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  • 1. Dreadsquad feat. Dub Princess - No Walls 02:50 2. Dreadsquad feat. Kojo Neatness & Gardna - Rolling Thunder 03:23 3. Dreadsquad feat. Greg Blackman - Clean Up 03:28 4. Dreadsquad feat. Takeyce-Ti - Freedom Train 03:09 5. Dreadsquad feat. YT - Issues 03:30 6. Dreadsquad feat. Tenor Youthman - Ruff Life 03:29 7. Dreadsquad feat. El Fata - Murderers 03:46 8. Dreadsquad feat. Kojo Neatness - All night long 03:54 9. Dreadsquad feat MenaceLive - Prove me wrong 03:19 10. Chainska Brassika - Knowledge Is King (Dreadsquad RMX feat. Tom Spirals) 03:46 11. Dreadsquad & Kush Arora feat. MonkeyJhayam - Africa 03:56 12. Space 04:30 about Dreadsquad, AKA Marek Bogdanski, returns to the scene with the second and third instalments of his Riddim Machine
    series. As part of a collaboration consisting of Dreadsquad’s own Superfly Studio and the renowned Moonshine
    Recordings, listeners are in for a treat, courtesy of Poland’s most prolific reggae dancehall producer. As ever,
    Dreadsquad manage to encapsulate all evolutions of reggae – from rocksteady , roots and rub-a-dub to dancehall and
    dub – all with a present-day twist to keep the bass bins rumbling and the people skanking. Both volumes will be available
    in both vinyl and digital format, so there’s no excuse to miss out!
    Volume 2 is laced with an amalgamation of characters from the Reggae/Hiphop/Soul scene, featuring the likes of Kojo
    Neatness , Gardna, El Fata, Dub Princess, Tenor Youthman, Takeyce-Ti, Monkey Jhayam, ManeceLive or Greg Blackman in
    his soulful roots tune Clean Up. Among a plethora of sublime productions, with throwbacks to the old sounds of early
    reggae, roots and rub-a-dub, there’s the highly anticipated anthem Issues (previously released on Bun Dem Riddim), with
    none other than the mighty YT on microphone duties . Keep an ear out for the remix of Chainska Brassika’s Knowledge Is
    King (featuring Tom Spirals); there’s some serious stepping to be done to this riddim. The closing track for this volume is
    more than worthy of a mention, as ‘Space’ manages to deliver a transcendentally meditative dub vibe to bring the record
    to a close in a suitable fashion.
    Volume 3 serves to retain Dreadsquad’s core values – their attitude towards mash-ups and remixes, their roots in all that
    is reggae – whilst also providing a sound that is refreshing, original, and showcases some of the finest up & coming talent.
    Whereas Volume 2 remains much more true to its roots, Volume 3 turns up the heat and brings the fire to the dance.
    Once again, the LP is littered with artists who are soon to be on everyone’s radar. Skarra Mucci, Zico MC, Jman, Charlie P,
    Million Stylez, need we say more? Riddim Machine Vol. 3 is chocked full of edits and remixes guaranteed to start a fire in
    any venue. The legendary Papa Michigan’s Nice Up The Dance is flipped on its head, with just the right amount of amen
    breaks and Reese bass to keep any junglist’s gun fingers in the air. Get Away revolves around a display of lyrical wizardry
    from MenaceLive, Jman and Zico MC in true cypher style. Charlie P makes a special appearance for the digi-dancehall
    smasher That Is Life, complete with classic 80s orchestral hits reminiscent of the foundation fashion. This one’s a
    dubplate; you should feel blessed to hear it!
    Both volume of Riddim Machine feature artwork illustrated by Kasia Wilk. The releases will be available digitally, via most
    online download stores (iTunes, Juno, Bandcamp, Amazon, etc.), as well as a physical vinyl release, available at most usual
    vendors. credits released November 17, 2017 license all rights reserved tags Tags reggae dancehall dub dubstep raggamuffin Łódź about Dreadsquad Łódź, Poland

    "None A Jah Jah Children" collects together the two classic albums "Rastafari" and "Kibir - Am - Lak" that Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus made for producer Tommy Cowan in the 1970's and adds one bonus vocal track and four dubs, with all in all 22 tracks re - mastered by Kevin Metcalfe. These are ‘ nyah man chants ’ made sound system ready by Tommy Cowan's Talent Corporation with the heavyweight musical back - up of Peter Tosh, Earl "Chinna" Smith, Robbie Shakespeare, Robbie Lyn, Tommy McCook, Carlton "Santa" Davis and the Sons Of Negus with the all the various drums like the 1st, 2nd and 3rd funde, akete bass drum, repeater, bass funde and trap drums.

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