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More fire outta the Liondub camp!
Today we have one from the Reggae Roast Archives – The digi-dub remix from the first Reggae Roast Vinyl Release ‘Serious’ by the Hempolics. Produced by RackNRuin from Gorgon City who are making big waves at the moment with Radio 1 Playlist and signed to Black Butter Records. TUFF!
Dis how to cut a jimmy Jamaica style…Ya zimmy
For those that missed it, or anyone who wishes to relive the amazing vibes inna di place at Big Chill House on NYE, we have just put this mix up for free download of the incredible General Levy performing live at our new years eve party. Run go tell a fren.
Tune of the day today comes courtesy of Trojan Sound System. We are looking forward to welcoming Earls Gateshead, Trojan frontman to our Bristol Launch tonight @ Exchange in Bristol. Here what he has to say about the track….
The Tune is called “Africa.” It’s about everyone’s aspirations to get to a place where they fit in and feel at home. For black people that might be Africa, for Dreads it might be Zion. All kinds of people have got that yearning, deep inside them.
Superfour wrote the tune and takes lead vocal. Chucky Bantan sings the chorus. Earl Gateshead and Daddy Ad produced it.
Check this sick tune from DJ Shepdog, this is his contribution to the “Call Mi A Yardie” remixes putting Stylo G’s acapella nicely on top of Dub Phizix & Strategy’s massive “Marka” riddim.
Check DJ Shepdog tomorrow night at Reggae Roast East-Side!!
Tickets available here
Wah Wah 45s are very excited about the new album they have ready, by who they consider to be the UK’s best dub reggae band, Resonators. Wrongtom recently did a sterling job remixing their last single that they released last month HERE
Resonators debut album for Wah Wah 45s is due to drop on vinyl, CD and digitally on 5th of November. There is a huge launch party event at The Scala on November 10th featuring Trojan Sound System, J star, and many many more. Details HERE
Check out the video for the single B.A.S.I.C below.