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Cat: LVD 001. Rel: 04 Sep 23
Expansions (feat Shniece) (4:06)
Expansions (dub) (4:13)
Review: Prince Fatty's new independent record label Lovedub Limited kicks off with a super 7" from the man himself. It is in fact something of an homage to the 1970s jazz-funk of Lonnie Liston Smith but with some hefty dub and reggae treatment. Shniece Mcmenamin stars on vocals and brings plenty of summer soul to the groove which is also lit up with free-flying flute lines over steady reggae rhythms that will sink you in deep to Winston "Horseman" Williams and Carlton "Bubblers" Ogilvie's drums, organ and piano. On the flip is the dub with the iconic Liston-Smith melody leading you through a lazy afternoon in style.
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 in stock $15.88
Breathing Under Honey
Cat: LOW 16. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Stones On The Beach (4:16)
Submerging Emergency (3:55)
Sea Slug Bender (2:48)
Fair Game (4:35)
Brigade Spinnet (1:37)
Tiger Shark (3:34)
Age Old Squall (1:26)
Basic Trouble (5:01)
Mirage Game (4:05)
Review: The word on the street is that treasured oddball label and erstwhile record shop Low Company is calling time on its operations with this typically introverted, misfit album from Static Cleaner Lost Reward. The label's astute curation has led unsuspecting listeners to incredible music which doesn't seem to make sense anywhere else, and so it goes with this outstanding final record from Melbroune/Naarm oddity Tarquin Manek. Low Company spell out the vibe of the record best - "echo-distressed, loop-me-crazy song-forms, zonked exotica, slacker-techno and crudely soldered, seasick cyberpunk." If that doesn't spark your interest, then what will?
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 in stock $15.87
Chi Town Reggae
Chi Town Reggae (limited 7")
Cat: SNDW 7028. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Chi-Town Reggae (3:46)
Hail Jah (3:52)
Review: Blending reggae, disco, soul, funk and roots - comes the reissue of the highly sought-after 7" from 1979 by Gypsy Fari, the first known reggae outfit from Chicago, born in the south side of the city after a chance meeting between St Kitts expat Leroy Webster and local music graduate Kevin Coleman. The pair set out to blur the boundaries of genre with their unique brand of music, spearheaded by Webster's Caribbean roots and fused with the soul and blues of the midwest.On the A-side, 'Chi-Town Reggae' springs out the gate with fast-paced disco-reggae, powered by a relentless rhythm section and Webster's infectious vocal melody. On the flip, 'Hail Jah' is a swaggering, deep roots reggae cut that pays homage to Webster's heritage - which he wrote on the hilltops of the outskirts of Kingston, Jamaica.
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Sunshine Dub Me (Record Store Day RSD Black Friday 2023)
Cat: PIASC 1029EP. Rel: 01 Dec 23
Punch Dub (3:43)
Angry Dub (4:08)
No Trophy Version (3:23)
This Town Version (2:56)
Lying In The Dub (3:54)
Sky Holds The Dub (3:51)
Review: Founding Bees members Paul Butler and Aaron Fletcher recorded the original Sunshine Hit Me on the Isle of Wight in their own home garden studio which they called The Shed. A year after release in 2003 it got recognised with a Mercury Music Prize nomination and spawned some big singles. Now, 20 years on, it arrives once more but in an all-new and dubbed-out fashion. The six cuts include three which have never previously been released in any physical format and bring a fresh dimension to the originals.
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 in stock $18.52
Baby Come Back
Cat: STIX 061. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Baby Come Back (Mato Mellow Reggae mix) (4:16)
Baby Come Back (Mato dub version) (4:16)
Review: Stix Records, a sub-label of Favorite Recordings, presents the second release from its new Mellow Reggae Series project. Launched earlier this year by Mato & Ethel Lindsey, with a stunning cover of the famous 'What You Won't Do For Love' by Bobby Caldwell, the series continues with the same duo, now taking over 'Baby Come Back', the underground AOR/Blue-Eyed-Soul classic from The Player. Like he always does, Mato delivers an outstanding version, delighting us with his matchless skills for dub production. Already matching on Bobby Caldwell's rendition, Ethel Lindsey ensures yet again the perfect vocals over Mato's production.
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Played by: Charles Maurice
 in stock $15.35
Rarities 2010-2020: Japanese Tour Singles
Rarities 2010-2020: Japanese Tour Singles (limited LP with obi-strip + insert)
Cat: SNDWLP 157. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Be Thankful (3:15)
In Your Life (Lisa Tomlins version) (4:13)
Nightclub Daydream (3:35)
Floating Bridge (4:05)
Woah! There's No Limit (alternate version) (4:04)
Thinking Of Dub (3:55)
Makossa No 2 (4:04)
Cosmic Echoes In Dub (3:52)
Review: Fans rejoice - Lord Echo's limited vinyl-only singles is available digitally worldwide at last, as well as compiled on a vinyl album presented in an embossed Japanese printed sleeve and obi strip. Not one to succumb to the pressures of our capitalist overlords, the enigmatic producer continues to tinker away on various projects, including the hefty task of renovating an abandoned Masonic lodge into a recording studio in rural New Zealand. While we patiently await new music, we can revel in versions that escaped the typical overthinking that occurs during the album process, instead reflecting the spontaneity and freedom of a touring artist. All tracks here bar one ('Thinking of Dub') were initially released on short-run 7" singles for Echo's early Japan tours, made only available to dedicated fans who attended the live shows. Without further ado, Soundway presents Lord Echo's 'Rarities', a collection of sought-after singles now made very much accessible to you the people.
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 in stock $24.09
Get It Right: Afro Dub Funk & Punk Of Recreational Records '81-‘82
Cat: ERC 116. Rel: 05 Sep 22
Scream + Dance - "In Rhythm" (12" mix)
Talisman - "Wicked Dem" (12" mix)
Animal Magic - "Get It Right"
X-Certs - "Untogether"
Electric Guitairs - "Don't Wake The Baby"
Talisman - "Run Come Girl" (12" mix)
Scream + Dance - "Giacometti" (Wicked mix)
Ivory Coasters - "Mungaka Makossa"
Animal Magic - "Trash The Blad"
Scream + Dance - "In Pink & Black"
Review: The Emotional Rescue label has done a superb job of shining a light on the British post punk scene over the last decade or so. It now does so once more in fantastic fashion with a compilation of tunes from Bristol's short lived but much loved Recreational Records. The 10 tunes have been remastered and recut and they all sound as good now as ever. Highlights include X-Certs - 'Untogether' and Electric Guitar's 'Don't Wake The Baby' which sum up the collection perfect with their jangling dub rhythms, heavily treated vocals and oodles of delay all twisting your melon. This releases was included in Bandcamp's Essential Releases 2022.

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 in stock $26.46
Shining Dub & Shut Up Dub
Shining Dub & Shut Up Dub (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BSR 1202. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Shining Dub (3:59)
Shut Up Dub (5:21)
Review: The last album the mighty Lee Scratch Perry recorded before he died was Heaven, freshly released on Burning Sounds and leaving us with a lasting memory of his indelible influence on modern music. To accompany the full-length, the label have picked the versions of two album tracks and given them an airing on a standalone 12", cut nice and loud for the dance. 'Shining Dub' takes up the A side, and 'Shut Up Dub' takes the flip, and both dive deep into the echo chamber style Perry himself helped pioneer so many decades prior.
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 in stock $15.87
Reggae Dynamite Vol 5
The Regulators - "Love Is A Treasure" (2:22)
Woodfield Rd Allstars - "From Mandeville To Sligoville" (2:54)
Junior Dell & The D-Lites - "Second Shot" (2:38)
Woodfield Rd Allstars - "Jump The Gun" (2:38)
 in stock $16.15
Safari (Lexx mix)
Cat: ERC 097. Rel: 19 Dec 22
Safari (3:56)
Safari (Lexx Discomix) (7:38)
Review: Emotional Rescue closes out another brilliant year with one final hot drop. This sorting 7" Safari by King Sporty was the artist's first ever single back in 1976. It comes after the label has served up plenty of reissues of the man known as Noel Wiliam's tackle but this one might be the best. It's from his album Deep Reggae Roots and is nice tropical excursion with steamy hits, wooden percussive sounds and funky bass over a low-slung groove and chanting vocals. This one is backed with a special disco mix by Lexx that reworks the tune for more lively moments.
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 in stock $10.58
Rockers Meets King Tubbys In A Fire House
Cat: ORLP 28. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Rockers Meet King Tubbys Inna Fire House (4:04)
Short Man (dub) (3:07)
Zion Is A Home (4:24)
Dub In A Matthews Lane Arena (3:30)
Jah Say Dub (3:54)
Son Of Jah (dub) (3:38)
Simeon Tradition (3:20)
Selassie I (dub) (3:46)
Jah Mouly Ital Sip (2:49)
Review: Reissued via Only Roots in full, rejuvenated form, Rockers Meets King Tubbys In A Firehouse is a dub studio album by Augustus Pablo and King Tubby, first released in 1980. "Fire House" is a reference to the Waterhouse section of Kingston, where King Tubby's studio was located; however, one could consider it a double-entendre, not least since the only place to safely record such incendiary music is in a proverbial "fire station", otherwise all manner of fiery dub hell would presumably break loose. With the likes of Mickey "Boo" Richards, Leroy Wallace and Albert Malawi on drums, Robbie Shakespeare on bass guitar, and Earl "Chinna" Smith on guitar - together credited as the Rocking All Stars - the group conspire to produce such well-sculpted dub firebombs as 'Jah Say Dub' and 'Zion Is A Home'. This new reissue comes in the crispest quality yet, and once again rejumbles the original tracklist slightly.
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Played by: DJ ROCCA
 in stock $23.03
What You Won't Do For Love
Cat: STIX 059. Rel: 17 May 23
What You Won't Do For Love (Mato Mellow Reggae mix) (4:03)
What You Won't Do For Love (Mato dub version) (4:03)
Review: Thomas Blanchot has been casting a spell with his sun-soaked reggae renditions as Mato for a long time now. He's back on his regular stomping ground of Stix with a beautiful version of Roy Ayers' evergreen 'What You Won't Do For Love', with Ethel Lindsey taking on the role as singer to complement Blanchot's sweet and easy riddim. It's a tune primed to greet the warmer weather, staying faithful to the original while giving it a fresh spin. As well as the full vocal version on the A-side, we know full well you're going to love flipping it over for the consummate dub version on the B-side.
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Youths Of Today
Cat: YU 702. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Youths Of Today (3:02)
Youths Of Today (dub mix) (3:30)
 in stock $12.17
Rising To The Top
Cat: PLA 01. Rel: 13 Oct 23
Dee Sharp - "Rising To The Top" (4:19)
Fashion All Stars - "Give It All You Got" (4:19)
 in stock $17.47
Old Soul
Old Soul (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 581255 8. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Don't You Believe (2:35)
Cool As The Breeze (4:34)
Cast The First Stone (feat Damian "Jr Gong" Marley) (3:55)
Thanks We Get (Do Fi Dem) (feat Buju Banton) (3:55)
Don't Let Me Down (3:42)
Georgia On My Mind (4:29)
Let The Children Play (4:04)
Old Soul (3:31)
There's A Reward (feat Ziggy Marley) (3:45)
This Time (4:44)
These Foolish Things (Reminds Me Of You) (3:21)
I Shot The Sheriff (feat Eric Clapton) (4:59)
Standing In Love (feat Slightly Stoopid) (3:43)
Winding Roads (feat Jack Johnson, Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros) (4:27)
Review: Old Soul showcases eight-time Grammy-winner Stephen Marley's expanding musical horizons as a singer and songwriter with a new acoustic, soul-leaning album. Boasting an array of special collaborations, including Jack Johnson, Bob Weir, Eric Clapton, Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley, Ziggy Marley, Buju Banton and Slightly Stoopid. Described by close confidants as a coming-of-age journey - expanding on the legacy of his time-honoured father as the second son of reggae legend Bob Marley - this is Stephen's fleshed-out sonic methodology and blueprint in sound, for traversing the trials faced by a family in the limelight of posterity.
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Prince Fatty Meets The Gorgon In Dub
Cat: VPRL 4246. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Jah Jah Dub The Conqueror (3:35)
The Inversion (3:55)
Press The Dub Along (3:26)
Don't Try To Dub Me (3:14)
Dub Is Shining (4:15)
Give Thanks & Dub (4:26)
Garden Of Dub (2:44)
Prophetic Dub (3:45)
No Dub In Their Heart (4:47)
Abudajonoi (3:34)
Review: This album is the sonic distillation of a compelling backstory. Chancing on a vault of archived recordings by iconic reggae producer Bunny Striker Lee, modern dub producer and next-gen icon Prince Fatty (Mile Pelanconi) jumped at the chance to remix the versions in his own image, passing the tracks down to the modern listener (and the spirited torch of Lee's dub zeitgeist in the process). Fatty is said to have fed the audio into the analog realm for a true remixing; feeding each recording through a carefully built audio analog system similar to that used by King Tubby. The result is a crisp, modern dub masterwork, which Fatty himself acknowledging the songs' status as classics, but nonetheless admitting, "it's nicer and fresher to hear a new structure..."
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The Encyclopedia Of Civilizations Vol 5: Babylon
The Encyclopedia Of Civilizations Vol 5: Babylon (LP in embossed screen-printed sleeve + booklet)
Cat: ABST 033. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Uruk (6:10)
Akkad (7:35)
Ashur (6:02)
Kassaptu (3:30)
Mandragora (16:51)
Review: For the fifth volume of The Encyclopedia of Civilizations, Abstrakce's collection of split LPs - in which selected artists offer insight into fascinating ancient cultures - hears them focus this time on the enigmatic Babylon, visited by two of the label's favourite electronic bands currently active. Berlin-based duo Driftmachine take us on a journey between the ancient cities of Akkad, Uruk and Ashur. Bringing together astonishing electronics with a superb and precise sound - floating somewhere between modular ambient, leftfield, abstract dub - every detail has been carefully crafted to produce a complex architecture. Unconventional tribal rhythms recall obscure rituals, while warm, dynamic pulses contract and expand, interacting on their journey along the sandy roads of the Mesopotamian basin. Afterwards, Glasgow-based project Komodo Kolektif delves into the Babylonian vision of magic through the figures of the Kassaptu (witches and wizards), and the use of Mandragora. A blend of both tribal primitivism and a futuristic vision is provided by their vast arsenal of vintage synths and effects units, Eastern metallophones and traditional hand percussion. This is deep, psychedelic electronics that capture the spirit of ancient Babylonian sacred ceremonies and their vision of the cosmos.
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Back To Reggae Frank
Cat: DISCO 049. Rel: 13 Oct 23
Valerie (3:47)
Stronger Than Me (Root Reggae remix) (3:18)
You Know I'm No Good (Root Reggae remix) (3:08)
Me & Mr Jones (Root Reggae remix) (2:42)
Back To Black (Root Reggae remix) (3:01)
Rehab (Root Reggae remix) (3:29)
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (Root Reggae remix) (3:11)
Wake Up Alone (Root Reggae remix) (3:04)
Take The Box (Root Reggae remix) (2:50)
Love Is A Losing Game (Root Reggae remix) (2:01)
Review: Well, there are no prizes for geeing what this one is about - it is a collection of classy and authentic roots, reggae and lover's rock versions of all the tunes from Amy Whinehouse's seminal Back to Black album. Importantly, the voice of the late, great jazz singer herself is left in place and it is just the music that's replayed by a selection of people - who do a fine job. Interestingly, the sounds all sound as good as the originals despite the stylistic departure, making this a great addition to the shelves for anyone who fancies hearing Winehouse in a new context.
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Dubplate #4: Step It Up
Cat: MYD 004. Rel: 16 Jan 23
Step It Up (3:51)
Step It Up (DJN4 & AKI AKI Digi dance mix) (6:02)
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Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea
Cat: ERC 028R. Rel: 09 May 22
Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea (7:31)
Acab (part 2) (1:45)
Yahoo! (2:49)
Take Your Coat Off (2:10)
Take Your Coat Off (part 2) (1:06)
Ooh, Ah Yeah! (2:41)
Ooh? (3:35)
Review: There are seemingly no limits to the music Emotional Rescue will put out. This time they look back to the post punk scene of Bristol in the early 80s. Mouth was a short-lived outfit that put out just a couple of releases, but each one blazed a trail though leftfield percussive sounds, wave, weird jazz and electronics. Andy Guy and Rob Merrill were the main members with the likes of Nellie Hooper also in the band's orbit. This record is packed with tribal drumming and floating horns, broken dubs and avant-jazz but all with a proudly DIY attitude. It's packed with heady moments and wild steppers that havent aged a bit and still sound future.
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 in stock $10.58
Exodus (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 472762 2. Rel: 25 Sep 15
Natural Mystic (3:25)
So Much Things To Say (3:07)
Guiltiness (3:16)
The Heathen (2:31)
Exodus (7:32)
Jamming (3:32)
Waiting In Vain (4:08)
Turn Your Lights Down Low (3:38)
Three Little Birds (2:59)
One Love/People Get Ready (2:50)
 in stock $19.59
Ain't Nobody
Cat: ISLE 007. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Ain't Nobody (7:19)
Checking Out The Way I Feel (6:47)
Ain't Nobody (Jura Soundsystem edit) (7:35)
Ain't Nobody (Jura Soundsystem dub) (7:10)
 in stock $13.76
Heaven (180 gram vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: BSRLP 840. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Heaven (4:04)
Good News (3:28)
Shut Up (4:44)
Baby Elephant (4:32)
Peace (4:03)
God Smile (3:28)
Shining (4:43)
Repented (4:32)
Review: Dub innovator, celebrated smoker of the herb and much-loved nutter Lee Scratch Perry has been gone a while now but his musical legacy will never fade. Partly, of course, because he made so damn much of it during a prolific career, most of it at his own iconic Black Arc studios. Not so much of it was solo work but Heaven is, and is also the final album he wrote before passing in late 2021. His contribution to Jamaican music knows no bounds and took the form of him being producer, arranger, writer and artist. His unique take on the island's signature sound is present and correct here.
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 in stock $18.79
Journey Home
Journey Home (limited LP)
Cat: BLESSYOU 019. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Moonphase (3:43)
Track 2 (4:14)
Creek Rock Theme (3:57)
Rocksteady High (5:05)
Transitions (5:37)
Te Cuento (4:17)
Experiment Four (5:27)
Green Water (4:49)
Review: After his first album on Blessyou, Turquoise, Mogwaa aka. Seungyoung Lee, from Seoul, is back with another stellar contribution, this time re-visiting his earlier days of musical appreciation in reggae music. This album is another entirely instrumental work with eight tracks, effortlessly displaying his confidence in the studio when it comes to dreamy dubbed out ambient sounds intertwined with heavy digi, steppers, and even dancehall influences. A refreshing treat to the ear when it comes to contemporary productions as Mogwaa approaches the Jamaican genre with a refined aesthetic of his own. From Korea, with much craft and dedication for the music, it's a pleasure to have him back.
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 in stock $28.05
The Best Of The Specials
The Best Of The Specials (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 506051 6092260. Rel: 25 Jan 19
Gangsters (2:49)
A Message To You Rudy (2:53)
Nite Klub (album version) (3:20)
Concrete Jungle (3:19)
Too Much Too Young (live) (2:08)
Blank Expression (2:43)
Doesn't Make It Alright (3:28)
Rude Boys Outa Jail (2:41)
Rat Race (3:10)
Man At C&A (3:39)
Do Nothing (single version) (3:38)
Stereotypes (7:25)
International Jet Set (album version) (5:38)
Friday Night, Saturday Morning (3:32)
Why? (2:58)
Ghost Town (Full version) (5:52)
What I Like Most About You Is Your Girlfriend (album version) (4:52)
Racist Friend (single version) (3:56)
War Crimes (single version) (3:57)
Nelson Mandela (album version) (4:07)
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Jah Creation
Jah Creation (limited 12")
Cat: CGI 12014. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Jah Creation (5:40)
You Don Me Wrong (5:51)
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Styla (feat Main Phase remix)
Cat: INSTINCT 26. Rel: 02 Oct 23
Styla (5:19)
Styla (main Phase remix) (5:47)
Ruff Dub (4:31)
Gravedigger (4:24)
Review: Get your best-worst bass face ready and cock those gun fingers cause Instinct is back with more rude as you like garage. Prozak takes care of this one with the old school vibes of 'Styla' first up. It's got ragga vocals, bleeps and blistering bass set to a prickly garage beat that cannot fail to make a mark. The Main Phase remix is a more traditional garage sound with crisp hits and great swing. 'Ruff Dub' on the flip ups the ante and gets even more nawty and nasty while 'Gravedigger' brings a dark sense of swing to shut down another fine EP.

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Sweet Sensation
Cat: ISLE 022. Rel: 22 Nov 23
Sweet Sensation (6:32)
Sweet Dub (4:16)
Review: Isle Of Jura always deals in left-of-centre sounds from the vast dub universe. This drop from Sonia Whittingham originally came back in 1988 and is a real clean lovers rock gem. Because of that, it's a much sought-after 12" that is often listed for over 100 quid on second-hand sites. This reissue allows you to swerve all that and as well as the original, with its sweet-as-you-like vocal and clean digital synths. Flip it over for the Love Dub Band's more heady and stoner-style 'Sweet Dub.'
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Played by: Jura Soundsystem
 in stock $16.68
Coconut Rock
Coconut Rock (hand-stamped 7" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: AJX 7735. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Coconut Rock (3:44)
Uptown Dub (3:35)
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Chant Down Babylon
Cat: YU 705. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Chant Down Babylon (2:32)
Chant Down Babylon (Chant dub mix) (2:46)
Review: The Vivian Jackson label has locked in this crucial reissue of a roots classic from Yabby U, a late Jamaican artist and producer who released it originally back in 1977. 'Chant Down Babylon' is a warm one with lazy and rolling drums and natty acoustic guitar riffs with Jah worshiping vocals and Babylon yearnings that unfurl up top with a real smoothness. On the flip, you will find the 'Chant Dub Mix' which removes the vocal chantings and allows the hats to hiss and the snares to take off like UFOs while the fleshy low end is couched in oodles of reverb.
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You'll Never Need Somebody (reissue)
Cat: MISSYOU 029. Rel: 23 Oct 23
You'll Never Need Somebody (original 1981 mix) (3:34)
You'll Never Need Somebody (Disco 45 mix) (7:36)
You'll Never Need Somebody (4:31)
You'll Dub (Androo Synth mix) (4:37)
You'll Dub (Androo Percussion mix) (4:38)
You'll Dub (Androo Essential mix) (4:38)
Review: Originally put out in 1981, Merlyn Brooks' 'You'll Never Need Somebody' got a superb lovers' rock cover from Janice Walker that oozes with romance and groove. It always soon sells out and now gets reissued again by Miss You with several different versions. The original 1981 mix opens up with its lush harmonies and gentle grooves and then comes a 45 mix and original, with Androo stepping up for three dub versions on the flip. One is synth-heavy, one is all about the percussion and one he bills an Essential mix.
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 in stock $22.22
Smells Like Teen Spirit (reissue)
Smells Like Teen Spirit (reissue) (7" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: PARK 1045. Rel: 19 Jul 22
Smells Like Teen Spirit (3:17)
Summer Madness (4:03)
Review: Japanese outfit Inokashira Rangers are the world's finest group of Hammond-heavy reggae cover version maestros. They turn their hands to a range of stone cold Western classics and always bring a little sense of fun to their versions. Here it is Nirvana's Smells 'Like Teen Spirit' which they tackle and it is a much loved cut that always sells out, so now gets a reissue. On the flip side is the equally brillaint but more comic 'Summer Madness' with its pillowy drums and liquid synths. A left of centre brace of tunes but essential none the less.
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Obeah Book
Cat: ROOTS 47. Rel: 30 Nov 23
The Ethiopians - "Obeah Book" (2:56)
Observer - "Back Weh" (3:24)
Review: The Ethiopians were a big part of the 70s roots and reggae scene. Their catalogue has been pillaged here by the always-on-point Belgian label Roots Vibration, and they have come up with their 'Obeah Book' tune for reissue on this 45rpm. It was produced by Niney The Observer and is a deep steady and rolling rhythm that has some nice and playful piano up top, but the icing on the cake is the heartfelt vocals. On the back, Observer goes it alone with 'Back Weh', a nice head-twisting dub.
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Babylon Shuffle
Cat: TB 008. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Call Yu Out (2:26)
Babylon Shuffle (feat Achante) (3:15)
In Da Morning/Shaka (feat Achante) (5:18)
Mango In Da Parish (5:34)
Unformidable/Call It Out (5:41)
Og (outro) (2:34)
Review: It's time to touch base with Errol and Alex Rita's Touching Bass here as the small but already great-sounding label hits release number eight with this fine Babylon Shuffle release. All six tracks from Last Nubian and Geneva's Sweet Fruity Brunch blend the sounds of inner city London with deep house and broken beats, starting with the party vibes of 'Call Yu Out'. 'In Da Morning/Shaka' (feat Achante) then has lithe and wispy synths shimmering over metallic broken beats with great vocals adding soul and 'Mango In Da Parish' is a b-side highlight with its beautifully delicate house drums keeping the dancefloor afloat next to jazzy flutes.
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Played by: Mike O'Mara
 in stock $14.81
Heavenly Remixes 7 & 8
Heavenly Remixes 7 & 8 (unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: HVNLP 216CD. Rel: 28 Sep 23
David Holmes & Raven Violet - "It's Over If We Run Out Of Love" (Hardway Bros live At The SSL dub)
Unloved - "Mother's Been A Bad Girl" (Horse Meat Disco remix)
Pip Blom - "Keep It Together" (Ludwig AF Under Pressure mix)
Confidence Man - "Holiday" (Erol Alkan OOO remix)
Toy - "You Won't Be The Same" (Dan Carey dub)
Audiobooks - "The Doll" (Bruise remix)
The Orielles - "The Room" (Shy One remix)
Eyes Of Others - "Once Twice Thrice" (The Orielles remix)
Fever The Ghost - "Source" (Leo Zero dub)
Working Men's Club - "The Last One" (Foregmasters remix)
The Orielles - "Beam/S" (Space Afrika remix)
Amber Arcades - "Turning Light" (Justin Robertson Deadstock 33's Meditation)
Unloved - "Number In My Phone" (Black Science Orchestra dub)
Confidence Man - "Toy Boy" (Raw Silk instrumental remix)
David Holmes & Raven Violet - "It's Over If We Run Out Of Love" (Lovefingers & Heidi Lawden Low Tide mix)
Baxter Dury - "Miami" (Pilooski instrumental dub)
Out Cold - "Loving Arms" (Hardway Brothers remix)
Working Men's Club - "Cut" (Mella Dee Spangled On The Terrace dub)
Eyes Of Others - "Safehouse" (Decius remix)
Katy J Pearson - "Howl" (Umlauts remix)
Fran Lobo - "All I Want" (Tone remix)
Review: Heavenly Recordings' ongoing rifle through their vaults of remixes - a bulging one, since they've been going since the turn of the 90s - has reached volumes seven and eight, which are presented on one double-disc set. It's naturally a varied and high-quality collection, with the myriad highlights including Hardway Brothers' throbbing, acid-flecked 'Live at the SSL Dub' of David Holmes and Raven Violet's 'It's Over if We've Run Out of Love', Bruise's shimmering, garage-flecked revision of Audiobooks' 'The Doll', Forgemasters' moody Steel City house take on Working Men's Club, Space Afrika's decidedly intergalactic (and genuinely brilliant) re-imagining of The Orielles''Beams', Pilooski's analogue-rich rub of 'Miami' by Baxter Drury, and Black Science Orchestra's vintage dancefloor dub of Unloved's 'Number in My Phone'.
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The Beacon Street Collection
The Beacon Street Collection (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 582651 3. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Open The Gate (3:41)
Blue In The Face (4:30)
Total Hate '95 (3:18)
Stricken (4:05)
Greener Pastures (4:58)
By The Way
That's Just Me
 in stock $27.80
Praise Ye Jah (25th Anniversary Edition) (remastered)
Praise Ye Jah (3:54)
Dem A Wonder (4:02)
Homeless (4:02)
Blackness (4:01)
Inna Dem Face (3:55)
Give Thanks (4:17)
Haile Selassie (3:58)
No Other Like Jah (3:59)
How Dem A Flex (4:12)
Cowboy (3:56)
Greedy Joe (3:42)
 in stock $23.82
Another Moses (Record Store Day RSD 2023)
Cat: MD 026. Rel: 18 May 23
Who Shall I Fear
Mount Horeb
Another Moses
Who Shall I Fear Dub
Mount Horeb Dub
Moses Dub
Solomon Dub
Another Moses Dub
 in stock $26.46
We Need Love
We Need Love (limited 12")
Cat: SJR 35312. Rel: 04 Nov 16
Johnny Osbourne - "We Need Love" (3:41)
Otis Gayle - "I'll Be Around" (3:34)
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Pacific (7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PARK 1047. Rel: 17 Oct 22
Pacific (3:12)
Strings Of Life (3:27)
Review: Inokashira Rangers are world-renowned for their abilities in covering some of the world's best-known songs in the modes of ska and reggae, with versions of 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', 'Creep' and 'I'm Not In Love', all laid to sweet 7", dominating stores in recent years. Now the Japanese covertones throw a curveball, for once reworking some honoured dance music cuts. 808 State's 'Pacific State' and Derrick May's 'Strings Of Life' get a thorough skinhead reggae re-examining.
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Creep (7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PARK 1048. Rel: 17 Oct 22
Creep (3:23)
I'm Not In Love (3:29)
Review: Inokashira Rangers are kwon around the world as a legendary group of Hammond-heavy reggae masters with a fine knack for laying down big cover versions. Their take on 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' was recently reissued to great acclaim recently and now we get two more gems. First is Radiohead's 'Creep' which has haunting leads and echoing pads capturing the freaky vibe of the original. There is a more laidback vibe on the flip with 'I'm Not In Love' which has noodling synths and lazy drum loops sinking you in deep.
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Illusion (feat DJ Duckcomb mix)
Cat: ERC 103. Rel: 04 Sep 23
Illusion (6:08)
Illusion (version) (4:30)
Illusion (DJ Duckcomb Discomix) (7:38)
Review: Noted reggae vocalist Barry Biggs comes under the Emotional Rescue microscope here with celebrated LA digger Patrick Billard aka DJ Duckcomb remixing one of his cuts. First up is the original version of 'Illusion' which has big pianos over the clean digital dub. The soaring vocal is obscured by plenty of lush effects and melodies. After a version twists and contorts the original, the DJ Duckcomb Discomix slows things down and ups the dazzling disco vibes but keeps the dub dubby bottom end to ensure plenty of dance floor impact. This is a classy one as ever from this label.
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For The Love Of You Volume 2.1
Cat: AOTNCD 064. Rel: 01 Sep 22
Lorna Fletcher - "Just The Two Of Us"
Byron Walker & Sandra Edwards - "Don't Look Any Further"
Dave Barker - "Curious"
Valerie Harrison - "Fool's Paradise"
Chosen Few - "Don't Keep Me Waiting"
Sylvia Tella - "You Might Need Somebody"
Fallon Jennings - "All Night Long"
Pete Campbell - "Holding Back The Years"
Toyin Adekale - "Smile"
Derrick Cross - "Never Too Much"
Carl Johnson - "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much"
Trevor Walters - "Blood Is Thicker Than Water"
Review: Volume One of For the Love Of You was an instant hit and so it makes sense the irrepressible Athens of the North label has come back with a second volume. Once again this is a collection of soul covers featuring interpretations of Grover Washington Jr., Midnight Star, Meli'sa Morgan and Simply Red and loads more. The music is golden, the soul vibes rich, and the new styles brought to these classics is instantly appealing in a whole new way. As alwayss, this is another superb release from Athens of the North.
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Mun Dun Go
Cat: SJR 48012. Rel: 03 Nov 22
Cedric Im Brooks - "Mun Dun Go" (3:15)
Sound Dimension - "Heavy Rock" (2:56)
Review: Here's a killer reissue from the Soul Jazz archives which is finally getting a repress. It's hardly surprising when the reissue becomes as sought after as the holy grail original jam from 1970, a sublime instrumental anthem of soulful, skanking perfection with Cedric Im Brooks flexing his sax in glorious style over a beautifully rough n' ready rhythm. It was shortly after this recording was laid down Brooks went on to form The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari with Count Ossie, which tells you all you need to know about the heritage we're dealing with here.
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Ruffneck (limited 12")
Cat: DEMSING 006. Rel: 05 May 23
Ruffneck (album version) (5:42)
B-boy Stance (feat Tenor Fly) (4:40)
Warning (4:59)
Here We Go (4:56)
Review: Demon Singles Club's latest addition to their fantastic catalogue comes in the form of a re-issue of Freestylers' 'Ruffneck' EP. Formed in 1996, when DJs and producers Matt Canro and Aston Harvey made the wise decision to join forces, the duo went on to release their now iconic debut album We Rock Hard on legendary imprint, Freskanova. Met with quick critical acclaim, We Rock Hard became the duo's most commercially successful release to date. This latest release, 'Ruffneck', cherry picks four standout tracks from the hit-studded album. 'B-Boy Stance', 'Ruffneck', 'Here We Go', and 'Warning' are a journey through classic big beat and breakbeat electronica, which has remained the band's trademark sound to this day. Also including the original artwork, this is a thoughtful ode to the duo's boundary-pushing work.
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Played by: Osmose
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Valerie (7")
Cat: MG 07. Rel: 15 Dec 20
Valerie (3:41)
You Are Wondering Now (2:35)
Played by: Osmose
 in stock $10.33
Born Slippy (reissue)
Born Slippy (reissue) (7" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: PARK 1036R. Rel: 21 Jun 22
Born Slippy (3:29)
Groove Tube (3:18)
Review: Over the last couple of years, we've been treated to numerous reissues of classic cover versions by Japanese reggae/rocksteady combo Inokasira Rangers, including takes on Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', Pharrell's 'Happy' and New Order's 'Blue Monday'. Here we're treated to another, as the band's 2017 take on Underworld anthem 'Born Slippy' gets a fresh pressing. It's certainly a revolutionary revision, with Keichi Sokabe's surprisingly Karl Hyde-sounding lead vocal rising above a lusciously languid, sub-heavy reggae groove. Over on the flip they take on 'Groove Tube', a 1991 indie-pop-meets-acid house single from Japanese outfit Flipper's Guitar, reframing it as a baggy, glassy-eyed rocksteady number.

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Barb Wire
Cat: TIEU 028. Rel: 23 Nov 21
Nora Dean - "Barb Wire" (with Tommy McCook & The Supersonics) (2:21)
Winston Wright - "Mesh Wire" (with Tommy McCook & The Supersonics) (2:29)
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For The Love Of You (reissue)
Cat: AOTNLP 031. Rel: 24 Jan 23
Peter Huntingdale - "Rocking You Eternally" (3:43)
Christine Lewin - "Juicy Fruit" (3:57)
Pure Silk - "Don't Let Love Get You Down" (4:20)
Al Charles - "Outstanding" (5:47)
Karen Dixon - "I Want To Be Free" (6:06)
George Posse - "Touch A Four Leaf Clover" (feat Toyin Adekale) (4:23)
Misses Misty - "Mellow Mellow Ride On" (8:44)
Trevor Hartley - "The Look In Your Eyes" (4:39)
Family Love - "Do Me Baby" (5:22)
Michael Prophet - "Body Fusion" (3:42)
Michael Gordon - "What You Won't Do For Love" (4:51)
Simplicity - "For The Love Of You" (5:32)
Review: Edinburgh's Athens Of The North label is endlessly flawless and this time around they pull together the special lovers rock covers they put out at the end of last year onto a superbly strong 12 track compilation. It arrives just in time for the warmer months and has been curated by Sam Don and overseen by label boss Euan Fryer. Standouts include Christine Lewin's lush take on the heavily sampled "Juicy Fruit" while the lo-fi bliss of Al Charles's "Outstanding" is another one to swell the heart and sooth the soul. For more sentimental moments check Family Love's "Do Me Baby." Overall, though, this is a must buy.
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Who Can I Run To?
Who Can I Run To? (limited 12")
Cat: CHAD 101. Rel: 08 Sep 23
Jackie - "Who Can I Run To?"
Earth & Stone - "That's The Way You Feel"
Review: This is a reissue of two rare tracks from the late 70s UK reggae scene which originally surfaced on the Cha Cha Records roster, which launched in the late 1970s. This one first came in 1980: on the A-side, Jackie delivers a tuff lovers rock version of The Jones Girls' 'Who Can I Run To', released just a year earlier in 1979, recontextualizing the song by way of a more propulsive rhythm and higher tempo. On the B comes Earth & Stone, who present their classic roots cut 'That's The Way You Feel'.
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