Gwan Like Dem Bad (feat Burro Banton) - (3:30) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Help Out Me Nation (feat Tippa Irie) - (3:43) 98 BPM
Take It Over (feat Blackout JA) - (3:45) 99 BPM
IMR 026
11 Aug 14
Hip Hop/R&B
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Bus It In 2 (original) - (4:06) 141 BPM
Bus It In 2 (Dirty Dubsters remix) - (3:53) Biggest-selling track on this release
Bus It In 2 (Liondub remix) - (5:25) 120 BPM
Bus It In 2 (J-Bostron remix) - (4:33) 131 BPM
Review: Vietnam VS Jamaica on Irish Moss. Could this EP possibly BE more international? The vibes meet the air miles: Blunty's laid down the crudest of dub bounce arrangements and it's the perfect match for Blackout's throaty spittage. Remix-wise we hear the Dirty Dubsters ride high on a well-known reggae riff, Liondub take things back to 94 with a rudeboy jungle lick and J-Bostron take things back to 97 with a crisp n' bashy jump-up session. Massive.
IMR 007
07 Jan 13
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Making Disturbances - (3:45) 139 BPM
Making Disturbances (Dub Pistols Dnb remix) - (6:20) 131 BPM
Making Disturbances (Dirty Dubsters remix) - (5:43) 139 BPM
Making Disturbances (Bluntskull remix) - (3:41) 139 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Making Disturbances (Dub Pistols dub mix) - (5:39) 149 BPM
Making Disturbances (radio edit) - (3:45) 139 BPM
Review: What a package! Scottish duo Capitol 1212 team up with Toddla T-endorsed Serocee for a roaring reggae-roasted party joint: with well-known samples, a sing-along hook and lively scratches and twists on the riddim, it's an epic sizzler of carnivalian proportions. Remix-wise we're treated to two jams from the Dub Pistols (one D&B, one nu-funk), Dirty Dubsters provide a rolling halftempo D&B rub that switches to full speed mid-way and Bluntskull add more emphasis on the authentic skank factor. Make a disturbance today...
IMR 014
09 Sep 13
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Fire It Up (feat Mystro) - (3:42) 149 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Musical Husslers (feat Leiko Tola) - (3:12) 143 BPM
Real Bad Boys (feat Bass Nacho & Blackout JA) - (4:17) 143 BPM
Its On Now (feat YT) - (3:23) 143 BPM
Do It (feat Bass Nacho) - (5:00) 128 BPM
Set It Off (feat Clinton Sly) - (4:20) 132 BPM
When The Road Call (feat Turbulance) - (4:00) 140 BPM
Answer Mi Question (feat Danny Red) - (4:17) 150 BPM
Can't Stop We (feat Burru Banton) - (4:53) 120 BPM
Work Hard (feat Sista Quanna) - (3:44) 140 BPM
Review: Take a wee dash of Ugly Duckling. Add a massive pinch of Dub Pistols. Bake in an Irish funk oven for several years. Follow this recipe correctly and you'll have Fire It Up, the debut album from the up-and-up duo Obese and Jay Sharp. Not to mention their crack team of killer mic-men. With such a wide range of vocals, the Dubsters hold down the consistency vibe with consummate ease. From Leiko Tola's Ty-style sedate delivery on "Musical Husslers" and Bass Nacho's gritty guttural system-chatter on "Real Bad Boys" to Danny Reid's melodic classical reggae sing-song glow on "Answer Mi Question", there's a tangible 'live' feeling about the whole set. A highly accomplished debut album. If these guys aren't dominating festivals in the next few years this really is Broken Britain.
IMR 010
11 Mar 13
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Real Bad Boys - (4:17) 143 BPM
Real Bad Boys (Basement Freaks remix) - (3:12) 142 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Real Bad Boys (Run Tingz remix) - (5:44) 131 BPM
Review: Taken from their album Fire It Up, "Real Bad Boys" makes a very subtle reference to the chord structure on Inner Circle's famous "Bad Boys" and features the distinctive guttural vocal tones of Blackout JA. Remix-wise Irish Moss have called in the big guns. Jalapeno's Basement Freaks turn in a strutting nu-funk blend while Bristol's finest reggae D&B crew Run Tingz get lively with a fire-starting 170 workout. Bad boy business, through and through...
IMR 011
08 Jul 13
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Fire It Up (original) - (3:41) 149 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Fire It Up (Fog remix) - (5:43) 126 BPM
Fire It Up (Spenda C remix) - (3:20) 131 BPM
Fire It Up (JinxIin Dub remix) - (4:31) 149 BPM
Review: Dirty Dubsters have been bubbling for a while now; each cut demonstrating their ability to hone a hook and translate well in a live environment. "Fire It Up" is one of their best yet. Coming on strong like a young Dub Pistols, Braintrax posse member Mystro even sounds like Rodney P at points. With a clear, if a little naughty, message and some sun-kissed horns, this will rock well into the summer. Remixes come in all successful shapes and forms... Contemporary rave-bleep (Fog), electro grime (Spenda C) and squelch skank digidub (Jinxlin).
IM 008
14 Jan 13
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Girls Pon Mi Mind (original mix) - (3:33) 143 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Girls Pon Mi Mind (Liondub remix) - (5:33)
Girls Pon Mi Mind (Spenda C remix) - (4:03)
Review: Irish wobble-maestros Dirty Dubsters continue their relentless assault on the junodownload charts, unveiling "Girls Pon Mi Mind" a eminently carnival ready collaboration with Champion UK Deejay Top Cat, which comes backed with some switch em up remixes. The original version pays equal attention to the chunked out beats as it does the authentic dubbed out skank riddims that shift in and out of focus along with some vintage JA horns, whilst Top Cat's distinctive delivery rides the circa 140bpm bump with aplomb. Those wanting something a bit rowdier will no doubt be satisfied by the accompanying remixes from Liondub and Spenda C which flip "Girls Pon Mi Mind"in a vintage jungle stylee and main room dumbstep way respectively.

IM 006
15 Aug 12
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When The Road Calls (original) - (4:00) 140 BPM
When The Road Calls (King Yoof remix) - (3:46) 140 BPM
When The Road Calls (Zion Train remix) - (3:29) 140 BPM
When The Road Calls (Numa Crew remix) - (4:41) 140 BPM
When The Rd Calls (T Kay d n b remix) - (4:09) Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: When it comes to contemporary reggae collaborations, Rise Up star Turbulence is a big look. With a distinctive vocal style, his delivery is so emphatic he'll have you singing along before you even know the words. Naturally this hook-up with Dirty Dubsters is no exception as he surges forth over a bubbling digidub hook. Remix-wise we're bombarded with boundary-bashing rubs: King Yoof gets lively with a vibrant jump-up breaks blend, Zion Train get deep with a rippling sub session, Numa Crew serve up a slamming, swaggering halfstep version while T-Kay closes the show with a spotless jump-up D&B shout out. Each version tickling a different corner of the dance, Irish Moss have curated a very special set right here.
IMR 015
13 Jan 14
Deep Dubstep
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Real Good Gal (feat Clinton Sly - original) - (4:07) 141 BPM
Real Good Gal (DJ Maars remix) - (4:01) 146 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Real Good Gal (Cut La Vis remix) - (4:13) 141 BPM
Real Good Gal (Dark Able remix) - (5:47) 134 BPM
Review: There are occasions where a vocal simply isn't necessary; the instrumental original does all the damage you want it to. Then there's the less frequent case of vocal / instrumental smelting that's so natural and neat, you wonder why it hasn't happened sooner. "Real Good Gal" is definitely in the latter category. Originally released in 2012, Tzinas' "Jam Hot Riddim" (a dub version of Beats International), here we find it graced with Montreal's finest dancehall singer Clinton Sly and it's the perfect match. The remixes are equally stimulating; Maars adds emphasis to the beats, Cut La Vis adds a sense of electronic evangelism and Dark Able smashes out a jungle-juiced jump up D&B vibe. Real good vibes.
IMR 018
03 Feb 14
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Big Bad Sound (original) - (3:11) 139 BPM
Big Bad Sound (Mo' Matic remix) - (3:01) 140 BPM
Big Bad Sound (Max Rubadub remix) - (3:17) 128 BPM
Big Bad Sound (Hylu & Jago remix) - (3:20) 140 BPM
Big Bad Sound (Dirty Dubsters remix) - (4:37) 128 BPM
Big Bad Sound (Liondub remix) - (5:40) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: "Big Bad Sound"... What a title! But does it live up to it? Of course it does. Having worked with the likes of Dr Meaker and Dreadsquad in the past, Bristol-based MC Gardna knows his beats big time. The original is a classic slice of authentic dub bubbles peppered with contemporary MC chatter and the remixes range from military drum march vibes (Max Rubadub) to a pensive UK garage 4/4 groove (Dirty Dubsters) via slinky, sonorous D&B (Liondub). Big, bad and wholly sound - this more than lives up to its title.
IMR 013
19 Aug 13
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Good Ganja (original) - (3:12) 73 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Good Ganja (DJ Maars remix) - (3:39) 85 BPM
Good Ganja (Mr Upfull remix) - (4:11) 73 BPM
Good Ganja (Bluntskull remix) - (4:20) 71 BPM
Good Ganja (feat Stephen Cheshire - Juice Foresight remix) - (5:52) 64 BPM
Review: Origin One got it together to release album All For The Love back in May, but it looks as though things have slowed down since then. As a result, we just get the one new track, "Good Ganja", here - a laidback dub reggae jam with an authorities vocal from Cheshire Cat. There's four remixes to choose from, our favourites being DJ Maars' half-time hip-hop influenced head-nodder and Juice Foresight's surprisingly lively deep tropical house jam.
IMR 028
20 Oct 14
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Build Up De Vibes - (5:13) 144 BPM
Build Up De Vibes (King Yoof remix) - (4:07) 144 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Build Up De Vibes (Bazza Ranks remix) - (5:23) 126 BPM
Build Up De Vibes (Mr Upfull remix) - (4:54) 144 BPM
Review: Time for a little dutty Dublin dancehall as Rukus FX makes his debut with a salubrious bass hybrid that sits between classic and contemporary dub and rides soulfully with warm vocals from Parly B. Remix-wise original breaker King Yoof gets his bubbly festival-slaying dub breaks on, Bazza Ranks switches up the flavours with a bassline-meets-classic house twist while Mr Upfull fills us up with warm system skank flavours. Vibesy.
IMR 046
22 Jun 18
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Ganja Dadda (original) - (4:52)
Ganja Dadda (Marcus Visionary remix) - (5:18) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ganja Dadda (Dirty Dubsters remix) - (5:33) 180 BPM
Subtifuge - "Ganja Dadda" (J-Bostron remix) - (4:33) 174 BPM
Review: Subtifuge's debut on Irish Moss is here. A hip-swaying, big-toking Ganja anthem sure to have lighters raised and heads nodding, the one and only Mr Williamz delivers sweet vocals while Subtifuge's original goes for a huge steppin' riddim. Remixes come from Canadian Jungle don Marcus Visionary, Scotland's finest J. Bostron providing a huge amount of extra jungle fire power on this release, while Dirty Dubsters slow things down to a half-time reggae riddim. Lift up ya can in salute and get moving!
IMR 016
18 Nov 13
Drum And Bass
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Come Harder (original) - (4:26) Biggest-selling track on this release
Come Harder (Cut La Vis remix) - (4:19)
Come Harder (Dirty Dubsters remix) - (6:01) 122 BPM
Come Harder (SaBBo & Gurfinkel remix) - (3:48) 126 BPM
Come Harder (Yan Zombie remix) - (4:44) 136 BPM
Review: With previous on Dirty Dubster Digital, Wood N Soo are no strangers to the boundary-punching funk on Irish Moss, as ably shown on this skank-flecked ragga-ravaged party blaster. Featuring Deadly Hunta - a toaster whose repertoire includes the likes of Buju Banton and Mad Professor - his gravelly vocals carry instant command as the beats bubble and bounce. Remix-wise Cut La Vis adds more sunshine to the groove, Dirty Dubsters add a gritty bass-bitten 4/4, SaBBo & Gurfinkel throw down the dark halfstep drama while Yan Zombie gets freaky and ultimately trippy in the beat department.
IMR 022
19 May 14
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