General Theory of Dub | GToD Vol 1. Bass is the Most Important Instrument

Wonderful new old dub from General Theory of Dub AKA Timothy Ellis who Jah Shaka is quoted as saying ‘this ain’t no white guy from Warwick’…

Enjoy and dig deeper. Thanks for sharing Tim.

Returning in 2014 with a brand new cassette release ‘Clean Your Head’ This is a ‘clear out’ of the old tunes that are worth a listen…next the intention is to start making new music.

GToD will take the analogue studio into the venue and mix the music live in front of you using multi track tape recorders, analogue mixer, spring reverb and tape delays and more.
That’s original – watch this space.
The tracks on this soundcloud are mostly early to late 80’s with the exception of Brand New Fatty and Claxon Dub which are just a few years old…more coming soon…
For Booking Enquiries: generaltheoryofdub@gmail.com

Bass is the Most Important Instrument was released on cassette tape in 1993 by Chicken Shack. The music was played, produced and recorded by Timothy Ellis between 1982 and 1998 ish…





…swami… | revolution begins in the mind (MIX) #DUB

REBEL MUSIC FOR THE REBEL PEOPLE

Tracklist:
Author – Jah Live (J. Robinson’s Lion Heart Version)
Fantan Mojah – Kill Sound (Split’s FREE remix)
Tes La Rok – Kaivos Dub
Genoc1de – Another Man
Lacksley Castell – “Jah Love Is Sweeter” (FLeCK rmx)
Who Dem Sound – Office Dub
Alpha Steppa – Shaka Satori
Horace Andy – Skylarking (Dj Madd remix)
Digid – Crucial Dub (feat. Junior Dread)
Niam – Forgive us Jah Jah feat Jules I (Madplate Sound Remix)
Dub Terminator – Dub Massive
Squarewave & Doctor – Police Officer (Numa Crew Fragged Remix)
Bodie – Murda Soundbwoy ft. General Jah Mikey
Samedi Sound System – This Is A Natural Dub Stylee (Unnatural Stylee Refix)
Lost City – Gonna Get Tougher
fLeck – Champion Sound
Reggae Roast – Soundsystem (Feat. Brother Culture)





Bad Indians, a poem by Ryan Red Corn

“in the spirit of fucking crazy”





Dubcast #54 – Dry Wet Dub

Dubcast #54 – Dry Wet Dub

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Stephen Chang – Always Together
The Cyclones with Count Ossie – Meditation
Juca Chaves – Take me back to Piaui (Dubben Remix)
Mahom – Interlude pour les Pingouins
Jah Wobble & The Chinese Dub Orchestra – Happy Tibetan Girl
Hippy Boys – Dreams to Remember
Max Romeo – Wet dream
Hippy Boys – Dreams to Remember
Val Bennett – Take 5
Professor Skank – Dub Express
DJ Q-Bert – Labyrinth (With Dana Leong)
Professor Skank – Another Kind
Sylford Walker & Trinity – Burn Babylon Don’t Trouble Natty Dread
Diggory Kenrick – Stranger Flutes
Teleseen – The Echo Will Triumph Over the Voice
Evan Marc & Steve Hillage – Intention Craft

Dub33 - made with love in San Francisco where it’s very dry





Dubversion | The Illicit Rebellion of Dub

Dubversion is a collective of reggae musicians including Woody Roots, Sticky Buds, The Powersteppers, Osian MC and Maya Mitten, so our music has a variety of flavours!
We are based in West Wales and Cardiff. Our Dub has an Anti-facist subversive nature but the message is still Peace and Love and Equality. Our roots grow from Ras Tafari, King Soloman and Shiva Shankar. Jah Bless!





Zvuloon Dub System | Anbessa Dub

A quality Reggae and Dub production from “Israel’s number one reggae band”. Lots of horns and driving drum and bass on top of analogue production and tape recording.

“Everything is analogue,” says Smilan. “We take all those old sounds as reference points, we record onto tape. We do it the real way.”

Anbessa Dub, which although not a classic dub album, is filled with the atmosphere of vintage Jamaican roots reggae, mixes old Ethiopian songs arranged in the Zvuloon style, along with some originals, like the opener “Alemitu,” where the arrangement moves smoothly between Lee Perry’s studio and a downtown Addis club in 1973. It’s completely convincing, in part because of the equipment the band uses in its studio.

When Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, the man known as Ras Tafari, visited Jamaica on April 21, 1966, more than one hundred thousand Rastafarians were waiting at Kingston Airport to see the man they revered as the Messiah. For a brief moment, still celebrated by the faithful as Grounation Day, the two countries came together. 18 years later, in 1984, an Ethiopian Jewish family, members of the lost tribe of Israel, walked across the desert, making the long trek to their homeland. And now those three cultures – Jamaica, Ethiopia, and Israel – merge on the new album by Tel Aviv-based Zvuloon Dub System, called Anbessa Dub.





DJ Vadim | Dubcatcher

Once you start listening you might not be able to stop. Long time NinjaTune denizen DJ Vadim brings us a wonderful new outing.

Check his mixcloud for more

Reggae lovers unite! Nearly 20 years into his recording career, LOOP is proud to present the highly anticipated full-length album from London-based legend Dj Vadim aka Daddy Vad. 

A relentless creative spirit and modern reggae don, he plays tribute to a legacy of roots & reggae, adding the 16-track bass-heavy stormer ‘Dubcatcher’ to his inspiring repertoire. 

Never one to sit on his laurels, he comes with a duology of albums. First ‘Dubcatcher’, then ‘Soulcatcher’ – two sides of one man. Leading with the bass and later in 2014 comes the soul!





The Giants | Reel 1 & 2 – Adapted Chapter

More to come on this but via Twitter – The Giants sent us a link to their latest bandcamp (free download) dub versions of classic riddims.

 

The Giants release a strictly dub album with 18 dub versions of timeless reggae riddims. Available in FREE DOWNLOAD !
This record is deeply linked with The Giants last project « Live Rub A Dub » and has been recorded during live studio sessions entirely on a 8-tracks tape recorder from the late 80s…