Dubmatix – ReWired

King Dubmatix coming in with brand new album out on Echo Beach label.
11 vocal tracks with plethora of riddim riders in all kinds of styles and shapes. Including lovely Blue Monday rendition by none other than Barry Ashworth outta Dub Pistols institution, alongside 3 closing dubwise instrumental tracks. This musical delivery sounds groovy, phat, bouncing and flowing in perfect blend of fresh forward roots and solid foundation future classics.

PRE-ORDER VINYL

Marshall Neeko – Various Artists – Swing Easy Riddim / General Penitentiary Riddim

Marshall Neeko opening up 2023 with already two riddim albums with various artists. This time reworking Swing Easy riddim and General Penitentiary riddim bringing back that late 90’s sound.

Max RubaDub & Natty Campbell – Good Ses

Remix machine Max RubaDub comes with original tune featuring Natty Campbell praising the real highgrade. Version on the flip. Nah miss!

Haris Pilton meets Joseph Cotton – Mr Classic

Privileged to listen to some early mixes in the making of this master piece, Jah Billah confirms this album opens up a new chapter for Balkan regggae.

Mr. Pilton says:



After two years brand new reggae album is here.

HARIS PILTON meets legendary JOSEPH COTTON aka JAH WALTON on an album called MR CLASSIC. The album includes 14 songs in an old fashion reggae style.

Enjoy

From press release:

MR CLASSIC is the latest album from Joseph Cotton in collaboration with producer Haris Pilton.

Legend Joseph Cotton aka Jah Walton (born Silbert Walton, 1957, St. Ann, Jamaica) is a reggae deejay and singer active since the mid-1970s. He recorded his first song named “Gourmandizer” with Joe Gibbs in 1976, under the name Jah Walton. He then moved to Harry Mudie owner of Moodisc label, recording popular tracks such as “Stay A Yard And Praise God” and “Touch Her Where She Want It Most” (the title track from his debut album).

In the mid-1980s he began recording under the name Joseph Cotton, immediately having success. He reached No.1 in the UK charts with “No Touch The Style”, leading to a television appearance on Channel 4’s Club Mixprogramme in 1987. Several more reggae chart hits followed in the form of “Things Running Slow”, “Pat Ha Fe Cook”, “Tutoring”, “Judge Cotton”, and “What Is This”.

Cotton continued to perform and record into the 1990s, 2000s and the present day. He now lives in France where he performs at venues throughout the country and elsewhere in Europe both solo and in collaboration with other reggae artists

Wosui – Wicked Babylon EP

Wosui coming in hot on future dubwise label Reggaewise outta Greece.

3 tracks+1 dub made primarily and foremost with task to shake the scoops and rumble the tweeters of any good sound system.
Full support!

Feldub & Earl Sixteeen – Stand Firm

Heavyweight stepper riddim with flying horns in combination with soulful rasta lyrics by legendary Earl Sixteen followed by dubwise cut.
Full support!

Various Artists – Night Nurse Riddim (2022)

Marshall Neeko been rocking riddim remakes for a while now. Check out Night Nurse featuring classic cuts from Anthony B, Gregory Isaacs, Lady Saw and more…


Digitron Sound meets Haris Pilton – Not Granted riddim

Heavyweight combination with Hornsman Coyote brass section, Digitron steppas and Haris Pilton flavor and styles results in 11 track mixes including Dubolik dub and vocals by Tadiman, MC Lipin, Jahmadeus and Berise.
Nah miss!

Haris Pilton meets Greg Even – Ting A Ling riddim

Ting A Ling riddim featuring vocal cuts from Peppery, Joseph Cotton, Tadiman, Buda, MC Lilpin, Jacuzzy Krall and Karmen Klinc!
Rootical rub a dub style!

Anja G. & Dr. Obi – Moonlight

Another roller from AmpliFyah label – catch the last 7″ dubplate vinyl preorder or bag the digital highgrade from BandCamp.

This one coming with specially heavy dubwise.

Banana Zvuk feat. Popay, Chakka & Žan – Legaliziraj Remixes EP

Gwan over to PDV Bandcamp and pick up Legaliziraj Remixes EP.

Bademah feat Tenor Youthman – Blood A Run Remixed

Eleven remixes in different styles ranging from deep dubstep to heavy dubwise cuts of sold out Tenor Youthman and Bademah 7″ tune “Blood A Run”.
Witness the versatility of world wide band of wicked versionists each ramping up original sounds into unique and fresh blends.
Cover art by Amar Zahiragić.
From release notes:

Tenor Youthman and Bademah made a song called Blood A Run that we released on vinyl 7″ on our label in 300 copies that is sold out long time ago and original song and dub were limited to those 300 copies. Message of this release needs to be heard so we decided to do a remixed digital release that will be available on all streaming platforms. Producers and artists on this release are from Canada, Russia, Sweden, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia united to send a message of peace and a positive vibrations of Dub music to the world.
Its free for grabs until we run out of free DL slots.
Mastered by DUBSALON SKYLAB STUDIO 11 TROPICS and Doktor Heba @ Buna River Studios Mostar