Don't Let It Pass - (3:31) 97 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Don't Let It Pass (remix) - (4:04) 87 BPM
Review: Top ranking Dirty Dubster Bazza Ranks teams up with one of the most distinctive, entertaining and versatile MCs in the game Dynamite MC for this serious system heater. Bubbling with dancehall delight, track and Dyna's vocals fit like a glove and get us geared up for the summer months ahead. And if you need something with more of a darker punch check the D&B remix that's armed with a classic sample you can't run away from. From sunny side to the far side, this one brings the feels. Don't let it pass you by...
IMR 048
25 Jan 19
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Memories - (3:24) 89 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Memories (remix) - (5:22) 89 BPM
Played by: Johnnypluse
Review: There are few things more pleasing to jam to than new age dancehall with a dancehall twist in our eyes and who better to provide that flavour than the legendary pairing Bazza and Dynamite MC. The high energy pair get together here for a nostalgic vocal session, discussing the fun times in their past and adventures of their youth. The vibe is playful and then coupled with a relaxed instrumental composition, combining subtle horn patterns and intricate triplets.
IMR 044
26 Jan 18
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Good Life - (3:33) 97 BPM
Good Life (Jungle remix) - (5:21) 89 BPM
Good Life (Drum N Bass remix) - (4:27) 88 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Bazza Ranks returns to the Mossy HQ for a unique twist on Inner City's "Good Life". That iconic chorus and those sun-kissed keys are present and correct but this time they're complemented by a rump-shaking dancehall steppy riddim and crucial vocals from man-like Dynamite MC and Scarlett Quinn, giving it a whole new twist. For added twists check both the break-splashed jungle remix and the heavier kicking drum & bass remix. No more bad times, only glad times!
IMR 049
24 May 19
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So Futuristic - (3:28) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
So Futuristic (FLeCK remix) - (4:28) 87 BPM
So Futuristic (Bazza Ranks remix) - (4:50) 131 BPM
IMR 042
16 Jun 17
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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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Lif Up (original) - (4:45) 178 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Lif Up (Turntable Dubbers remix) - (4:02) 50 BPM
Lif Up (Dirty Dubsters remix) - (4:35) 188 BPM
Lif Up (RCola remix) - (6:19) 178 BPM
Review: Capitol 1212 draw another scorcher from their acclaimed LP 'The Return Of Rudy Nacho, seeing the lads team up with UK All Star and all-round legend 'Mr. Badman' Tenor Fly on a jump up UK junglist tip. The tenor is in a reflective mood as he sends an empowering message to his fellow brothers and sisters over a tear-out beefy riddim set straight for the dancefloor. On the remix side of things a bouncing dub-wise version from Montreal's jungle don RCola breaks the junglist mould before Belgium's favourite beatsmiths the Turntable Dubbers smash things up in a Latin style. Cumbia gets experimental with a host of tweaked effects, meanwhile Dublin's Dirty Dubsters lace the Tenor's lyrics on a dancehall riddim with squelching synths and sub bass to round things off. Things just got hot!
IMR 027
15 Sep 14
Drum And Bass
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Capitol 1212/Various
Rudy's Intro (feat Danger Man) - (0:58) 114 BPM
Born As A Warrior (feat Gappy Ranks) - (3:56) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Warning (feat Danger Man) - (3:58) 140 BPM
Worldwide Echo (feat MAD) - (4:18) 140 BPM
Lif Up (feat Tenor Fly) - (4:45) 89 BPM
Do It Like We (feat Million Dan) - (3:06) 129 BPM
Interlude (feat Donald D) - (1:12) 114 BPM
Flex Like We (feat Daddy Freddy) - (3:43) 110 BPM
Makin Disturbances (feat Serocee) - (3:45) 93 BPM
Murder Dem (feat Deadly Hunta) - (4:03) 86 BPM
Everybody Move Like Robot (feat Daddy Scotty) - (3:37) 140 BPM
Haven't You Heard (feat Profisee & Junior Bear) - (5:08) 81 BPM
Rudy's Outro - (0:20) 129 BPM
Review: Edinburgh-based production duo Capitol 1212 (AKA producers Professa Fresh and Fly T) has been offering up reggae, dancehall and dub-influenced club fodder since the tail end of the 2000s. Here, they present their first album for Irish Moss Records, a self-proclaimed "tribute to soundsystem culture". In effect, that means a festival-friendly sprint through straight-up reggae, reggae-jungle, dubwise breaks, carnival-bating dancehall and booming reggae-influenced hip-hop. It's not subtle, but it is a whole heap of fun, with a stellar list of guest vocalists - MAD, Tenor Fly, Million Dan and Daddy Freddy included - swinging by to add to the celebratory, Boomtown-friendly vibe.
IMR 020
24 Mar 14
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Dreader Than Dread (feat Parly B - original) - (2:53) 88 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dreader Than Dread (feat Parly B - Bim One Production remix) - (3:02) 93 BPM
Dreader Than Dread (feat Parly B - Dirty Dubsters remix) - (3:48) 95 BPM
Dreader Than Dread (feat Parly B - Jinx In dub remix) - (3:40) 88 BPM
Dreader Than Dread (feat Parly B - Tradesman remix) - (3:09) 95 BPM
Dreader Than Dread (feat Parly B - Subtifuge Jungle remix) - (5:13) 87 BPM
Dreader Than Dread (feat Parly B - riddim version) - (2:52) 88 BPM
Review: Spoil yourself with six alternative versions of Danny T's summer vibin' Dreader Than Dread. Bim One strips the mid range and focuses on the lyrical, low end and percussive content of the track while the Dirty Dubsters live up to their name by mugging up the mix for something far more filtered. The real deep electronic vibes come from Jinx's dub, before bringing the track to life with a funky bassline - and the tablas come out in Tradesman's remix! For all the junglists there's Subtifuges rework and don't forget the riddim version for that instrumental alternative.
IMR 024
26 Jun 14
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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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Big Sound (original) - (4:24) 95 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Big Sound (feat Syross & Taiwan - DJ Vadim remix) - (4:58) 95 BPM
Big Sound (Marcus Visionary remix) - (6:34) 88 BPM
Big Sound (radio edit) - (3:59) 95 BPM
IMR 032
13 Apr 15
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Ol Bongo Cart (feat Dark Angel - original) - (3:44) 154 BPM
Ol Bongo Cart (feat Dark Angel - Kenny Ken remix) - (4:47) 88 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ol Bongo Cart (feat Dark Angel - Red Astaire remix) - (3:31) 154 BPM
Ol Bongo Cart (feat Dark Angel - Dan Taliras remix) - (3:45) 154 BPM
Ol Bongo Cart (feat Dark Angel - riddim version) - (3:47) 154 BPM
Review: Serious summer fun, as Irish party crew Dirty Dubsters team up with London's most gravelly tonsilled toaster Dark Angel for an instant sing-along skanker. For added weight Irish Moss have recruited an impeccable range of remixers: jungle legend Kenny Ken smashes out the amens, Red Astaire gets his slo-mo dub swing on while Dan Taliras cooks up a cheeky digidub version. Outstanding vibes throughout, jump on this cart today!
IMR 023
26 May 14
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Oh No (original mix) - (4:59) 90 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Oh No (ELO remix) - (3:53) 106 BPM
Oh No (J Star remix) - (3:03) 90 BPM
Oh No (Jinx In dub) - (5:28) 120 BPM
Oh No (Zetek remix) - (4:56) 90 BPM
IM 004
30 Jan 12
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Dirty Dubsters - "Can't Stop We" (Original Jungle Mix) - (4:53)
Dirty Dubsters - "Can't Stop We" (Yesking Remix) - (5:09) 180 BPM
Dirty Dubsters - "Can't Stop We" (Bobby C Sound TV Remix) - (4:48) Biggest-selling track on this release
Dirty Dubsters - "Can't Stop We" (Dubsters Beats Mix) - (4:00)
Review: The unlikely heavyweight connection of Dublin and Kingston heralds the second single from the Dirty Dubsters forthcoming Fire It Up album. Enlisting the unmistakable vocal rasp of legendary 'Mic Veteran' Burro Banton. ''Dem Can't Stop We'' is the infinitely catchy jungle/d&b hybrid the Dubsters are devastating dancefloors with, and this mini EP features surprising remixes that come from very different sides of the jungle spectrum. London's Yes King goes with a bubblin' 90's style digital riddim inspired by the golden era of Dancehall while Colorado's Bobby C Sound TV delivers a ghetto funk style mid-tempo break complete with earth shattering synth bass. Another international link up release from Irish Moss Records.
25 Feb 13
Drum And Bass
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Soundclash - (4:34) 176 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Soundclash (Dubmatix remix) - (3:41) 176 BPM
Soundclash (feat B. O'Brien & J. Rymer - Dirty Dubsters remix) - (5:24) 59 BPM
Soundclash (Tom Showtime remix) - (4:27) 175 BPM
Played by: Clairvo (MustBeat)
Review: Booty-blending glitchsmith DJ Maars flips the D&B bird with Born Ina Barn on "Soundclash". Rolling with classic Aries-style reggae-influenced style, it's the perfect blend of party and serious soul as the horns weave spells and Born Ina Barn spits lava truth. Remix-wise Dubmatix gets down and dirty on a slo-mo 4/4 flip, Dirty Dubsters add their own verses and dynamic production touches while Tom Showtime takes the track to cooler classic hip hop pastures. All bases covered.
IMR 039
07 Oct 16
Drum And Bass
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Rip It Up (original) - (4:47) 172 BPM
Rip It Up (Wrongtom remix) - (3:39) 172 BPM
Rip It Up (FLeCK remix) - (4:29) 58 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Rip It Up (dub version) - (4:47) 172 BPM
Review: If you like your reggae-influenced music that's British underground to its core - you'll like this. Sleepy Time Ghost and Bazza Ranks featuring Shumba Youth and Natty Campbell drop their very own 'Rip It Up', packed full of funky ragga vibes along with slick vocal work from everyone involved. But they've also roped in Wrongtom and FleCK on remix duties, the former of which doesn't divert from the original much but cleans it up a bit, smoothes over the edges and brings out some clarity in the mix. FleCK takes things in a different direction, namely D&B, and the vocals sound amazing in combination with the pace of the drums, the wobbly bassline swerving underneath. Finally, Sleepy Time Ghost has incorporated a vocal-less dub version which you could easily imagine Mungo's HiFi dropping to rapturous approval. A slick release that covers various strands of British dance music history.
IMR 047
19 Oct 18
Drum And Bass
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No Sound (original) - (2:22) 178 BPM
No Sound (Dirty Dubsters remix) - (3:35) 178 BPM
No Sound (6Blocc remix) - (4:00) 178 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Once again Steppa Style is back, fresh with his first 2015 single release from his See The World epic. Cementing himself as Russia's Number 1 'Raggaematical Junglist' (could there be any others?), this time we see Dirty Dubsters and 6Blocc take their shots at the breakout track, originally built by none other than Benny Page. Showcasing the '90s dancehall sound at it's best, Dublin's Dirty Dubsters get things bubbling nicely, and when USA junglist 6Blocc takes his turn things start beging to really flow. If you want raggamuffin sounds, you've got it. If you want to get up and dance, it's here. Take yourself less seriously and have a bit of fun.
IMR 030
16 Feb 15
Drum And Bass
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Work Hard (original) - (3:12) 88 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Work Hard (Max Rubadub remix) - (2:47) 90 BPM
Work Hard (Dirty Dubsters remix) - (4:57) 88 BPM
Work Hard (Dialect & Kosine remix) - (5:42) 88 BPM
Review: Proper internatty business; Russian beats, UK vocals and 100 per cent Jamaican vibes abound on an Irish label as Hunta extolls the virtues of wholesomeness and gumption over a juicy step-sharpened rhythm. Remix-wise Max Rubadub strips the groove back and gets busy on the synth horns, with both Dirty Dubsters and Dialect & Kosine get grizzly on classic jungle tips. The former go for an Urban Takeover style bass-bitten jump up flavour while the latter get skankwise in a similar way to Aries or Jacky Murda. Get to work.
IMR 034
15 Jun 15
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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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