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Christoph El' Truento - Peace Maker Dub (Bandcamp)
Rounding off a fine week for modern dub mutations is Christoph El Truento & his great new album of Nyabinghi drum nourished, horn and flute enriched, guitar licked roots and cultured beats.
Auf Togo meets Becker & Mukai (SAS Recordings)
Get your Friday freak on with this chugging, bugging, raver hugging, toad licking, space rocking, psyched & electronically diced, slice of dubbed out disco from Auf Togo & Becker & Muckai for SaS Recordings.
Kassa Overall - Go Get Ice Cream and Listen to Jazz (Self Release)
Despite being the most natural of bedfellows, genuinely great hip hop & jazz fusion LP's are still relatively few and far between so I'm happy to report that New York drummer, producer & rapper Kassa Overall & some stellar guests have given the genre a fresh sounding boost.
Odd Ned - Potboiler No. 2 (Wheretimegoes)
It's been a good week for idiosyncratic dub deviance. Check out this Bandcamp only journey through digi dub, dub techno, JA injected ambient and whimsical lo-fi, echo saturated electronica by Odd Ned for Dublin's wherethetimegoes.
LeonxLeon - Rokanbo (Cracki Records)
A taste of summer is here to see you through the darker days as LeonxLeon's Balearic infused, Zouk tickled, disco nodding, feel good house vibes for Cracki Records deliver 5 reasons to smile and dance for the vitamin D deficient.
Lo Kindre - Chlorophytum (12th Isle)
Unfortunately the Bandcamp embed function for this release seems to be disabled so head to this link but there is our review:
Nice to see 12th Isle back in style with a heavyweight slab of psychedelic synthesized digi dub from fellow Glasgow tripper Lo Kindre that is more attuned to late night deep diving than weekend raving.
Jon Neher & Michael Scott Dawson - Nothing is on Fire (Fenwood Rail)
I don't know why but I soften to darker, classical leaning soundtracks on a Sunday & the sombre yet soothing, piano led acoustics, interwoven with subtle field recordings, occasional tape quiver and ambient electronics of Jon Neher & Michael Scott Dawson on Fenwood Rail is sounding great this morning.
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