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Soul Fire, Professor Skank, Hermit Dubz - Rasta People We Are [DUB032]

Soul Fire, Professor Skank, Hermit Dubz - Rasta People We Are / Dubophonic Records

New 2021 mixes by Professor Skank and Hermit Dubz of the classic tune of Soul Fire "Rasta People", produced by Jah Smiley back in 2013 and originally included in the album Wake Up Your Lion.

The tune has received nuff love from the fans of the band, but since the album release, there was never a dub produced. So we took the initiative to offere you two differrent mixes alongside their relevant dub versions!

Roots & Steppas style !!! ❤️💛💚🙏🔥

Produced by Jah Smiley
Mastered by Hermit Dubz
Artwork :Adonis Psarras

TRACKLIST: 01 Rasta People We Are (Professor Skank mix) / 02 Rasta People We Are In Dub (Professor Skank dub mix) / 03 Rasta People We Are (Hermit Dubz steppers mix) / 04 Rasta People We Are in dub (Hermit Dubz steppers dub mix)
Professor Skank Remix played by Northical on Paranoise Radio / Demolition Sound Radio Show
Professor Skank Remix played on Culture Dub Radio Show
Recommended by Reggae Revellers

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High & I meets Mighty Sharp - Coronavirus [DUB031]

High & I meets Mighty Sharp - Coronavirus / Dubophonic 2021

After his debut release in 2020, Middlesbrough producer High & returns in 2021 with a new tune. The subject of his new release could not be more topical and reflects a situation, which has been affecting the lives of many people all over the world for over a year now. This release is  for all people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Based on a heavy steppers riddim, he collaborates with reggae singer Mighty Sharp from West London on the vocals.

It is presentred in four versions: vocal, dub mix, raw mix & instrumetal.

Produced by High & I / Vocals & Lyrics  by Mighty Sharp / Mastering by Dub Cmd


01 Coronavirus / 02 Dub The Virus / 03 Raw Mix / 04 Instrumental Mix

Top 3 in Junodownload Singles Dub Chart 26/04/21

DubRaJah - Repatriation [DUB030]

DubRajah - Repatriation / Dubophonic Records (c) 2021
DubRaJah has a unique way of blending the cultural elements from the countries he has been to, into his music. Being an anthropologist and ethnomusicologist, he has made many ethnographical expeditions in different parts of Africa, Asia and Europe, produced several films about indigenous peoples and studied their native music.

His journey on our label started in 2014 with the EP Enkang, introducing a style that fuses dub with ethnic elements, samples and recordings made through his various journeys. In 2017 came the LP Reprise and 2019 the EP Nilotic. 
This is his fourth release, his second album entitled Repatriation, which is a collection of music recorded between 2016 and 2020 in Arusha (Tanzania), Sauraha (Nepal) and Moscow (Russia). Strictly outernational ethnic dubwise sounds. Our favourite track: Sajenio!

 1.Bhang / 2.Nilgiri / 3.Nad / 4.Java / 5.Chittorgarh / 6.Osh Dub / 7.Natron / 8.Sajenio / 9.Kalderash
Bahng on Skanking Delights
on Meltin' Dub
Ras Danny plays  Natron on Higher Reasoning Reggae Time
Recommended by Reggae Revellers
Recommended by Dubblog 

Dub Cmd & Irie-D - Jah Children Cry [DPH048]

Dub Cmd & Irie D - Jah Children Cry

After a prolific 2020, Dub Cmd returns in 2021 with his first release of the year. This time he works on the classic anthem Jah Children Cry paying respect to Jah Shaka, who started in the 70s spreading through his sound the Rastafari culture in the UK and still sticks to his vision until today.

Dub Cmd’s rework is done in a roots steppers style, featuring on the vocals Irie-D from Greece, on her first appearance on our label.

CREDITS: Produced and mastered by Dub Cmd  / Vocals by Irie-D / Artwork by Xucar Warriors

01 Jah Children Cry / 02 Children Version
Played on Dub Sessions
Recommended by Dub-A-Rebel
Showcased on Culture Dub Show
Played by Berthi Roots on Espaço Zion
Played by Jahnabet on Irie Trip on Paranoise Radio, Greece
Fresh Craigg plays Jah Children Cry on MegaPower KBOO 90.7 FM Portland
Pete Cogle plays Jah Children Cry on The Dub Zone
Recommended by Reggae Revellers 
Played on Saetchmo's Echochamber Berlin

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