Another mad mix from Pissed Pat “dub mix of some dub, roots step,
dub step and old school uk 92 jungle.”
The crew over at Dubbhism are reaching out to all Dub Producers who are using Analog equipment to make a compilation album featuring dub tracks made using the same.
Are you producing dub tracks using Great British Springs, original analog reverb tanks by Accutronics, Belton, vintage tape echo machines by Roland, Korg, analog BBD-based echo/flanger fx etc.? Please let us know about it. Contact us via dubbhism(?)xs4all.nl or via Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud or whatever.
From David Cox
“I made this film to showcase a series of 12″ x 12″ stencil prints, inspired by the “STARS” riddim. The original “STARS” was written, sung and recorded by the great Cornell Campbell, as lead singer of The Eternals, at Studio One, in 1969. It is my favourite reggae song. ”
November 2010. London. Though the weather was grey, the mood inside the Red Bull Music Academy studio on Tooley Street was tropical, as we were blessed by the presence of legendary dub-reggae producer, Scientist. In a lead up to a nighttime concert at Fabric, Scientist strolled through the studio with The Upsetters band to show how to mix a dub track. For heavens sake, thank goodness we filmed this.
Very clever video editing puts Lotek back in the studios of Bunny Lee and King Jammy…
The excellent Japanese Dub group, Dry & Heavy perform “Dawn Is Breaking” with Likkle Mai on vocals.