man in fine form. "Jah Is My Light" is a joyous ode to Jah, creation and the motherland with sunshine keys and rickety drums that are loose, organic, authentic. The version pulls things apart even more and reconstructs a wobbly dub that will rattle your joints loose. Timeless and warm, these two heaters are perfect material for the high summer.
Review: The great Reggae deejay and singer, Sandeeno was born in Birmingham, UK but raised in the Jamaican parish of Manchester. Here he steps up for "Giving Thanks & Praises" along with the equally revered Roberto Sanchez on the riddim and dub. This is a big tune with metallic chords hanging in the air over a bubbly, tropical beat that is filled with warmth and soul. The tooting horns bring that chest beating vibe and ensure your audience will be up on their toes. The dub strips things back to focus on the essential drums.