Emch from Subatomic Sound System, Anthony B, and Devon D of People’s Records at the recording session for “Dem Can’t Stop We From Talk” in Kingston, JA. Click below to see the video of the session.
Skarob is a collision of bass music and dub reggae from the duo of veteran Brooklyn rasta Doctah X and Eastern European expatriate Rekloos, transplanted to the unlikely heartland of America.
Brooklyn urban reggae crew Noble Society, fronted by Jahdan Blakkamoore, drops new EP with chart topping remix from Subatomic Sound System
Subatomic Sound & Nomadic Wax present Anthony B’s international smash hit “Dem Can’t Stop We From Talk”
NYC-2-Africa riddim with Anthony B, Jahdan Blakkamoore, & Bajah
Jamaican dub originator Lee “Scratch” Perry rootical dubstep.
a dark, wobbly dubstep version with Lee Scratch Perry vibrating out of the depths of the jungle
“vampire” politicians, “bloodsucking” informers, and the “military society” of the ghetto youths. Dubstep, roots, dancehall, & bass music remixes..
Remixed collaboration of the Vienna dubmasters, American master filmmaker, & the Jamaican dub inventor.
Dubwise dancehall vs. hip hop from the NYC streets, hotter than July
All the beats from the album, all instrumental with a little bit of dubwise flavor.
Two separate 45 exclusive mixes, one with Anthony B on the original Subatomic Sound System & Nomadic Wax “NYC-2-Africa” riddim and the the second on the Dubblestandart “Kingston Riot” riddim.
“Hello, Hell is Very Low” / “Bed Athletes” Ari Up and Lee Scratch Perry’s only appearance together on record.
“I got into sort of cosmic explosions” – David Lynch
Remixes by RSD & Subatomic Sound System.
Lee Scratch Perry & Prince Far-I’s first dubstep tracks! Limited edition vinyl.