Lee “Scratch” Perry – Blackboard Jungle Vol. 1: Respect The Foundation

Blackboard Jungle Vol. 1 Respect the Foundation

“Respect the Foundation!” Lee “Scratch” Perry in dubstep, the rootical, dancehall dubstep version that set it off. Also available on 12″ vinyl, with alternate versions and additional exclusive mixes. Subatomic Sound System & Dubblestandart meet Lee Scratch Perry & Jahdan Blakkamoore inna Blackboard Jungle. The combination is explosive!

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Lee “Scratch” Perry – Blackboard Jungle Vol 2: Respect My Sh*t

“Respect my shit!” Dub inventor Lee “Scratch” Perry in dubstep, a dark wobbly version that follows up on the rootical, dancehall dubstep version that set it off. Also available on 12″ vinyl, with alternate mixes and additional exclusives. Subatomic Sound System & Dubblestandart with Lee Scratch Perry & Jahdan Blakkamoore. The combination is explosive!

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Elephant Man : Vampires & Informers (EP)

Elephant Man Vampires & Informers

BACK FOR BLOOD! 12 tracks with Elephant Man for the first time reaching from dubstep to roots dub to dirty bass dancehall to techno dub and beyond. Digital re-up release & ltd edition 12″ out now!!

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“Another heavyweight release in a relentless schedule from Subatomic Sound!” – Generation Bass
“Breaking serious ground in Jamaican music.” – MTV
“Jamaican dancehall superstar examines the underworld on his latest” – AOL

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Dubblestandart meets David Lynch & Lee Scratch Perry “Chrome Optimism” remixes

“I got into sort of… cosmic explosions. Euphoric, chrome optimism.” – David Lynch
“Hello, Hell is very low, and Heaven is very, very high” – Lee Scratch Perry

Following up the vinyl release, Subatomic Sound drops the full length digital album with remixes covering dub and dubstep of course, but also less expected twists on dubwise bass heavy sounds like tropical, electro, 2step/garage, minimal tech, and ambient dub. The remixers include top new producers of these genres from the USA: Antiserum, Dub Gabriel and Kush Arora from SF and Dave Q, Liondub, Subatomic Sound System, Ming, & April White from NYC, as well as Tony Dubshot out of the Netherlands and Dubblestandart from Vienna.

The music video was shot in Death Valley, California by Tokiori…
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Subatomic Sound System: Heat Brings Heat

Subatomic Sound System “It’s The Heat” riddim digital EP release. Direct from the NYC streets, hotter than July, flipping the heavy west coast vibe of Dr. Dre with dubwise Subatomic east coast stylings.

  1. Collective Sweat – hop hop stylings with MC Pete Miser and Rhiannon on vocals.
  2. The Chronicles – dancehall vs. hip hop featuring big Jamaican chatter/MC, Treasure Don.
  3. It’s the Heat – the dubbed up instrumental

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“The Chronicles”  is featured on Showtime’s TV show “Californication” Season 5, Ep 11 “The Party”

Subatomic Sound System: On All Frequencies Instrumentals

Subatomic Sound System: On All Frequencies Instrumentals. The beats from the album, all instrumental with a little bit of dubwise flavor. Lay back and blaze to this: hip hop, dancehall, dub, broken beat, afrobeat, and electronic vibes.

Available on Beatport, Juno, iTunes, Spotify, and many more.

Also as a standalone one hour mixtape by Subatomic Sound System’s Emch — if you want smooth blends.

“Subatomic Sound System’s unorthodox mashup of styles connects the dots between dub reggae, dancehall, hip hop, drum & bass, downtempo and broken beat [BPM Vital Releases]… Tracing the roots of bass heavy dub with a funk-styled edge of underground hip-hop, SSS bridges dancehall energy and multi-cultural communication. Solid beats, meaningful messages and remix trickery.”
- BPM Magazine


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