7 Mixes in 7 Days: Dub 10s

For the 4th mix in my #7MixesIn7Days series I thought I’d rewind the clock back to the days when I first started DJing and collecting records by playing a Happy Hardcore set.
Back in the mid-late 90s when I was first starting to get really into DJing I would take the train every Saturday down to Slammin Vinyl in Kingston and Elite Records in Vauxhall hunting for the freshest Hardcore white labels to play on my Addiction FM (and then Eruption FM) show. This mix includes some of the records that I bought in my very first visits to Slammin, like the Vinylgroover & Trixxy track and Dr Who’s Love of My Life. Hard to believe these tracks are 20 odd years old!
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Mixman Dub Section – Kings House Dub
Aisha & Dub Revolutionaries – Glorify His Name Dub
King Earthquake – African Dub
Henry & Louis – Answer (Ras Stryka Dread Remix)
Mundo – Still Stand Rasta
King Earthquake – Strong Dub
Mad Professor & Dub Revolutionaries – FFwd to Dubwise
Mixman Dub Section – Kings House Dub II

For more on this mix series go here: http://www.whistla.com/2015/10/02/7-mixes-in-7-days/

That Time Rockaway Left A Bunch Of Tunes At My House

Rockaway left a bunch of tunes at my house this week so I obviously had to give them a spin!

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Vaughn Benjamin (Midnite) & Lutan Fyah – Stay With His Majesty (Dub Version)
Keety Roots – Rastafari Dub
Sista Eherta – Jah Rastafari (Dub Mix)
Keety Roots – Foundations Dub
Reggae On Top Allstars – Stomp It Dub 3
Reggae On Top Allstars – Son’s & Daughter’s Dub
Barry Issac – Noh Kill No Dub
Gussie P All Roots – Jah Desciple Dub
Mafia & Fluxy / Mark & G P – Tomorrow Dub