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Five new titles just arrived from Dub Store in Japan. Ska titles and a trio of digital tunes. Nice as ever from Dub Store.
Next release on Pressure Sounds is a 10’ vinyl with four new cuts of the Chim Cherie rhythm. A side has 2 cuts mixed by Diggory Kenrick with Lee Perry on vocals. Diggory also gets to weave his flute though Scratchs playful lyrics.
The flipside has 2 melodica cuts bent around the bass heavy rhythm that was recorded at the Black Ark studio. Addis Pablo is building himself a reputation for modern roots music and his take on the Chim Cherie see’s him following in his fathers abstract evocative journey through the roots music he did much to define. The Pablo cuts are mixed by Martin Harrison. Comes in a hand stamped sleeve. Top draw. Available direct from Pressure Sounds in early September 2015.
We have a the Kool Roots vinyl Lp by Earth and Stone back in stock.
We have just added the 4 new Dub Store releases to the website. All excellently presented and well mastered.
Pressure Sounds will have a stall at the Independent label market Spitalfields market this Saturday the 11th of July. We will have the new release Next Cut and the slik screen albums on sale. Plus various bits and pieces that are not available else where.
Compelling roots from Chezidek tougher beat than the original release. Comes with hand stamped label styleee. The version side is excellent, Russ D gives an old idea a new twist. Lovely.
For a long time Uk Steppers lacked real quality JA vocalists. This is great in its own way. A perfect hybrid of the 4 on the floor euro beat mixed with high quality Jamaican artist Luciano. The real thing.
Burru Banton could sing the telephone directory and make it sound essential.
Russ D and Frenchie conjure up a tuff steppers beat that shifts. Slightly slower than these things generally are and all the better for that. Hot stuff on the flipside as well.
The Mad Lads in serious Motown mode on the A side with 'So Afraid' The flipside is really good as well with The Techniques handling 'The Reason Why'.
The Shades in lush romantic mode. A delight from start to finish.