March 21, 2011, at 12:03 am

Dub Store Jammy's

Dub Store reissue another seven classic Jammy’s digital productions on 7″ at the end of May. There are some real classics coming, this series just gets better and better:

Echo Minott – I Am Back/Version

Pad Anthony – Dangerous System/Version

Admiral Tibet – Running From Reality/Version

Gregory Isaacs – The Ruler/Version

Sugar Minott – Conscious Lover/Pad Anthony – By Show Down

Conroy Smith – Sugar Me/Version … continue reading…

March 12, 2011, at 10:48 am

Park Heights Dragons

The eagerly awaited 4th instalment of Park Heights reissues from Deadly Dragon are now out and about. Three seven inch singles, 6 tunes:

Roman Stewart – Black Mi Black/Modellers Sleepy Wonder – 88 Champion/Sluggy – Style Sleepy Wonder – Big In Body/Mega Man

It’s first time on 7″ for most of these titles, previously being issued only on 12″ or as LP tracks back in the 80’s. Pick of the bunch is the Roman … continue reading…

February 16, 2011, at 10:23 pm

Just Be Rambo

A quality digital and rub-a-dub mix from Rumdrunk out of Berlin.

Hotta Rotation – Just Be Rambo ( Digikal & Rub-A-Dub Mix ) by rumdrunk

Tracklist here

January 31, 2011, at 2:06 pm

Black Victory

It looks like there are some heavy duty releases coming on Dug Out soon. They’ve gone back to the Black Victory label and will be putting out the 12″ of Sugar Minott’s Sheriff John Brown and the indemand Tempo Explosion LP that features tracks by Sugar Minott, Chris Wayne, Willie Williams, Ras Menilik Dacosta and Jerry Johnson.

Further details are scarce at the moment but I’ll update when more info arrives.

Thanks to Trilogy Tapes … continue reading…

December 10, 2010, at 8:34 am

Rythem (sic) Killer!

Just out from Digikiller on 7″ vinyl, four tunes from the Rythem Track camp. Three from the mid 80’s and the final one, the indemand Every Knee Shall Bow by Garnett Silk originally from 1997. All come on a facsimile of the original Rythem Track label (though the Garnett Silk originally came on the 2-Hyped label).

Tony Roach – Big Bout Yah/Big Bout Yah version

Tony Roach – Entertainer/Entertainer version

Anthony Selassie – … continue reading…

November 29, 2010, at 4:50 pm

Dally Stylie

Check this fine mix in a rub a dub and digital style from Felix Hall. It was originally done for the Oi Polloi shop in Manchester but is now shared with the world:

The Monday Mixtape #2 – by Felix Hall by oipolloi

1. Trevor Junior – Title – 7″ Sunset 2. One A Way – Sufferer – 7″ Route 54 
 3. Little John – False News – 7″ Hitbound 
 4. Barrington … continue reading…

November 6, 2010, at 5:25 pm

A Dub Irator and some Leggo Sounds

Digikiller have come through wth a mixed bag of vinyl re-issues.

First up is a double side 12″ on the Dub Irator label from Hyman “Jah Life” Wright, pairing a 1991 Scion Success cut with a mid 80’s Jug Head tune:

DKR027 – Scion Success – Jah Is My Hero/Dub B/W Jug Head – Joyce Gone / Dub

Scion Success Jug Head

Also out now are a couple of 7″s and a 12″s on … continue reading…

November 4, 2010, at 2:14 pm

Digital Dollars

A nice sounding mix tape from the DigiKiller Crew:

Digital Dollars Part 2: Deep Pockets by DJ Wicz

Now all we need is a tracklist.

October 24, 2010, at 8:19 pm

Redman in the Dub Store

The Japanese Dub Store crew have announced a two part reissue programme of Redman productions on 7″ single:

Release date 25 October

Puddy Roots – When I Release/Version Wayne Palmer – Yu Nu Remeber/Version Horace Martin – Geow Now/Version Admiral Tibet – New Tactics/Version Carl Meeks – Danger/Version Dave Bailey – Concrete Jungle/Version

Release date 8 November

Dave Bailey – Runnings/Version Da Da Waps – Old Chain/Version Tony Tuff – Carless People/Version Carl Meeks – … continue reading…

September 21, 2010, at 12:23 am

Ebay Watching (10 from 7)

An almost regular look at the last seven days of reggae vinyl sales on ebay.

Though reggae music is absolutely not about who has the most money to pay for tunes I thought it would be interesting to look strictly at some of the heighest selling prices in the last week.

Wayne Marshall And The Offbeat Posse – Give Me The Mix / Mike In My Hand The list starts with an ultra rare digi … continue reading…