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za 15/11 15 Years Turntable Dubbers

  • Deuren 23u
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15 Years Turntable Dubbers
Birthday bash? Birthday BASS!

De Turntable Dubbers staan 15 jaar in the game. Vijftien jaar waarin hiphop, reggae, drum'n'bass, moombahton, trap, tropical beats en alles waar vibes en sunshine in zit door elkaar worden gemixt. Top party DJ's, mash-up kings, remixers, producers, ... Vibe is music!

15 jaar Turntable Dubbers: een one time only massive birthday-bass-bash in Petrol, met de Dubbers zelf én een hele bende Dubbers friends waarmee een dijk van een line-up is samengesteld:



Dub Phizix & MC Strategy (UK)
Million Stylez (SE, live)
Turntable Dubbers
Murdock
Civilizee
Laston & Geo
Soul Shakers
Radical Crew

Special Guests:
Halve Neuro
Rupelsoldaten
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za 13/10 Skreamizm

  • Deuren 22u
  • VVK €12
  • KASSA €16

Tickets Fnac Petrol

Skreamizm
Skreamizmlondon.com : The Skreamizm night will take a back-to-basics approach: a dark room, a massive soundsystem, an extended set, and a focus firmly on the music. Rather than staying in one place, Skream explains, they'll find him taking the crowd on a tour through the music he loves.
"It'll be everything I want everyone to like," he smiles. "It's all about people going out, actually zoning in, and actually becoming at one with the music."


Een avond in het teken van dubstep en de invloed ervan op de nieuwste sounds van vandaag en morgen.





Skream, godfather die verder kijkt dan zijn dubstepneus lang is, komt met zijn vaste MC Sgt Pokes naar Petrol.

Youandewan (hit: 1988) wordt op Beatport in alle vakjes tegelijk gestopt: minimal, tech house, deep house, house, techno, chill out en dubstep. Releaste op Magic Bag, Disfigured Dubz en Lo:Rise.

Dismantle lanceert zijn tunes via Digital Soundboy, Wheel & Deal, Black Gold, Gangoon Dubz, Terrain en Biscuit Factory. Energieke electronica, dubstep en een streep drum'n'bass.

Gullfisk is de nieuwe Belgische bass belofte. Speelde oa op 10 Days Off en releaste op labels in San Francisco en Schotland. Smooth Bass Music!

goldFFinch: amper twee jaar bezig en al releases op Saigon, Airflex Labs, Numbers en Audio Culture, optredens in London, Berlijn, Utrecht, Brussel, Brighton, 10 Days Off en mixes voor XFM/Mary Anne Hobbs. Brussels duo met 22e eeuwse producties waarin de sfeer van Duitse minimal samenkomt met funky Detroit techno, Chicago classics en de meest vernieuwende bass music.


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Lion Paw Movement

Lion Paw Movement
Reggae Roots 'n Dub soundsystem from Antwerp.

Yellowman

Yellowman
Yellowman (Jam) gained wide popularity in the dancehall reggae scene of the 1980s. He brought a salacious, controversial element to his lyrics, and this overtly sexual type of wordplay became known in the reggae music world as "slackness"

Jstar

Jstar
Jstar is een DJ die goed weet om te gaan met verschillende genres en het publiek. Bereid je voor op Drum 'n Bass, Dancehall, Moombahton, Dubstep, Reggae , 60's R&B en nog veel meer.

Adrian Sherwood

Adrian Sherwood
In a career spanning over 30 years, music producer Adrian Sherwood has worked with artists as diverse as Lee Scratch Perry, Primal Scream, Depeche Mode, Asian Dub Foundation, Little Axe and Sinéad O'Connor. He is also the founding father of legendary dub label On-U Sound.

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Reality Souljah's Soundsystem

Reality Souljah's Soundsystem
RealitySoundSystem/RealitySoulJahs...
Voice of the People......
Equality & Justice for All Mankind...
Blessed Love...


Reality Sound System was founded in 1990. Reality SoulJahs in 2005.

Boef & De Gelogeerde Aap

Boef & De Gelogeerde Aap
Het Tilburgse duo Boef en de Gelogeerde Aap gaat verder dan andere rap- en hiphopformaties. Met hun energieke kruising tussen hiphop, dubstep en elektronische muziek krijgen ze de voetjes van de vloer!

Dub Elements

Dub Elements
This dynamic Drum And Bass duo from Spain are considered by many the most versatile and promising DnB producers of their country and have received foreign support from big guys like Audio, Spor and Counterstrike. Since they started in 2007 they've developed their own style, recognizable by a great deal of influences in one single track, including hardcore and breakbeat.

They are signed with the tonesetting label PRSPCT Recordings and have played in Holland, Germany, Bulgaria, Portugal, Slovakia, Italy and Romania.

Noah D

Noah D
Noah D is without doubt one of the top Dubstep producers hailing from the USA. He has been building his reputation in both the Dubstep and Drum n Bass circles since 2003 and is highly regarded on both sides of the Atlantic for his musical output. His latest tune, "Seeeriousss" has been tearing up every dancefloor on every corner of the world and has become a full fledged Dubstep anthem for 2009.

His music has received consistent radio play on many of the UK's biggest radio stations including RinseFM, Kiss and BBC's 1xtra and has been supported worldwide from DJ's such as Skream, Dieselboy, DJ Hype, N-Type, Plastician, Bassnectar, Glitch Mob and Benga just to name a few!

Once behind the decks Noah D brings loads of energy and a diverse blend of beats mixed in a carefully crafted style that is guaranteed to create a memorable experience on the dance floor!

Skream Pokes

Skream    Pokes
Skream is the electronic music producer and DJ Ollie Jones from Croydon, South London. One of dubstep's first and most prominent producers, he is often hailed as the 'ambassador' of the growing genre.

Most famous outside the dubstep community for his crossover hit 'Midnight Request Line' released in 2005 on Tempa, he continues to churn out classics at an amazing rate, including his 'Skreamizm' vinyl series and a self-titled album, both also on the seminal Tempa record label.

As well as releasing bad-boy tunes on other labels such as Big Apple (also the name of the shop where Dubstep was founded by Hatcha, Youngsta, Skream and a select few others) and Tectonic (Bristol resident and long-time dubstep devotee Pinch's label), 2008 marked the launch of Skream's own label 'Disfigured Dubz', introducing new artists such as Kulture and Late.

Meet Skream: Croydon's musical wonderkid. At 15 he discovered making music. Five years later he's changed the course of UK urban music, having helped build the foundations of London's most exciting new musical style, dubstep. But he's barely started yet: because right now, Skream is an artist on fire.

Skream's story begins in Croydon, in secondary school year 11. He wasn't getting on with teachers and they weren't getting on with him: but he was getting on with his music. But two friendships cemented then would start him onto the path to musical success.

Gregory Isaacs

Gregory Isaacs
Gregory Isaacs is a Reggae singer/songwriter, born Gregory Anthony Isaacs on 15 July 1950 in Fletchers Land, Kingston, Jamaica, and is known as "The Cool Ruler" for his seductive crooning vocal style. Gregory attributes his greatest musical influences to R&B greats Sam Cooke and Percy Sledge, in addition to Delroy Wilson, Alton Ellis and Ken Boothe. In the late 1960's, Gregory first performed in a vocal trio called The Concords, after being encouraged by Byron Lee; but 1970 the group had split up and the singer songwriter would form his own imprint, African Museum. In the late 1970s, he emerged as one of the most prolific and popular recording artists in Jamaica. He released a number of self-produced singles on his own African Museum (JA) label with Errol Dunkley. Much of Isaacs' output reflected the 'conscious' themes of Roots Reggae, but Isaacs was equally adept at interpreting more mainstream Lovers Rock material. Early hits include "My Only Lover", "Sinner Man" and "Mr. Cop", recorded at Lee Perry's Black Ark Studio. A period in the 1970s with the GG's label and its producer Alvin Ranglin produced hits like "Border" and "Number One". Personal problems affected him, particularly battles with a cocaine addiction and possession charge; which prevented him from touring in North America for a significant part of his career, until a pardon could eventually be secured.

Tsunami Wazahari

Tsunami Wazahari

Don Carlos

Don Carlos
De Jamaicaanse reggaezanger Don Carlos draait al meer dan veertig jaar mee. In 1965 zette hij zijn eerste stappen op het rood-geel-groene reggaepad als solozanger, maar zijn carrière nam pas echt een vlucht toen hij in 1973 het trio Black Uhuru vormde. Carlos had een groot aandeel in de productie van het legendarische Black Uhuru-album Love Crisis, later heruitgebracht als Black Sounds Of Freedom. Don Carlos besloot verrassenderwijs na 3 jaar om uit deze band te stappen en een solo-carriere op te starten.

Het zou echter tot in 1981 duren voor zijn echte doorbraak kwam met het heavy roots & culture album getiteld 'Suffering'.
Daarna ging het snel, de albums volgden elkaar in rap tempo op waarvan 'Harvest Time', 'Day to Day Living' en 'Them Never Know Natty Dread Have Him Credential', toch wel de bekendsten zijn. In de jaren daarna bleef de reputatie van Don Carlos maar groeien, tot aan de reunie van Black Uhuru begin jaren '90 toe.

Max Romeo

Max Romeo
Max Romeo (born Maxwell Livingston Smith, 22 November 1947, St. D'Acre, St. James, Jamaica), is a reggae and roots reggae recording artist who has achieved chart success in his home country, and in the UK. The singer who put the rude in rude boy, Max Romeo was responsible for launching an entirely new sub-genre of reggae, whose overtly suggestive lyrics caused an outcry but took a massive hold of the music scene regardless. Yet innuendo was the least of the singer's stylings, previous to the release of his infamous "Wet Dream," Romeo had garnered a string of sweet hits with the vocal trio the Emotions. And once the nocturnal naughtiness faded, the singer established himself as one of the most important figures in the roots scene. He left home at the age of 14 and worked on a sugar plantation outside Clarendon, cleaning out irrigation ditches, before winning a local talent competition when he was 18; prompting a move to the capital, Kingston, in order to achieve a successful musical career. In 1965 he joined up with Kenneth Knight and Lloyd Shakespeare in The Emotions, whilst also working as a record plugger for Ken Lack's Caltone label. The group were unsuccessful in auditions for other producers, but Lack offered them an audition after overhearing Smith singing to himself as he worked one day. In 1966, the group had their first hit, with the Lack-produced, "(Buy You) A Rainbow". The Emotions went on to have several hit singles and by 1968, the singer, by this point known as Max Romeo, felt confident enough to launch a solo career. Working with producer Bunny Lee, the young star recorded a number of pop songs, mainly love ballads, but they failed to be popular and so he returned to The Emotions, now recording for Phil Pratt. During this time he began work as a sales representative for Bunny Lee and did some recording with The Hippy Boys, which would later became The Upsetters. Later on in 1968, Romeo wrote new lyrics for the rhythm track of Derrick Morgan's "Hold You Jack" and handed them over to Lee. Morgan, who was due to add his vocals to the track, ultimately gave it a miss, as did several other vocalists (including John Holt and Slim Smith), leading the producer to turn to Romeo to sing the lyrics he had written. The result, "Wet Dream", was an instant hit in Jamaica, although in the UK it was met with a BBC Radio ban, despite Romeo's somewhat-disingenuous claim that the song was actually about a roof that has a leak. Still, the ban only made it more popular and the single charted in the Top Ten, in the UK Singles Chart, spending almost six months therein, before featuring on his LP, A Dream, which included several follow-up singles in a similar vein, such as "Mini Skirt Version", "Fish in the Pot", "Belly Woman", and "Wine Her Goosie".[1] A UK tour also met with Romeo being banned from performing at several venues, although many allowed him to play, the singer staying in the UK for eighteen months. In 1970, Romeo returned to Jamaica and set-up Romax, an unsuccessful record label and sound system. Following which, he recorded several singles, mainly with old producer Bunny Lee, before going on to work a host of other producers including Niney Holness. This was followed by a period of which saw the release of a series of politically charged singles, most advocating the democratic socialist People's National Party (PNP), which chose his song, "Let The Power Fall On I", as their campaign theme for the 1972 Jamaican general election. Romeo joined the PNP Musical Bandwagon, travelling around Jamaica, playing on the back of a truck. After this, Romeo recorded a number of religious songs, until he worked with producer Lee "Scratch" Perry, producing the classic singles "Three Blind Mice" (an adaptation of the nursery rhyme with lyrics about a police raid on a party), "Sipple Out Deh", and "I Chase the Devil". A remixed version of "Sipple Out Deh", entitled "War Ina Babylon", was another popular track in the UK, the first fruits of his deal with Island Records, and was followed by an album of the same name, and a follow-up single "One Step Forward". Shortly after this the pair fell out, leaving Romeo to self-produce his follow-up album, Reconstruction, which could not match the success of its predecessor. Perry's animosity towards Romeo was demonstrated by his single "White Belly Rat", with Perry also writing the word 'Judas' over a photograph of Romeo on the wall of his Black Ark studio. He moved to New York City in 1978, where he co-wrote (with Hair producer Michael Butler) the musical, Reggae, which he also starred in. In 1980 he appeared as a backing vocalist on "Dance" on The Rolling Stones album Emotional Rescue. In 1981, the favour was returned when Keith Richards (of The Rolling Stones) co-produced and played on Romeo's album, Holding Out My Love to You. The rest of his output during the decade went practically unnoticed, with Romeo finding work at a New York electronics store. He returned to Jamaica in 1990, and began touring and recording more regularly. He visited the UK again in 1992, recording the albums Far I Captain of My Ship and Our Rights with Jah Shaka. In 1995 he recorded Cross of the Gun with Tappa Zukie, and he joined up with UK rhythm section/production team Mafia & Fluxy in 1999 for the album Selassie I Forever. His music has been sampled by other artists; The Prodigy sampled his track "I Chase the Devil" for their 1992 UK Top Ten hit "Out of Space". Kanye West has also used samples from it to produce Jay-Z's hit song "Lucifer", which appeared on Jay-Z's 2003 release - The Black Album. "I Chase the Devil" is featured on the reggae radio station K-JAH Radio West in a popular videogame Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, released in October 2004. Romeo's single "Sipple Out Deh" appeared in John Peel's Record Box. - Albums: A Dream (1970) Trojan Let The Power Fall (1972) Dynamic Revelation Time (1975) Black World War Ina Babylon (1976) Island Reconstruction (1979) Island I Love My Music (1979) Wackies Rondos (1980) King Kong Holding Out My Love to You (1981) Shanachie Transition (1989) Rohit Fari - Captain of My Ship (1992) Jah Shaka Our Rights (1992) Jah Shaka Cross or the Gun (1995) Tappa Zukie Selassie I Forever (1999) Mafia & Fluxy Love Message (1999) Warriors Something is Wrong (1999) Warriors In This Time (2001) 3D (Max Romeo & Tribu Acustica) Pocomania Songs (2007) Ariwa Sounds - Compilations: Max Romeo Meets Owen Gray At King Tubby's Studio (1984) Culture Press (with Owen Gray) Max Romeo and the Upsetters (1989) Wet Dream (1993) Crocodisc McCabee Version (1995) Sonic Sounds Open The Iron Gate (1999) Blood & Fire The Many Moods of Max Romeo (1999) Jamaican Gold Pray For Me: The Best of Max Romeo 1967-73 (2000) Trojan Records Perilous Times (2000) Charmax On The Beach (2001) Culture Press The Coming of Jah (2002) Trojan Ultimate Collection (2003) (compiled by David Katz) Holy Zion (2003) Burning Bush Wet Dream: The Best of Max Romeo (2004) Trojan Crazy World of Dub (2005) Jamaican Recordings One of Jamaica's most provocative lyricists, a singer who gave us such enduring songs as 'Chase the Devil' (which was sampled in the song 'Out Of Space' by The Prodigy and the song 'Lucifer' by Jay-Z), 'Public Enemy Number One', 'One Step Forward' and 'Three Blind Mice'. It was Romeo who first introduced Britain to the concept of rude reggae with 'Wet Dream', which, despite a total radio ban, reached number 10 in the UK charts in May 1969. In 1972 Romeo began working with producer Lee "Scratch" Perry. 'Babylon Burning', 'Three Blind Mice' and 'The Coming Of Jah' all maintained his star status in Jamaica between 1972 and 1975. Revelation Time was one of the best albums of 1975, and 1976's War Ina Babylon was hailed by the rock press as an all-time classic reggae album. Two outstanding contributions that will remain classic recordings from the so-called 'golden age' of Jamaican reggae music.

The Abyssinians

The Abyssinians
The Abyssinians are a Jamaican roots reggae group, famous for their close harmonies and promotion of the Rastafari movement in their lyrics. The vocal trio was originally formed in 1969 by Bernard Collins, Donald Manning and Linford Manning. Their most famous songs are "Satta Massagana" and "Y Mas Gan", both of which are delivered partially in the Ethiopian language of Amharic. This language is sacred to Rastafarians as they believe the last Emperor of Ethiopia, Haile Selassie I, to be the Christ in flesh.

Black Uhuru

Black Uhuru
Black Uhuru is a Jamaican reggae band probably best known for their hits "Shine Eye Gal", "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," "Sinsemilla," "Solidarity," and "What Is Life?". They were the first group to win a Grammy in the reggae category when it was introduced in 1985. They originally formed as 'Black Sounds Uhuru' (the Kiswahili word for freedom). The first line-up of the group was Garth Dennis, Don Carlos, and Derrick "Duckie" Simpson. The group has undergone several lineup changes: Carlos left, replaced by Michael Rose; then Dennis left to play with The Wailing Souls, and was replaced by Errol Nelson. During this early period, the band's most famous recording is the album entitled Love Crisis, later rereleased as Black Sounds Of Freedom. In 1979 the group was joined by Sandra "Puma" Jones, a social worker from North Carolina, USA. Under this lineup, (Rose, Simpson and Jones), with Sly & Robbie as producers (and also permanently employed on drum and bass), they released the band's most popular albums: Sinsemilla, Red, Chill Out, and the Grammy-winning Anthem¹, as well as others. During this period, Black Uhuru became one of the most popular reggae groups in the world, regularly touring with the likes of The Police and The Rolling Stones. Live 1984 (a concert at the Rockpalast in Germany, but was actually recorded on October 18, 1981) captures the band at the height of its powers. After Rose went solo in 1985, Junior Reid joined for a few records and also left; Puma Jones left in 1987 (and died of cancer three years later, in 1990). In 1990, Simpson reunited with Dennis and Carlos in the original line-up of the group. They recorded several albums and toured extensively. By the end of the 90's, Dennis and Carlos left the band and fought a legal battle against Simpson over the name Black Uhuru. Simpson won the lawsuit and formed yet another incarnation of Black Uhuru with Andrew Bees as lead singer. Only one album, Dynasty, was released before Bees left the group. In February 2004, it was announced in the Jamaican press that Simpson and Michael Rose had re-united under the name "Black Uhuru feat. Michael Rose". Together with a female backing singer named Kay Starr, they released a single, "Dollars" and performed at several concerts including "Western Consciousness 2004" on April 28 in Jamaica, of which a live video was released shortly thereafter. A new album has been reported to be in progress. == Discography == '''Group: Derrick "Duckie" Simpson, Michael Rose, Errol "Tarzan" Nelson''' *1977 - '''Love Crisis''' *1981 - '''Black Sounds of Freedom''' ("Love Crisis" reedition) '''Group: Derrick "Duckie" Simpson, Michael Rose, Sandra "Puma" Jones''' *1979 - '''Showcase''' *1980 - '''Black Uhuru''' *1980 - '''Sinsemilia''' *1981 - '''Red''' *1982 - '''Chill Out''' *1983 - '''Guess Who's Coming To Dinner''' ("Black Uhuru" reedition) *1983 - '''Anthem''' '''Group: Derrick Simpson, Delroy "Junior" Reid, Sandra "Puma" Jones''' *1986 - '''Brutal''' *1987 - '''Positive''' (Puma Jones replaced Olafunke) '''Group: Derrick "Duckie" Simpson, Garth Dennis, Don Carlos''' *1990 - '''Now''' *1991 - '''Iron Storm''' *1993 - '''Mystical truth''' *1994 - '''Strongg''' '''Group: Derrick "Duckie" Simpson, Jenifah Nyah, Andrew Bees''' *1998 - '''Unification''' *2001 - '''Dynasty''' '''Live / Dub albums:''' *1982 - '''Uhuru in Dub''' *1982 - '''Tear It Up - Live''' (album and video) *1983 - '''The Dub Factor''' *1986 - '''Brutal Dub''' *1987 - '''The Positive Dub''' *1988 - '''Live''' *1988 - '''Live In New York City''' *1990 - '''Now Dub''' *1990 - '''Love Dub''' ("Uhuru In Dub" reedition) *1992 - '''Iron Storm Dub''' *1993 - '''Mystical Truth Dub''' *1994 - '''Strongg Dubb''' *2000 - '''Live 1984''' *2001 - '''In Dub''' *2001 - '''Dubbin'It Live''' (summer 2001, at Paléo Festival)

Le Peuple De Herbe

Le Peuple De Herbe
A group from Lyon, France, with a very original sound, made by mixing hip hop, d'n'b, rock, dub, jungle, jazz, trip hop. They are famous for their hypnotising live acts.
After 2 albums "triple 000 " and "P.H. Test Two" ( 100 000 copies together), Le Peuple de l'Herbe came back in early 2005 with their much awaited third album "Cube". This is their first work featuring British rapper JC001 as full band member, after prior collaborations as MC and with his former band UK Apache. A new evolution for a band created by 2 hip hop and jungle oriented DJ's, later joined by a trumpet player and a rock drummer for a more organic sound.
Using their live experience ( more than 300 gigs all over Europe in 5 years), it's in their own studio - The Supadope factory in Lyon (France) - that they recorded "Cube". Their latest album was released November 2006 and is called "Radio Blood Money". Combining their passion for hip-hop, electro, dub and rock, the music of " Le Peuple" reaches a new dimension mixing high energy, distinc grooves, unconventional melodies, elegance and thier legendary fun and party attitude.

Natural Mystic

Natural Mystic

ISRAEL VIBRATION

ISRAEL VIBRATION
Israel Vibration is a reggae harmony trio, originating from Kingston, Jamaica. Lascelle "Wiss" Bulgin, Albert "Apple Gabriel" Craig, and Cecil "Skeleton" Spence all overcame adversity in the form of childhood polio and went on to be one of the most successful roots groups to form in Jamaica in the late 1970s. The trio initially met at a rehabilitation center. After going their separate ways, and each converting to the Rastafari movement, they reunited in Kingston and formed a vocal group. Funding for their first album came in the form of a grant from the Twelve Tribes of Israel branch of Rastafari after Hugh Booth, a member of the Twelve Tribes, had overheard the three men singing in a wooded area outside Kingston. Apple and Wiss were living in the area, which they had converted into a home. Israel Vibration recorded three albums; "The Same Song", "Unconquered People", and "Why You So Craven" before temporarily disbanding in 1981 after recording sessions for the latter were left incomplete. The three men moved to the United States to seek professional health care and escape the growing Dancehall movement in Jamaica. In 1988, Gary "Dr. Dread" Himmelfarb, founder of RAS Records, urged the trio to reunite and record an album. Skelly, Apple, and Wiss were flown to Washington, D.C. to record a new album at Lion and Fox Recording Studios. "Strength Of My Life", the group's fourth album and first of 18 CD releases on the RAS label, was met with great praise and is considered one of the few post-golden era touchstones of the roots reggae genre. In 1997, Apple Gabriel left the group to pursue a solo career. Skelly and Wiss continue to record albums and tour the world as Israel Vibration, backed by longtime associates Roots Radics.

Loefah

Loefah
Van alle dubsteppers zijn Loefah's bassen de zwaarste. Zijn releases op DMZ (waar hij 1/3 van vormt) en Tectonic zijn een zegen voor boulimici, en zij die veel zweten bij het dansen hoeven slechts voor de basspeakers te gaan staan. Hij maakt bass, zoals hij zelf zegt. Nuff said, zeggen wij dan.

Kode9

Kode9
Founder of the label Hyperdub and dubstep artist Kode9 often collaborates with mc Spaceape. He is often noted for his Memetic Philosophy on music and sonic culture.

Junior Murvin

Junior Murvin
Junior Murvin (born Murvin Smith Jr. in Port Antonio, circa 1949) is a Jamaican reggae artist. He is best known for the classic single "Police and Thieves", produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry in 1976. Murvin's soaring voice and the infectious rhythm made "Police and Thieves" into an international hit during the summer of 1976. The song was so influential that it was recorded by the punk rock pioneers The Clash on their debut album the following year. His most recent release was a single entitled "Wise Man", released on the London-based Dubwise record label in 1998. For a better biography, go to: http://www.reggae-vibes.com/concert/juniorm/juniormu.htm

U-Roy

U-Roy
U-Roy (born Ewart Beckford September 21, 1942) is a Jamaican musician also known as The Originator and Hugh Roy. He was born in Jones Town, Jamaica. U-Roy's musical career began in 1961 when he began DJing at various sound systems, eventually working with King Tubby. Tubby was then experimenting with his equipment, in the process of inventing dub music. With U-Roy as his most prominent DJ, King Tubby's new sound became extraordinarily popular and U-Roy became a Jamaican celebrity. He recorded Dynamic Fashion Way, his first recording, in 1969 for Keith Hudson and then worked with almost every producer of the island: Lee Perry, Peter Tosh, Bunny Lee, Phil Pratt, Sonia Pottinger, Rupie Edwards, Alvin Ranglin and Lloyd Daley. In 1970, Jamaican singer John Holt became enamoured of U-Roy's technique. Working with Duke Reid, U-Roy's fame grew through a series of singles, including Wake the Town and "Wear You to the Ball". U-Roy's success continued throughout the 1970s, most famously with the album Dread in a Babylon with its iconic picture of him disappearing in a cloud of cannabis smoke while holding an enormous pipe, and a song called Chalice in the Palace, fantasising about smoking with Queen Elizabeth II in Buckingham Palace. He had become one of the island's biggest stars by the early 1980s, also garnering significant acclaim in the United Kingdom. His latest album is 2000's Serious Matter.

Dub Trio

Dub Trio
Dub Trio is a live dub/rock band from Brooklyn, New York.

Dub Trio is made up by DP Holmes (guitar & keyboards) Stu Brooks (bass & keyboards) and Joe Tomino (drums & melodica). With revolutionary combinations of electronic, rock, and jazz, Dub Trio pay homage to King Tubby's original dub style. In the past they have toured with Meat Beat Manifesto and Soulive. They are all sought after session musicians, having recorded with the likes of Bo Bice, G-Unit, Tony Yayo, Mobb Deep, and Macy Gray. Joe Tomino recently recorded an album with The Fugees. DP Holmes can be heard on albums by Mos Def and Common.

In 2005 Dub Trio embarked on their first recorded effort with vocals, exchanging files with Mike Patton. This song, titled "Not Alone", was featured on both Dub Trio's 2006 sophomore record, New Heavy as well as Mike Patton's 2006 album under the artist name Peeping Tom, also accompanying Peeping Tom on tour in 2007.

The Congos

The Congos
The Congos is the reggae vocal trio Ashanti Roy, Cedric "Congo" Myton (both born in 1947) and Watty Burnett. They recorded the classic Heart of the Congos in 1977, produced by Lee Perry at the Black Ark Studio. Cedric Myton had previously worked with Prince Lincoln Thompson.

Lucy Love

Lucy Love
Not to be confused with the Czech porn star, Lucy Love is a rave MC turned electro star in the making from Copenhagen. An apparent lyrical genius, Lucy Love crosses many boundaries with her debut album, Superbillion which dropped February 23, 2009. Found here is a good mesh of grime, electro, reggae, dub and rap. She is also best known for the music video to 'No V.I.P.' which gave her a decent priming to the scene. Recent accomplishments include winning a P3 Gold Award.

Lucy Love plays the crowd like a puppeteer. he little Danish grime princess has got more charisma than a nuclear power plant and the songs to prove so offstage too. Catchy as fuck, but at the same time super hip and underground, with their deep dubstep basses, fat grime beats and M.I.A.-esque raps, full of sneers to the faces of stars and other fakes. "I'm not Beyoncé, Christina or Britney / Unlike them you can't trick me / 'Cos I don't move slowly / I move quickly" ('No V.I.P.').

shackleton

shackleton
Co-ran Skull Disco with Appleblim. Shackleton's unconventional take on big basslines and complex beats doesn't fit into easy categories and that's how it's going to stay. Shackleton has been carving out his own brand of eclecticism on Skull Disco releases so far with intricate, snaking percussion, hypnotic melodies, seriously deep bass lines and dubwise sensibilities. www.skulldisco.com

HORACE ANDY & ASHLEY BEEDLE

HORACE ANDY & ASHLEY BEEDLE
The second in the new "Inspiration Information" studio album series on Strut Records pairs up Studio One reggae legend and Massive Attack collaborator Horace Andy with revered UK producer and remixer Ashley Beedle (X-Press 2 / Ballistic Brothers / Warbox / Black Science Orchestra) for a new and unique soundclash.

sukh knight

sukh knight
Sukh Knight is an asian grime, dubstep & Drum n Bass producer from East London. After being introduced to grime music by Scratcha/DVA, he tried his hand at making grime music flavoured with asian influences. He's a member of the MDK Cartel and has recently linked up with Ges-e, who is giving him a helping hand after hearing some of his dubstep/drum and bass music.

Eek A Mouse

Eek A Mouse
Eek-a-Mouse (born Ripton Hylton November 19, 1957 in Kingston, Jamaica) is one of Jamaica's premier reggae stars. He is responsible for the creation of the reggae sub-genre singjaying. Although now 50 years old, he is still reputed to perform more than 200 shows in a year in America and the West Indies. Born in Kingston, Jamaica as Ripton Hylton, Eek-a-Mouse began his foray into reggae music when he was in college, but did not begin to garner a substantial audience until 1979 with his hit "Once a Virgin". This same year, he changed his singing name to "Eek-a-Mouse", the name of the racehorse he always bet on. In 1981, he cheered up the Reggae Sunsplash Festival, which was still mourning over the death of reggae icon Bob Marley. After this, his fame continued increasing through the year 1982 until 1988, when he released "Eek-A-Nomics", his last full-length CD until 1996. Eek-a-Mouse is a regular at the Jamaican music festival Reggae Sunsplash and often teams up with reggae duo Michigan and Smiley. He has also been featured on Christian rock group P.O.D.'s (Payable on Death) album Satellite, lending his vocals to the rock-reggae track "Ridiculous".

D1

D1
D1 is London based dubstep producer Dwayne Marsh. Son of 90s jungle producer Michael Anthony Marsh. He first appeared on the Tempa's Allstars Vol. 2 with the track "Crack Bong" in 2004. As of 2008, he has released a series of singles and appeared on many compilations, including Rinse Recordings' 'I Love Dubstep'. http://myspace.com/d1dj

N-Type

N-Type
N-Type is a dubstep DJ / producer / label owner who reigns from the deep south UK ( Surrey in-fact ). He has been knocking about on the underground scene for many years. He began mixing drum and bass in the late 90's at the age 14. As music evolved he was highly influenced by darker 2-step garage and began his career presenting an underground chart show on Delight FM with DJ Walsh. He managed two drivetime shows a week, back 2 back with Walsh then later took on a weekend chart show as he established a solo career. He currently presents a popular show on www.Rinse.fm every Sunday nite 11-1am, pushing the freshest Dubstep Dubplates. He has been with Rinse for nearly 2 years now and is now in the process of expanding his show in 2006 with more interveiws, guest mixes and collaberations. His mix compilations were rinsed on radio, which helped him gain recognition and bookings all over England and abroad. He toured many of the london pirate staions and internet stations. Before he came to Rinse FM, he established himself as the main Dubstep DJ/producer on Delight FM and did regular guest shows on loads of other stations. His shows have always concentrated on good vibes and giving the best music and talent the recognition they deserve. He is always up to date with a wide selection of dubs from the finest producers. His attention has now focused on production with his first sell out Track "Square off" hitting record shops in 2005 on Southside Dubstars. He has now signed several tunes to other lables including, Dubpolice, Southside, Tempa and is currently on his second release on his own lable Terrain Records. His tunes have been gaining support from all the big Dj's on the circit and recently had BBC Radio 1 airplay thanks to Mary anne hobbs who made his production "Tolerance" Breezeblock Bomb which is due for release on the Tempa Allsars Ep. He is currently a resident @ the prestigious night in shoreditch FWD>> and Destructive and also one of the DJ's on rotation at the almighty DMZ. He plans to develop his production skills and Expand his label in 2006 and has already negotiated releases with artists such as Benga, Skream, Omen, Ironsoul, Kromestar, Cess, Walsh. note: bio swiped from the man's myspace page

Silkie

Silkie
Dubstep producer and DJ from West London. He released his debut LP City Limits Volume 1 in July 2009 on Deep Medi Musik, a dubstep label run by Mala of Digital Mystikz . He was personally chosen by Mala, along with collaborator Quest, to represent the growing global bass scene in Mary-Anne Hobbs live mix showcase Generation Bass in September 2008 on BBC Radio 1, two-and-a-half years after the seminal Dubstep Warz. It's fair to say the dubstep scene has splintered and refracted into myriad Sub(bass)styles over the last couple of years, but at the epicentre of the scene are a few artists who have maintained the original spirit of the style while alloying it successfully with influences that were always hovering on the edges, but never fully integrated. Silkie is one of those artists who's heated elements of deeper house and synth driven soul around the glowing core of DMZ's bassbins to create one of the lushest fusions in the scene. Boomkat, July 2009.

Tony Tuff

Tony Tuff
Reggae singer Tony Tuff, born Winston Morris in 1955 in Jamaica. He start recording with African Brothers. After group broke up in 1978 he becamed lead singer in Soul Sydicate, also recorded some solo projects. His gretest hits in 80's released with famous Volcano sound system owned by Henry "Junjo" Laweswas was: "Come Fi Mash It","Nobody But You" and others. In 2001 he relased album "hit & run".

Unitz

Unitz
Krijgt steun binnen de dubstep (Benga, N-type, ...) en daarbuiten (Amon Tobin, FreQ Nasty, Mary Ann Hobbs, ...)

X-ian

X-ian
X-ian really runs a double life. This prolific progressive house dj and innovative DVJ artist is well known in the club scene for doing his well appreciated DJ / DVJ performances in most of the Belgian top clubs. Not only is he respected by his mixing skills and excellent record-selection, what a lot of people don't know is that he's the man that made PIONEER ProDJ a success in Belgium. He was one of the product-developers that created the pioneer CDJ-1000. This dj-cd-player became a worldwide success and is now a demand in most dj's technical riders. X-ian will of course perform with the latest DJ-gear technology. Expect the most intense sound experience in harmony with the best 'Progressive Deep House' like X-ian likes to call it

TLP

TLP
De Gentse pornoking en een van dé Vlaamse urban dj's. Mixt reggae, dancehall, hip hop, electro, latin & afro inspired house, booty bass, old school disco, funk en r'n'b classics in een zwoele hete en stomende set. Resident in de Gentse Culture Club sinds het prille begin en nu nog eens op bezoek in Petrol.

COCOA TEA

COCOA TEA
Cocoa Tea (Calvin Scott) born in Rocky Point, Clarendon was one of many vocalists who emerged from the dancehall 'explosion' of the early 80's in Jamaica. His honeyed voice brought him a healthy following with a marvellous vitality and purity of vocal tone. He has recorded with most of the top producers on the island at one time or another and his body of work includes; 'Lost Me Sonia', 'Rocking Dolly', 'Good Life', 'Heathen' and countless others worth checking out. Cocoa Tea (born September 3, 1959 as Calvin George Scott, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae dancehall singer, songwriter, and DJ. He was popular in Jamaica from 1985, but has become successful worldwide only since the 1990s. One of his most famous songs is "Rikers Island", which was later put into a dub version by Nardo Ranks entitled "Me No Like Rikers Island" (featured on Dancehall Reggaespanol) which was released the same year as the original Rikers Island. He also gained fame with the song "18 and Over". He gained notoriety in March 2008 after releasing a song titled "Barack Obama" in support of the U.S. Presidential candidate by the same name.

Solpher

Solpher
being a member of the late Molotov Souls, I started out with rapping at age 16. After a couple of years doing shows and making tracks, I started to focus on dj'ing other genres. I started out with drum 'n bass, but fell in love with dubstep after hearing Midnight Request Line by Skream. Right now, I'm doing shows on www.reload-radio.com , every tuesday from 7 till 9 CET, and battering soundsystems at parties. The tracks in the player are some old tunes, recorded for fun, so i'll keep them online for the nostalgia heads that know! Lately i've been spinning together with Goldorak.