The Illuminated’s dubs of dub mainstays Junior Delgado and Leroy Mafia are perfect for your next elaborate oceanside party at your opulent summer home in the Caribbean. You did splendidly by buying up shares of that start-up your stock broker was telling you to take like it was the last drink of water on the planet and now you’re trying to reap the seed you’ve sown. “Tonight” is best fit for when the sun has just gone down and the smell of grilling beef kababs has permeated the air. Ideally, you’d have the speakers facing outwards toward the ocean so “Tonight” can echo out to the hapless tourists boating. “Peace Man Time” is a bit more somber than “Tonight,” so maybe you have that queue’d in the playlist for the last lingering moments of the party. Take a trip to the beach and breathe in the ocean’s breeze. Check out both tracks by going through the Buy Now link below and see what you think of them. Cheers!
New white-label drop from Grand Ancestor! ‚Äď
Coming in with another heavyweight disc of dubwise music, fresh off the heels from their wicked first plate ‚Äď Grand Ancestor bring us two reggae re-licks, updated for soundsystem use, loaded with bassline pressure.
First off, Junior Delgado‚Äôs classic ‚ÄėTonight‚Äô gets spread out across a sub-loaded concoction of dubwise steppers, leaving space for the bassline to rumble and the drums to hit hard.
Flip it around and we have another well-executed mix of dub-informed soundsystem music‚Ä¶. Peace Man Time brings Leroy Mafia‚Äôs vocal over a rockers-style dubstep riddim, complete with horns and guitar firing off into the distance of the echo chamber as the rhythm unfolds.
If the last lot is anything to go by, these will go fast ‚Äď be quick if you want your copy!
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive