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The Copan Connection: Bixiga 70 Meets Victor Rice | machado-dub

Visitors to may be familiar with Victor Rice and the great dub tracks he’s brought to the world. Since his move to South America he’s continued to explore the connection between music with roots on boths sides of the Atlantic and after mixing Bixiga 70’s ‘III’ he’s bringing his dubmaster lense to it.

The Copan Connection: Bixiga 70 meets Victor Rice. Whereas “III” was a highly contemporary take on the Afro-Brazilian, “Black Atlantic” musical conversation, The Copan Connection looks northward from Brazil to Jamaica, and embraces the repeat-echo history of dub music as its inspiration.

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Dub Mission 20 Year Anniversary

A really great write up by Marke B on 48hills about San Francisco’s legendary Dub night Dub Mission which is celbrating it’s 20th anniversary this Friday.

Here’s to another 20 years of Dub Mission.

Vibing strong, 20 years on

Jay Glass Dubs | Jay Glass Dubs

Some very heavy experimental dubs from Jay Glass Dubs aka Dimitris Papadatos on the excellent Hylé Tapes from France.

Jay Glass Dubs is an exercise of style focusing on a counter factual historical approach of dub music, stripped down to its basic drum/bass/vox/effects form.

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Jah Wobble | Get Carter (Pressure Sounds mixes)

Action and adventure await in this flute tinged retro-indian inspired dub madness from the Wobble brain and Roy Budd

The turntables may Wobble but they don’t fall down, not even under the thunderous bass of gunshots from Michael Caine.

Jah Shaka & Johnny Clarke | Babylon (vocal & dub)

Something heavy and dubby to Flashback this Friday