Tune’s been available for a minute, but today the official video dropped (get it? lol) also.
Here’s a next mix out of my non-dancehall suggestions for you guys.
Mighty Maigl, former Bad Kreuznach Resident, now living in Münster, Germany, put together this fine Dubstep Mix.
Ruff and tuff, with a slight Hip Hop touch.
Just found this AWESOME reggae-infected Dubstep Mix, mixed by Muva outta the austrian StruttinBeats Crew, that I want to share with you.
Shy Fx Feat Kano/Donaeo/Roses Gabor – Raver (Feat Donaeo – Shy’s Guinness Punch Mix)
Pupajim – International Farmer
Solo Banton – Dancehall Nice Again
Mrk1 – Sensi Skank
Mungo’s Hifi – Babylon
Radikal Guru – Strong Dub
Roommate/Nibe – Dreader Than Dread
Rusko – Jahova
Visionary, Marcus – Nightfall (Feat Johnny Osbourne)
Coco, Chris – Jah Prayer
Death By Dub – Crime (Original Mix)
Visionary, Marcus – The General (Feat Jahdan – Remix)
Alpha Steppa Feat Gregory Isaacs – Crucial Steppa (Feat Gregory Isaacs)
040 L Drift, Low Ki – Fist Of Dubstep (Radikal Guru Remix)
Caustik – Herbman (Hd4000 Remix)
Dj 2D – Give A Little Love
Dreadsquad Feat Tenor Fly – Sweet Thing (Adam Faz Dubstep Remix)
Gangsta Na Play Aka Numa Crew – World Of Ragga (Bonus)
Radikal Guru – Dread Commandments
Dj Madd – Babylon
Alpha Steppa – Alpha Steppa – Steppa Razor (Peter Tosh)
Dread Foxx – Kingston Dub
Dean, Kelly – Rat Race (Dubtek Remix)
Check Bounty on a wobbly, grimish riddim.
This is another nonReggae/Dancehall-Mix I want to promote to you guys.
Like I said a few days ago, I want you to give other musical genres besides Reggae and Dancehall also a shot. So here’s a wonderful Dubstep Mix, which is, in my book, the perfect soundtrack for an awakening urban environment, mixed by Binyo! from Essen, who’s ,by the way, the evil twin/companion/partner in crime of last week featured DJ Joe Coseness.
Chilled Dubstep Mix with a little reggae touch in the beginning, getting funkier at the end.
Make sure to check Binyo!s other mixes on Soundcloud too.
A mini documentary featuring Lee Scratch Perry, Subatomic Sound System, Jahdan Blakkamoore, Dubblestandart
(plus interview footage with Rusko and live clips of Jahdan with Major Lazer)
1973, Jamaica. 2009, to the world! The story of the seminal dub album “Blackboard Jungle” from Lee Scratch Perry and King Tubby that was cornerstone of the dub music craze that would extend around the world. In 2009 Vienna’s dub masters Dubblestandart called on Perry to revisit the vibes. This collaboration stretched around the globe to involve New York City’s dub scientists Subatomic Sound System & rising reggae vocal talent Jahdan Blakkamoore, and resulted in the first ever original dubstep tunes from Lee Scratch Perry plus a journey back into the Blackboard Jungle!
via Dutty Artz