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  • Exclusive UNOD 2014 Mix & Interview from I-Mitri (Counteraction)
    party and many surprises and you can buy tickets including accommodation in fully equipped flats with en suites bathrooms and kitchens where you have all you need to cook fridge oven microwave kettle and dishes pans and cups as well as 3 day passes with no accommodation if you wished to stay near by in the numerous B Bs and caravan parks or finally single affordable day tickets check www unodweekender com for further links and the full line up RR Which act are you most looking forward to checking at the festival I Mitri There are so many to pick from and choosing one is very difficult So here are a select few Jah Shaka opens the festival with full sound on Friday and last year that was a very unique experience The mighty son of Augustus Pablo The very talented rising star that is Addis Pablo shall be there representing this year with his melodica on Friday alongside Ras Jammy as Suns Of Dub My hero Adrian Sherwood ON U SOUND is there on Saturday on our main stage show arena powered by Mungo s Hifi full sound system The crazy 4 way full sound meets on our Sound System arena Saturday Iration Steppas Blackboard Jungle Aba Shanti Jah Tubbys and Sunday King Earthquake OBF Maasai Warrior Word Sound and Power all on their own sets And finally on Sunday night the might Mungo s HiFI and their Scotch Bonnet show case set on their full sound RR What are your top three tracks at the moment Loving the new JA so called revival scene at the moment Too many to mention but a great track for me is Jesse Royal Modern Day Judas many other great cuts on this riddim to check too more recently for example the tuff Jr Gong Gunman World Been loving the new Vibronics meets Brain Damage album high quality musicianship and sound and serious historical background as close to a dub concept album as it gets My good bredrin s tune also from Leicester Madu Messenger Letter Home is one to check for sure Also been getting great feedback for one of i i own works too Watch out for the brand new tune currently at DUBplate status by the Dubateers ft I mitri Learning Curve on a refix you might just recognise hehe RR What are your thoughts on the current state of the UK Reggae scene and how do you feel it compares with the rest of the world I Mitri This is a very interesting question and a very deep subject It s very interesting as the UK was the gateway through which Reggae dub and sound system culture reached Europe and arguably the rest of the world It also stamped its own identity on both the musicianship but also the sound system tradition which coming from JA to the UK changed to accommodate more of our climate lifestyle and preferences Much heavier sounds a focus on more instrumental

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  • Interviews | Reggae Roast - Page 2
    is the musical project that inspired the genesis of the label I had been a selector for a while and ended up getting connected to Jay Spaker who had been producing electronic music as Double Tiger When we met we realized that we both had the same passion for roots music and a similar vision for expanding the reach of sound system culture beyond its usual niche of dub and reggae We started collaborating on tracks and that s how the project started I see Tour de Force as the musical manifestation of what we stand for Connecting the dots between old and new while preaching the gospel of the sound system There s also a great deal of inspiration that comes from our environment in Brooklyn in our music We re excited to be releasing our first album Battle Cry this month and I think it s a pretty strong statement as to who we are as a crew and sound system RR New York has a very rich history when it comes to Reggae music and you continue to fly the flag for it what is the scene like there at the moment and where do you see it going TDF Similarly to London New York has been a major destination point for the West Indian diaspora so there s an expansive history of Reggae music and culture here You can probably find at least 4 5 reggae parties any day of the week and there s also a vibrant soundclash community Historically the focus in New York has been mostly toward dancehall and bashment although there is also an emerging dub roots scene with labels such as Taitu records Bent Backs Sound and Liondub among others We ve been fortunate to be able to connect with all the various communities through our events and other label projects To us this is the way forward more collaboration and a better understanding of sound system culture which unites all of us We hope to serve as an example and with the amount of labels raw talent and overall creative spirit we feel like New York is on a verge of a new era for Reggae music RR A lot of the older sounds are deeply rooted in tradition and the music they play reflects that what do you think sets you apart from the rest We ve long been inspired by roots culture and foundation and our music and event bookings reflect that Yet we are not part of that era nor have any pretense about waxing nostalgia We re constantly inspired by new sounds and influences and we feel like there s an opportunity to move the music and culture forward without diluting it RR Do you have any advice for anyone thinking of getting into building a Soundsystem TDF I would say do your research take the time to know your rig know its limits and always strive for perfection There s always something new to learn and you constantly need to train your ear just like playing an instrument People often get hung up on gear number of scoops wattage at the end of the day what really matters is that people are enjoying the experience you re creating and that you re making new sound system converts Also once the madness begins get ready to spend a lot money loose relationships and end up with a broken back RR What are your thoughts on the scene in the UK Europe TDF The UK scene has always been inspiring both in terms of music and sound system culture It s been really great to see a significant convergence between the dubstep dub and sound system community over the past few years For us the foundation is really important in maturing the US sound and appreciation and we re looking forward to announcing some new projects and partnerships to continue to support sound system culture and bass music in Brooklyn and the States in 2014 RR Is there anything you d like to say on the big Vinyl vs Digital debate TDF Doesn t matter to us as long as it sounds good on the big rig RR What are your top three tunes at the moment Gorgon Sound Find Jah Way Don Fe Jericho Author Jah Live On RR What are your plans for the future TDF 2014 is going to be a big year for us First off we re releasing our debut LP Battle Cry this month and have plans to tour in the US and Asia to support the album We re also working on a European tour later this fall More importantly we want to make more music and connect with more dubheads around the world Right now is a great time for music Eventually we d like to start developing artists through our label I think it s time for us in the states to catch up For more info on Dub Stuy Sound Tour De Force check out their website http www dub stuy com Tweet Date 17 02 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories Album Of The Week BIG Tunes Documentaries Free Downloads interviews Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Mr Williamz Set The Standard LP Interview Mr Williamz talks about his forthcoming LP on Necessary Mayhem Make sure you come to Reggae Roast Jamdown THIS FRIDAY to catch him live direct in the Dancehall CLICK HERE FOR REGGAE ROAST JAMDOWN INFO Tweet Date 05 02 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes DJ Dates Documentaries Events interviews Reggae News Reggae Roast Stylo G Exclusive Reggae Roast Jamdown Interview We met up with Stylo ahead of his Reggae Roast debut THIS FRIDAY For more info on Reggae Roast Jamdown click here Tweet Date 04 02 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories DJ Dates Documentaries Events interviews Reggae News Reggae Roast Part2Style Exclusive Mix Interview The dancehall rulers from the Far East come fi mash it up When Part2Style come to play they always bring a serious arsenal of dubplates to kill any soundbwoy in session They ve kindly recorded this exclusive mix for Reggae Roast to accompany an interview we did with their crew member Mal Make sure you check the full interview below Tracklist 1 Intro 2 Brother Culture Pop Round PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 3 Protoje Our Time Come PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 4 Charlie P Salud PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 5 Warrior Queen Poison Dart PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 6 Solo Banton Music Addict PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 7 Kenny Knotts Watch How The People Dancing PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 8 Jah Screechy Walk Skank PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 9 Carl Meeks Haul Pull Up Selector PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 10 Tippa Irie P2S Wicked Wild PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 11 Top Cat Everyday PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 12 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Charlie P Sound Man Anthem 13 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Solo Banton Sleepng Lion 14 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Tippa Irie Raggamuffin 15 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Parly B Rub a dub Market 16 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Color T Hot Like We 17 Shanti D Unknown PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 18 Everton Blender Jumbo Jet PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 19 Carl Meeks Come A Dance PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 20 Cian Finn Babylon Sky PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 21 General Levy Incredible PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 22 Mr Williamz Mungo s Hi Fi RAM DANCE FASTER PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 23 Clint Eastwood General Saint Another One Bites The Dust PART2STYLE DUB PLATE RR For those of our followers who haven t come across Part2Style although they should have can you please introduce yourselves P2S We are the sound crew based in Tokyo Japan We run across the world with a keyword Future Ragga and our original tunes and unique dubplates We are also releasing the titles to the world from our label Future Ragga RR Every time we hear a P2S set they are always packed full of dubplates exclusives how important do you think having dubs is to a selector in today s scene P2S Since we make our own tracks exclusive tunes is an inevitable progression To build a good relationship with artists while we link with them and to represent them as our artist and they represent us as their sound it will lead both of us an originality So I always focus on the exclusiveness RR You fly the flag highly for Japan what is the scene like out there P2S A short while ago Reggae scenes in Japan was based on Jamaica and it was above anything else But since we perform actively scenes and fans start to broaden their perspective of reggae music This movement is getting big every second RR What are your thoughts on the UK scene and who are your favourite Soundsystems P2S It is different from Jamaican scene and I feel the uniqueness There is many artist varied in personalities And fans really love reggae music so we consistently do our best to offer a guarantee of wickedness Our favorite sound system is Mungo s Hi fi they are the tuffest and our favorite sound crew is REGGAE ROAST we really respect your movement RR Is there anything you d like say regarding the big vinyl digital debate P2S We still love vinyl and dig the songs and we try to release the songs from our label in vinyl format as possible But when we play as a sound most of the songs we play is dubplate and self produced tunes so we play them in digital format I think these debate would go on for ever but I think every person is different and we all have our own style so I don t mind which format people use low rate and quality of mp3 format is out of the question though RR What are your top three tunes at the moment P2S This is difficult question to answer because we listen to many genres and our favorite songs changed every second lol RR You ve played pretty much every major music festival have you got any highlights P2S I guess Outlook Festival was the most highlights Especially this year when we played at Dub Smugglers stage on the previous night of Outlook I felt the everyones energy and motivation toward Outlook Festival They were ready to party RR Which artists influenced you when you were starting out and which artists continue to inspire you P2S I use to listen to the tapes from Jamaica and was inpire by 80 s and 90 s Jamaican sound system But today I get inspire from artist and players outside Jamaica Especially from the other genres We have Ragga attitude in our background so any musics we absorb it will turn out to be our colors RR You recently started the Future Ragga label what was the thought process behind starting a record label P2S It was necessary result Back in 80 s every sound system in Jamaica owned their label and they experimentally played their dubplate at the dance So make the tracks play at the dance release the songs that mash up the crowd is efficient and from the fans feedback we can drop our individual color to the tunes RR What are Part2Style s plans for 2014 P2S We are going to release the songs that will amaze every reggae fans in the world So you can count on us Tweet Date 21 01 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes Free Downloads interviews Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Hylu Jago Feat Zico Exclusive Mix Interview South East London s finest come correct Hylu Jago have been mashin up dances all over the world for many years now either with the Unit 137 crew or with the onlyjoe band The Unit 137 brand encompasses all the ingredients that are imperative in keeping the tradition of UK based Reggae music alive they run a recording studio record label and soundsystem yet still manage to find time to produce their own music and tour extensively We caught up with the duo to chat about their influences the current state of UK music what the future holds for them RR For those of our followers who haven t come across your music can you please introduce yourselves H J Safe Blessed Love out to the Reggae Roast massive We are essentially a production duo who are part of Unit 137 Sound System record label and studios When we play out we perform as a DJ Hylu and vocalist Jago We are also both part of the ten piece reggae band onlyjoe RR What are your thoughts on the state of UK Soundsystem music at the moment H J The UK sound system movement is doing pretty well at the moment In the UK there is such a rich history and schooling from sounds such as Saxon King Tubbys Jah Shaka Channel One and much more It seems like there s been a recent burst of fresh energy within the scene There are new sounds starting all over the place With that you get an interesting mix of different people getting involved and people from different walks of life coming together We think the main message between sounds is unification it seems to be less about clashing in the UK Saying that it would be great to see some proper clashes happen instead of having random DJs who aren t part of any sound clashing each other at events where a beer costs almost as much as it does to get in Sound System comes from the people and is for the people or at least that s how we think it should be That s why we have been getting involved with street events like Trinity Music London s RumBQ Due to the weather in the UK it s a summer time thing only unfortunately However we are actively searching for an indoor space to continue the events throughout the winter months RR You run a record label a soundsystem and still find the time to produce new music and tour extensively how do you find the time It s very restrictive in terms of having much else in your life Whatever you do if you re in love with it then you are going to be doing it all the time You aren t going to be doing the things that other people do like have evenings watching films or out to see plays or whatever it is that people do Not too long ago someone said to us that the career of an artist is a very selfish one That s kind of true because everything else has to work around the music It s not the other way around H J You ve played some big festivals and sessions this year what have been your highlights The best ones have been the ones with the most link ups between crews We love being able to link up our sound with our brothers Lionpulse from Bristol We have done this a few times over the past year Boomtown Fair and St Paul s Carnival are two that really stand out We had Reggae Roast representing on both occasions as well as a number of other vocalists and selectors from all over the place It s great to have so many creative people coming together through sound system music and culture RR How did you get into the music What are your inspirations We both got into music in similar ways Through pirate radio and listening to music that both our parents listened to when we were growing up Jungle music was a big factor too which was a strong initial exposure to dancehall for us It s funny the different routes everyone takes to find the music they love We aren t close minded to only listening to one type or style That s probably why we play such an eclectic mix of music in our sets H J Is there anything you d like to say regarding the big Vinyl Digital debate We prefer to play vinyl but it s not always practical with travelling around weight size Sometimes you affi fly Ryan Air It s also very frustrating when you turn up to perform at a dance and the decks aren t calibrated properly or the needles are broken but that is another conversation We generally use Serato we don t play MP3 files we only play full quality WAV files We both buy vinyl and support the scene 100 RR Top 3 tunes at the moment H J Mikey General Kuff N Dem Ramon Judah The Vibe Prince Jammo Sheep To The Shepherd RR Which artists are you really feeling at the moment H J All new and old artists that are creating and influencing Basically anyone who is doing their thing properly not being too flash or show off just representing music It s great to discover new vocalists and producers It s wicked when you get collaborations between artists from different countries or vocalists producers from different eras It can sound good to get a lover s rock vocalist on a steppas tune or even a roots vocalist on a hip hop beat It s important to school people You have to show the young ones how to do it otherwise they wont have that certain know how from day We especially feel artists that take time to give something back to the scene in order to help it flourish and grow stronger RR What are your plans for the future We are really looking forward to getting more releases out there We want to double the Unit 137 Sound System at some point too There is so much that we want to achieve and do within music Its great to do separate works from time to time but something that is really important is working together and having a family vibe with what we do RR How important is

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  • Exclusive Mix from J:Kenzo!
    Reggae Roast Tune Of The Day Uncategorized New Releases Reggae Roast Seal Feat Brother Culture Reggae Roast The Flava Feat Brother Culture Mungo s Hi Fi Sound System Champions LP Mungo s Hi Fi Raggamuffin Feat Sugar Minott Daddy Freddy Egoless Like A Nuclear Bomb Super Echo Vital Techniques Mikey B Remix EP Mungo s Hi Fi Ice Cream Love Feat Johnny Osbourne Mungo s Hi Fi No Wata Down Ting Feat Johnny Osbourne YT Kenny Knots Conscious Sound Watch How The People Dancing Reggae Roast The Flava EP Versions Blend Mishkin The Roots Evolution Survival Of The Fittest LP Reggae Roast The Flava EP Feat Brother Culture Adam Prescott Take Control Feat Earl 16 Blend Mishkin Settle Down Feat Exco Levi Reggae Roast Soundsystem Feat Brother Culture Vibration Lab Brass Plant EP Reggae Roast Tonight Feat Earl 16 Johnny Osbourne Adam Prescott Heavenless Riddim Ranking Joe Jahdan Blakkamoore Heavenless Riddim Pad Anthony Metric Man Heavenless Riddm Sugar Minott Jr Dangerous Heavenless Riddim The Drop Waiting For Digital Single Mungo s Hi Fi Kenny Knots Brand New Bangarang LP Mungo s Hi Fi Forward Ever LP Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 2 Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 1 Mungo s Hi Fi Serious Time LP Mungo s Hi Fi Rules Of The Dance Feat Charlie P Kahn Remix Adam Prescott Praises Unto Jah Feat Rod Taylor Adam Prescott Liberation Riddim EP Ghostwriterz Rumours Ed West Telephone Riddim EP Lowki I Lodica Season Of The Harvest EP Clear Vinyl Onlyjoe Play With Fire EP Adam Prescott Meets Charlie P Dj Madd Vs Horace Andy Cuss Cuss 12 Riddim Tuffa Revolution Feat Shanti D Dubplate Fashion Parly B Tradesman Hylu Jago Anansi Riddim EP Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 2 Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 1 Vibronics Jah Music Alpha Omega Pure

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  • Mixes | Reggae Roast - Page 2
    spilled over records in sweaty small rammed out clubs I made the decision very early on to record my records to digital and to fwd to gigs with a laptop based set up My records that way are safe at home and for practical reasons a laptop bag beats carrying record bags on planes and messy hot festivals any day It s also a lot easier to run our own exclusives and dubs as our show whether live or as DJ Selection is at least 80 original music and lots of live vocals either of my own or of one or more of the artists with which CounterAction often tours RR Tea or Coffee I Mitri 95 of the time TEA However there are some moments on long drives after gigs late at night or after very late gigs followed by early airport runs for example when a double shot espresso is NECESSARY RR What are your plans for the future More and more releases session work and collaborations with producers sound systems and promoters around the world First release this year for example featured on the tape is the Get Along tune by AMP Outernational available on JUNO and a few more tunes down the pipeline due to land on vinyl and digital release very soon Also due to the festival taking over our lives this last year we have been sitting on some serious dubplates that I would love to see released through CounterAction Soundz and expect to get on with certainly by the end of 2014 if not before Hold tight Hopefully also UNOD Weekender 2015 and many more after Big up Reggae Roast thanks for the opportunity to share words and sounds with you and the family check www counteractionsoundz com for future gigs news releases and merch Tweet Date 24 03 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes DJ Dates Documentaries Events Free Downloads interviews Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Reggae Rajahs Strictly Dubplates 5 Year Anniversary Mix Bigging up our friends over in India Dubplate style fashion SET IT Tweet Date 11 03 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes Free Downloads Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Tune Of The Day Disorda s Dub Chronicles 41 Top selction yet again from our friend Disorda Play this LOUD Dub Chronicles 41 Kane FM by Disorda Suspect Packages on Mixcloud Tweet Date 10 03 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes Free Downloads Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Exclusive Mix Interview from Dubmatix For the next installment of the Reggae Roast podcast we ve asked the busiest man in Reggae to nice it up Step forward Dubmatix He s got a new LP out in April another set of sample packs due for release and a hectic tour schedule lined up for summer We managed to catch up with him for a quick chat about his time in the music industry and what 2014 has in store RR Easy now Can you give us a little introduction to the Dubmatix sound DM I ve always been a fan of Phil Spector and his Wall of Sound and it s something that tends to be part of my production process layering creating a full sound Musically my sound encompasses a wide spectrum of styles from traditional dub roots rub a dub to dub step electro dub UK Steppers Jungle Ragga and anything else that works but I try to always maintain a reggae influence and vibe RR You ve worked with some of the best well known Reggae singers over the years do you have a favourite collaboration DM I ve enjoyed working with them all but Alton Ellis stands out It was one of his last recordings and he wrote fantastic lyrics Blessing of compassion that really had a strong meaning and beautiful vocal delivery RR I understand you ve got another album coming out in April can you tell us a little bit about what to expect DM The new album is called In Dub and is the first pure dub album I ve released since 2007 Consisting of steppers traditional dub and electro dub Several tracks that have been released on compilations in various parts of the world but never on one album plus about 6 fresh new dub tunes It ll be out on Echo Beach Hamburg Germany across Europe USA Japan and Australia April 24th There is another release due out April 1 a remix EP with the great drum n bass jungle producer Marcus Visionary Digital Soundboy label consisting of all the remixes he s done of my tracks over the past 3 years all in a raga jungle style Digital release RR Over the past couple of years you ve put out a few Reggae based sample packs do you have any plans to release any more DM I just submitted Dub Reggae XL Vol II and Vol III this week Vol I has been on the bestseller list for the past 15 months and has really be a lot of fun for me to hear how people utilize the loops for their own productions Coming down the pipeline is also a preset package for Native Instruments Massive software aptly called Reggae Massive which contains presets aimed at dub reggae steppers dub step and jungle Bass keys organs synths Just wrapping that one up for next week RR Any plans for any festivals tours for 2014 DM I start a 22 date tour March 29th May 3rd where I ll be in Belgium France Germany and Romania then back again starting in Costa Rica July 5 and over to Europe for the summer festival season Best place to check for dates is www dubmatix com RR Anything to add to the big Vinyl Vs Digital debate What s your preference DM I m a child of the vinyl and cassette 70s age and while I love the digital convenience and potential there s something about holding a piece of wax in your hands reading the liner notes and dropping the needle that an MP3 will never replace Sonically vinyl can sound warmer but there are some great plug ins out there to really help replicate nearly indiscernible that warmth and saturation that is present on vinyl UAD Universal Audio does an amazing job But I love the instant gratification of the digital age and music and with 7 radio shows I need music every week and nothing can compete with getting music sent to me digitally There s room for both RR What s the Reggae Dub scene like in Canada How do you think it compares with the UK Europe DM There is a lot of strong musicians and singers in Canada but with a population of 35 Million and having one of the largest land masses in the world the difficulty has always been having or maintaining an infrastructure to foster a stronger reggae community Economically it s almost cost prohibitive to tour having 8 12 hour drives from show to show then add in hotels food gas etc it s not easy or feasible for most bands I see it growing but more and more you ll see Canadian artists look to Europe or the USA to try and develop a career RR Do you have a favourite Reggae Soundsystem DM To be honest being from Toronto I ve not really had a lot of opportunity to experience a proper Sound System event I was in Mexico on a show with King Earthquake 8 scoops and decent power that was an experience for me to watch and see him perform but I m aiming on getting to the spend more time at proper Sound System events this year RR What are your top three tunes at the moment DM Micah Shemiah Dread at the Control Pupa Jim International Farmer Congo Natty Get Ready RR Do you have any advice for aspiring producers starting out DM Write and record as much as possible With each new track you produce you ll learn more about arranging mixing writing and most importantly developing your own style Check out King Tubby s King Tubby meets the Rockers Uptown one of the best dub albums ever recorded to hear what a basic set up of echo reverb a mixing desk and creativity can achieve Take chances experiment with instrumentation FX and production styles To keep up to date with Dubmatix check out the website www dubmatix com Tweet Date 05 03 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes Documentaries Free Downloads interviews Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Tour De Force Dub Stuy Exclusive Mix Interview Brand new Good for you New York s finest step forward Tour De Force is the production monkier of Dub Stuy Soundsystem who are responsible for bringing the real sound of Reggae music back to NY With collabs from some of the biggest Reggae artists from all over the globe and a more exclusive tracks than you can shake a stick at this mix is a treat from beginning to end We caught up with the duo ahead of their debut LP release for a little chat about their time in the music industry and what the future holds for them check it out below RR For those of our followers who ve not come across Dub Stuy before could you give us a brief introduction TDF We re a sound system crew and label based out of Brooklyn New York Specifically we re based in an area called Bed Stuy hence the name Dub Stuy Our neighborhood is famous for being one of the birthplace of hip hop in new york We re fundamentally a record label and event production crew though we re also involved in various projects revolving around promoting sound system culture stateside RR We regard having a Soundsystem of one of the fundamental aspects of Reggae music and we are in the process of building our own how did you get into soundsystem culture and who are your influences in that arena TDF To us the sound system being at the root of the music both historically and conceptually we knew it was an essential starting point for our project On top of that we felt like the standard and appreciation for quality sound has been on a decline here in New York so building a rig was also a statement in that regard We re big fans of foundation sounds such as Channel One Aba Shanti and obviously Jah Shaka We also have a lot of respect for sounds like Mungo s Stand High and OBF who are taking the message and the culture to a newer audience In a way they really paved the way for us RR You ve recently completed your debut album as Tour De Force could you tell us a little bit about the project TDF Tour de Force is the musical project that inspired the genesis of the label I had been a selector for a while and ended up getting connected to Jay Spaker who had been producing electronic music as Double Tiger When we met we realized that we both had the same passion for roots music and a similar vision for expanding the reach of sound system culture beyond its usual niche of dub and reggae We started collaborating on tracks and that s how the project started I see Tour de Force as the musical manifestation of what we stand for Connecting the dots between old and new while preaching the gospel of the sound system There s also a great deal of inspiration that comes from our environment in Brooklyn in our music We re excited to be releasing our first album Battle Cry this month and I think it s a pretty strong statement as to who we are as a crew and sound system RR New York has a very rich history when it comes to Reggae music and you continue to fly the flag for it what is the scene like there at the moment and where do you see it going TDF Similarly to London New York has been a major destination point for the West Indian diaspora so there s an expansive history of Reggae music and culture here You can probably find at least 4 5 reggae parties any day of the week and there s also a vibrant soundclash community Historically the focus in New York has been mostly toward dancehall and bashment although there is also an emerging dub roots scene with labels such as Taitu records Bent Backs Sound and Liondub among others We ve been fortunate to be able to connect with all the various communities through our events and other label projects To us this is the way forward more collaboration and a better understanding of sound system culture which unites all of us We hope to serve as an example and with the amount of labels raw talent and overall creative spirit we feel like New York is on a verge of a new era for Reggae music RR A lot of the older sounds are deeply rooted in tradition and the music they play reflects that what do you think sets you apart from the rest We ve long been inspired by roots culture and foundation and our music and event bookings reflect that Yet we are not part of that era nor have any pretense about waxing nostalgia We re constantly inspired by new sounds and influences and we feel like there s an opportunity to move the music and culture forward without diluting it RR Do you have any advice for anyone thinking of getting into building a Soundsystem TDF I would say do your research take the time to know your rig know its limits and always strive for perfection There s always something new to learn and you constantly need to train your ear just like playing an instrument People often get hung up on gear number of scoops wattage at the end of the day what really matters is that people are enjoying the experience you re creating and that you re making new sound system converts Also once the madness begins get ready to spend a lot money loose relationships and end up with a broken back RR What are your thoughts on the scene in the UK Europe TDF The UK scene has always been inspiring both in terms of music and sound system culture It s been really great to see a significant convergence between the dubstep dub and sound system community over the past few years For us the foundation is really important in maturing the US sound and appreciation and we re looking forward to announcing some new projects and partnerships to continue to support sound system culture and bass music in Brooklyn and the States in 2014 RR Is there anything you d like to say on the big Vinyl vs Digital debate TDF Doesn t matter to us as long as it sounds good on the big rig RR What are your top three tunes at the moment Gorgon Sound Find Jah Way Don Fe Jericho Author Jah Live On RR What are your plans for the future TDF 2014 is going to be a big year for us First off we re releasing our debut LP Battle Cry this month and have plans to tour in the US and Asia to support the album We re also working on a European tour later this fall More importantly we want to make more music and connect with more dubheads around the world Right now is a great time for music Eventually we d like to start developing artists through our label I think it s time for us in the states to catch up For more info on Dub Stuy Sound Tour De Force check out their website http www dub stuy com Tweet Date 17 02 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories Album Of The Week BIG Tunes Documentaries Free Downloads interviews Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Part2Style Exclusive Mix Interview The dancehall rulers from the Far East come fi mash it up When Part2Style come to play they always bring a serious arsenal of dubplates to kill any soundbwoy in session They ve kindly recorded this exclusive mix for Reggae Roast to accompany an interview we did with their crew member Mal Make sure you check the full interview below Tracklist 1 Intro 2 Brother Culture Pop Round PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 3 Protoje Our Time Come PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 4 Charlie P Salud PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 5 Warrior Queen Poison Dart PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 6 Solo Banton Music Addict PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 7 Kenny Knotts Watch How The People Dancing PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 8 Jah Screechy Walk Skank PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 9 Carl Meeks Haul Pull Up Selector PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 10 Tippa Irie P2S Wicked Wild PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 11 Top Cat Everyday PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 12 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Charlie P Sound Man Anthem 13 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Solo Banton Sleepng Lion 14 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Tippa Irie Raggamuffin 15 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Parly B Rub a dub Market 16 PART2STYLE SOUND feat Color T Hot Like We 17 Shanti D Unknown PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 18 Everton Blender Jumbo Jet PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 19 Carl Meeks Come A Dance PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 20 Cian Finn Babylon Sky PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 21 General Levy Incredible PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 22 Mr Williamz Mungo s Hi Fi RAM DANCE FASTER PART2STYLE DUB PLATE 23 Clint Eastwood General Saint Another One Bites The Dust PART2STYLE DUB PLATE RR For those of our followers who haven t come across Part2Style although they should have can you please introduce yourselves P2S We are the sound crew based in Tokyo Japan We run across the world with a keyword Future Ragga and our original tunes and unique dubplates We are also releasing the titles to the world from our label Future Ragga RR Every time we hear a P2S set they are always packed full of dubplates exclusives how important do you think having dubs is to a selector in today s scene P2S Since we make our own tracks exclusive tunes is an inevitable progression To build a good relationship with artists while we link with them and to represent them as our artist and they represent us as their sound it will lead both of us an originality So I always focus on the exclusiveness RR You fly the flag highly for Japan what is the scene like out there P2S A short while ago Reggae scenes in Japan was based on Jamaica and it was above anything else But since we perform actively scenes and fans start to broaden their perspective of reggae music This movement is getting big every second RR What are your thoughts on the UK scene and who are your favourite Soundsystems P2S It is different from Jamaican scene and I feel the uniqueness There is many artist varied in personalities And fans really love reggae music so we consistently do our best to offer a guarantee of wickedness Our favorite sound system is Mungo s Hi fi they are the tuffest and our favorite sound crew is REGGAE ROAST we really respect your movement RR Is there anything you d like say regarding the big vinyl digital debate P2S We still love vinyl and dig the songs and we try to release the songs from our label in vinyl format as possible But when we play as a sound most of the songs we play is dubplate and self produced tunes so we play them in digital format I think these debate would go on for ever but I think every person is different and we all have our own style so I don t mind which format people use low rate and quality of mp3 format is out of the question though RR What are your top three tunes at the moment P2S This is difficult question to answer because we listen to many genres and our favorite songs changed every second lol RR You ve played pretty much every major music festival have you got any highlights P2S I guess Outlook Festival was the most highlights Especially this year when we played at Dub Smugglers stage on the previous night of Outlook I felt the everyones energy and motivation toward Outlook Festival They were ready to party RR Which artists influenced you when you were starting out and which artists continue to inspire you P2S I use to listen to the tapes from Jamaica and was inpire by 80 s and 90 s Jamaican sound system But today I get inspire from artist and players outside Jamaica Especially from the other genres We have Ragga attitude in our background so any musics we absorb it will turn out to be our colors RR You recently started the Future Ragga label what was the thought process behind starting a record label P2S It was necessary result Back in 80 s every sound system in Jamaica owned their label and they experimentally played their dubplate at the dance So make the tracks play at the dance release the songs that mash up the crowd is efficient and from the fans feedback we can drop our individual color to the tunes RR What are Part2Style s plans for 2014 P2S We are going to release the songs that will amaze every reggae fans in the world So you can count on us Tweet Date 21 01 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes Free Downloads interviews Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Hylu Jago Feat Zico Exclusive Mix Interview South East London s finest come correct Hylu Jago have been mashin up dances all over the world for many years now either with the Unit 137 crew or with the onlyjoe band The Unit 137 brand encompasses all the ingredients that are imperative in keeping the tradition of UK based Reggae music alive they run a recording studio record label and soundsystem yet still manage to find time to produce their own music and tour extensively We caught up with the duo to chat about their influences the current state of UK music what the future holds for them RR For those of our followers who haven t come across your music can you please introduce yourselves H J Safe Blessed Love out to the Reggae Roast massive We are essentially a production duo who are part of Unit 137 Sound System record label and studios When we play out we perform as a DJ Hylu and vocalist Jago We are also both part of the ten piece reggae band onlyjoe RR What are your thoughts on the state of UK Soundsystem music at the moment H J The UK sound system movement is doing pretty well at the moment In the UK there is such a rich history and schooling from sounds such as Saxon King Tubbys Jah Shaka Channel One and much more It seems like there s been a recent burst of fresh energy within the scene There are new sounds starting all over the place With that you get an interesting mix of different people getting involved and people from different walks of life coming together We think the main message between sounds is unification it seems to be less about clashing in the UK Saying that it would be great to see some proper clashes happen instead of having random DJs who aren t part of any sound clashing each other at events where a beer costs almost as much as it does to get in Sound System comes from the people and is for the people or at least that s how we think it should be That s why we have been getting involved with street events like Trinity Music London s RumBQ Due to the weather in the UK it s a summer time thing only unfortunately However we are actively searching for an indoor space to continue the events throughout the winter months RR You run a record label a soundsystem and still find the time to produce new music and tour extensively how do you find the time It s very restrictive in terms of having much else in your life Whatever you do if you re in love with it then you are going to be doing it all the time You aren t going to be doing the things that other people do like have evenings watching films or out to see plays or whatever it is that people do Not too long ago someone said to us that the career of an artist is a very selfish one That s kind of true because everything else has to work around the music It s not the other way around H J You ve played some big festivals and sessions this year what have been your highlights The best ones have been the ones with the most link ups between crews We love being able to link up our sound with our brothers Lionpulse from Bristol We have done this a few times over the past year Boomtown Fair and St Paul s Carnival are two that really stand out We had Reggae Roast representing on both occasions as well as a number of other vocalists and selectors from all over the place It s great to have so many creative people coming together through sound system music and culture RR How did you get into the music What are your inspirations We both got into music in similar ways Through pirate radio and listening to music that both our parents listened to when we were growing up Jungle music was a big factor too which was a strong initial exposure to dancehall for us It s funny the different routes everyone takes to find the music they love We aren t close minded to only listening to one type or style That s probably why we play such an eclectic mix of music in our sets H J Is there anything you d like to say regarding the big Vinyl Digital debate We prefer to play vinyl but it s not always practical with travelling around weight size Sometimes you affi fly Ryan Air It s also very frustrating when you turn up to perform at a dance and the decks aren t calibrated properly or the needles are broken but that is another conversation We generally use Serato we don t play MP3 files we only play full quality WAV files We both buy vinyl and support the scene 100 RR Top 3 tunes at the moment H J Mikey General Kuff N Dem Ramon Judah The Vibe Prince Jammo Sheep To The Shepherd RR Which artists are you really feeling at the moment H J All new and old artists that are creating and influencing Basically anyone who is doing their thing properly not being too flash or show off just representing music It s great to discover new vocalists and producers It s wicked when you get collaborations between artists from different countries or vocalists producers from different eras It can sound good to get a lover s rock vocalist on a steppas tune or even a roots vocalist on a hip hop beat It s important to school people You have to show the young ones how to do it otherwise they wont have that certain know how from day We especially feel artists that take time to give something back to the scene in order to help it flourish and grow stronger RR What are your plans for the future We are really looking forward to getting more releases out there We want to double the Unit 137 Sound System at some point too There is so much that we want to achieve and do within music Its great to do separate works from time to time but something that is really important is working together and having a family vibe with what we do RR How important is it to have your own Soundsystem in today s scene H J It depends what people want to do and how they want to push themselves For us it was a really important step that we needed to make In general the most important element is having fun and being creative Whether that is through organizing events performing producing or just dancing It s all part of what makes the scene Tweet Date 09 12 2013 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes DJ Dates Documentaries Free Downloads interviews Mixes Non Reggae news Reggae News Reggae Roast Will Tee Descendant Music Exclusive Mix Interview Following on from our recent podcasts interviews with the likes of Chopstick Dubplate Riddim Tuffa here s a real treat for the Roots crew Descendant Music is a record label headed by UK reggae producer Will Tee It was launched in 2012 and has seen Tee release collaborative work with household name Jamaican artists as well as talent closer to home He s already getting some massive support from the likes of David Rodigan Aba Shanti Jah Shaka Channel One many more RR Can you tell us a bit about the idea behind Descendant Music and how it all came together WT Well I d had a string of instrumental releases on other labels but I d always wanted to be putting out vocal tunes both to bring in new artists and musicians as well as working with artists that I d listened to growing up Really it s about being able to release music on my own terms having a label and platform that could evolve with me as I evolve as a producer and basically just be a home to me and maybe a handful of others I d been planning to start the label for a while but had been busy with my final year of uni in 2011 2012 so I d planned things out in my head and continued saving bits of money together until late 2012 when I felt the time was right and I kicked things off by pressing the Peace EP That s how it got started RR You ve had a really good 2013 so far what are some of your highlights WT One of them has got to be playing at a dance in Toulouse France at the start of the year It was in the basement of this club in the city centre with a really heavy traditional reggae sound I Station It was like a sauna in this basement with a thick cloud of smoke constantly filling the room The promoters spent the whole night taking it in turns to physically block entrance cos so many people were trying to get in It was totally packed and everyone was really on it it was a wicked introduction to the French scene Working with Prince Malachi was one of the most interesting experiences I ve had in the studio We d been talking about doing something together for a while and I got a call from him saying he was gonna be up north so we arranged to meet up one Saturday During the phone call I asked him if he had any songs already written that he wanted to record to which he answered I don t write the music Jah will write the music So I was kind of apprehensive as to how the session would go but sure enough he turned up on the Saturday earlier than planned something I d never encountered in the reggae scene and we got some coffee and set to work He had been very cool and relaxed then I set the music running and it was like he switched to performance mode and just started free styling over the rhythm He ran through a few different ideas before belting out the phrase Looove Conqueeeeers and immediately said that s the chorus Will you like it I agreed and the rest fell into place easily We had written the lot and recorded all the parts and harmonies within about an hour He had clearly adopted the Jamaican recording style whilst working at Xterminator and after finishing he switched back from performance mode we did a little mix chatted a bit more and he was on his way That s how we did Love Conquers RR Are there any releases that we should be keeping an eye out for at the moment WT From me I ve just put out a couple of 7 s on Descendant Music featuring Prince Malachi K O G Leona Diddley Dee Love Conquers and Round Round I ve also got a few dubs running exclusively on Aba Shanti and Iration featuring Fred Locks and an upcoming artist from the Jamaican roots scene Micah Shemaiah that are due to be released at some point but I couldn t tell you when Some from others that I m feeling at the moment are Dub Conductor and Cornell Campbell Crisis UK style and Inna Rub a Dub Style Riddim by John John featuring Chronixx Jah Cure Bounty Killer and a load of other top artists JA style RR How do you find running an independent label WT Well it has been a steep learning curve that s for sure but I ve had a lot of good advice off other labels reggae and otherwise which I ve tried to take on You really have to love all aspects of it and learn to wear a lot of different hats That s what I love about independent labels though the end product is very personal and reflects all the quirks of the producer s The thing about running a label is you don t get any practice runs like with making music you do a whole lot of practicing before you put anything out to the public but with releasing records you just jump straight in you can prepare and everything but at the end of the day you have to learn a lot of things as you go along RR Who are your influences and favourite Soundsystems WT I mostly listen to Jamaican music from the 60s to present day in my own time as well as bits of other mainly underground music I probably take most inspiration from Fattis and his 90 s Xterminator productions Not only did he work with amazing artists but with some wicked musicians and featuring live musicians is something that I ve always seen as important as well What I like to listen to at home and what I like to hear on a sound is kinda two different things and I guess I try to blend the two different styles when I m making music live musicianship with the kind of driving beat and rhythm that I like to hear in a dance For me the soundsystem that most consistently brings those vibes is Aba Shanti and it s an honour that he s taken an interest in my music the way he has RR Is there a certain track or artist that made you fall in love with the music WT Well I had found Bob Marley and a handful of others in my early teens but it wasn t really until hearing the music on soundsystem a short time after that it properly clicked with me That was when I really fell in love with it and I would try and search out those raw sparse tunes like what I was hearing on sounds So it was king tubby dub albums and things like that I was listening to and then from there had a better appreciation for the more musical stuff again

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  • Danny Wilder Exhibition!
    s Hi Fi Raggamuffin Feat Sugar Minott Daddy Freddy Egoless Like A Nuclear Bomb Super Echo Vital Techniques Mikey B Remix EP Mungo s Hi Fi Ice Cream Love Feat Johnny Osbourne Mungo s Hi Fi No Wata Down Ting Feat Johnny Osbourne YT Kenny Knots Conscious Sound Watch How The People Dancing Reggae Roast The Flava EP Versions Blend Mishkin The Roots Evolution Survival Of The Fittest LP Reggae Roast The Flava EP Feat Brother Culture Adam Prescott Take Control Feat Earl 16 Blend Mishkin Settle Down Feat Exco Levi Reggae Roast Soundsystem Feat Brother Culture Vibration Lab Brass Plant EP Reggae Roast Tonight Feat Earl 16 Johnny Osbourne Adam Prescott Heavenless Riddim Ranking Joe Jahdan Blakkamoore Heavenless Riddim Pad Anthony Metric Man Heavenless Riddm Sugar Minott Jr Dangerous Heavenless Riddim The Drop Waiting For Digital Single Mungo s Hi Fi Kenny Knots Brand New Bangarang LP Mungo s Hi Fi Forward Ever LP Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 2 Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 1 Mungo s Hi Fi Serious Time LP Mungo s Hi Fi Rules Of The Dance Feat Charlie P Kahn Remix Adam Prescott Praises Unto Jah Feat Rod Taylor Adam Prescott Liberation Riddim EP Ghostwriterz Rumours Ed West Telephone Riddim EP Lowki I Lodica Season Of The Harvest EP Clear Vinyl Onlyjoe Play With Fire EP Adam Prescott Meets Charlie P Dj Madd Vs Horace Andy Cuss Cuss 12 Riddim Tuffa Revolution Feat Shanti D Dubplate Fashion Parly B Tradesman Hylu Jago Anansi Riddim EP Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 2 Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 1 Vibronics Jah Music Alpha Omega Pure Clean 7 S Kaya Police Only Wicked People Ramon Judah Conscious Sound more Incredible As You See It General Levy Cutty Ranks Moonshine Steppas Radikal Guru Alpha Steppa Moonshine Records Dancehall

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  • Tune Of The Day! Tetrack - Look Within Yourself
    Watch How The People Dancing Reggae Roast The Flava EP Versions Blend Mishkin The Roots Evolution Survival Of The Fittest LP Reggae Roast The Flava EP Feat Brother Culture Adam Prescott Take Control Feat Earl 16 Blend Mishkin Settle Down Feat Exco Levi Reggae Roast Soundsystem Feat Brother Culture Vibration Lab Brass Plant EP Reggae Roast Tonight Feat Earl 16 Johnny Osbourne Adam Prescott Heavenless Riddim Ranking Joe Jahdan Blakkamoore Heavenless Riddim Pad Anthony Metric Man Heavenless Riddm Sugar Minott Jr Dangerous Heavenless Riddim The Drop Waiting For Digital Single Mungo s Hi Fi Kenny Knots Brand New Bangarang LP Mungo s Hi Fi Forward Ever LP Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 2 Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 1 Mungo s Hi Fi Serious Time LP Mungo s Hi Fi Rules Of The Dance Feat Charlie P Kahn Remix Adam Prescott Praises Unto Jah Feat Rod Taylor Adam Prescott Liberation Riddim EP Ghostwriterz Rumours Ed West Telephone Riddim EP Lowki I Lodica Season Of The Harvest EP Clear Vinyl Onlyjoe Play With Fire EP Adam Prescott Meets Charlie P Dj Madd Vs Horace Andy Cuss Cuss 12 Riddim Tuffa Revolution Feat Shanti D Dubplate Fashion Parly B Tradesman Hylu Jago Anansi Riddim EP Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 2 Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 1 Vibronics Jah Music Alpha Omega Pure Clean 7 S Kaya Police Only Wicked People Ramon Judah Conscious Sound more Incredible As You See It General Levy Cutty Ranks Moonshine Steppas Radikal Guru Alpha Steppa Moonshine Records Dancehall Rock Too Much War RSD Ricky Rankin Moonshine Records Financial Terrorist Eyes Of Jah Dixie Peach S Kaya Partial Records Crack Seller Man Danny Red Conscious Sounds Nice Time Riddim Guns Knives Riddim Riddim Tuffa Sound Vibration Lab Feat Linval Thompson Deliver Me OUT NOW Ramon Judah Conscious

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  • Tune Of The Day! DJ Vadim - Hope (Feat. Rio Hemopo & Sabira Jade)
    Osbourne YT Kenny Knots Conscious Sound Watch How The People Dancing Reggae Roast The Flava EP Versions Blend Mishkin The Roots Evolution Survival Of The Fittest LP Reggae Roast The Flava EP Feat Brother Culture Adam Prescott Take Control Feat Earl 16 Blend Mishkin Settle Down Feat Exco Levi Reggae Roast Soundsystem Feat Brother Culture Vibration Lab Brass Plant EP Reggae Roast Tonight Feat Earl 16 Johnny Osbourne Adam Prescott Heavenless Riddim Ranking Joe Jahdan Blakkamoore Heavenless Riddim Pad Anthony Metric Man Heavenless Riddm Sugar Minott Jr Dangerous Heavenless Riddim The Drop Waiting For Digital Single Mungo s Hi Fi Kenny Knots Brand New Bangarang LP Mungo s Hi Fi Forward Ever LP Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 2 Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 1 Mungo s Hi Fi Serious Time LP Mungo s Hi Fi Rules Of The Dance Feat Charlie P Kahn Remix Adam Prescott Praises Unto Jah Feat Rod Taylor Adam Prescott Liberation Riddim EP Ghostwriterz Rumours Ed West Telephone Riddim EP Lowki I Lodica Season Of The Harvest EP Clear Vinyl Onlyjoe Play With Fire EP Adam Prescott Meets Charlie P Dj Madd Vs Horace Andy Cuss Cuss 12 Riddim Tuffa Revolution Feat Shanti D Dubplate Fashion Parly B Tradesman Hylu Jago Anansi Riddim EP Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 2 Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 1 Vibronics Jah Music Alpha Omega Pure Clean 7 S Kaya Police Only Wicked People Ramon Judah Conscious Sound more Incredible As You See It General Levy Cutty Ranks Moonshine Steppas Radikal Guru Alpha Steppa Moonshine Records Dancehall Rock Too Much War RSD Ricky Rankin Moonshine Records Financial Terrorist Eyes Of Jah Dixie Peach S Kaya Partial Records Crack Seller Man Danny Red Conscious Sounds Nice Time Riddim Guns Knives Riddim Riddim Tuffa Sound Vibration Lab Feat Linval Thompson Deliver

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  • Tune Of The Day! Wayne McArthur - Victory Dance
    How The People Dancing Reggae Roast The Flava EP Versions Blend Mishkin The Roots Evolution Survival Of The Fittest LP Reggae Roast The Flava EP Feat Brother Culture Adam Prescott Take Control Feat Earl 16 Blend Mishkin Settle Down Feat Exco Levi Reggae Roast Soundsystem Feat Brother Culture Vibration Lab Brass Plant EP Reggae Roast Tonight Feat Earl 16 Johnny Osbourne Adam Prescott Heavenless Riddim Ranking Joe Jahdan Blakkamoore Heavenless Riddim Pad Anthony Metric Man Heavenless Riddm Sugar Minott Jr Dangerous Heavenless Riddim The Drop Waiting For Digital Single Mungo s Hi Fi Kenny Knots Brand New Bangarang LP Mungo s Hi Fi Forward Ever LP Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 2 Damalistik Babylon Time Riddim Part 1 Mungo s Hi Fi Serious Time LP Mungo s Hi Fi Rules Of The Dance Feat Charlie P Kahn Remix Adam Prescott Praises Unto Jah Feat Rod Taylor Adam Prescott Liberation Riddim EP Ghostwriterz Rumours Ed West Telephone Riddim EP Lowki I Lodica Season Of The Harvest EP Clear Vinyl Onlyjoe Play With Fire EP Adam Prescott Meets Charlie P Dj Madd Vs Horace Andy Cuss Cuss 12 Riddim Tuffa Revolution Feat Shanti D Dubplate Fashion Parly B Tradesman Hylu Jago Anansi Riddim EP Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 2 Hylu Jago Uplifting Riddim Part 1 Vibronics Jah Music Alpha Omega Pure Clean 7 S Kaya Police Only Wicked People Ramon Judah Conscious Sound more Incredible As You See It General Levy Cutty Ranks Moonshine Steppas Radikal Guru Alpha Steppa Moonshine Records Dancehall Rock Too Much War RSD Ricky Rankin Moonshine Records Financial Terrorist Eyes Of Jah Dixie Peach S Kaya Partial Records Crack Seller Man Danny Red Conscious Sounds Nice Time Riddim Guns Knives Riddim Riddim Tuffa Sound Vibration Lab Feat Linval Thompson Deliver Me OUT NOW Ramon Judah Conscious Sound

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