Log in to view your wishlist. Items in wishlist:. Items in cart:. Options Items per page. We first hear the legendary combination of Big Chain, Killa P and Irah provide some high energy bashment vocal lines, before XL touches for a more conventional auto-tune heavy version, perfect for the dance. Following this we hear Mannaro Man run riot over 'Glimmity Glammity', rounding everything off nicely. The End. Da Fuchaman. Jungle Love.
Run Everytime - Numa Crew - Dub Searcher Recordings. He's rolling with the best company as Run Tingz have recruited a crack team of on point craftsmen for him to vibe with: Serial Melodien - Various - McGill University Faculty Of Music: Recent Performances, Isaac Maya, Frisk, Numa Crew, Choppa, Brian Brainstorm join the Run Tingz Cru themselves as Fuchaman brings the consciousness over a menu of gully textures.
Highlights include the stench like bass on "Babylon Falling", the pure fire of the opener "Jungle Love" and the classic horn waves and snaking snares of "Call The Police". A unique and vital album that celebrates fusion at its deepest melting pot roots. The Dub Box Volume 2. Junglist Network's Future Classics Volume 2 unmixed tracks. Lost City. Lost City Meets Liondub International. Liondub International.
Subverting 11 of Liondub's wide-reaching Everytime - Numa Crew - Dub Searcherthe album-sized results are exciting, unique and full of surprises such as the vocalised synth layers on "Control", the rich vocal focus of Bunny General on "Soundwar" and the out-and-out badmanisms of "Nuke A Soundboy".
A really interesting remix concept that works just as well as whole as it does as a collection of serious floor-firers. Numa Crew. Numa Crew LP Sampler. First off, dancehall legend Mr. Lexx comes correct with a heavy vocal delivery on the high-powered "Kill the Whole a Dem". Proper bashment beats and legendary vocal style make this one a solid pick for dancehall reggae DJs everywhere. X" leads off with pitched strings and digitised melodies that become quickly surrounded by heavy sub pressure.
High Everytime - Numa Crew - Dub Searcher , low-end sounds. New Underground Massive Alliance. As pioneers of the scene in Italy, their sound explores all aspects of global bass music including reggae, dubstep, jungle, and hip hop. New Underground Massive Alliance bursts out of the gates as a take-no-prisoners affair, rolling rugged Coki-style bass grunge, burning dancehall, proper jungle, and a slew of vocal guests including Mellow Mood, MC Kwality, Kg Man and more into a high-potency herbal cocktail for the global bass music massive.
Mellow to dirty, sweet to breakneck, this is a collection for the true heads. As far as remix packages go, they don't get much heftier. Music Sweetness. An original within the jungle scene, Numa Crew combine the talents and sounds of all the producers and DJs within their reach to create the sounds they want Everytime - Numa Crew - Dub Searcher hear. Capturing the energy and flow of jungle's dub roots, a fresher drum and bass sound crashes through with devastating effect.
An intelligent dancefloor-driven take on jungle, it's definitely the sound of the summer. All we need now is the sun. The sharp steppy jump-up of "Bass Hater" gets an added muscular murking from Sub Killaz, a classic jungle roll from Brian Brainstorm and a heads-down growl twist from Samy Nicks. Infama EP. All bass bases covered. Dub Searcher. Moonshine Recordings. Numa Crew have rolled together some serious phat ones for your delectation, created to rumble subs throughout the feel good lands.
With enough oldschool vibes to satisfy the purest of dubstep puritans while adding enough sunshine-soaked melody to create the perfect summer playlist, the whole EP screams instant classic from start to finish. Numa Crew feat MC Kwality. Contrast comes from Kwality's dancehall-style vocals flowing around the sparse drums while getting wrapped into the delay effects that run through the center of the production.
Showcasing two contrasting sides of the Numa Crew on this deadly drop, Liondub is bringing International pressure on the bass scene for Everytime - Numa Crew - Dub Searcher Badboys EP. Everytime - Numa Crew - Dub Searcher we see the well renowned Numa Crew get busy alongside the super catchy vocals of XL Mad on 'Broka', before we jump into the super smooth yet grimey flavours of Hypergrade's 'Cabala'.
We then finish up with the old school junglist twists and turns of 'Old Ravers' from Lapo, wrapping up a very clever four track piece. We Nuh Love Is A Beautiful Song - Kamahl - Love Is A Beautiful Song Talk Explicit.
Moonshine Recordings Presents Steppin' Forward. Uniting artists from all sides of the oceanic dub pool, Steppin' Forward documents bass music and dub culture's furthest, most expansive potential. From Compa's undulating bass wriggles and reverb synth shots on "One Lion" to the heavy, gurgling low-end menace of Violinbwoy's "Echo Park" this is guaranteed to resonate with all sides of the dub spectrum.
Ban This! Vol 1. Future Sound Of Dubstep. Old School Dubstep. Arge Numa Crew - "Whoo!! Steppin' Forward remixed. A throwback to their original Steppin' Forward album Nature Boy - Nat King Cole - For All We Know released March - the Jamaican label have given each contributor the parts to a fellow label mate's tune Never Enough - Toto - Toto In Concert asked them to get creative.
The results are as consistent and progressive as the original. Lost Economies - Vol The blend of legends and innovators alike is present once more, as Visionary pulls together 14 tracks from an all-star cast of producers renowned for pushing forth the reggae-infused jungle sound.
Naturally the highlights come thick and fast, but Bladerunner's fierce "Guidance Dub" and Marcus Visionary's own collab with iconic reggae vocalist Jonny Osbourne, "Lend Me", stand out. Some killer sampling of the classic "Armagideon Time" abounds in this latter cut.
E for essential! Best Sound Vol 1. Arge - "Whoo!! ELA 08 Aug 16 Bass. Echo Ranks - "Warning! Voodoo Rebel Best Of. Funk You Volume Uno. Senegambia Rebel. A decade! It's a crazy achievement and one matched by the craziness of the music they have on offer to celebrate, a four-part journey through their past, present and future. This instalment is all about their past and it's exemplified best by Serum's VIP of Sound The Alarm, a Liondub classic, which Serum has flipped into a characteristically badboy, stabbing little roller.
The vocals float above in a haze of reggae smoke, whilst the beat pulsates below. Awesome stuff. Wickaman Ft. By definition, then, these series' feature plenty of talent from all across the spectrum and time period of the genre. One of our favourite of the 26 cuts is Bou's VIP of Keep Away, a deliciously double-bass infused number that is both funky and heavy, the ideal combination, and he's flipped up the arrangement here with some precisely placed note changes.
There are also features from Vital, Euphonique, Dutta, Marcus Visionary and more, with the overall vibe being one of toughness and power. Top stuff. Tingz Nah Run We Vol 1. See all Downloads. See all Genre. See all Label. See all Release Date. See all Featured. See all Release Title. See all BPM. We are always looking for ways of improving Juno Download - if you have any ideas about how we can make it better, please let us know.
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