New 7″ Vinyl: Dubiterian remixes Anthony B, Subatomic Sound System, & Nomadic Wax NYC-2-Africa riddim

SS028 vinyl 45 Anthony B, Subatomic Sound System, Nomadic Wax, Dubiterian remix

This vinyl available from Crosstalk, Reggae Record, Juno, and more.

The second 45 in Subatomic Sound’s new limited edition sound system vinyl series, SS028 “Dem Can’t Stop We From Talk” features a previously unreleased remix of the Subatomic Sound System & Nomadic Wax “NYC-2-Africa” riddim by Brazilian producer Dubiterian with Anthony B’s blistering “Dem Can’t Stop We From Talk” vocal burning up the A-side plus a dubwise version on the B-side. Recorded and produced across Senegal, Jamaica, New York City, and Brazil, this tune packs a heavyweight energy that has been igniting the dance in Subatomic Sound System sets worldwide over the past year. Now available as a 7″ vinyl exclusive! Selectors get this one in your record bag. “Dem Can’t Stop We From Talk” boasts the most big remixes of any tune on the Subatomic Sound label. Check the digital remix release for more versions.


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New Subatomic Sound System & Thomas Blondet 7″ Vinyl “Jah Is Coming”

SS027_Subatomic Sound System Thomas Blondet  Jah Is Coming

“Jah is Coming” is a bass charging 140BPM rootical dubwise UK steppers style cut inspired by classic Roots Radics and Scientist production in Jamaica in the late 70s. NYC’s Subatomic Sound System & Washington DC’s Thomas Blondet recreated the vibes for 2014 using a balance of analog and digital production that keeps DJs and global sound system culture in mind, inspired by the high energy spiritual steppers reflips of reggae anthems popularized by conscious sound legends like Jah Shaka. The tune has been a staple dubplate in Subatomic Sound System DJ sets on tours worldwide over the past two years and is sound system tested with subsonic sine wave bass and peak time jackhammer drums guaranteed to smash the dancehall. Though heavy on the reggae, the tempo makes it DJ friendly for roots minded dubstep selectors to easily flip into their sets as well.

“Dubbing on the Moon” on the B side is a pulsing roots dub driven by a thunderous bassline built on Subatomic Sound System’s original reggae rockers riddim “Our Father, Our King” produced and dubbed in a Jamaican style that nods heavily to the masterful Scientist “Curse of the Vampires” era dubs from Channel One Studio. The riddim is the basis for several Subatomic Sound System tunes including “Our Father, Our King (Middle East dub)” (based on the traditional tune Avinu Malkeinu) and their relick of the big tune by The Police “Walking on The Moon”, both of which are incorporated in this version. Amon of Analog Players Society is on percussion & Rhiannon on vocals.
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