• Tad's Records adds 6 tunes to this essential selection of their best tunes with Vybz Kartel showcasing the exceptional vocal talents of the dancehall star.
• This second 7" from the Colonel marks the debut of two wicked young artists straight outta Asher Senator's school of fast chat in Brixton ? Face and Sheenyboo. Recorded on an original Naram riddim with an upful twist, these talented singjays have come up with a soundkilling anthem for the new generation ? with the refrain "Dangerous, soundbwoy bite di dust, you haffi deh pon twitter if you waan follow us" sure to resonate over both dancehalls and social media networks across the land! Big one!
• Watch out! Together with Naram and the mysterious gentleman named Colonel Mustard, Jahtari are launching a new 7"-sublabel specializing in killer relicks and deadly original riddims, directly inspired by ruffneck 1980s dancehall. The riddims are finding their way to some of the wickedest artists from dancehall's golden era ? as well as brand new talents to carry on the style and fashion.This is serious ammunition! The first artist to grace the new Colonel Mustard imprint is the man Guinness Book of Records found to
be the world's fastest chatter back in 1989 ? the incomparable Daddy Freddy. Riding a deadly Naram relick of the Bad Boy Wadat riddim, Long Way finds Freddy marching through an apocalyptic world filled with wickedness and corruption to deliver a frighteningly ruff sermon of righteous indignation against the evil-doers. Disrupt joins Naram on the version to launch a further warhead against the Babylonians with a menacing dubwise cut. Don't miss!
• Daddy Freddy's "Original Jungle Sound" boom tune remixed in a jungle fashion by Nu Elementz & Profile and Dirty Skank Beats, out now on Marcus Visionary's Liondub International imprint.
• From the "In The Kingdom Of Dub" album, this track is a perfect ollision of the worlds of dub and jazz brought about by two of the UK's modern masters. Nostalgia 77's gutsy "Seven Nation Army" cover featuring the incredible vocals of Alice Russell was originally released almost ten years ago on his second solo album 'The Garden'; this latest reggae version of the still in-demand classic - boasting the additional talents of Jamaican great Dennis Alcapone - simply nailed it once again, reaching a new level of genre-defying heaviness. Highly recommended!
• Dubstep pioneer Scuba compiles the early years of his now legendary Hotflush imprint with some stone cold classics such as Benga's "Military", Toasty's "The Knowledge" remixed by Vex'd, Elemental's "Deep Under" and more. An essential one for all original dubstep lovers.
• Twelve cuts of dub heaviness from the Jah Warrior camp, out now in WAV, FLAC and 320 MP3 in the store!
• The first and classic Sean Paul album Stage One out in 2000 on VP Records, including the unmissable "Infiltrate" and "Haffi Get De Gal Ya" bombs. Now available in WAV and FLAC quality at ReggaeRecord Downloads.
• Dub Store Records do it again with 20 killer and essential digital reggae and dancehall tracks, this time from the Redman camp between 1985 and 1990 and such monster classics as Carl Meeks's "Danger", Puddy Roots's "When I Release", Admiral Tibet's "New Tactics", Dave Bailey's "Runnings" and more. Essential!
•This is the fourth and final chapter of the Derrick Harriott series compilation by Dub Store Records with some essential reggae and roots material, including Junior Murvin's "Rescue The Children", Augustus Pablo's "Bedroom Mazruka", Scotty's "Draw Your Breaks" and much more! Killer.
•Dub Store Records present the third chapter of the Derrick Harriot series with another 20 gems coming from the years of 1970-1973. Heavily influenced by the sounds of Soul and Funk, this chapter features the classic Derrick Harriot - Groovy Situation, Message From A Black Man, Am I Black Enough from Chosen Few to name a few. Absolute essential for all Reggae, Soul, Funk lovers and beyond.