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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: Disco-infused reggae and soulful grooves are on the agenda as Prince Fatty takes to the controls with regular vocal colllaborators Shniece and Horseman along for the ride too. For the Disco Deception album, he raids the reinvents various classics in the image of his own signature low-end energy and impeccable production, giving us original and dub mixes to choose from in several cases. His version of Krfatwerk's 'The Model', which features both Shniece and Horseman, was an underground smash when it emerged a couple of years back and sounds as vital as ever. 'Fever', made famous by Peggy Lee as far as 1958, gets some soul-stirring vocals from Shniece, and Tom Browne's 'Funkin' For Jamaica (NY)' is a glory of funky basslines to shimmering horns. A magnetic atmosphere that keeps listeners engaged from start to finish, all with character to spare.
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Black Rabbit
Cat: LVD 005. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Black Rabbit
Black Rabbit (dub)
Review: As well as navigating the realms of dub and reggae, infusing each track with his signature vintage sound and infectious grooves, Prince Fatty is well known for taking famous songs and flipping them into reggae territory, a wonderful mix of the familiar and the unepxected that usually works wonders on the dancefloor. With the fantastic 'Black Rabbit,' dub don Prince Fatty masterfully tackles Jefferson Airplane's 60s anthem 'White Rabbit', which took its inspiration from Lewis Carroll's surreal story Alice In Wonderland but hooked those references up to the drug experiences of those countercultural rtimes. The A-side is graced by with the vocals of regular Fatty collaborator Shniece, whose performance does more than simply ape Grace Slick's, adding lines and heaps of her own personality, while rich basslines, swirling echoes and soulful melodies all showcase some exceptional production skills. Naturally, there's a dub version on the B-side, and all in all this a testament to Prince Fatty's enduring influence in the contemporary reggae scene.
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Spanish Town
Spanish Town (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ISLELP 013. Rel: 28 Feb 24
Hombre Peligroso (4:28)
Central Village (3:19)
The Negotiator (3:47)
Naranja Colina (3:15)
Grants Pen Steppers (4:55)
Peace Chalice (3:36)
The Reunion (3:18)
Cascada (4:55)
Alligator Pond (4:16)
Review: Ronnie Lion is one half of Ambient Warrior and this is his debut solo outing. It finds him paying homage to Spanish Town, which is the capital of St Catherine in Jamaica and that is apparent from the off with its lush Spanish guitar notes fluttering over the face of the dubbed-out low ends and shiny digital chords. Lead guitarist Sean Wilkinson pays plenty of the guitar and the rhythm section has Ronnie himself on bass while Horseman is on drums to bring a heavy foundation. Up to the intricate and memorable hooks add the colour and charm and elements of Bossa Nova and Flamenco guitar also help add extra layers to this fine debut.
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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
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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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Bigger Than Jamrock
Bigger Than Jamrock (7" reeditado)
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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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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No One (Can Tell I)
No One (Can Tell I) (limited 7" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: ZAMZAM 94. Rel: 12 Feb 24
No One (Can Tell I) (4:15)
Listen (4:19)
Review: Vinyl-only imprint ZamZam Sounds is edging towards 100 releases and will surely hit that milestone at some point in 2024. This is release number 94 and comes courtesy of Innamind alumni and South London sorts Traces. A-side 'No One (Can Tell I)' is the more obviously dub-minded of the pair, with echoing vocal snippets, delay-laden drum machine cymbals and percussive hits riding a skeletal, sub-heavy 'riddim' that adds dubstep swing to a 21st century dub groove. Over on the flip, 'Listen' is a more orthodox dubstep workout - all jaunty but moody grime style stabs, fiendish wobble bass and hot-steppin' South London beats. As usual, the seven-inch is ultra-limited and comes housed in a hand-printed sleeve.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
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Zero Grace
Zero Grace (limited 'sea glass' translucent green vinyl LP (indie exclusive))
Cat: BCR 131LPC2. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Holding On (2:49)
Dumb (2:08)
Sekkle Down (3:16)
Boy (2:37)
Dance With Me (3:44)
Disorder Starts At Home (3:35)
Mercy Tree (3:48)
Sour Wine (3:08)
Canary In The Coal Mine (3:13)
Winter Is Within Thee (3:10)
I Got No Answers (3:08)
Light Up The Darkness (3:58)
Review: Big Crown Records is proud to present Zero Grace, Liam Bailey's sophomore album on the label. Following the success of 2020's Ekundayo album, the tried and true chemistry of Bailey and producer Leon Michels (El Michels Affair) is on full display again as they take the sound they established and push it further. On Zero Grace they lean more into the bleeding heart singer-songwriter side of Liam. The album is full of freedom and love; working with Leon Michels and Big Crown Records has encouraged Liam to be himself. On opener 'Holding On', Bailey speaks to his observations & fears when looking out at the world in front of him and also to the dedication it has taken to get on the other side of his personal trials & tribulations. 'Dance With Me', meanwhile, is an instantly infectious two-stepper that nods to those incredible soul records that were coming out of Jamaica during the early reggae days. Bailey addresses the racial tensions that plague humanity and encourages everyone to step up and do their part to help foster equality. What starts out as a declaration of injustice turns into a call for action and an inspiration for hope.
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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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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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Mercedes Benz
Cat: LVD 003. Rel: 12 Jan 24
Mercedes Benz (4:31)
Mercedes Benz (version) (3:36)
Review: Prince Fatty's 'Mercedes Benz' with Shniece and Horseman is a rub-a-dub version of a 1970s hit from Janis Joplin that now gets a very special pressing courtesy of Lovedub Limited. The A-side kicks off with the spine-tingling and epic original vocal before disappearing into a world of reverb. At that point the dubby low end arrives and brings a different vibe to the stunning vocals but one that really makes a mark next to new bars from Horseman, police sirens and funky riffs. It's a tough sound system groove that is backed with a fine version and has been a firm fixture of Prince Fatty's record box for a while now.

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Uncle Reed In The Purple Mine
Cat: IMPTNC 08. Rel: 28 Feb 24
Kirenga (5:18)
Cutima (5:25)
Handa (4:23)
Mogoul (4:23)
Chininga (5:58)
Ichikta (5:33)
Djegda (4:59)
Minia (6:09)
Review: Sergey Dmitriev and Nikita Chepurnoi resurface as Amkarahoi, the experimental project which, the release notes tell us, have prepared an album that "conjures ghosts of 90s chill out tents, aqueous ambient, exploratory turn of the century IDM and echoes of jammy dub." Borne from a largely improvised show that took place in Saint Petersburg, overdubbed and mixed down, it's patient yet wildly exploratory stuff. Amkarahoi is the name of a remote Siberian region and it's easy to see why the pair picked it for this project's name. Uncle Reed In The Purple Mine sounds desolate and sparse, but once we hone in on the details we realise it's taking us though cold, barren atmospheres and into warm, E-hued soundscapes. A thoughtful yet spontaneous slice of immersive ambient you won't regret committing to.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
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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)
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Lickle Wikkid
Cat: RGM 1004. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Tony Roots - "Lickle Wikkid" (feat Jahbar I) (4:10)
Fire House Crew - "Lickle Wikkid" (dub) (4:13)
Clive Hylton - "Jah Is Watching" (4:08)
Fire House Crew - "Watching Dub" (4:16)
Review: Ras Guerrilla opts for a 10" slab of wax for this new one which features two vocal and two dub cuts. Tony Roots is the man main but also featuring on it are Jahbar I, Clive Hylton from Colour Red association, plus the always eager to impress Fire House Crew with none other than Flabba Holt on bass. Four vital cuts of seriously sick roots and lovers rock fusions with head twisting versions so that all moments in the party are catered for.
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One Of These Days (reissue)
Cat: PRTLLP 023. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Humane Beings (3:27)
Humane Dub (3:20)
What About The Story (3:39)
What About The Dub (3:35)
One Of These Days (4:27)
One Of These Dubs (4:22)
Visionary Dream (3:54)
Visionary Dub (3:58)
Pollution (3:13)
Pollution Dub (3:13)
I N I Culture (4:07)
Culture Dub (4:10)
Review: A heavyweight slab of UK roots and dub, originally released on the Jah Warrior label in 1997 and which now hears a welcome reissue via Partial Records. Presented in a showcase style, with each vocal followed by the dub counterpart, One Of These Days was produced by Jah Warrior and mixed by Dougie Wardrop in London. Clean but oppressively weighty in the sub-200-hertz range, every vocal and version here slaps harder than a frozen fish round the dome, but as evidenced by the top end, Warrior sees this as no excuse not to work in endearingly cute flute, Melodica and sci-fi motifs, to which the delays are applied liberally in almost every case. Prime your ears for snappy SFX-laden snake-rattlers such as 'One Of These Days', amid headier, heavier cuts like 'Pollution Dub'.
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Illusion (feat DJ Duckcomb mix)
Cat: ERC 103. Rel: 04 Sep 23
Illusion (6:08)
Illusion (version) (4:30)
Illusion (DJ Duckcomb Discomix) (7:38)
Review: Noted reggae vocalist Barry Biggs comes under the Emotional Rescue microscope here with celebrated LA digger Patrick Billard aka DJ Duckcomb remixing one of his cuts. First up is the original version of 'Illusion' which has big pianos over the clean digital dub. The soaring vocal is obscured by plenty of lush effects and melodies. After a version twists and contorts the original, the DJ Duckcomb Discomix slows things down and ups the dazzling disco vibes but keeps the dub dubby bottom end to ensure plenty of dance floor impact. This is a classy one as ever from this label.
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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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I Chase The Devil (reissue)
Cat: CD 002. Rel: 25 Nov 22
I Chase The Devil
I Chase The Devil (version)
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Arcade Addict
Cat: JTR 714. Rel: 23 Jan 24
Arcade Addict (3:11)
Proper Tings (3:04)
Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $13.49
Pure & Clean
Cat: PRTL 12023. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Pure & Clean (3:30)
Pure & Clean (version) (3:44)
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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Walk & Skank
Cat: JI 002. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Walk & Skank (2:50)
Dubwise (2:57)
Review: Jah Screechy's 'Walk & Skank' on the Just Is label will have you doing just that. It is a tune that really will ignite dancefloors with its infectious rhythm and rich reggae vibes and is a rather timeless anthem that showcases Screechy's distinctive vocal style. It blends effortlessly with the track's pulsating bassline and hypnotic beat to embody the essence of Jamaican dancehall culture. On the flip is a signature 'Dubwise' version with even heavier drum rotations and party-pumping energy. Jah Screechy's status as a reggae legend is assured and this is sonic proof.
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Bam Bam (Stalag Riddim)
Cat: VP 6335-12. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Bam Bam
Bam Bam (Stalag version)
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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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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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Cat: ES 1109V. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Outside (feat Lila Ike) (4:19)
Crown (3:25)
Blood In The Streets (3:57)
Continent (feat Jesse Royal) (4:02)
My Son (3:52)
Wrath (feat Kabaka Pyramid & Capleton) (4:06)
Ocean (3:25)
Stormy Nights (3:19)
History Of Violence (feat Mortimer) (3:43)
Jah Love (4:02)
Harvest (3:43)
Review: Samory I, one of Jamaica's most promising reggae artists to watch, releases his eagerly-awaited solo debut album Strength. The LP follows Black Gold, his 2017 collaborative album with the iconic producer Rory 'Stonelove' Gilligan. Named after Samory I's affectionate moniker for his son, Strength is an 11-track storied opus produced by esteemed Jamaican producer Winta James, whose credits include hits with Protoje, Chronixx and Damian Marley. Samory I said the LP represents "the struggles I've overcome, both mentally and physically." Growing up in Kencot, a rougher neighborhood in Kingston, Jamaica, he faced many adversities and found reggae music as a form of salvation. He used his voice as both an instrument and vehicle for social change in his community. The album is a true reflection of its title, proving that courage and love prevails above all.
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Marcus Garvey
Marcus Garvey (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 535147 3. Rel: 02 Aug 14
Marcus Garvey
Slavery Days
The Invasion
Live Good
Give Me
Old Marcus Garvey
Jordon River
Red Gold & Green
Resting Place
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Mysteries Of The East
Cat: ERC 029. Rel: 13 Mar 23
Mysteries Of The East (5:38)
Mysteries Of The East ('88 Mecca mix) (5:17)
Review: Emotional Rescue has had this reissue in the works for a while, but it was delayed by the sad passing of Steve Coe after the rerelease of The Ganges Orchestra's The Dream. Finally, though, the right time has come for this one to be bacon the racks and it is a much-loved reminder of Coe's wizardry in the studio. It comes with plenty of Eastern flavours to bring something new to the dance floor, not least thanks to tabla disciple turned teacher, Jhalib (Millar), who helped Coe on this one back in 1982. The likes of Danielle Baldelli and chug dons like Andrew Weatherall long favoured it, and if it's good enough for them...

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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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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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We Want Our Liberty
Cat: YU 713. Rel: 09 Feb 24
We Want Our Liberty (3:21)
Liberty Dub (3:19)
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Safari (Lexx mix)
Cat: ERC 097. Rel: 19 Dec 22
Safari (3:56)
Safari (Lexx Discomix) (7:38)
Review: Emotional Rescue closes out another brilliant year with one final hot drop. This sorting 7" Safari by King Sporty was the artist's first ever single back in 1976. It comes after the label has served up plenty of reissues of the man known as Noel Wiliam's tackle but this one might be the best. It's from his album Deep Reggae Roots and is nice tropical excursion with steamy hits, wooden percussive sounds and funky bass over a low-slung groove and chanting vocals. This one is backed with a special disco mix by Lexx that reworks the tune for more lively moments.
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Dubplate #6: Dissolve
Cat: MYD 006. Rel: 03 Jul 23
Dissolve (6:20)
Dr 55 (4:34)
Lower Feels (6:55)
Review: The Mysticisms label welcomes Coral D aka Duncan Stump for a debut outing here that marks the first new music to be part of the ongoing and most excellent Dubplate series. This artist has a long history of crafting "deep dub electronic swing" in his roles in Mock & Toof, FX Mchm and his 6000 Degrees project. This one finds him bringing some dub reggae influences as 'Dissolves' is built on a chugging rhythm with smeared chords. 'DR 55' is then a masterfully laidback digi-dub groove that warps space and time and so leaves you utterly hypnotised.
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Ion Man
Ion Man (LP)
Cat: FBREP 002. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Ion Man (3:40)
Long Iwa (3:49)
Hard Fe Ketch (4:07)
Come Terrible (3:26)
Play Fool (3:42)
Chu Chu Train (3:44)
Chant & Sing (3:32)
Ancient Of Days (3:45)
Review: Ras Teo aka Jah Menelik is back on Forward Bound with a brand new eight track vocal roots offering. It finds him pairing up with bass, kette drum and percussion player David "Jah David" Goldfine and with Roberto "Lone Ark" Sanchez at the helm on everything from key to melodic, guitar to drums and organs and serving up red hot roots jams that centre the culture, too. The sound is timeless and effortlessly alluring with its whimsical melodies and rolling beats all bringing the sunshine into your life under often poignant bars.
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Sunshine Dub Me (Record Store Day RSD Black Friday 2023)
Cat: PIASC 1029EP. Rel: 01 Dec 23
Punch Dub (3:43)
Angry Dub (4:08)
No Trophy Version (3:23)
This Town Version (2:56)
Lying In The Dub (3:54)
Sky Holds The Dub (3:51)
Review: Founding Bees members Paul Butler and Aaron Fletcher recorded the original Sunshine Hit Me on the Isle of Wight in their own home garden studio which they called The Shed. A year after release in 2003 it got recognised with a Mercury Music Prize nomination and spawned some big singles. Now, 20 years on, it arrives once more but in an all-new and dubbed-out fashion. The six cuts include three which have never previously been released in any physical format and bring a fresh dimension to the originals.
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Intérprete: Marco Gallerani
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Hustle! Reggae Disco: Kingston London New York
Cat: SJRLP 368. Rel: 03 Mar 17
Blood Sisters - "Ring My Bell" (7:58)
Derrick Laro & Trinity - "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough" (7:29)
Chariot Sisters - "Do It Nice & Easy" (4:03)
Black Harmony - "Don't Let It Go To Your Head" (7:17)
Latisha - "I'm Every Woman" (3:46)
Ernest Ranglin - "In The Rain" (3:28)
Family Choice - "Reggae Beat Goes On" (4:01)
Risco Connection - "Ain't No Stopping Us Now" (6:08)
Xanadu & Sweet Lady - "Rappers Delight" (6:23)
Sharon Forrester - "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" (5:59)
Carol Cool - "Upside Down" (3:28)
One Blood - "Be Thankful For What You've Got" (7:57)
Charmaine Burnette - "Am I The Same Girl" (4:01)
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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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She's Lost Control
Cat: ERS 054. Rel: 14 Aug 23
She's Lost Control (vocal version) (5:10)
She's Lost Control (instrumental version) (5:12)
She's Lost Control (Lucas Croon dub) (5:17)
She's Lost Control (dub) (5:13)
Review: Emotional Response's tenth-anniversary celebration are brought to a superb close with Benedikt Frey. He serves up a magnificently dubbed out and psychedelic cover version of Joy Division's 'She's Lost Control' across four different versions. The vocal version might be the best for us - it retinas that compelling dark drum funk you expect from the band with eerie synth additions and hefty bass. The instrumental is more slow and dubbed out in a traditional sense with the Lucas Croon dub doused in endless reverb. Last of all is a dub by Frey himself that is full of open space and bass bin distorting headiness.
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Intérprete: Mimi, Piers Harrison
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Hail Me (warehouse find)
Cat: DSR 3037. Rel: 15 Jan 24
Hail Me (3:43)
Hail Me (version) (3:39)
! low stock $6.88
One Way Street
Cat: DKR 270. Rel: 20 Jun 23
One Way Street (feat Val Bennett) (3:55)
Crying Time (feat Roy Man) (2:53)
Review: This is a reissue of a 7" single by Bobby Aitken and The Carib Beats, a Jamaican ska and rocksteady band active mainly during the 1960s. 'One Way Street' comes as a jubilant instrumental number topped off with a chromatic piano and prominent saxophone glidings from Val Bennett. 'Ska Mary', meanwhile, hears Roy Man croon over a bustling dive bar mood, slapping rims and shoulder-raising swings aplenty.
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Zero Grace
Cat: BCR 131LP. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Holding On (2:47)
Dumb (2:08)
Sekkle Down (3:16)
Boy (2:37)
Dance With Me (3:45)
Disorder Starts At Home (3:37)
Mercy Tree (3:48)
Sour Wine (3:09)
Canary In The Coal Mine (3:13)
Winter Is Within Thee (3:10)
I Got No Answers (3:07)
Light Up The Darkness (4:00)
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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)
 in stock $15.70
Licence Your Hand
Cat: G 8909. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Licence Your Hand (5:48)
Man Dem A Get Tight (3:46)
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Come Into My Parlour (reissue)
Cat: HSRSS 0010. Rel: 17 Dec 21
Come Into My Parlour (3:01)
Check Him Out (2:27)
Review: Rocksteady era combo The Bleechers put out a lot of music in a short period of time, with the entirety of their bustling catalogue recorded and released between 1968 and'71. For much of that period they were associated with the Upsetter himself, the late Lee 'Scratch' Perry, and it's two of his productions for the act that are showcased on this Harlem Shuffle 7". Originally released via Upsetter Records in 1969, and tricly to find ever since, 'Come Into My Parlour' is a jaunty, organ-rich affair in which soulful vocals and heady Hammond licks rise above a classic, late-60s Upsetter groove. B-side 'Check Him Out' is equally as alluring, with an arguably stronger vocal and more prominent guitar licks replacing the pair's favoured Hammond B3.
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I Know Myself
Cat: CC 001. Rel: 20 Feb 24
I Know Myself (3:21)
I Know Myself (dub) (3:21)
 in stock $16.40
Get It Right: Afro Dub Funk & Punk Of Recreational Records '81-‘82
Cat: ERC 116. Rel: 05 Sep 22
Scream + Dance - "In Rhythm" (12" mix)
Talisman - "Wicked Dem" (12" mix)
Animal Magic - "Get It Right"
X-Certs - "Untogether"
Electric Guitairs - "Don't Wake The Baby"
Talisman - "Run Come Girl" (12" mix)
Scream + Dance - "Giacometti" (Wicked mix)
Ivory Coasters - "Mungaka Makossa"
Animal Magic - "Trash The Blad"
Scream + Dance - "In Pink & Black"
Review: The Emotional Rescue label has done a superb job of shining a light on the British post punk scene over the last decade or so. It now does so once more in fantastic fashion with a compilation of tunes from Bristol's short lived but much loved Recreational Records. The 10 tunes have been remastered and recut and they all sound as good now as ever. Highlights include X-Certs - 'Untogether' and Electric Guitar's 'Don't Wake The Baby' which sum up the collection perfect with their jangling dub rhythms, heavily treated vocals and oodles of delay all twisting your melon. This releases was included in Bandcamp's Essential Releases 2022.

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Rarities 2010-2020: Japanese Tour Singles
Rarities 2010-2020: Japanese Tour Singles (limited LP with obi-strip + insert)
Cat: SNDWLP 157. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Be Thankful (3:15)
In Your Life (Lisa Tomlins version) (4:13)
Nightclub Daydream (3:35)
Floating Bridge (4:05)
Woah! There's No Limit (alternate version) (4:04)
Thinking Of Dub (3:55)
Makossa No 2 (4:04)
Cosmic Echoes In Dub (3:52)
Review: Fans rejoice - Lord Echo's limited vinyl-only singles is available digitally worldwide at last, as well as compiled on a vinyl album presented in an embossed Japanese printed sleeve and obi strip. Not one to succumb to the pressures of our capitalist overlords, the enigmatic producer continues to tinker away on various projects, including the hefty task of renovating an abandoned Masonic lodge into a recording studio in rural New Zealand. While we patiently await new music, we can revel in versions that escaped the typical overthinking that occurs during the album process, instead reflecting the spontaneity and freedom of a touring artist. All tracks here bar one ('Thinking of Dub') were initially released on short-run 7" singles for Echo's early Japan tours, made only available to dedicated fans who attended the live shows. Without further ado, Soundway presents Lord Echo's 'Rarities', a collection of sought-after singles now made very much accessible to you the people.
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Jump Around (reissue)
Jump Around (reissue) (7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: OGR 838R. Rel: 08 Mar 23
Junior Dell & The D Lites - "Jump Around" (3:46)
Prince Deadly - "Rock The Lawn" (4:14)
 in stock $11.91
Too Much Pressure (40th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: CDLTTR 5002. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Three Minute Hero (2:56)
Everyday (3:01)
They Make Me Mad (2:48)
Missing Words (3:17)
Danger (2:36)
Street Feeling (3:04)
My Collie (Not A Dog) (2:45)
Too Much Pressure (3:48)
Murder (2:41)
Out On The Streets (4:28)
Carry Go Bring Come (2:56)
Black & Blue (3:16)
James Bond (2:21)
Review: Celebrating four decades since its original release, The Selecter's crucial Too Much Pressure receives a well-deserved anniversary edition reissue on clear vinyl. This timeless ska masterpiece continues to resonate with its infectious energy and socially conscious lyrics, upbeat rhythms and Pauline Black's commanding vocals. Together all that creates a potent blend that remains as relevant today as it was upon its debut. This special edition offers fans old and new a chance to (re)discover the album's brilliance, complete with bonus tracks and remastered sound. The Selecter's enduring influence on the ska genre is in part down to this fine album.
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