Review: The unstoppable Dub Pistols return to their own Sunday Best with some much needed nu-school dub-rocking, carrying through the heritage of everyone from The Clash to Jimmy Cliff. While this is perhaps not the sort of gun-slinging dancehall that you'd expect these days, it is a magnificent doorway into the world of dub, for the younger listeners out there. Like the great Damian Marley, there's a sense of new and exciting influences entering this space, and these dudes are masters of production, managing to pull in some hip-hop, rock, and even old-school breaks into the mix. This one's for the ragga lovers, the island dwellers, and those looking to bring in some sweet Jamaican air into their lives.
Review: Next up from the Sunday Best Recordings squad, we see them welcome the high energy combination of Dub Pistols and Seanie T for a fantastic new single by the name of 'Bankrobber'. The easiest way to describe the arrangement of this one would be "uplifting", as we are met by a chorus of horn toots and marching drumlines, topped off with the addition of Barry Ashworth and Seanie T's interweaving vocal layers. It's a catchy sing along, perfect for the summer, whether we be stuck inside or not!