Monday, June 7, 2010




WWW, June 2010 - The third episode of Radio Dubroom in this year of 2010 has two segments: we start with some Jamaican Roots Reggae and then turn to Poland, France, Italy and Spain for some very deep Dubwise.
Jamaican Roots Reggae is, unlike some people claim or think, not dead at all. In fact there's some pretty strong material coming out, increasingly during the last years. The first nine titles are all reserved for a musical illustration with this statement. Most tracks are reviewed in
No More Babylon's crucial Discomix with the crucial vocals of Kenny Knots marks the transition to the second segment of the show, which contains a very interesting selection of High Quality Deep DUB from the Online (DUB) Reggae Artist community.
What to say about Italy's Moa Anbessa? Crucial stuff from the producers who work with the UK based Zion Train collective. Deep electronical Roots DUB from Dub Engine, Dubalizer and Big Family show that there is indeed Roots in electronic music as it is always the people who make the music.
The final track of the podcast, from the Spanish based band Hot Drop, closes of what was a selection of Deep Roots and Dub, deep as in: conscious lyrics, fat bass: authentic Reggae music in two of it's many forms!
01. Itation Records - Clearly Riddim Dubwise
02. Kali Blaxx - Nah Trust Them
03. Winstrong - Sounds Of The Gun (Boom Boom Blah Blah)
04. Jah Cure - Save Yourself
05. Mr. King - Borderline
06. Africano - Poor People Burden
07. Mikey General - For The Children's Sake
08. Eljai and Capleton - Blessed
09. Edi Fitzroy - Chant Down Babylon
10. No More Babylon and Kenny Knots - Bring Jah Love
11. Hatman - Tonka Dub
12. Moa Anbessa - What A Day
13. Moa Anbessa - What A Dub
14. Dino Dub - Rastafari Dub
15. Dub Engine - Warrior In The Dub
16. Dubalizer featuring Nell and Mc Bing Man - Soldier Of Dub
17. Big Family - Brukout
18. Ondubground - Step 4 Yah
19. I-Plant - I Am Blowing A Dub
20. Moa Anbessa - 16 Dub
21. Hot Drop - Thirsty Version

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