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Lifeforms
DUBSHOTTA 007
15 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
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Lifeforms - (4:46) 175 BPM
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Your Correct - (4:39) 175 BPM
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Tortured - (4:34) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Exhibit 9 - (4:34) 175 BPM
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Review: Benny Page's Dub Shotta heads to Belgium for some savage laser blazing hellfire courtesy of Basstripper. As always with Mr B, there's no messing around as brutal cuts such as "Lifeforms" and "Your Correct" rip and shred from the off with toxic textures. "Tortured" takes us down a more classical route with a Clipz style use of harmonics and hookiness while "Exhibit 9" sends us off packing more nightmares than you've had in your entire life so far. Filthy!!!
Champagne Bubblers
DUBSHOT 001
30 Jan 17
Drum And Bass
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Champagne Bubbler - (3:39) 178 BPM
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Pon The Body - (3:22) 178 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Badd Inna England - (3:21) 176 BPM
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Kil Sound - (2:59) 178 BPM
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Review: The dappa dub don returns with a brand new label: Dub Shotta. Flexing his authentic dancehall / jungle fusion signature that we all fell in love with him for all those years ago, the whole EP will pop your cork... "Champagne Bubbler" is a fizzy Q&A riff piece that you'll be humming for months to come, "Pon The Body" is a sizzling dancehall slammer with a sexed-out vocal loop, "Badd Inna England" is a dirtier dance with more of a distorted buzz to the bass and more emphasis on the drums while "Kill Sound" gets mucky with that early-to-mid 2000s Clipz style jump up sound. Bubbling over.
Come Follow We
DUBSHOT 002
16 Jun 17
Drum And Bass
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Come Follow We - (3:11) 178 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Come Follow We (dub mix) - (3:21) 178 BPM
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Review: Still guzzling up the fizzy bubblers, dub shotting bossman Page enlists one of the most iconic vocalists in the game for Dub Shotta's second release: David 'Badboy' Boomah who wraps his flow around an instant-classic riffy Q&A b-line with consummate style and finesse. Gutsy, energetic and party-primed, there's a strong sense of timelessness, funk and rudeboyism running throughout. Go follow them.
Gangsta
DUBSHOT 004
18 Sep 17
Drum And Bass
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Gangsta - (3:42) 178 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Flava - (3:23) 176 BPM
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Gangsta (instrumental mix) - (3:42) 178 BPM
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Review: Fresh from flexing the iconic vocals of David Boomah, Dub Shotta bossman (and all-round G in general) Benny Page now locks horns with one of the most distinctive and hype-raising Jamaican MCs in the game $pyda. Wrapping his dancehall damage harmonies to "Gangsta", this is nothing short of an anthem thanks to its sing-along feels, a gut-punching hook and raw energy that will pop any rave into pieces. With its rifle riff, sandpaper harmonics and higher-end tones "Flava" takes us round the back for something a little more illicit and intoxicating. Both absolutely smash the place.
P.U.R.P.L.E
DUBSHOTTALP 001
02 Nov 18
Drum And Bass
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Power (feat Congo Natty) - (3:32) 174 BPM
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Should A Know (Reggae mix) - (3:21) 174 BPM
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Buss A Lickle Shape - (3:24) 178 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Bless (feat Eva Lazarus) - (3:04) 154 BPM
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Fallen Soldier - (3:23) 175 BPM
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Party With You (Mr Benn remix) - (4:23) 178 BPM
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Crocodile - (3:45) 178 BPM
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This Aint Living (feat Gemma Fox) - (3:37) 174 BPM
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Colour Purple (feat Gemma Fox) - (4:31) 174 BPM
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In The Place - (3:19) 178 BPM
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Party With You - (3:11) 178 BPM
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Should A Know - (3:24) 174 BPM
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Review: Benny Page is a name that's almost synonymous with the very idea of ragga jungle. Think of a scene-defining tune and chances are he'll have been involved in some way, so a collaborative album from the man with Sweetie irie is certainly worth taking notice of. Unsurprisingly it's a release full of recognizable names like Congo Natty and Eva Lazarus, the former sounding as iconic as usual over 'Power' - the first tune which sets an appropriate tone. There's several dub tunes, including 'Bless' with Eva, as well as the Mr Benn remix of 'Party With You', the full 170 original of which is a funky highlight of the album. Other highlights are 'Crocodile' and 'Should A Know' and both epitomize the Benny Page sound we know and love.
Ruff It Up (Remixed)
DUBSHOTTA 006
30 Apr 18
Drum And Bass
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Ruff It Up (Benny Page remix) - (3:22) 178 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Ruff It Up (Manu Digital remix) - (4:30) 146 BPM
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Ruff It Up (Vital Techniques remix) - (4:04) 68 BPM
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Ruff It Up (Liondub & PA remix) - (3:44) 175 BPM
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Ruff It Up (Dubtime remix) - (4:30) 176 BPM
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Ruff It Up (6Blocc remix) - (4:36) 170 BPM
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Ruff It Up (Jinx In Dub remix) - (4:22) 160 BPM
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Ruff It Up (Benny Page remix dub mix) - (3:26) 178 BPM
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Review: Two one, to you... General Degree's academic dancehall styles gets a disgusting refix from a number of players old and new. Let's go through them in order: Benny Page brings the hospitalising heat with a big riff harmonic bassline, Manu Digital lays down the halftime toxic swagger, Vital Techniques is all about the contemporary bassline mischief, Liondub and PA play devil with the vocal layers while 6Blocc provide the ultimate soundsystem shaker and Jinx In Dub flex around the 160 axis with so much sassiness you'll be hard pushed not to rewind. Ruff and ready.
Soundclash/Rocking With The Goat
DUBSHOTTA 005
05 Mar 18
Drum And Bass
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Soundclash (feat Kid Mix-A-Lot) - (4:32) 176 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Rocking With The Goat - (4:05) 176 BPM
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Hold Tight/Don't Test
DUBSHOT 003
28 Jul 17
Drum And Bass
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Hold Tight - (3:45) 176 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Don't Test - (3:47) 174 BPM
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Played by: LIONDUB
Review: Some say the G in Zero G stands for 'Gully'. Others say it stands for 'Good'. We say it stands for 'Great Scott! Another face-melting slab of drum & bass from a serious G' You can decide who's right as you listen to these insane party-jammers. "Hold Tight" has a touch of the Original Sins to its rasping, chicken-dancing bassline Q&A while "Don't Test" hits like a grimy, electrified stepper the likes of which Moving Fusion were very good at back on the day. G's are good.
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