Keep on Stepping 5 by Fatty Ghettoblaster

With summer heading back home for the Autumn its seems the perfect time to kick out Volume 5 of some more heavyweight dread jams. its been a year or 2 since the last Stepping mix and that's because i like to supply you with an ital selection of guaranteed Jamrock 12' dubplate action. Some nice rare tracks on this one most in their extended versions so get it downloaded !!!

Tracklisting :

1.Aswad - Dub Charge (12')
2.Blackbeard - Jazzzzdub
3.Scientist - Teeth in my Neck (Version)
4.Dennis Brown - Dont Wanna be No General (12')
5.Johhny Clarke/Jah Shaka - Babylon (12')
6.Peter Broggs - Jah Golden Throne (12')
7.Bunny & Ricky - Bushweed Contrash (Version)
8.Carlton Livingstone - 100 Weight of Collie Weed(12')
9.Aswad - Hey Jah Children(10')
10.Dennis Bovell - Rowing (12')
11.Bullwackies - Reckless Roots Radical (10')
12.Peter Broggs - Vank Out (Version)
13.Black Uhuru - Shine Eye Gal (Version)

The Library Tapes - Moog Trip Vol 1

Contained within the bizarre musty sleeves of labels such as De Wolfe,KPM,Themes International,Sonoton etc. . . is a world where VCS synths, sweaty funk workouts, pastoral electronica, Industrial nightmares and parping brass bands collide like nowhere else. These Lps were created for production use by Radio/TV and its contents were designed to cater for all tastes. Delia Derbyshire and Jon Baker both moonlighted under different names away from the Radiophonic Worksop as did such visionaries as Ron Geesin. but the undisputed heavyweight is Alan Hawkshaw who on a daily basis churned out tracks that are still being sampled to this day. On volume One im presenting the more synthy side of Library LPs ranging from Tangerine Dream hollowness via BOC to Moog goes funk !!!

Tracklisting :

1.Ron Geesin - Land of Mists
2.Eric Peters - Murky Dark
3.Mike Vickers - Tommorow Today
4.Ron Geesin - Song of the Wire
5.Mike Vickers - Night Flight
6.Alan Hawkshaw - Percussion Power
7.Brian Bennett - Getting it Together
8.Jean Jaques Perrey - Passport to the Future
9.Georges Teperino - La Hio

Bandulu mixed by Fatty Ghettoblaster

Years back i came across Bandulu via a early Infonet records compilation with Reload on it and was totally into their dubbed up Detroit flavoured percussive Tech and became a lifelong fan. Me and Soleboy caught them live at tribal gathering in the mid 90's in the Harthouse tent and were blown away with their liveshow. John O'Connell coming from behind the banks of synths and launching into a pure Roots vocal over the top of the pummelling 909 goodness and rooty basslines. So i decided a mix of their finest moments was in order to relive those memories.

Tracklisting :

1.Running Time
4.Changing World
5.Agent Jah
7.New Foundation
8.Original Scientist
11.Phaze In Remix