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SCOB021 B1 Mungo's Hi Fi ft Conny Ras & Steady Ranks-Crisis

Selectah Easy T Jam on July 11, 2010 14:12

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SCOB021 B1 Mungo's Hi Fi ft Conny Ras & Steady Ranks-Crisis
has been recorded and co produced by Selectah Easy T Jam/Esperanza Soundsystem-Digital Steppaz
There is already a review for that song even before he was released.
Written by P Vans in a New Zealand Reggae Magazine called "Nice Up"!!!
"Glasgows reggae/dubstep heavyweight champions, Mungos Hi Fi, takes the title for Track of the Week this week, coming with a no nonsense set of vocal and dub versions forthcoming on their very own Scotch Bonnet imprint. More notably their collaboration version featuring reggae vocalists Conny Ras and Steady Ranks is my favorite vocal version, bringing conscious lyrics which speak the truth about the idiotic cycle of gun grime.
The snappy scattered snare rhythms and melodic simplicity against the warm and deep rounded sub weight lay down the foundations for a truthfully devastating dub that will test any sound system. I look forward to hearing this one on the Vital Sounds or Subtle Sound system rigs when it finally see's release on vinyl some time in the next few months.
Anyone who has been following the reggae, dancehall and dubstep soundclashes and who attended the Mungo's Hi Fi and Earl Gateshead NZ tour this year will know Mungo's Hi Fi's riddims bring the vibes in the dance. This is another essential tune that joins the dots of contemporary reggae, dancehall and dubstep along side their classics Dubplate Fi Dem, Did You Really Know, Babylon and Fire Pon a Dubplate. Heavy plate."
Selectah Easy T Jam/Esperanza Soundsystem recorded two crucial tunes on the so called "Bad From Riddim" during his 3 months stay in Kingston/Jamaica 2008/09. He recorded at Swallofield at Wheelers Kitchen in a huge recordingsession like 28 hours. Lot's of Singers just passing thru or/and came by the invitation of Selectah Easy T Jam to this place.
We had nough green around to make and put some signs to europe into the sky.
Lots of other recordings for Mungos Hifi, Jahtari, coming Esperanza label and several Dubplate Killas has been recorded.
If you like the style check the tunes and support the artitsts with Dubplates for your Soundsystem. You can easy link me here on myspace and get infos about.
You can pre-listen and already order the 12" vinyls direct on:
www.scotchbonnet.net or on www.Jahtari.org
There are 3x 12" vinyls with that riddim and it is a must when you see all these names on it! Be quick before sold out!
All official artists on bad from riddim:
Earl 16 - International roots (SCOB020)
Black Warrior - Buffalo Soldier (SCOB020) coprod. by Selectah Easy T Jam/Esperanza Soundsystem
YT - Scream (SCOB020)
International Dub (SCOB020)
Warrior Queen - Good looking boy (SCOB021)
Fu Steps - It's rough (SCOB021)
Conny Ras and Steady Ranks - Crisis (SCOB021) coprod. by Selectah Easy T Jam/Esperanza Soundsystem
Riddim (SCOB021)
Daddy Freddy - Can't stop we again (SCOB022)
Jennifer Barrett - Cut out the hatred (SCOB022)
Longfingah - Deh pon top (SCOB022)
Mikey Murka - Hail the king (SCOB022)
Media:
You can get vinyl, wavs and mp3s at
www.scotchbonnet.net

Released by: Scotch Bonnet UK Mungos Hifi
Release/catalogue number: SCOB021
Release date: May 13, 2010

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