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TIGHTEN UP presents:
THE LEGENDARY RECORD STORE CLASH:
DUB VENDOR meets PEOPLE SOUND
(in association with Tuff Scout/Out On The Floor Records)
Saturday 7th June
5 Station Place
FREE B$ 10pm / £3 til 11pm / £4 after
Music Policy: Hot Ska, Cool Rocksteady, Boss Reggae, Raw Roots, Vital Dub and beyond...
Special Guests: PAPA FACE (DUB VENDOR) meets RY JAMAH aka ROY TEMPO (PEOPLE SOUND)
TIGHTEN UP CREW featuring MC CHAMPIAN pon di mic
Expect the hottest SKA, coolest ROCKSTEADY, ruffest REGGAE, tuffest ROOTS and the hardest DUB on offer in The Big Smoke as we celebrate the legendary record shops that so many of us grew up in and that continue to enrich the lives of vinyl obsessives around the world!
Joining us for this friendly meeting of musical minds (and record boxes!) will be DUB VENDOR'S legendary selector and phenomenal MC - PAPA FACE - going toe-to-toe and tune-for-tune with his long-time sparring partner and record shop rival - RY JAMAH aka ROY TEMPO - vinyl connoisseur extraordinaire - representing PEOPLE SOUND!!!
Expect another action-packed, ALL-KILLER-NO-FILLER revival session to get your hearts pumping and your feet moving!
As always - Tighten Up Crew selectors TIM P & MISTAH BROWN will be laying the musical foundations on which BIG TINGS will be be built with a 45 selection straight out of the top drawer while UK sound system legend CHAMPIAN rocks the mic in fine style!
You can't lose!
TIGHTEN UP is presented in association with our sponsor TUFF SCOUT/Out On The Floor Records - purveyors of fine vinyl situated at 10 Inverness Street, NW1 7HJ London Borough of Camden Tel: 020 7485 9958
The Pressure Sounds Record Store Day Boxes are now available direct from our website. Please just buy one each!!
We have a limited amount of Record Store Day Boxes that we have kept for Pressure Sounds Mail order customers. We are limiting them to 1 each so please dont try to buy more as we dont have many left. They will be going on sale this Saturday the 26th of April. Price £25.
The follow up to the Yabby You album Deeper Roots is released on Pressure Sounds in late May 2014. It's a 16 track set and has the same mixture of dub plates, alternate mixes and rare 45s as the first album. There will also be 2 singles taken from the album released in late May.
'Sipping I and I Chalice' and version and 'Chant Down Babylon Kingdom' and version are the two 45s. The 'Chant Down Babylon Kingdom' and version are previously unreleased mixes.
We have a hand silk screen printed box containing 5 forty-five records for Record store day on the 19th of April. The box is limited to approx 350 copies. Four of the five records will have been available from us before. It's only available from Records Stores and you will not be able to buy it from the Pressure Sounds website.
This is not aimed at regular buyers of Pressure Sounds records as most of you will have the discs already. The Joy Lindsay 45 This Child of Mine which has not been available before will be available from the Pressure Sounds website in late May 2014.
Dub Vendor at Black Market in Soho will be stocking the box as will other shops scattered around the world. Its difficult for us to say where exactly as we are not distributing the box but ask at your local store if you want them to order it. The box will be retailing at £25 approximately.
The five 45s in the box are
Joy Lindsay - This child is mine
Pat Francis - Guys get a blow
Big Youth - Town without pity
The Attaras- Brimstone and fire
Joe Higgs - Let us do something
Niney Produced Steppers from the Rock Tone Band. Comes with the version of the same tune on the flipside.
Johnny Clarke roots produced by Bunny Lee and flipside is a King Tubby mix. Nice.
Slow sticky roots from Channel One. Hopeton Junior on familiar Channel One turf. Excellent dub on the flipside
Melodic roots produced by Clive Chin. Nice Trombone led dub on the flipside. Excellent stuff.
Uptempo reflections on the blessed erb.
Roots steppers from Trevor Byfield