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Normal Dub
Normal Dub (4x7" box set + insert + MP3 download code in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: KLD 001. Rel: 14 Sep 20
  1. Train Dub (5:23)
  2. Train Dub (version) (3:57)
  3. Dub Air (5:08)
  4. Over The Dub (4:35)
  5. Shift Work (4:36)
  6. The Digitalians (4:27)
  7. Normal Dub (6:05)
  8. The Chinesians (3:26)
  9. Goodbye Dub (2:08)
Review: A Rocket In Dub returns to Krachladen Records in the same month that he appears on a split 12" with Graph. This time he has put together four 7"s that explore his famously dubby, minimal sound. Each cut is a precise experiment in sound, with icy hits and liquid chords washing over you while various different dub moods percolate below. There are incidental jams that encourage your mind to wander, then more dense and intense cuts of late night menace. It is another accomplished work in the catalogue of a dub technician who has been on top of his game for years.
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Played by: Piers Harrison
 in stock $34.98
My Homeland
My Homeland (numbered 7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: IRON 01107. Rel: 16 Sep 20
  1. My Homeland (3:39)
  2. My Homeland (dub) (3:29)
Review: Alvin Davis is a musical polymath. He has worked in the worlds of jazz, reggae and soul with a slew of well known names such as Prince, Edwin Starr, Maxi Priest and David Hinds. This super limited 7" offers up a great horn and sax lead instrumental piece with Alvin's horns leading the charge. The mood is one of casual rejoice and subtle celebration - the hits in particular are a lovely hook that keep you locked. On the flipside, things get dread fuelled and deliciously dubby thanks to a rework from Alien Dread.
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 in stock $9.42
Dub Rosin Vol 1
Dub Rosin Vol 1 (limited 12")
Cat: KLDR 001. Rel: 14 Sep 20
  1. Graph - "Gowc Gowac" (5:31)
  2. Graph - "Kon Konwac" (5:25)
  3. A Rocket In Dub - "Otto" (6:22)
  4. A Rocket In Dub - "Quattro" (5:25)
  5. A Rocket In Dub - "Lion Night" (1:51)
Review: True to their usual form, Krachladen Records serve ups big release that is split between Dusseldorf IDM masters Graph aka Stefan Jurke & Jens Beyer and A Rocket In Dub. This is the first in what is promised to be a new series that pops up a few times a year. Graph's 'Gowc Gowac' is a deadly dub with plenty of sci-fi motifs that help add to a feeling of revelation despite the heavy bass. 'Kon Konwac' is all whirring sounds, clacking hits and looped sonic freakiness that keeps you guessing. The three cuts from A Rocket In Dub all offer atmospheric dub with otherworldly found sounds that have you gazing on in awe.
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 in stock $17.22
A Place Called Home
  1. Eva Keyes - "A Place Called Home" (3:40)
  2. Indica Dubs & Conscious Sounds - "Place In Dub" (3:39)
  3. Chazbo - "Zion Is Home" (3:40)
  4. Indica Dubs & Conscious Sounds - "Dub In Zion" (3:38)
Review: There's much to set the pulse racing on Indica Sounds' latest ten-inch, not least a first label appearance for rising star Eva Keyes, whose previous releases on Partial Records were all nigh on essential. 'A Place Called Home' is another brilliant soul-fired digital reggae excursion from the singer, with her trademark vocal lilt sounding more haunting than ever. Indica Dubs and Conscious Sounds make the most of selected vocal snippets on their accompanying dub mix, which naturally boasts tougher production and even weighty bass. Melodica maestro Chazbo gets to chance to do his thing over the same riddim on the flip ('Zion Is Home'), before Indica Dubs and Conscious Sounds successfully turn his take into a heavy steppers style workout ('Dub in Zion').
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Rise Again
Cat: BLK 038. Rel: 15 Sep 20
  1. Anthony Simba - "Rise Again" (3:50)
  2. Mixman - "Rise Again I-Sion" (Mixman dub Section) (3:43)
Review: Of late, Blakamix boss Dennis 'Mixman' Bedeau has offered up a number of reissues of killer cuts from his extensive back catalogue. He's at it again here too, delivering a re-press of his 2012 production for Anthony Simba, 'Rise Again'. The A-side original version is a typical digi-reggae excursion, with Simba singing sweetly and soulfully over crunchy machine drums, colourful synthesizer lines and, most surprisingly, 80s style Fairlight sampler orchestral stabs (as used in thousands of synth-pop records over the years). Bedeau strips out most of Simba's vocal on flipside workout 'Rise Again I-Son', a near perfect digi-dub excursion that's not only weighty and delay-laden, but also makes use of some deeper and hazier synthesizer sounds.
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 in stock $10.76
Albums
Access Denied
Access Denied (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: XRPVY 2002. Rel: 18 Sep 20
  1. Can't Pay Won't Pay (2:53)
  2. Stealing The Future (3:48)
  3. Frontline (3:08)
  4. Access Denied (3:39)
  5. Realignment (3:13)
  6. Comin' Over Here (feat Stewart Lee) (3:13)
  7. Human 47 (feat 47 Soul) (3:48)
  8. Mindlock (3:44)
  9. Swarm (4:06)
  10. Lost In The Shadows (5:09)
  11. Youthquake Part 1 - Greta Speaks (4:27)
  12. New Alignment (3:38)
  13. Frontline Santiago (feat Ana Tijoux) (3:40)
  14. Smash & Grab The Future (feat dub FX) (3:58)
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Skanking With The Upsetter: Rare Dubs 1971-1974
  1. Perry In Dub
  2. Three Blind Dub
  3. Perry's Rub-A-Dub
  4. Perry's Jump Up
  5. Dub With Feeling
  6. After Beat Dub
  7. Problem With Dub
  8. Roots Rock Dub
  9. Good Will Dub
  10. Skanking With Lee Perry
  11. John Crow Skank
  12. Kotch Up Dub
  13. Funky Dub
  14. One Drop Rockers
Review: First released in 2001 and now getting the reissue treatment, Skanking With The Upsetter gathers together 14 lesser-known Lee 'Scratch' Perry dubs and alternative mixes from the legendary producer's most productive period in the early 1970s. This was a time when Perry was working with a regular set of musicians at Black Ark, the studio he built in the back garden of his Kingston home. It was a set up that resulted in a string of classic reggae records - and even greater flipside dubs. Those versed in Perry's work in the period will know what to expect, namely tight, bass-heavy reggae riddims, stripped-back instrumentation, occasional odd sounds and the briefest snippets of vocal - all mixed live to tape with copious amounts of well-placed delay and reverb.
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