Dub Boy
Oct 2007 Reggae/Dancehall Mix
Posted by jeremy vineyard
on 27 October 2007 (15:54:20)
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Bristol's Dub Boy mixes up the reggae and dancehall flavours for Spannered
Bristol and bass music have been happy bedfellows for a long, long time, but in recent years a new wave of producers, promoters and DJs have been properly shaking up the city's clubs, pubs, bars and warehouses, throwing traditional dub, reggae and dancehall flavours into the hotpot alongside dubstep, grime, ragga, breakcore and jungle — crews such as P.R.A.N.K., Dissident, Heatwave and Hench, and events such as Subloaded, Dubloaded, Toxic Dancehall and Ruffnek Diskotek, to name a few.

Dub Boy, aka Tim Rayner, is one of the driving forces behind Ruffnek Diskotek — a regular fixture about town that sticks doggedly to its mantra of supplying 'riddim and bass to wind up yuh waist', roping in many of the scene's biggest names and all the best local acts to ensure the job gets done properly. Tim's quite a selector, having played alongside luminaries ranging from David Rodigan and Digital Mystikz to Klute and Congo Natty. He recently sent over this brand new 38-track reggae and dancehall mix to Spannered, which we're sure you'll agree is an absolute stonker.

 The next Ruffnek Discotek takes place at The Croft, Bristol on Friday 2 November, with guests including Benga (Big Apple), Rossi B and Toddla T.
 
Tracklisting: 
  • Collie Buddz — Blind To You (Black Chiney)
  • Anthony Cruz — Lose Dem Head (Juke Boxx)
  • Tanya Stephens — Let It Go Girl (Juke Boxx)
  • Lady Saw — Good Men(Juke Boxx)
  • Fantan Mojah — Jah Time (Juke Boxx)
  • Chuck Fender — Gash Dem (Juke Boxx)
  • Perfect — One Life (Irie Ites)
  • Sizzla – Show More Love (Irie Ites)
  • Lutan Fyah — A Lie (Irie Ities)
  • Fantan Mojah — So Many Problems In The World (Irie Ites)
  • Turbulence & Spectacular — High Grade (Irie Ites)
  • YT— No Sandweed (Sativa)
  • Daville — Blaze The Chalice (Maximum Sound)
  • Burro Banton — Man Guinep (Maximum Sound)
  • Ward 21 —– Ain’t No Fun (Maximum Sound)
  • Shaggy, Red Fox & Screechie Dan — Girls Like (Massive B)
  • Collie Buddz — What Ive Been Searching For (Massive B)
  • Ill Inspector — Come Fight We (Massive B)
  • Chezidek — Me Nah Run (Massive B)
  • Movado — Dying (Daseca)
  • Junior Reid — Stop Dip The Youths Them (JR Productions)
  • Singer Blue — If I Know Jah
  • Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry — Blackboard Jungle Dub (Clocktower)
  • Alborosie — Holy Mount Zion (Maximum Sound)
  • Chezidek — ? (Maximum Sound)
  • Sizzla — Africa Prepare (Maximum Sound)
  • Garisson Hawk — Gangster Roll (Marathon)
  • Michael Rose — Jah Glory (African Star)
  • Capleton — City Lock (African Star)
  • Sizzla — Sing Mi Song African Star)
  • Africa — Hills and Valley (African Star)
  • Sizzla — Praise Ye Jah (Xterminator)
  • Henry & Louis — How Can A Man (More Rockers)
  • Mala & Alicia Keys Special (White)
  • The Revolutionaries — Kunta Kinte (Pressure Sounds)
  • Alborosie — Guess Who’s Coming (Forward)
  • Pressure — Ghetto Life (Don Corleon)
  • Alborosie — Kingston Town (Forward)


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