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'housey' downbeats with a fat Reggae flavour

The KING SIZE DUB Special is the essence of what NOISESHAPER has ever done and is another impressive display of how a musical style has progressed.

A review of Timaya's 'Happy' featuring Machel Montano

Timaya does Afropop with a twist and that is a uniqueness that has come to be taken to be his style. Following the course of his journey through music, one he can draw from his changing environment and ventures further into himself. It is his pattern to have his music bearing the deep imprints of his life experiences whether they be his past or his present experiences, thoughts, challenges, and ho

A work worthy of reference

Strong A.R.M features Warren J. Gallimore in 'Bet'cha Didn't Know'. Following its commercial release in early 2018, 'Bet'cha Didn't Know' has gained considerable acceptance within the EDM genre, standing out mostly for its elements of Rap and HipHop. 

Incredibly melodic and propulsive sounds

Long-time dub explorer Mike Paprocki, known to his followers as Echopilot, takes us on a feverish journey into the heart of Africa with his powerful refresh of 1970’s dance music gleaned mostly from both the west and the east of the continent. The Victoria-based sonic aviator touching down in countries such as Mali, Kenya, and Nigeria to rework some incredibly melodic and propulsive sounds.

About time for a Grammy

In Reggae, all roads lead to the “Riddim Twins”, Sly & Robbie. Now, Sly & Robbie meet Dubmatix. The Canadian producer and multi-instrumentalist got his hands on original Sly & Robbie tracks and spent months crafting this new album, "Overdubbed". 

One of the most intriguing dub albums, ever

Dr. Dubenstein, a former employee of the legendary RAS Records Label from Washington DC gathered up some high-carat collaborators to join him in his submarine. Formidable musicians and singers from Steel Pulse, Dub Syndicate, Roots Radics, Jah Works, jam and conjure up heavily rolling rhythms - and rumor has it that even WAILERS warhorses were involved in the project to add some melody.