Dub London – Bassline of a City

Great video about dub experience in London along with Museum of London exhibition (closed September 2021) featuring such items as original Channel One sound stacks.

MF DOOM + SADE – SADEVILLAIN

Check out mash up album Sadevillain from 2016, produced by Seanh. Featuring Sade and MF doom in a mix.
2nd installment of Sadevillain on BC:

Topper Top feat. Teddy Bruckshot, Lady Chann & Killa P – Jah Billah Rmx

Munay Ki Dub – Groove Of Meditation [DUB042]

From the press release:


“In September 2019, Munay Ki Dub released their debut EP “MKD” with European dub label Dubophonic Records, lyrically using the English and Spanish languages as a form of political expression and social awareness/consciousness, musically gliding between digital roots reggae, dub & bass and steppa. Within the first few weeks of its release, MKD was sounding out on radios in Argentina, Peru, Mexico, Italy, Spain, UK, Ireland, Israel, Hawaii, Finland, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Turkey, Germany, Holland, France, Australia, Canada and the US.”

Favourite track:

Gayatri Dub

Mungo’s Hi Fi – Antidote

Back in July, the mighty Mungo’s crew released a perfect antidote to stress: dubs of songs to come.
Inspired by dub pioneers such as King Tubby, Scientist and Errol Thompson, this is no carbon copy style.
More roots than step, proper downtempo DUB vibes to chill out.

Favorite track: Intravenous Dub

https://mungoshifi.bandcamp.com/album/antidote

LEE SCRATCH PERRY 1936-2021




40 days are gone since the sad news of Lee Scratch Perry leaving this earthly domain.
Lee Scratch Perry was fundamental force in shaping of Ska, Reggae, Dub, Techno, Jungle and essentially every modern genre of music.
His legacy is such that he will never be forgotten.

New York Times:

Rolling Stone:

NBC:
Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, reggae pioneer who was producer for Bob Marley, dies at 85


Wire:

Scratch and me: Steve Barker remembers Lee Perry

NPR:

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Visionary Reggae Producer, Dies At 85

NME:

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, 1936-2021: eccentric, brilliant dub legend who heard what we couldn’t

Lee Perry@discogs

LONG LIVE KING JAH MUZIK!

Dubmatix – Getting Organized : Proper Workflow Structure In Your DAW


Some of you might need this, I-specially if you have 108+ tracks and can’t get a mixdown. Doctor Dubmatix pon the case:

Dubanko – Walking Away feat. Nawa

Making Reggae & Dub – by Dancetech

One of the greatest series of videos breaking down Reggae and Dub production styles, going over various riddim making. Spanning from 2015 to 2020, this comes highly recommended by Jah Billah.