Although he doesn't often get the same level of attention and critical acclaim that fellow Jamaican producers like Lee "Scratch" Perry receive, Bunny "Striker" Lee was every bit as influential, particularly on the dub scene, where his output was so generous that labels were created to handle it, including Jackpot Records, formed in the 1970s by Trojan Records to provide a conduit for Lee's dub cuts. This fine archival set gathers some of the best and most interesting of these sides, all of which were created and originally released between 1974 and 1976.
Grouch is New Zealand born producer Oscar Allison. born and raised in the breathtaking surrounds of Aotearoa in New Zealand. Experimenting with electronic music since the late 90’s, testing the waters of Dub, Hip Hop and Drum and Bass before discovering a talent for more Dance orientated productions. Grouch’s more recent years led him to spend extended periods touring all around the Globe.
Celt Islam uses a fusion of music from Dub/Electro/Drum and Bass and collaborates it with Islamic/world grooves to create a unique and mighty Dub driven dance crossover sound. Celt Islam creates music in quite a diverse range of styles and genres. He produces Sufi inspired Global Grooves to create a sometimes Meditative Dub that transfixes everybody who comes across it, to Electro-Dub driven Drum and Bass to satisfy the dance world.
It is an honor to announce that we will be releasing mouse on the keys' new album Tres on May 23rd! We were fortunate enough to work with them on their Out of Body EP and a split with LITE, and we're so happy to keep this train rolling. Over the past 12 years, mouse on the keys has cultivated an entire genre unto themselves by blurring the lines between jazz, funk, post‐rock, and electronic music. Their unique sound includes two pianos, two keyboards and drums, and they continue to stand at the forefront of the Japanese music scene. Fans of LITE and Giraffes? Giraffes!, take note! Tres will be released on 12" vinyl, CD, and digitally May 23rd.