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06. Deliver Me - D&B - Adam Prescott Remix (Clip)

ReggaeRoast on January 25, 2013 17:44

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    ‘Deliver Me’ is the monstrous new track from Reggae Roast Records and sets the tone for a string of killer new releases for 2013. A combination of the sweet vocals of Reggae Roast front man Ramon Judah with production by ‘Conscious Sound’, one of the UK’s most prolific producers over the past 20 years, this hard hitting digital stomper is sure to rock crowds in smoke filled dance-halls and festivals alike, throughout 2013.

    ‘Deliver Me’ is an uptempo, hard hitting digital steppa like you have never heard. The riddim grabs you from the first moment to the last and melodic vocals of Ramon Judah perfectly compliment the dark, melancholy vibe. The track is a spiritual plea to Jah asking him for guidance away from the evils of this world. With remixes from UK Dub legend RSD (AKA Rob Smith from the production duo Smith and Mighty) + Adam Prescott and Kosine & Dialect the release is oozing with cross genre appeal.

    Ramon Judah, Reggae Roast’s front man for the past 5 years finally gets his first official release on the label, and boy was it worth the wait. Hailing from Toxteth, Liverpool and son of the famous musician Sugar Dean, Ramon Judah has music in his blood and is a veteran of the UK Roots scene for more than 20 years. His outstanding release ‘Truth and Rights’ on Tuff Scout Records achieved cult classic status and he is forging a reputation as one of the UK’s finest.

    Conscious Sounds AKA Bush Chemist has been at the heart of the UK Roots scene for over 20 years. He has since gone on to gain worldwide recognition for his digital roots productions. His discography reads like a who's who of the UK Reggae scene. The ‘Deliver Me’ Riddim demonstrates the sheer power of his production skills.

    RSD - Rob Smith is as integral to the Bristol sound as any of his mainstream-approved counterparts. After his legendary work under the alias Smith & Mighty Sound System, RSD is once again at Bristol's cutting edge, aligning himself with the city's inventive Dubstep movement.

    Adam Prescott: Nottingham’s finest Adam Prescott, and newest member to the Reggae Roast team is one of the most exciting new producers around. Combining a crucial selection of rough and tough roots music with a modern injection of dubstep, he’s been making moves in the scene through his work with artists such as Charlie P, Brother Culture, Daddy Freddy, Johnny Osbourne & Ranking Joe.

    Kosine & Dialect: Brighton based duo Kosine & Dialect have well over 30 years experience between them in producing various genre's of music including Jungle, DnB + Dub. Having recently remixed tracks for the likes of Congo Natty + Serial Killers so expect big things for this killer combo in 2013.

    Reggae Roast are building a formidable catalogue featuring some of the most exciting artists in the UK and beyond. Key players in the resurgence of the UK Roots scene over the past 5 years, they are a leading light in the new generation of dub music. Setting them apart from the crowd is their ruff n tuff remixes giving the label a unique cross over appeal. Look out for plenty more releases in the coming months from the likes of Dubmatix, Hollie Cook, Vibration Lab and many more.

    Released by: Reggae Roast Records
    Release/catalogue number: RR014


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