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VA - King Size Dub 25 (LP)
Limited Edition of 500 Copies Es gibt eine Dub-Serie die seit Jahren für Furore sorgt, und das seit der VÖ der »King Size Dub 1« (damals in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Kult-Magazin SPEX) im Jahre 1994! In der Serie gab es immer wieder Ausflüge zu obskursen Zählweisen (Vol.69) und Specials über bestimmte Regionen (Dub In Germany), Labels (ON-U Sound Records aus London) oder Bands (Dubmatix aus Toronto)! Wunderbar, dass nun mit KSD 25 eine weitere Compilation der Reihe Dub als vielschichtige Kunst des Klangmischens darstellt. Im Rahmen dieser Ausgabe dubben sich alte und neue Freunde des Hauses Echo Beach gegenseitig oder präsentieren eigene Versionen von Pop- und Reggae-Hits von u.a. Ramones, Bob Marley, Blondie, Robert Palmer und David Bowie. Die Musik suggeriert Sonnenschein und Sound Systems, heissen Sand und coole Drinks, der Bass schlurft gelassen aber auch aufreizend rebellisch. Dub ist die Kunst des Disk Jockeys, den sie zunächst in Jamaika zum Star erhoben haben. In den Fünfzigern waren dort Musikmobile, die »Sound Systems«, der Ersatz für fehlende Radiosender. Die auf Exklusivität bedachten DJs nahmen ihre Hitsingles bald selbst auf, mit instrumentalen Rückseiten für Ulk und Ansagen. Ende der Sechziger verselbständigte sich dieser Dub durch den technischen Fortschritt. King Tubby und Lee »Scratch« Perry spielten mit Hall, Echo und rückläufigen Bändern. Dub löste sich von Jamaika, ging nach New York oder London, wo er in seiner Militanz gut zum Punk passte. A very very special King Size Dub release. The music suggests sunshine and sound systems, hot sand and cool drinks, the bass shuffles calmly but also provocatively rebellious. Dub is the art of the disk jockey they first raised to stardom in Jamaica. In the fifties there were music mobiles, the "sound systems", the replacement for missing radio stations. The DJs, who were concerned about exclusivity, soon recorded their hit singles themselves, with instrumental backing for jokes and announcements. At the end of the sixties, this dub became independent due to technical progress. King Tubby and Lee "Scratch" Perry played with reverb, echo and retrograde tapes. Dub broke away from Jamaica and went to New York or London, where its militancy went well with punk. This is a dub series that has been causing a sensation for years, and has been since the release of King Size Dub 1 (back then in cooperation with the cult magazine Spex) in 1994! In the series there were always trips to obscure counting (Vol.69) and specials about certain regions (Dub In Germany), labels (ON-U Sound Records from London) or bands (Dubmatix from Toronto)! KSD 25 presents dub as a multi-layered art of sound mixing. In this edition, Echo Beach's friends old and new dub each other or present their own versions of pop and reggae hits by the likes of the Ramones, Bob Marley, Blondie, Robert Palmer and David Bowie. It features Dennis Bovell meets Dubblestandart, Seanie T Meets Aldubb, Dubjestic, Dubmatix Meets Future Dub Orchestra,, Dub Spencer and Trance Hill and more.

23,90 €*
Chaka Demus & Pliers - Tease Me (12")
limited Edition, yellow vinyl

16,90 €*
Dub Liner & Omen Breaks ‎- M0th3rfuck3r / Big Wheelin' / Diss Me (12")
Jungle Cat Recs. returns with some 90s Hip Hop flavour combined with big beats and tearing basslines. Bringing a fresh vibe to the new jungle scene. Omen Breaks is well known for his intense, dynamic breaks and unique basslines. He teams up with Dub-Liner for this release to give the people something new and exciting for 2020ool jungle with influences accross the board, including Reggae and Hip Hop.

13,90 €*
Johnny Osbourne - Give A Little Love / Roots Radics - Give A Little Dub (12")
Available in following vinyl colours: green translucent, red translucent, yellow translucent

14,90 €*
Micah Shemaiah - Zion Trod (12")
Limited to 500 Copies

13,90 €*
J. Robinson - Hold Tight (12")
180g Vinyl

12,90 €*
Unknown Artist - Slew / Terror (12")
Slew = breaks remix of Capleton - 'Slew Dem'Terror = breaks remix of Renegade - 'Terrorist'

15,90 €*
Blue Hill - Narpoo Morality EP (12")
Vinyl only release, no digital

12,90 €*
Cornell Campbell meets Soothsayers - Ode To Joy (Babylon Can't Control I) - Versions (12")
Limited Edition, Numbered, Stereo, Hand stamped

14,90 €*