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VA - Glitterbeat: Dubs & Versions I (2014)

17-10-2014, 07:44
Reggae | Electronic

VA - Glitterbeat: Dubs & Versions I (2014)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Glitterbeat: Dubs & Versions I
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Glitterbeat Records
Genre: Reggae, Dub, Electronic, World
Quality: Mp3, 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:45:00
Total Size: 105 Mb


01. Dennis Bovell - Aye Go Mila Dubwize
02. Mark Ernestus & Ben Zabo - Danna Dubwise
03. Schneider Tm - Be Ki Don (Cockpit Dub)
04. Nozinja - Tamala (Nozinja Version)
05. Harmonious Thelonious - Danna (Healing Remix)
06. Dennis Bovell - Itous Dubwize
07. Larry Achiampong - Back Talk
08. Mark Ernestus & Ben Zabo - Wari Vo Dubwise
09. Mark Stewart - Smokin’ Bowl (Redemption Remix)
10. Studio Zuma - Na Yafa (Tamana Dub)

Glitterbeat Records describe themselves as a label for ‘vibrant global sounds’, predominantly working with Malian artists and forming collaborations that spread across the world. Their latest release is a very personal project for co-owners Chris Eckman & Peter Weber. A special remix catalogue of previous Glitterbeat releases, they’ve sought help from artists and producers who fill up their own record collections and for whom they hold a personal admiration. This includes post-punk legend Mark Stewart, the Shangaan king Nozinja, dubmaster Dennis Bovell and Berlin producer Mark Ernestus.
Glitterbeat explains their project as an amalgamation of traditional Malian and African music with the electronic sound. With the recent rise of hip-hop, sampling and remixing has become a more dominant part of the Malian music; indeed, the dominant urban sound in Mali is currently ‘Balani’, a variant of dancehall which is steeped in electronic beats and samples. Reggae also plays a fundamental role in contemporary Malian music, so it is appropriate the compilation should open with with Barbados-born, London-bred, reggae guitarist and producer, Dennis Bovell. With its mandolin like flutters and twanging guitar melodies, it starts off the compilation with a intriguing and commanding sound.

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