Review: Blimey Liondub International aren't messing around right now! Following the epic Phibes remixes of reggae Johnny Osbourne recently comes another top-tier tear-up, this time from Born On Road donnies Selecta J-Man and Gray. Big growling reese basses, Johnny's sweet dulcet tones and swaggering breaks galore, this takes 'Rock It Tonight' to a whole new level of sweet sweet dancefloor murderation
Review: The currently unstoppable Phibes return to Liondub and take on the classic 'Murderer' by seminal and pioneering reggae and dancehall singer Johnny Osbourne. Capturing his warm, toasty vocal flow but spicing it up over skippy stripped back breaks, guttural bassline croaks and honied subs, it's an instant skank-off anthem. Complete with an instrumental for added creativity or those unfortunate enough to be allergic to vocals.
Review: Cor blimey, Jungle Cakes aren't messing around with their Welcome To The Jungle series are they? Hot on the heels of Ray Keith comes another stone cold OG; Nicky Blackmarket. Digging deep across the classics and sparking up a whole forest of fresh fires, it's a 40 track, 2 mix, 10 FX tool trove of pure jungle magic curated with the wide-armed style you'd expect from an originator. With classic ranging from well known such as "Incredible" and "Pulp Fiction" to cult such as "Keep It Raw" and "Gangsters" and upfront jams flexing from all the right names (Serum, Aries, Serial Killaz, Drumsound & Bassline Smith), Blackmarket has absolutely smashed this out of the mark.