Perry's time in London in the 80ies also resulted in Time Boom X De Devil Dead,(source: http://www.trouserpress.com/entry.php?a=lee_scratch_perry)
a collaboration with British dubmeister Adrian Sherwood.
Influenced by Perry in the past, co-producer Adrian Sherwood provides a steadying hand,
so the music is consistent, even if Perry's personality — he does all the singing — seems restrained.
While perhaps lacking the eccentric edge of Perry's own work, the album is still weird and wonderful,
a sample of some of the best avant-garde groove music being made today.
The Dubnology compilation is a two-disc, 21-track collection of spacy late-'90s electronic dub, heavy on the bass, demonstrating that the music has become more techno-influenced and reliant on electronics and technology. Highlights include tracks by System7, Loop Guru, Zion Train, Meat Beat Manifesto, and Banco de Gaia; the booklet includes biographies and photos of all the artists.
Soul Jazz Records are releasing this Limited Edition one-off pressing of Studio One Dub Plate Special 7" Box Set. An exclusive Record Store Day collectors 7” box set featuring 10 amazing unreleased Studio One tracks, only ever released as extremely limited edition hand-etched one-sided dubplates (most of these sold out in less than 2 hours!).
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.