Friday, June 24, 2011


During the last couple of months I have listened to a lot of reggae (in particular The Meditators from South Africa) and I thought it would be appropriate to post some songs that derive from the reggae genre in what is known as dub. Furthermore, I have added two dubstep songs although they really aren't as hard as most dubstep songs. Sit back and enjoy these songs. They are the absolute best to relax to.


Alborosie - Herbalist (Numa Crew Remix)

Alborosie is a relatively famous reggae artist. Radikal Guru remixed his song Kingston Town and it is probably one of my favorite songs. I have however posted it in a previous post. This song above gets seriously irie at round about the two minute mark!

The Scientist - You Are No Good (Radikal Guru Remix)
Radikal Guru - Dread Commandments

Radikal Guru is one of my favorite artists. He is actually from Poland but makes some absolute killer tracks. I reccomend listening to Dread Commandments first if you're sceptical and then try You Are No Good. Love them both!!


Damian Marley - It Was Written (Chasing Shadows Dubstep Remix)

It seems Marley has to fit in any post related to reggae in some way. And any Marley for that matter. The track above by Damian Marley is great in its original form but what an awesome remix.

Sukh Knight - Ganja Dub 

Finally, I have added Ganja Dub because I love the vocals in the song and it could fit into a set pretty nicely.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

T's & C's Do Apply!

So my discovery of this month has to be Tits & Clits...That sounds too weird. All sexual innuendo aside, if you want to hear music that will keep you dancing till you collapse, then it is Tits & Clits.  These two Hungarians are busting out some serious party starters and I guarantee that they won't disappoint. Other than that, I have added in some other tracks that have been frequenting my playlists as well.

B-Roc Of The Knocks - There's Something About Us Under The Sheets (Ellie Goulding vs. Daft Punk)

The track above is a standalone because it is the only song in this post that is downtempo but you cannot go wrong with the funky beats of Daft Punk and the mesmerising voice of Ellie Goulding. Trust me on this one.

PNAU - Embrace Ft. Ladyhawke (Tits & Clits Remix) 
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads Will Roll (Digiraatii Dance Till You're Dead Remix)
Parov Stellar - Booty Swing (Tits & Clits Remix) 
Mord Fustang - Lick The Rainbow
Lucrecia Protellor - Transylvanian Emperor (Tits & Clits Remix)

Okay people. Listen to all these ones above because they are really good. My next post will be on dub (without the step). For now listen to Radikal Guru for an idea of what's to come.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Plain And Simple But Oh So Brilliant!

I first heard of Ratatat when I listened to Kid Cudi's Pursuit Of Happiness. The song featured the instrumental genious of this electronic duo and since then, I cannot stop listening to their tracks. It's not everyone's cup of tea but if you give it time, like a fine wine, it will grow on you.*
*Your experience may differ. T & C's apply.

Ratatat - Drugs
Ratatat - Loud Pipes
Ratatat - Seventeen Years
Ratatat - Lex

My next post will be another list of bangers I have collected over these last few weeks. Should be good one!