Crucial sounds for these crucial times featuring heavy beats from Emch and Tha Riddim Doktor laced with conscious vocals from Naada, Daddy Lion Chandell, and Treasure Don mashing it up on dubwise hip hop, roots reggae, and industrial strength jungle/ drum and bass vibes.
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.
- Collective Sweat – hop hop stylings with MC Pete Miser and Rhiannon on vocals.
- The Chronicles – dancehall vs. hip hop featuring big Jamaican chatter/MC, Treasure Don.
- It’s the Heat – the dubbed up instrumental
“The Chronicles” is featured on Showtime’s TV show “Californication” Season 5, Ep 11 “The Party”
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.
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
Subatomic Sound System “On All Frequencies” digital and CD release featuring the full live crew from this era of NYC stage shows and all night Brooklyn warehouse parties when Subatomic Sound System was typically performing with a crew of 8-11 musicians and vocalists, essentitally delivering a live mixtape on stage. Also check for the equally popular instrumentals release. Contact us for CD distribution orders
4 Afros **** “Subatomic holds a clinic on the standard of releases for 2007 on their newest album. Artful lyrics, soulful singing and innovative beats… These beats could become the blueprint for future producers…Genius producing.”
“Certified gun smoke. Cop that!”
– OJ Lima, VIBE, editor-at-large
Subatomic Sound System dancehall and hip hop riddims out of the vaults and still hitting hard! Featuring vocals by MCs Pete Miser (Five Fingers of Funk), King Django (Stubborn All-Stars), and Herb D (from Philadelphia’s Fathead). Coincidentally released on 4/20.