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.


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