Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Babylon Observer Video Report: Greece, Arms Before People

WWW, December 2010 - As the European Union forces the country of Greece into cutting all kind of spendings, these very same leaders will also force the country into buying all kinds of stuff for the military.

One billion Euro's in cuts, two billion of Euro's into a couple of war ships from France. That is just one of the ways in which the country is being plundered by the global organizations.

Footage used with permission.

MORE INFO ON THE BABYLON OBSERVER MESSAGE BOARD

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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Babylon Observer Video Report: Christians Under Attack in Holy Land

Christians in Israel and the Palestine areas are suffering under heavy attacks by both extremist Muslims and Jews. Although some join the IDF, there are many who have to migrate or suffer severe persecution.

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MORE ABOUT THIS VIDEO REPORT ON THE BABYLON OBSERVER FORUM

Monday, December 20, 2010

JAH Speaks About X-mess

Hear ye the word which the LORD speaketh unto you, O house of Israel: Thus saith the LORD, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them. For the customs of the people [are] vain: for [one] cutteth a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the axe. They deck it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammers, that it move not. They [are] upright as the palm tree, but speak not: they must needs be borne, because they cannot go. Be not afraid of them; for they cannot do evil, neither also [is it] in them to do good.

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Friday, December 17, 2010

SO WHAT'S UP, MESSIAN DREAD?

WWW, December 16/17 2010 - Some emails, questions in chatrooms and elsewhere: seems like there are some people who like to know what's up with the Dubroom and me, Messian Dread. After everything kind of full-stopped a few months ago, we are now a few weeks before the new year 2011: it's more than time to break the silence on a larger scale than "just" on the Dubroom Forum and some chatrooms I sometimes visit.

There was one direct cause of me having to take it more easy, a thing which people who frequent the Dubroom for longer know: I have periods in which I do suffer a lack of energy, I collapse here and there after putting too much hay on my fork as they say in this agricultural place I live. This was also the case a few months ago, around the time of Buju Banton's bail hearing.

Actually, it was a culmination of things that caused me to be in the situation described in Psalm 23 where JAH makes His sheep to rest in the middle of the green grass. I know that it is JAH Himself Who leads me into such times and usually I come out of there stronger and different. I think this will be the case in this time as well.

The last year for me was quite intense. There were separations with people who are now cursing JAH after fooling some Idren for many years into trusting them as Idren, where the opposite was the case. They could not keep their true identity hidden after Jah Dawta strengthened our little flock of JAH that we are here, and now they show their true -ugly- face.

My official marriage with Jah Dawta was a highlight! We said "yes" to each other in the face of many witness, it was something we worked so hard for years to get this done and by the grace of JAH it happened. "A Love Story Only Jesus Can Write", as someone told us already years ago. And not just a "love story", but the actual creation of a spiritual team ready to chant down babylon and satan once more.

Anyway: what about the website?

Where I first updated the Dubroom on a daily basis, I changed that to updating weekly but even that proved to be too much for me, at least at this time. Because I basically locked myself in that format in which I had to update weekly, I could no longer do that. Simply did not have the time as other things needed to be dealt with as well. That's when I kind of completely collapsed.

As one door closes, another one opens. That's always the case for Jah children, and so it is in this time. To be exact: I don't see the open door yet, but I do feel it.

Changes will be there, on the website. Definitely. I am working on a format that will make the site look better especially in newer computers, and will make it more easy for me to post stuff. Everything to do with (DUB) Reggae and Consciousness, obviously. However, I do feel kind of strong that things will be more loose in the sense that I will probably not be able to guarantee updates on a set time.

Changes will be there globally, too, a thing that I feel in every inch of my body and soul. Babylon is in total panique as her plan for the establishment of her planet-wide prison is continually exposed on every level. The economies collapse in especially USA and Europe, the first one being subjected from isolation from the rest of the world as on one hand people do see the evil being done in the name of USA and others who live there trying to save something what they believe the USA should be.

As things develop, I do feel that I need to document, record and comment on the events. This is done in the Babylon Observer segment of the Dubroom, a part which is arguably even more important than the musical reviews and for which I definitely know myself to have to give energy to. The Babylon Observer weblog and messageboard are currently very much alive and active! I feel strongly that the Babylon Observer will be more actively reporting, documenting and commenting in the coming times.

Musically, I tried to do things this year but -especially now that my headphones broke- I do not think that this is the most important thing for me to do right now, making music that is. Sure, many people ask me when I will put new tunes out, but I really do not feel like doing so and especially since I now have to save some money to get myself headphones again next year I see that Jah is not in a hurry to make me make music either.

Jah made me a free man in the sense that I do not have to solicitate for donations or -even worse- trying to get contracts or sell my music or other stuff. He dictates to me what I am supposed to do, and He provides me with the energy to do what I am supposed to do. I will not get energy for things I'm not supposed to do.

Right now, I am definitely not supposed to make music. Sure, many people would love me to release new tunes and actually ask me about it but I know there are things more important -and urgent- than making music. Being an observer of what's going on in Babylon, an observer without any other agenda than the word MARANATHA, I am definitely not only a producer/musician. There is a time and season for everything. Some people might be drawn to make music especially in this time, where others -like me- are being put on a different track.

Sure, there will be some people disappointed by this "news", if you will, the news that I really cannot tell you when I will start to release musical stuff again. I cannot apologize for it because I myself am not the master of my life, and I do not think that Jah has to apologize for anything. Let's say, that Jah put me on a musical sabbatical or whatever the right phrase is.

There's a lot of things that I think about doing, but there's a difference between what I would like to do and what I'm supposed to do. Usually, as stated before, I go by the energy that Jah gives me. I won't get the energy to make music, I simply conclude I'm not supposed to and to be frank, there are several reasons I can see just why that is. Music is strong, but it can also be used as a way of concealing other things. Like it is said that the band played while the Titanic sank to the bottom of the sea, it could very well be that as long as I make music I am not speaking out about this sinking ship that is called Babylon and of which I see so many brethren and sistren identifying themselves with. Is that not a much more urgent thing to address than releasing the next drum and bassline?

So, then, what is my idea about activities in the near future?

When I follow the visions of my eyes and the sound in my ears, I feel strongly that I am led to dig deeper and deeper into matters that I already have been studying and researching for many years. The story of the Creator and His creation, if you will. Especially in this time, I sense that there is a next birth pain coming up, a prophetic change of seasons if you will. This will include more separation of the goat and the sheep, this will include that those who are dirty will become more dirty whereas those who are clean will become more clean. It's a supernatural process which adheres to supernatural laws, described in the Book of Books (Bible).

I feel led to start compiling my research, observing the current things that reach my vision and speak out with my mouth what my eyes and ears observe. In this season, for me the time has come to break away from expectations one and ones might have and do only what I know JAH wants me to do. I feel no other obligations, I do not have the energy to do what I know many would like me to do.

I will keep updating the website and weblogs, will also keep on reviewing music and perhaps start podcasting again as well, but this does not have my priority at the moment. Nothing against music, of course, this is just a thing that I personally am going through and this is for me. I really feel very strong that JAH wants to show me and perhaps others that HE owns me and HE created me. I did not create myself.

In the case you want to stay up-to-date with my current runnings, I suggest to subscribe to one or more mailing lists or even better: become a member of the Dubroom Message Boards and start to contribute to the massive amount of material we've come up with during the years.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread

Sunday, September 26, 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION SEPTEMBER 27 - OCTOBER 2

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION SEPTEMBER 27 - OCTOBER 2

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION SEPTEMBER 27 - OCTOBER 2

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION SEPTEMBER 27 - OCTOBER 2


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, September 20 2010 - Will Buju Banton's innocence be acknowledged or rejected by the jury? That's the question, and also the one and only topic of this week's edition of Dubroom Online. For it is in this week that we will see just what the jury will decide.

Next week, Jah Willing, there's gonna be a lot of musical works reviewed. There's a lot on the table, but the issue concerning Buju Banton has my one and only focus at the moment. I can not write a positive review about anything, as I have this vision of Buju Banton locked in a jail because he was clearly entrapped by Babylon.

The fact that the jury could not come to a decision which in itself is not so difficult to make -Buju is innocent of the crime they say has been committed but he's the victim of government sponsored agent provocateurs who entrapped him- worries me.

Are they wanting to know the truth or are they just doing what they are supposed to do in this New World Order?

We will see it this week.

When Buju will be free, there's gonna be a lot of celebration. When they decide to follow lies and keep him in jail, there's gonna be a lot of chanting down Babylon.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

Monday, September 20, 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION SEPTEMBER 20-26 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION SEPTEMBER 20-26 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION SEPTEMBER 20-26 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION SEPTEMBER 20-26 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, September 20 2010 - It's a bit difficult to be enthusiastic over the contents of this edition of Dubroom Weekly: after all, this is the day in which Buju Banton is going to court to face his accusers that framed him. However, with three podcasts and seven crucial free and legal MP3 files, it's worth to check out.

Yes, we started doing Podcast reviews again after what could very well be over a year in which there was no podcast review. We've got two UK Sound System sessions, one live and one done for the Internet by DJ Ian Irie from the Ambassada Hi Powah Sound.

Since there's only a little bit of space left for this month in the Dubroom's podbean account, this week's podcast is almost one hour. In October we can start doing longer ones again and Jah Willing, we will.

Then there is my small commentary on what is scheduled to happen today in Miami (USA), when Buju Banton will be facing his accusers. A scandal, or should I even say, several scandals as certain websites express their joy over Buju's situation, not even caring as to whether he actually did what his accuser say he did.

We've got six tunes from the Polish based Ostrada festival: Mungo's HiFi and Zion Train, Everton Blender, Johnny Clarke and Rootz Underground, they're all present in Hi quality free/legal MP3 format.

Hopefully, next week we'll be having a better time as Jah Willing Buju Banton will be considered innocent even though the web of lies that the gov't created is kind of thick.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

ON THE BUJU BANTON MATTER

ON THE BUJU BANTON MATTER
MESSIAN DREAD COMMENTARY

ON THE BUJU BANTON MATTER



WWW, September 20 2010 - Today is the day in which Buju Banton will finally appear before the american judge after he was framed by a government paid informer, who also received money to get the Dancehall and Reggae vocalist in prison.

On the Dubroom Message Boards, the "Buju Banton Cokane Case" is followed by several members who post updates when they happen. It will probably be the same in the next couple of days, when things will become more clear. However, I am feeling pressed to write my own commentary on "the-day-before", if you will (this was actually written September 19).

When the news broke, last year December, that Buju Banton was arrested for allegedly planning to sell over five kilo's of cokane, there was hardly anyone who could take it serious. It was almost a laughing matter, was it not for the fact that this is a serious thing when you are being arrested in the USA for these charges.

As I overstand the story, Buju Banton had a conversation with a paid government informer on a an airplane from Spain to the USA, after which he remained to have contact with this informer. According to the little information that comes out, this informer pressed Buju to do cokane deals.

Then, there are two other people arrested together with the Reggae singer. One of them initially signed a statement saying Buju Banton has nothing to do with the cokane case these people might or might not be involved in. However, both men have joined Babylon and are now accusing Buju Banton in order to get a lower sentence themselves. These things are very normal in the USA and they are called "plea-deals". In short: when the government can't get their evidence, they just intimidate you and say: "plea guilty, we will lower the sentence".

Plea-deals are an abomination, both for truth-finding and for the overall sense of justice. How many people have actually said they were guilty of a crime they did not commit, only because if they keep sticking to the truth they will serve much longer in these prisons? JAH knows, definitely!

Personally, I do not believe that Buju Banton has anything to do with any cokane case. Sure, when you're working in music you will be confronted with hard drugs, simply because many artists and other workers in music are using the drugs. This is the closest connection between Buju Banton and cokane I can think of.

Buju Banton is a very popular artist. He might not be a zillionaire like many of these superstars, But I do not think he really needed to get himself into any cokane deals in order to make his living. On top of that, Buju Banton would probably have known about the fact that the US government create most of their drug cases by means of paid informers, or should I say, agent provocateurs...

Buju was obviously framed. There are too many people who would like him to shut down as his musical works are an offense to certain politikal korrekt ones. I have seen "gay" websites cheering over the fact that Buju is in jail, some even saying that they don't care if Buju did the cokane thing or not.

I hope and pray, that JAH will not allow the shitstem to do to Buju Banton what they are obviously planning. I have little trust in the truth-finding nature that a court should be, but JAH is the Almighty.

One good thing which comes out of this, though: as far as I can see an end has come to the enormous flood of Reggae tunes worshipping the guy in the white house as people are waking up (again?) to the fact that gross injustice is being done, not only to Buju, but to many more Jamaican artists and non-artists who saw their visas revoked.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread

Monday, September 13, 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 23 - SEPTEMBER 19 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 23 - SEPTEMBER 19 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 23 - SEPTEMBER 19 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 23 - SEPTEMBER 19 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, September 12 2010 - Sure thing: it took a long time before this edition of Dubroom weekly was finally ready and that had nothing to do with any lack of contents, as you can see: hours and hours of music plus a review of the brand new Zion Train Dub Selections Sample pack which all Dub producers and Selectors must check out!

Sure: those who have been following up with the runnings in the Dubroom know that your's truly got married about a week ago and I was of the impression that before that time I could put out another edition of Dubroom Weekly.

It didn't mean there was nothing and that's why this kind of in-between edition of Dubroom Weekly is packed, literally. First of all with no less than six podcasts, that's well over 8 hours worth of music. Then with a brand new album by yours truly plus four single tracks which I did using the brand new Zion Train Dub Selections Sample Pack which -by the way- is also reviewed in-depth for this edition.

That's not all, either. Meet Aba Shanti-I, one of the leading sounds of UK DUB and ROOTS as they talk about their works for almost two hours on a video done for the Red Bull Music Academy. Download both chapters of the Revolutionary Dub Vibration compilations, plus some digital niceness by Injham and last but definitely not least: four special mixes by the UK DUB Twins Alpha and Omega.

Hopefully and Jah Willing, the next edition will be published on September 20. After that, we hope to be able to put out Dubroom Weekly on a real weekly basis.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

Messian Dread - Dubbing (Net Album)

MESSIAN DREAD - DUBBING
DUBROOM STAR SELECTIONS MP3 RELEASE

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WWW, August 2010 - Fifteen previously unreleased Dubs straight from the Dubroom Archives, most of which come from even previously unreleased riddims: It's called "Dubbing" and it's out there now!

Dubbing it is: from the top to the very last drop. Most of the tracks are previously unreleased riddims, with the exception of two or three, one of which even has a totally different drumline put to it than the one in which it was originally released.

Dubbing it is, also in the sense that the mixing is predominantly done in a pretty lively style. At places, everything goes wild and at other instances there's a more relaxed approach as the drum and bass find their way.

Most tracks on the album come with a Steppers drums, especially towards the end of the album you hear one after the other. There's several containing authentic recordings of pilots and army people talking about UFO sightings as well.

PLAYLIST

01. When The Dubbing Starts
02. Dubbing To The Spiritual Slaves
03. There Is More To Dubbing
04. Dubbing In This Wind
05. Where Dubbing Comes In The One Drop
06. Then There Was Dub
07. Dubbing To The Choir
08. Dubbing In This Timely Place
09. That Must Be Dubbing
10. This Dread Keeps Dubbing
11. Dubbing The Green Grass
12. Dubbing Steppers
13. Dubbing That UFO Inna Serious
14. When There Is Dubbing
15. Dubbing


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MESSIAN DREAD AND ZION TRAIN: ENTERING THE VAULT

MESSIAN DREAD AND ZION TRAIN: ENTERING THE VAULT
DUBROOM ZION TRAIN DUB SELECTIONS REVIEWED TRACK 1

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WWW, September 2010 - This is the first track of four accompanying the Dubroom review of the Zion Train Dub Selection Sample Pack available at the Future Loops website. It's created with Reason 3.0, and uses only Dr. Rex loops from the pack. the effects are kept to a minimum with two echo's, one reverb, and the filters on the loop players.

This track is part of the Dubroom review of the Zion Train Dub Selections Sample Pack available at Future Loops. Please do not re-distribute this track but consider it as an argument to actually purchase the pack.

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MESSIAN DREAD AND ZION TRAIN: WATCH HOW YOU'RE DUBBING

MESSIAN DREAD AND ZION TRAIN: WATCH HOW YOU'RE DUBBING
DUBROOM ZION TRAIN DUB SELECTIONS REVIEWED TRACK 2

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WWW, September 2010 - This is the second track of four accompanying the Dubroom review of the Zion Train Dub Selection Sample Pack available at the Future Loops website. It's created with Reason 3.0, and uses -other than a simple piano and organ- only Dr. Rex loops from the pack. The effects are kept to a minimum with two echo's, one reverb, and the filters on the loop players.

This track is part of the Dubroom review of the Zion Train Dub Selections Sample Pack available at Future Loops. Please do not re-distribute this track but consider it as an argument to actually purchase the pack.

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MESSIAN DREAD AND ZION TRAIN: IN TUNE WITH THE ZION TRAIN

MESSIAN DREAD AND ZION TRAIN: IN TUNE WITH THE ZION TRAIN
DUBROOM ZION TRAIN DUB SELECTIONS REVIEWED TRACK 3

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WWW, September 2010 - This is the third track of four accompanying the Dubroom review of the Zion Train Dub Selection Sample Pack available at the Future Loops website. It's created with Reason 3.0, and uses only Dr. Rex loops and samples from the pack. The effects are kept to a minimum with two echo's, one reverb, and the filters on the loop players.

This track is part of the Dubroom review of the Zion Train Dub Selections Sample Pack available at Future Loops. Please do not re-distribute this track but consider it as an argument to actually purchase the pack.

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MESSIAN DREAD AND ZION TRAIN: PICK IT UP IN DUB

MESSIAN DREAD AND ZION TRAIN: PICK IT UP IN DUB
DUBROOM ZION TRAIN DUB SELECTIONS REVIEWED TRACK 4

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WWW, September 2010 - This is the fourth track of four accompanying the Dubroom review of the Zion Train Dub Selection Sample Pack available at the Future Loops website. It's created with Reason 3.0, and uses only Dr. Rex loops and samples from the pack. The effects are kept to a minimum with three echo's, one reverb, and the filters on the loop players.

This track is part of the Dubroom review of the Zion Train Dub Selections Sample Pack available at Future Loops. Please do not re-distribute this track but consider it as an argument to actually purchase the pack.

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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

In the Meantime... (Messian Dread/Dubroom Update September 8 2010)

IN THE MEANTIME...



MESSIAN DREAD/DUBROOM UPDATE SEPTEMBER 8
2010


WWW, September 8 2010 - Those of you who have been patiently waiting until
the next update and don't check the Dubroom Messageboards, may have missed the
news that yours truly got married last september 3rd and this has caused a bit
of a pause in the updating process. Even though I did expect that I would be
able to update the site, I wasn't. In this update you can read about it all,
including the soon-to-come new edition of Dubroom weekly packed with too much to
mention in the this opening paragraph


At the moment I write this, I am very much busy updating this-and-that. Just
finished uploading 6 new podcasts, a total of over seven hours of music. Also
released a Messian Dread album and have some more music here waiting to be
processed before it can be released as well. Some of the tracks waiting here are
created with the use of the brand new ZION TRAIN DUB SELECTIONS sample pack,
which I'm currently reviewing as well.


All this and more has to be put in the next edition of Dubroom
"Weekly", a thing which can't be done in a few minutes time.
Especially not when you consider that in these last weeks there was just too
much to do and even though I tried harder than hard, I didn't work enough to get
everything done. After all, I don't want to deliver half work.


Hopefully you'll have a little bit more patience, as jah Willing the ext
edition will be packed with free and legal music, more than I just mention here.
There's a couple of net albums and tracks which are waiting to be downloaded,
for example. And even further away in the planning comes new a brand new release
from a non-Dubroom artist about which you'll hear probably in October.


Anyway, I hope that the next edition will be there September 13.


One Love,

Messian Dread (Duboom Webmaster)

Monday, August 16, 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 16-22 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 16-22 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 16-22 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 16-22 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, August 16 2010 - Not one, but two podcasts: both of them are well recommended as one dives into contemporary Roots and Culture mainly from the UK and EURO Dub scenes and the other is totally livicated to none other than Mikey Dread! On top of that, a brand new Messian Dread two-track release and a wonderful album by the Spanish based Emeterians.

Sure, usually Dubroom Weekly contains much more than "just" one review, a podcast and a release. However, especially those who checked out last week's interview with Jah Dawta and your's truly on the Zeph Report will have noticed that this kind of a hectic time down here.

Positively hectic, that is.

But then, you have to check out just what this is all about, in order to overstand....

Another release with two brand new, original riddims and Dubs by yours truly: another thing I was blessed to do last week. I'm boiling with inspiration and behind the scenes a project is in the making which will be released in due time. The inspiration obviously comes in a time where I was already wondering if I would make at least one tune this year but as usual I worry too much and should just realize that Jah always takes care of business so to speak.

Apart from the inspiration to produce, I am also putting a lot of effort in Radio Dubroom. Since I'm using a different technology than I'm used to do with the old Radio Dubroom as well as my live DJ shows, I have to find out a lot still but I think I'm improving. Lazy me, I have loads of jingles but I'm only using one or two. I'm not lazy in actively approaching labels, producers and artists for permission to play their music but not everyone replies, let me leave it at that. Those who do, can -as far as this website is concerned- be considered as truly loving the music and loving the music to get to the people. They don't just talk the talk but they actually walk the walk.

Ah, well, what's new? Not what I just said....

Two podcasts, and that is not at all because one of the episodes has that "dreadful" number 13. I'm not superstitious, besides my body was born on the 13th as well and I know too well just why that number is told to be "unlucky": it was one day on a Friday in which the freemasons had a defeat somewhere in their history. Or was it the templars? It doesn't matter: let them fear that number, I know Yesus and his 12 made thirteen too.

Episode 13 of Radio Dubroom 2010 deals stricktly with heavyweight Roots and Culture from the UK and the European continent. It's a podcast with a lot of bass, a lot of foundational music and a lot of upful, inspiring lyrics which is obviously springing from the Most High Himself. The other podcast, number 14, is totally livicated to the One And Only Mikey Dread: seventy-two minutes of pure Roots and Culture from the days which many preterist disdainfully call "golden age of Reggae", as if Reggae has a colonialist history and no future at all...

Ever heard of the Emeterians? To my utmost shame, I must admit that until last week I had not heard of the band. I should, though, and as soon as I did I knew that this band should be exposed to a larger audience, to which I hope to contribute a bit by prioterizing the review of their album "Change the Mood".

The album has been playing several times over here in the Dubroom, on headphones and on speakers. I'm sure that the street we reside in have been enjoying the vibes too. Blessed music for real, and not -"just"- because of the fact that the music is recorded in the very same way as that other Spanish band Hotdrop likes to record their music: traditionally analogue.

Next week, Jah willing, another edition. That edition will -again, Jah willing- be quite large. The reason for that has to do with the fact that I really have to do some things in the Outernet.

Wanna know what? Check it out!

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)


MESSIAN DREAD - THUNDER AND LIGHTNING

MESSIAN DREAD - THUNDER AND LIGHTNING
DUBROOM STAR SELECTIONS RELEASE

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WWW, August 2010 - Two brand new original thunderous Messian Dread steppers rhythms, mixed in a kind of wild style with lots of bass and phased echoings: Thunder and Lightning fe true!

Best played on a Hi-Fi set with lots of bass, preferably even with a subwoofer, these two Messian Dread mixes are obviously made for a time like this. A time, wherein it is always good to be remembered of that fact that JAH is there, because He is the Creator.

Thunder and Lightning themselves are only vague "illustrations" of the Almighty JAH Who answers to no one except with His Judgment. Yes, Jah is Dreader than Dread, a thing which is "illustrated" in the two Dubs of this release as well. To fear Him is to live, to hate Him is to die...

The two dubs are mixed in a wilder style than other Messian Dread tracks from the "Showcase" era (2006-2008). Multiple layers of instruments and effects phasing themselves in and out of the riddim, long echo's and even hardly noticeable sounds -even- a violin, all on top of a heavy heavy bassline and hard stepping drums: straight to the duppy's head!

DOWNLOAD TRACKS:

1. MESSIAN DREAD - THUNDER (DUB) MP3 WAV
2. MESSIAN DREAD - LIGHTNING (DUB) MP3 WAV

Monday, August 9, 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 9-15 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 9-15 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 9-15 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 9-15 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, August 9 2010 - This edition of Dubroom Weekly has some very special features, a presentation of the brand new Me Zion Dread riddim "(Jah Jah) Dreader than Dread" not being the most important one. Another episode of Radio Dubroom and some very nice free and legal MP3 files and albums are not the most important either.

What is the most important, is given in the fact that last Saturday, yours truly was interviewed on the ZEPH REPORT, on worldwide shortwave radio and over the world wide web. The interview can be downloaded as a free podcast, too. And you might just want to do it, if you're interested in the private and spiritual life of not just your's truly, but also that of another well known poster on the Dubroom Message Boards, Jah Dawta.

In a rather unusual openness, it becomes clear throughout the interview that there's some very special blessings going on in our lifes, a thing which we could not speak about for a couple of years but have now been led to share with those that want to hear.

Then, there is the presentation of the brand new "(Jah Jah) Dreader than Dread" riddim, for which I've used my other artist name Me Zion Dread, a name that Jah Willing you're gonna see more in upcoming releases from the Dubroom Studio. This is the name I am led to use whenever I go into a spiritual warfare riddim and Dub style.

There's another episode of Radio Dubroom, too. You might want to check it out, as there's a track for from the brand new album "United States of Africa" by Luciano, scheduled for release this month. On top of that, the title of the podcast says it all: Radio Dubroom Presents More Blessed Vibes, in the form of heavyweight Roots and Culture, both vocals and dubs!

As usual, we've got more MP3 reviews for you as well. Next to some Cutty Ranks tunes from the 1980's, which we dug up "From the Wire", two tracks from the EURODUB and ROOTS field. More from that area comes in the form of two reviewed Net EP's and one Net Album by the Italian based Dub Collective "Dub Inna House".

Have a blessed week!

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

ME ZION DREAD - (JAH JAH) DREADER THAN DREAD

ME ZION DREAD - (JAH JAH) DREADER THAN DREAD
DUBROOM STAR SELECTIONS RELEASE 2010

WWW, August 2010 - Presenting the brand new Dreader than Dread riddim: a thunderous steppers in the I-riginal homegrown Hardcore DUB style, mixed and voiced in wild style with extra bass to attack the subwoofer. Two mixes, one message!

When it’s coming in the Hardcore Dub style, Messian Dread’s own version of Roots Reggae, the music is released under the name Me Zion Dread rather than Messian Dread. A subtle difference, which you can choose to ignore (or not): the music cannot be denied!

And so, once again, here is Me Zion Dread with yet another I-riginal thunderous steppers rhythm to chant down Lucifer and his Queendom with some in-your-face truth from the Heights.

The "Dreader than Dread" EP comes with two mixes: the first one is a very dubby Discomix with the full lyrics in the first part and some more heavyweight Dub mixing in the last part. The second mix, subtitled "Evil Is Nothing - Dub Chant", has even more bass and would be preferably played on Sound Systems with speakers able to deal with the thunderous bass sounds in the mix.

The lyrics deal with the fact that indeed, the Most High and Creator of all JAH is Dreader than Dread. This ancient Truth must be told from generation to generation, especially in this time wherein one after the other is losing their faith. It’s also a message to the warriors of Lucifer’s Queendom who keep on fighting Jah Jah children even though they stumble and fall every time they fight Jah children down.

DOWNLOAD THE EP

Audio FilesFlacVBR MP3Ogg VorbisWAVE
(Jah Jah) Dreader than Dread - Extended Demo Dub31.1 MB6.8 MB3.5 MB57.6 MB
(Jah Jah) Dreader than Dread - Discomix32.0 MB6.6 MB3.5 MB57.8 MB
(Jah Jah) Dreader than Dread - Evil is Nothing Dub Chant20.3 MB4.3 MB2.2 MB36.0 MB

MESSIAN DREAD AND JAH DAWTA ON THE ZEPH REPORT

MESSIAN DREAD AND JAH DAWTA ON THE ZEPH REPORT
RECORDED AUGUST 7, 2010

More on the Dubroom Message Boards

WWW, August 7 2010 - In what was a very revealing talk with Zeph and Trish Daniel, Jah Dawta and yours truly appeared on the Zeph Report yesterday. It was a talk wherein a formerly privately matter was shared with the audience. Also, it was the official release of the brand new Dreader than Dread riddim. Given the fact that the show was also broadcasted over world wide short wave radio, a potential audience of millions may have heard it.

The show is now available as a free podcast download. It starts up with a pre-talk of about twenty minutes, then there is another hour before in the last hour we appear. We talk about the way we met and the fact that we are now getting married, we talk about the fact that two spiritual warriors see more rthan just one, which is a good thing for the both of we. Spiritual aspects are mentioned throughout the hour.

DOWNLOAD THE PODCAST HERE (RIGHT-CLICK, THEN SAVE AS...)

Sunday, August 1, 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 1-8 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 1-8 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 1-8 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION AUGUST 1-8 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, August 1 2010 - Pre-releases, previously unreleased material, a thunderous podcast chanting down Babylon and satan with some thunderous steppers : this edition of Dubroom Weekly has a lot to offer for those who love their Roots Dub and Reggae in a Heavyweight Style!

Jah willing, next week you'll find a presentation in Dubroom Weekly of a brand new EP from the brand new Dreader than Dread riddim, but this week you can -if you want- already down a demo mix of this Hardcore Dub track. A track that more or less sets the vibe for this whole week's edition.

On top of that, there's a little bit of new as well which you can read all about in the 31st episode of Dubroom In-site. And upcoming interview with Zeph Daniel on Short Wave Radio and Internet which could go rather personal, renewed activity on MySpace, progress on Radio Dubroom, and more.

Music? Galore!

A recent free online release by Alpha and Omega, a brand new pre-release from the Italian Dub Engine collective, three Messian Dread tracks and last but definitely not least a more than crucial Roots Dub compilation by the French Net Label French Dub Released.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

ME ZION DREAD - DREADER THAN DREAD (EXTENDED MIX)

ME ZION DREAD - DREADER THAN DREAD (EXTENDED MIX)
DUBROOM STAR SELECTIONS PRE-RELEASE

WWW, July 2010 -�Presenting the brand new “Dreader Than Dread” riddim by Me Zion Dread (Messian Dread): a heavyweight track in Messian Dread’s own “Hardcore DUB” style, which means heavy steppers drums, an unorthodox bass-line and subsequent chord progression, everything intensly mixed in DUB style. The riddim is scheduled to be released early august, but here you can already download a pre-release in 128 Kbps MP3 format.

RIGHT-CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE MP3 FILE

MESSIAN DREAD - GIVE ME JAH LOVE (DISCOMIX DEMO)

MESSIAN DREAD - GIVE ME JAH LOVE (DISCOMIX DEMO)
DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW

Reasoning in Dub



WWW, August 2010 - Even though a Dub from this track was released on the Net Album "Reasonings in Dub", this discomix containing the full lyrics and a Dub version was never before available.

The music is mixed in demo style, where -before the Dub part arrives- there's not much mixing going on and the music basically flows along with the vocals. The vocals were not yet pre-mastered which becomes rather audible here and there, but the positive message will probably compensate that.

The dub is mixed in the tradition of 1970's Rockers, incliuding a melodica lick, even though it's clear that this is an all-digital production.

MESSIAN DREAD - CHANT DOWN BABYLON QUEENDOM (DISCOMIX DEMO)

MESSIAN DREAD - CHANT DOWN BABYLON QUEENDOM (DISCOMIX DEMO)
DUBROOM MP3 RELEASE

Showcase

WWW, August 2010 - Another mix was released on the "Showcase" album, released for Jah Mark's record label, and a dub on the Net Label release "Reasonings in Dub", but here is the hard and rough demo version of what is the producer's favorite track of "Showcase".

The mix is obviously different than the previously released, but -to those familiar with the track on "Showcase"- it's clear that the music and lyrics match quite well and lead the mixing in a significant way. Not all riddims kind of lead the engineer but does one definitely does.

Over five and a half minutes of pure chanting down the Queendom of Lucifer: Babylon!

Monday, July 26, 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION JULY 26-31 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION JULY 26-31 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION JULY 26-31 2010

DUBROOM ONLINE EDITION JULY 26-31 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, July 26 - A must-see documentary on the UK and European Sound System Culture, keeping the Roots Fires burning with some massive Dub. One hour and forty minutes of pure Reggae and especially DUB Niceness, including some very new material from VP Records which is scheduled for release next month. A new Messian Dread tune, and that's not all we got this week.

When there's a theme in this edition of Dubroom Online, it's very evident and very clear: UK AND EURODUB AND ROOTS is the music of this week, with the exception of let's say the first 20 or so minutes of the tenth episode of Radio Dubroom.

In support to the DUBARK.com website, a previously unreleased Messian Dread track called "Vultures (Discomix)" can be downloaded for free, but you have to visit the website first. It surely will not waste your time!

Crucial music in this week's podcast as well: brand new material from Capleton, brand new old stuff from Sizzla, there's Linval Thompson and a crucial selection of UK and EURO DUB and ROOTS, including two tracks by heavyweight Dub Masters Alpha and Omega and three by Vibronics.

"Musically Mad" is the title of an outstanding DVD documentary on the UK and EURO Sound System culture. This is something you should really watch and feel for yourself, because Jah Vibes are spreading and Babylon feel it.

Last but not least: more DUB in MP3 format. Just read the reviews and get the tunes!

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

MESSIAN DREAD - VULTURES (DISCOMIX)

MESSIAN DREAD - VULTURES (DISCOMIX)
A TRIBUTE TO THE DUBARK.com WEBSITE
WWW, July 2010 - In a recent move of supporting the relatively new DUBARK website, you can now download a previously unreleased discomix called "Vultures" when you visit the Dubroom page at www.dubark.com.

The track is a massive riddim, of which the bassline was originally created by Heartical, who can play -as you can hear in the track- some pretty heavy-duty lines and play them on his bass guitar too. The track was often played at performances by the original Jah Roots band from the Netherlands, not one of the several cool bands who have the same name and came afterwards.

The lyrics for the tune are originally written by Messian Dread, and have been a bit expanded for this specific discomix, completely created and produced by Messian Dread in the Dubroom Studio.

As said in the opening paragraph, the tune is uploaded to the relatively new http://www.dubark.com/ website, a "small axe" place for online (DUB) Reggae artists to share their music with other artists and listeners who can comment on the releases. The website is -like the Dubroom- independant and aimed at the promotion of the music that we all love so much DUB and (other) REGGAE. Independance is a form of mystical unity which is simply there and cannot be different.


Visit DUBROOM.com's Site At
http://www.dubark.com
For More Music

Monday, July 19, 2010

Dubroom Online, July 19-25 2010

Dubroom Online, July 19-25 2010

Dubroom Online, July 19-25 2010

Dubroom Online, July 19-25 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, July 19 - With a very special podcast, some nice MP3 files and a couple of wonderful free and legal Net Albums, the thirteenth episode of Dubroom Weekly is definitely not full of bad luck. Quite the contrary, I would say!

This week's podcast is indeed a very special one. The show loosely features the work of "just" three names, but these names are not the least: Conscious Sounds Studio, Vibronics and the Italian Dub collective BR Stylers with vocal works of Prince Alla, Jah Free, Tena Stelin and many more plus thunderous Dub versions. Once again, give thanks to the UK Dub masters for their permission to feature their works on Radio Dubroom.

Two brand new releases, too: The UK based East Park Reggae Collective being one of the biggest surprises in this all. Also, we feature the debut of Jamaican vocalist Denno, who is aimed at spreading consciousness in the Dance where this is so much needed.

There's reviews of tracks which have been featured on Radio Dubroom before: Sheya Mission, Mykal Rose and Pama Intl. On top of that, a crucial vocal track by Alborosie and Prince Blanco on a Dubmatix riddim.

That's not all, though: the 2008 release "Dub Forward" by the Swedish based Lion Dub band is another gem that you can download in this week's edition of Dubroom Online. Dub Akom, the French dancehall/reggae band is there, as well as two brand new releases from Net Label land.

All-in-all, I hope you have a healthy doses of crucial Reggae for another week!

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

Monday, July 12, 2010

Dubroom Online, July 12-18 2010

Dubroom Online, July 12-18 2010

Dubroom Online, July 12-18 2010

Dubroom Online, July 12-18 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, July 12 - "Dubbing is A Must", as I and I are used to say after Pablo Moses, and in this edition of Dubroom Weekly by far the biggest portion is reserved for this discipline within Reggae that gave name to this very website. Free and legal tracks from Alpha and Omega, Vibronics, Dubmatix and the Abassi-Allstars are reviewed, as well as Net Albums by BR Stylers, Dancehall Dub Plates by Mykol Orthodox and two crucial compilation albums. On top of that an extra-long Podcast containing some of the best material that's out there in free and legal MP3 Cyberspace!

There's a lot of crucial stuff available free and legally for the lover of the better DUB and (other) Reggae, as visitors of the Dubroom can know by checking out our MP3 reviews at mp3.dubroom.org. Entitled "Reggae Blessings From 21st Century Cyberspace", the Dubroom Podcast that comes with this edition of Dubroom Weekly shows it in just over two hours worth of material.

The rest of the reviewed material too, by the way.

Dub Plates by Alpha and Omega, two album tracks by Vibronics and a relatively new release by Dubmatix in a cooperation with the Abassi All-Stars: UK DUB at it's finest, you can say. EuroDUB by the amazing Italian band BR Stylers, a very interesting compilation selected by US based Kris Naphtali complete a truly interesting addition to your DUB collection.

There's more: an album centered around the German-based Reggaeband Firetime much in the style of contemporary Jamaican Roots Music we know by such as Luciano. Last, but definitely not least is the collection of Dub Plates by known names such as Burru Banton, produced by South-American Mykol Orthodox.

All in all, I hope that you find the music as crucial as I do. The producers and artists are truly talented, and they are blessing us with making all this music available for free. Truly Reggae Blessings from 21st Century Cyberspace.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

Monday, July 5, 2010

Dubroom Online, July 5-11 2010

Dubroom Online, July 5-11 2010

Dubroom Online, July 5-11 2010

Dubroom Online, July 5-11 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, July 5 - With eight EP and Full length Net Albums reviewed, two Dancehall tunes from the Jamaican Dancehall vocalist E-Dee, two previously unreleased tunes from yours truly on the very nice French TALAWA website, I hope that you're not disappointed with this edition of Dubroom Weekly.

For there's more, and it's a brand new episode of Radio Dubroom. Entitled "A Conscious DUB Experience", it's a twenty-two track selection of mostly vocals with their DUB versions, as well as a very rare Yabby You Dub Plate and an old radio recording with Prince Far I.

As said, also two tunes by the Jamaican Dancehall vocalist E-Dee. He is featured in the American R&B Billboard charts and is increasingly popular in both the Dancehall as well as the R&B scenes. Two free and legal tunes!

I cannot say enough good about the Spanish based Hotdrop Reggae Band, and so I won't right here. After all, the raving review in this edition speaks for itself. That is a band which needs a lot more attention than they do now inna Cyberspace.

Other than a review from the Hotdrop CD "Ready", this edition also has a very healthy portion of DUB for you, coming in the form of reviews from yet another load of crucial releases from the Net Label front. More than recommended, everything!

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

MESSIAN DREAD TALAWA FOUR PACK

MESSIAN DREAD TALAWA FOUR PACK
A BIG-UP TO THE TALAWA.FR WEBSITE

MESSIAN DREAD TALAWA FOUR PACK

WWW, July 2010 - Two demo's (previously played on Radio Dubroom), one track only available on the CD "Showcase", and one track you can also download for free but has the same riddim as one of the demo's: It's a little Big-Up from the Dubroom to the French-based TALAWA website.

Yes, you have to register at the site to get the tunes. But then, you have also registered yourself to a very nice website indeed.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Dubroom Online, June 14-20 2010

Dubroom Online, June 14-20 2010

Dubroom Online, June 14-20 2010

Dubroom Online, June 14-20 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, June 12 2010 - Currently, there's a world-crisis and this is not bypassing the European continent either. Last week, there was elections in my country (The Netherlands) and as I write this Belgium is going to the voting boxes too.

Not everything in Europe is bad these days, though. This week, Dubroom Online focuses on EURODUB and Roots Music, as the title of the podcast that comes with this edition already indicates.

But that's not all. Most of the MP3 tracks reviewed are produced on the European continent too. No less than four Net Albums which can all be considered necessities in the collection of every self-respecting collector of free/legal (DUB) Reggae Music!

Enjoy Eurodub and Roots!

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

Monday, June 7, 2010

Dubroom Online, June 7-13 2010

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Dubroom Online, June 7-13 2010

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FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, June 7 2010 - The characteristic map of Italy is one of the most recognized in the world and it's not on the cover for this week's edition of Dubroom Online for nothing.

First of all: the two editions of the Italian DUB Community compilations don't just give a perfect insight into the growing DUB scene in Italy, it brings the listener an enormous collection of almost 70 crucial (DUB) Reggae tracks, all for free! Add on top of that the other Dub release by Dub Engine from Bologna and you know why the Italian map is on the cover this week.

Then, there is the third edition of the Radio Dubroom podcast which I personally feel much better about then about the second one. It starts with a selection of contemporary Jamaican Roots Reggae t6racks, only to go over into some crucial selections from the Italian DUB scene, as well as Poland, France and Spain.

You might like the Versionaries, when you're into listening just what Reggae does with other styles and vice versa. The Sydney-based collective surely know their Reggae and they love their Reggae too, as we can hear in the three tunes you can download in this edition of Dubroom Online.

Jah Willing, See You Next Week!


Monday, May 31, 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 31 - June 6 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 31 - June 6 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 31 - June 6 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 31 - June 6 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, May 31 2010 - Greetings once again, and thanks you very much for your interest in this edition of Dubroom Weekly, wherein we've got a truckload on free and legal MP3's as well as another episode of the brand new Radio Dubroom podcast series. But that's not all...

During the traditional spring clean-up, I came across 40 wave files of musical works, of which most were only released in the MP3 format. We're talking about stuff dating as far back as the year 2000, wherein broadband Internet wasn't as common as today. Next to these files, I also found a previously unreleased discomix and a nice Jah Roots Dub from a couple of years ago. ZIPFILE (1.9 GIG)

A second episode of the brand new Radio Dubroom podcast series, wherein we have a special attention for a recent release called LEGACY, containing some very crucial productions and other musical works by Yabby You, the Iriginal Jesus Dread. This week's episode of Radio Dubroom plays the complete promo package in the memory of one of the Reggae legends which I personally feel much inspired by. Alongside some other interesting material, that is.

I sincerely hope that your collection of music is enlarged after your visit to this page, and I hope even more strongly that you at least consider buying some of the material which is so graciously given to the online community by Internet-loving labels.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)


DUBROOM WAVE VAULTS 2000 - 2008

DUBROOM WAVE VAULTS 2000 - 2008
DUBROOM DOWNLOADS

DUBROOM WAVE VAULTS 2000 - 2008



WWW, May 2010 - After a big clean-up in the Dubroom's dusty digital corners, we came across none less than 40 wave files, of which only the MP3 versions had been released. There was even a tune which was never released with full lyrics.

Featuring Jah Roots, the Dubster Connection and much of Messian Dread's works from 2000 which had previously only been released in the MP3 format.

THE TRACKS

Dubster Connection - Market Dub (Messian Dread Mix)
Dubster Connection - Sensiman Dub (Messian Dread Mix)
Dubster Connection - Vicious Vic Blows The Bass Amp! (Messian Dread Mix)

Jah Roots - One Dub

Messian Dread - Big Brother Holland (Trial Mix)
Messian Dread - Cydonia Rock
Messian Dread - Dub Against Racism (CD Mix)
Messian Dread - Dub Against Racism (MP3 Mix)
Messian Dread - Dub Culture
Messian Dread - Dub Of War (CD Mix)
Messian Dread - Dub Of War (MP3 Mix)
Messian Dread - Dub Of War (Webplate)
Messian Dread - Earth Rightful Ruler (Mix 1)
Messian Dread - Earth Rightful Ruler (Mix 2)
Messian Dread - Electronic -> Downtempo -> Dub
Messian Dread - Good Fight Dub
Messian Dread - Heroin (Discomix)
Messian Dread - Heroin (Ext. Dub)
Messian Dread - Heroin (Test Dub)
Messian Dread - How Could I Leave Jah In Dub
Messian Dread - Invasion Of The Freedom Snatchers
Messian Dread - Jah Man Style
Messian Dread - Myth Of The World Brain
Messian Dread - No Worry Your Mind (Dub Mix 1)
Messian Dread - No Worry Your Mind (Dub Mix 2)
Messian Dread - No Worry Your Mind (Discomix 1)
Messian Dread - No Worry Your Mind (Discomix 2)
Messian Dread - No Worry Your Mind (Vocal Mix 1)
Messian Dread - No Worry Your Mind (Vocal Mix 2)
Messian Dread - One Drop (Mix 1)
Messian Dread - One Drop (Mix 2)
Messian Dread - Rhythm Of The Drum And Bass Line (Radio Mix)
Messian Dread - Rockers Delight
Messian Dread - Rootsman Style (CD Mix)
Messian Dread - Rootsman Style (Discomix) PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED!
Messian Dread - Rootsman Style (Extended DUB)
Messian Dread - Stones Of Fire
Messian Dread - Take This Dub
Messian Dread - Yesus Messiah (Radio Mix)
Messian Dread - Yonaguni Bubblin'

DOWNLOAD

Right-Click on "ZIP", and then wait a while because the files will be freshly packed for you. Since the file is huge (almost 2 gigabytes), this will take a while. Be patient, because it will come!

If you would rather download inividual wave files, click on "FILES" and you will be take to the download page at archive.org

Monday, May 24, 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 24-30 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 24-30 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 24-30 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 24-30 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, May 24 2010 - Greetings, welcome to another edition of Dubroom Weekly and thank you for your interest! We got some nice stuff for the collector of Free and legal (DUB) Reggae MP3 Files and. Hopefully, the first episode of the brand new Radio Dubroom Podcast will be a part of that as well!

After a couple of weeks to set thing up, I'm really happy to be able to announce the very first episode of the -hopefully- brand new series of Radio Dubroom podcasts. It's just a humble beginnings but I hope that throughouut time things will crystalize. For now, I just give thanks for this brand new thing of which I hope to make new episodes on a regular basis, preferably weekly...

Monday, May 17, 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 17-23 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 17-23 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 17-23 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 17-23 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, May 17 2010 - Greetings once again! A who say, that they Don't Like Mondays? Hopefully, not those that get Dubroom Weekly in their mailbox or visit the Dubroom every Monday for yet another healthy doses of crucial free and legal (DUB) Reggae Music

This week, we've got a Dubmatix MP3 Special, two renderings of the Kick Hard riddim, as well as some early Dancehall tunes by well-known names such as Wayne "Sleng-Teng" Smith, Chaka Demus and Nardo Ranks.

In the same time, there's now some serious plans to release Dubroom Podcasts but since everything has to be free and legal this is going to take a little bit of communication and planning here and there. More information in the 29th edition of Dubroom In-Site, which you can read after downloading the MP3's of this week.

Also introducing this week the brand new section of Dubroom Compilations: virtual compilation albums of which you can download the individual tracks on one page. The first compilation is entitled A REGGAE SHOWCASE and contains 14 Discomixes.

Lastly, check out the brand new MP3 Top 10 as well as our featured MP3 artist: more than enough music, if such a thing was possible, that is...

See you next week!

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)


Monday, May 10, 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 10-16 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 10-16 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 10-16 2010


FROM THE EDITOR

WWW, May 10 2010 - Greetings, and thank you for this third edition of Dubroom Weekly. It's a time wherein I need to do a lot of things, both on the Dubroom and in the Outernet. Going from a daily edition to a weekly does pay off when it comes to being able to do the things I have to do and therefore I give thanks.

So, what do we have this week?

First of all, another ten unreviewed Mikey Dreads which you can download for free, and legally too. This page contains -for the time being- the final MP3 downloads of the great Reggae producer, vocalist, dj, etc.

Then, there's seven MP3 tracks which do come with a review. Among them is even a pre-release by Dancehall vocalist Muziah from his album "My Opinion". A healthy portion of UK DUB and Roots, a live performance by Sly and Robbie and a brand new release by none other than InI Kamoze.

For those interested in the more spiritual side of things, we also feature the Book of Enoch as a free download. You might just like to check it out.

See you next week!

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

The above column is the personal opinnion of the Webmaster and does not neccesarily reflect the contents of the Dubroom Website and/or Message Boards and/or Weblogs.

THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

DUBROOM WEEKLY EDITION 3 OF 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 10-16 2010

WWW, May 2010 - The third edition of Dubroom Weekly contains more than enough MP3 downloads, considering the fact that next to a lot of (un)reviewed tracks, you also have have all the legal MP3 Downloads of No More Babylon nicely on one page.

Monday, May 3, 2010

A JAHFUL TIME FE ALL

Dubroom Online, Edition May 3-9 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition May 3-9 2010


A JAHFUL TIME FE ALL (WEBMASTER'S COLUMN)

WWW, April 29 2010 - Greetings! When I type this, I just finished the second edition of Dubroom Weekly. JAH Creation is calling me, to check out the vibes that the Creator has put in His creation in this time and place.

JAH Willing, I will be in the Outernet doing just that, checking the vibes in His Creation. It's in this creation that Jah Children often find the peace and rest, even the love, that lacks within more urban areas.

Therefore, I will not be able to answer any e-mails and so forth. I hope, that we all have a JAHful time, regardless who we are.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

The above column is the personal opinnion of the Webmaster and does not neccesarily reflect the contents of the Dubroom Website and/or Message Boards and/or Weblogs.

ITEM FOR THIS EDITION:

DUBROOM WEEKLY EDITION 2 OF 2010 (DUBROOM WEEKLY ONLINE PUBLICATION)

Dubroom Online, Edition May 3-9 2010

WWW, May 2010 - In this edition, we have reviews of three brand new Net Albums by the French based Net Label Original DUB Gathering. Add to that the featured MP3 from a Mikey Dread duet with Horace Andy as well as 10 more free and legal Mikey Dread MP3 files, and you have quite a nice doses of good, healthy (DUB) Reggae.

Monday, April 26, 2010

HERE IS... THE WEEKLY!

Dubroom Online, Edition April 26 May 2 2010

Dubroom Online, Edition April 26 May 2 2010


HERE IS... THE WEEKLY! (WEBMASTER'S COLUMN)

WWW, April 26 2010 - Greetings and thank you for your interest in the Dubroom. Today, I'm grateful to present to you the very first edition of the Dubroom Weekly, which includes a lot of MP3 music and much more.

Because it is the first edition, the format and lay-out is pretty basic even though I've worked on it for a week. I hope you like it nevertheless.

Lot's of changes in my life, lot's of changes in the Dubroom, it's hard to keep up with, even for myself. But I do see that everything points out to a certain direction and that direction is Mount Zion so I don't complain.

Anyway, I hope that you like the Dubroom Weekly and when you want to have more dynamics, more postings and so, simply turn to the Dubroom Message Boards where you can find all kinds of very interesting material.

One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

The above column is the personal opinnion of the Webmaster and does not neccesarily reflect the contents of the Dubroom Website and/or Message Boards and/or Weblogs.

ITEMS FOR THIS EDITION:

DUBROOM WEEKLY EDITION 1 OF 2010 (DUBROOM WEEKLY ONLINE PUBLICATION)

READ MORE

WWW, April 2010 - 14 MP3 files, an MP3 Album, several articles and links to interesting material form the backbone of the very first edition of Dubroom Weekly.

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SMALL AXE DIY REGGAE SITES (STUDIO DUBROOM WEB-TIPS)

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WWW, April 2010 - Online (DUB) Reggae Artist David Pablo introduces his fellow artists to a triplet of websites where they can upload and promote their musical works as well as having contact with other artists.


A VOICE IN THE WILDERNESS (MESSIAN DREAD SPIRITUAL UPDATE APRIL 26 2010)

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WWW, April 26 2010 - In my previous spiritual update, I shared how I was proverbially crossing the Red Sea. Of course, crossing that sea gets you into the wilderness as you march forward to Zion.

A report from the wilderness...

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