Tradition – Captain Ganja and the Space Patrol

Label: Bokeh Versions

This is an absolute CRUCIAL re-issue for any dub music fanatics out there! Hard to believe this masterpiece has been created in 1980! This long lost classic is now available on vinyl at a good price, so don’t sleep and get your copy on Bandcamp right here!

Via bokeh Versions “Making use of an early Roland sampler, Tradition broke away from the standard drum/bass workouts that ruled the day. With the Captain, dub becomes an atmosphere, a feeling, not a formula – littered with baby’s cries, tribal chants, radiophonic noodlings and library soundtracks for space-age bachelor pads.”

Creation Rebel – Vibrations: 1978 – 1982

Label: On-U Sound

Via On-U Sound “To celebrate the gold vinyl reissue of Creation Rebel’s Starship Africa and the band’s recent return to the live stage after a break of over 30 years, we’ve compiled this selection of highlights from their various On-U Sound releases, including key album tracks, discoplate tunes, and deep cuts.”

Courtney John – All The Way

Label: Soul Man Records

Get acquainted with the sweet falsetto singing of Courtney John on this new single, taken from the upcoming album “Ecosystem“, available for streaming and digital download on the 16th of June. We can already predict that this is going to be one of the best reggae album of the year, so don’t sleep!

Soul Sugar – Chase the light

Label: Gee Recordings

If you are searching for some warm soulful reggae music to match the upcoming nice weather, you can trust multi-instrumentalist Guillaume “Gee” Metenier to give you the goodies!

After a series of incredible singles, you now have all the medicine on one nice album, with new tracks along the way that match the quality level we’ve been used to from Soul Sugar in the last couple of years. The feature comes courtesy of Courtney John, Leonardo Carmichael on the incredible cover of Timmy Thomas classic “Why can’t we live together” and none other than the legendary organist Dr Lonnie Smith. All that followed by the “versions” of all songs like it supposed to be! Check it out!

VA – Dub​-​Stuy Presents Singles Pack Vol. 1

Label: Dub-Stuy

Via Dub-Stuy “Dub-Stuy celebrates its flagship SP singles series with its first retrospective, covering SP 001 to 005 in one digital bundle…It includes original tracks from all Dub-Stuy artists – Tour de Force, DJ Madd, Bukkha, and Dubamine – as well as remixes from worldwide friends and family including Doctor Jeep, Radikal Guru, Jacky Murda, and Moresounds. Featured vocalists include Ranking Joe, Brazil’s Junior Dread, and Tristan Palmer.”

Kramos – 60 Minutes Of Reggae Vol.1

Another 60 minutes, another theme!
This reggae series will explore the different eras and styles this type of music has gone through over the years.

Roots reggae and dub, going back to rocksteady, passing by the digital or the dancehall period and moving into more recent stuff, etc. Basically, all the different shapes reggae music has embodied over the years that we love and cherish.

This first edition has a little bit of everything in it, so get ready for the ride. To be consumed on a sunny day at high volume!


1 Wise dub by Horace Andy
2 Determination Skank by Tommy McCook
3 His imperial majesty by Rod Taylor
4 Africa is our land by Joshua Moses
5 Eastern Memphis by Family Man & The Rebel Arms
6 The master by Jr. Thomas & The Volcanos
7 Everybody rocking by Hopeton Lewis
8 All I know by Courtney John
9 Black Ark vampires by Lee Scratch Perry & Subatomic Sound System
10 Guns N fiyah by Bukkha feat. Junior Dread
11 Dub is all I got (Robo Bass Hifi re-shape) by Dub Syndicate feat. U-Roy
12 Original kuff by Chaka Demus
13 Good morning teacher version by King Jammys
14 Good morning teacher by Nitty Gritty
15 Inna skateland by Kalbata & Mixmonster feat. Puddy Roots
16 Red dub by Numa Crew
17 A clear dub by Greg Gives Peter Space

Artwork by MC Tank Pumpin’

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