Format: 2 x LP
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Kevin Martin (aka The Bug) and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records) have collaborated on a unique project bringing together new, exclusive and in-demand cutting-edge digital music by electronic futurists such Harmonic 313, Diplo, Roots Manuva, South Rakkas Crew and The Bug alongside music from the pioneering electronic scientific dub and radical producers of the Jamaican digital dancehall revolution in music - King Jammy, Steely and Clevie, Sly Dunbar, Prince Jazzbo, King Tubby, Dave Kelly, Firehouse Crew and many more.
Like the music of The Bug himself (whose seminal ‘London Zoo’ album is an apocalyptic mixture of dancehall, dubstep and grime), the new digital producers featured here all create work that is contemporary (whether dubstep, acid, hip-hop, electronic) and yet linked in some way back to Jamaican dancehall - especially the new digital styles that exploded out of Kingston in the 1980s with King Jammy’s revolutionary computer-based sounds.
Producer King Jammy learnt his trade under the greatest of all dub producers King Tubby, and this music constantly references back to the origins of dub - but whereas Tubby’s revolution used echo-chambers and analogue tape-splicing, the Jamaican producers featured here were the first to use and embrace computer technology.The double album comes complete with a limited-edition graphic novel by Italian comic book designer Paolo Parisi (whose books include subjects as diverse as John Coltrane and Chernobyl). This specially commissioned graphic novel is a science-fiction vision of the future of digital music, featuring King Tubby, Steely and Clevie, Jammy, Jazzbo, complete with Alien Sound Lord Abductors, Aural Freedom Fighters and Digi-Dub Voyagers!
Invasion of the Killer Mysteron Sounds brings together the most exciting electronic producers in Jamaica with current sound artists in the UK and beyond who all create music based on revolutionary sounds in 3D – Dancehall, Digital and Dub.
|1||Steely & Clevie — Street Sweeper||Add to Playlist||Play|
|2||Redrose — Now Thing||N/A|
|3||Roots Manuva — Doogoo Dub||N/A|
|4||Dave Kelly — The Return||Add to Playlist||Play|
|5||Harvel 'Gadaffi' Hart — Summer Bounce||N/A|
|6||Max Glaser — Flatlands Dub||N/A|
|7||Steven 'Lenky' Marsden — Diwali||Add to Playlist||Play|
|8||Matt Shadetek — Yoga Rhythm||N/A|
|9||Stereotyp — Alleycat||N/A|
|10||Da Grynch And Tippa Irie — Agony||Add to Playlist||Play|
|11||Fresh Ear Productions — Hummer||N/A|
|12||Diplo — Diplo Rhythm||N/A|
|13||Mark Pritchard — Bazooka Riddim||Add to Playlist||Play|
|14||Marlon Williams — Pitbull||N/A|
|15||Redlight — MDMA||N/A|
|16||The Bug — Aktion||Add to Playlist||Play|
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