Out on Svaha Sound label & compiled by The Dub Vizier/ El Bib, 10 dubshots delivering, including king dubbahs like Manudub & Don Fe, closing with dubbed out version of Guns Of Brixton riddim by Dub Against Police.


1.Guerrilla Hifi – Coronation Dub 04:36
2.Ras Red I – Lonesome Dub 04:02
3.Dutty Hands & Cranky General – Thyme Dub 05:36
4.Manudub – Monarchic Dub 05:51
5.Don Fe – Dread Agent Dub 03:53
6.Fullnessft. I Kong – Cork it Up Dub 04:20
7.Ras Bruno meets El Bib & Don Fe – Revolution Dub 04:20
8.El Bib – Dahab Dub 05:15
9.Anti Bypass – Thunder Knob Dub 04:29
10.Dub Against Police – Boss Dubby Dub 05:51


Don Fe is a UK born musician/producer who for the last 20 years has been based in Southern Spain. This is where he spends almost all his time playing, recording and producing music that is played over some of the worlds biggest soundsystems.
Organic Roots Records is a relatively new Madrid based label dedicated to the expansion of roots, dub and sound system culture. This is to be their second release after a 10 inch featuring Mahom and alongside Vibronics and Don Fe.
Music is food for the soul, and with this album Don Fe nourishes us with a refreshing blend of modern production techniques alongside the essence of roots. 14 tracks (7 flute/melodica instrumentals and 7 dubs) heavily influenced by the sounds of the 80’s and 90’s UK sound system scene it aims to provide a fresh take on roots music without losing sight or respect for the essence of it’s foundation.

Another of the main objectives of the project is to develop a more direct link from the artist / producer to the listener, which in turn nurtures a healthy, fair and sustainable relationship with the record label – something which is often hard to find in todays world (both for the artist / producer and the label) due to the small nature of the roots / dub scene and the ever increasing costs of production, distribution etc.

The album is already recorded and therefore we only need to raise the funds for a run of 1000 copies and the necessary promotion/distribution costs.

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