- Max Powa ft. Prince Alla & Seanie T - Great Stone - Vibration Lab Remix - Clip Artwork Vibration Lab on October 10, 2012 10:19
Vibration Lab featuring Linval Thompson - Tribulation Time E.P 8 tracks, 47.56 Vibration Lab on April 03, 2012 22:39
- 1. Vibration Lab featuring Linval Thompson - Tribulation Time (Vibration Lab Original) 7.01 10048 plays
- 2. Vibration Lab feat: Linval Thompson - Tribulation Time (Vibration Lab Dub) 7.01 3218 plays
- 3. Vibration Lab featuring Linval Thompson - Tribulation Time (RSD Remix) 5.18 3618 plays
- 4. Vibration Lab featuring Linval Thompson - Tribulation Time (RSD Dub) 5.15 3011 plays
- 5. Vibration Lab featuring Linval Thompson - Tribulation Time (Radikal Guru Remix) 5.31 5972 plays
- 6. Vibration Lab featuring Linval Thompson - Tribulation Time (Adam Prescott Remix) 6.21 2815 plays
- 7. Vibration Lab featuring Linval Thompson - Tribulation Time (Riddim Tuffa Remix) 5.42 2972 plays
- 8. Vibration Lab featuring Linval Thompson - Tribulation Time (Riddim Tuffa Dub) 5.42 1853 plays
Vibration Lab are a dj/production duo, based in London & Devon who create & play Future Reggae Music. With years of experience, Vibration Lab are veterans within their sound, whose main purpose is to spread a positive message or “vibe” to the listeners. Call it ‘Rub-A-Dubstep’ or ‘Roots from Outer Space’, the future and the past collide which delivers a sound that merges the warmth of analogue with the innovations of digital. Integrating ‘vintage’ samples and tasteful Dub elements they have invented a new level of sonic beauty, classic, yet ground-breaking. With ten releases under their belt including 3 on their own Vibration Lab label and the Forward Operation EP, available on MindStep Music, Vibration Lab is showing no sign of slowing down.
Vibration Lab have been playing festivals around Europe including Holland(Ruigoord Future Reggae), Romania(Subsonic) and Croatia (Outlook) and also the biggest Bass music nights in the U.K including: Tokyo Dub, Sub Dub and Reggae Roast. Alongside the likes of: Mungos Hifi, RSD, Radikal Guru, YT, Iration Steppas, Conscious Sounds, Dubkasm, Solo Banton, Kenny Knots, Disciples, Alpha Steppa, Soom T, OBF, Panda Dub, Reggae Roast and many more!
Other important moments for Vibration Lab have been recording an original song with one of their all-time heroes: “Reggae Legend”: Linval Thompson, Released on double vinyl on their own label with remixes by some of the best producers in Dub music today including: RSD (Rob Smith), Radikal Guru, Adam Prescott and Riddim Tuffa. The next collaboration with Linval Thompson and Vibration Lab will be out soon, with remixes by UK Dub Heroes: Alpha & Omega. Alpha Steppa, J-Star, RSD, Adam Prescott and Riddim Tuffa.
Keeping with Vibration Lab's quest to bring the old and the new together, they have forthcoming remixes of other important Reggae artists like Prince Alla (on Powa Cuts), Lutan Fyah (on Steppas Records) Rod Taylor (on Reggae Roast), Ruben Da Silva (on Strictly Dub), Maikal-X (on Hundred Years) & also a new track from the amazing Wayne Jarret (on Moonshine), not to mention their second collaboration with linval Thompson
Vibration Lab has also forged a good relationship with Rinse FM’s DJ Crises. Having released the Forward Operations EP on his label Mindstep Music. DJ Crises plays Vibration Lab on his shows on Rinse FM, every Tuesday from 11am-2pm.
Vibration Lab are now part of the Reggae Roast collective, which is the biggest Reggae/Dub/Bass oriented night in the U.K. With on-going events in Brixton, Stoke Newington & Camden
look out new releases from Vibration Lab this year on Reggae Roast vinyl & digital.
Vibration Lab have played Romania, USA, Berlin, Holland, Slovenia, Poland, not to mention Glastonbury Festival, The One Love Festival and Notting Hill Carnival, 2014 is shaping up to be a great year for Vibration Lab
“What you are creating is the best thing I have heard in reggae for some time. I played all the mixes you had up on Sound Cloud and they blew me away. I have been a strong follower of reggae since the mid 70′s and I love the mixture of old sounds mixed with the new Dubstep kind of style you guys are producing.” – David Elvin (Radio Underground Sound)