“Dub Echoes” was produced by a Brazilian crew, in Kingston (Jamaica), London (UK), NY, Washington, LA (US), Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo (Brazil). Key names, from both reggae and the electronic music world, talk about the birth of this genre, how it helped to change the way we perceive music and how it’s presence can still be felt today.
Just follow the bass lines!
This album is a celebration of all things Dub and related, featuring rare classics alongside new tracks from the pioneers and futurists of this electronic musical form. Musical worlds collide as Francois Kervorkian meets Jamaican DJ legend U-Roy, and German techno giants Rhythm & Sound meet Cornell Campbell. Also featuring Jamaican originators such as King Tubby, Lee Perry, Prince Jammy and Bunny Lee, alongside electronic futurists and Dubstep artists such as Kode9, Harmonic 313 (Warp) and LV (Hyperdub), as well as hip hop pioneer Roots Manuva and original junglist Congo Natty.
1. Roots Manuva — Witness (Walworth Road Rockers Dub)
2. Rebel MC / Congo Natty — Creation Rebel
3. Disrupt — Sega Beats
4. Dub Syndicate — Forever More
5. Harmonic 313 — Dirtbox
6. King Tubby — Psalms of Drums
7. Kode9 and Spaceape — Sine Of The Dub
8. Andre 'Suku' Gray — Sign Rhythm
9. U Roy and Francois K — Rootsman
10. King Tubby — Ruffer Version
11. LV featuring Dandelion — CCTV
12. Rhythm & Sound with Cornell Campbell — King In My Empire
13. King Tubby — Jah Jah Jehovah Version
14. Digital Dubs vs. Dubiterian — Deb Dub
15. The Congos — Congo Man Chant
16. Cotti — Run Tings
17. The Upsetters — Rejoicing Skank