This irregular spin-off podcast from Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio is the place to cram your ears with 1 hour of deep, heavy, face-melting DUB from 1970s Jamaica. We pay close attention this time, on HEMORRHAGE IN DUB #4, to recent reissues on Pressure Sounds, Jamaican Recordings and Dub Store Records, and after doing the math, it’s come to our conclusion that King Tubby had a hand in over half of the tracks you’ll be listening to this time.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course. Get a full handle on some of the most intense 70s dub of all time by pressing play, or by downloading this one now.
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JOHNNY CLARKE & THE AGGROVATORS – A Ruffer Version
TAPPA ZUKIE – Population Dub
LINVAL THOMPSON – Africa Love Dub
REVOLUTIONARIES – Cell Block Dub
OSSIE ALL-STARS – Leggo Dub
ERROL BROWN – Orthodox Dub
IMPACT ALL-STARS – Maro
JOHNNY CLARKE/KING TUBBY – Skanking With Pablo
AUGUSTUS PABLO – 1 Ruthland Close
THE AGGROVATORS/KING TUBBY – Channel Get Knockout
SKIN FLESH & BONES – Dub to the Vein
MORWELL UNLIMITED & KING TUBBY – John Bull
GG ALL-STARS – Let Me Dub
AFRICAN HEAD CHARGE – Crocodile Hand Luggage
YABBY YOU & THE PROPHETS – Life Money Version
Here’s the next of an occasional step sideways into the heavy, reverbed-out triposphere of 1970s Jamaican dub. HEMORRHAGE IN DUB #3 even contains a 2016 recording this time around, in addition to some new reissues and other deep cuts from the land and time of dub plenty.
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YABBY YOU & THE PROPHETS – Beware Dub
TIPPA LEE – Original Cassette
KING TUBBY & THE AGGROVATORS – Higher Ranking
POET & THE ROOTS – Defense Dub
TWINKLE BROTHERS – Free Africa Dub
SCIENTIST – Time Warp
THE GREEN STARS – Effortless Dub
KING TUBBY’S – King at the Controls
BUNNY “STRIKER” LEE – Dub Magnificent
LEE “UPSETTER” PERRY – Cloak & Dagger
CHANNEL ONE – School Days Version
GLENMORE BROWN – Assack Lawn No. 1 Dub
THE AGGROVATORS – Step It Up In Dub
WINSTON EDWARDS – Ronald Biggs The Great Train Robber
HEMORRHAGE IN DUB is Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio’s occasional foray into the heavy and tripped-out world of 1970s Jamaican dub, with as many new reissues as we can collate and gather – along with exceptional brain-erasers from forty years ago.
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This is our 2nd edition, and this is what we played this time:
JIMMY RADWAY/FE ME TIME ALL STARS – Back to Africa
DUB IN BLOOD – Dub in Blood
IMPACT ALL-STARS – Extraordinary Version
BUNNY LEE & THE AGROVATORS – Under Heavy Dub
WACKIES – Nature’s Dub
STUDIO ONE/DUB SPECIALIST – Just Can’t Dub
STUDIO ONE/DUB SPECIALIST – Virgo Dub
MORWELL UNLIMITED & KING TUBBY – Sky Ride
SCIENTIST (JAH LIFE IN DUB) – What You Gonna Do
REVOLUTIONARIES – Earthquake Dub
RUPIE EDWARDS ALL-STARS – Tempo Dub
PRINCE FAR I & THE ARABS – Bass Ace
KING TUBBY – Hot Them King & Scientist
ROCKERS ALL-STARS – Clean Sweep
LINVAL THOMPSON – Long Long Dreadlocks Dub
PRINCE DOUGLAS – Hard Times Dub
A new spin-off phony radio show/podcast from the folks behind Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio – HEMORRHAGE IN DUB. This is the first edition, a little over an hour of intense, heavy, brain erasers from Jamaica and around the planet circa 1970s & early 80s. Our focus is on mixing classics with deep, deep, DEEP cuts snatched from decaying vinyl & dark corners of the internet, all in the name of putting forth the “heaviest” assemblage of dub that’s humanly possible.
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GLEN BROWN & KING TUBBY – Version 78 Style
SCIENTIST (JAH LIFE IN DUB) – Shaolin Dub
DUB SYNDICATE – Hi-Fi Takes A Pounding Pts. 1&2
PRINCE JAMMY – Waterfront Gang War
BARRINGTON LEVY – Looking For My Love Dub
WACKIES – Feel It Dub
TAPPA ZUKIE – Pick Up The Dub
HORACE ANDY – Dub There
PRINCE JAZZBO – It Dread Inna Earth
WINSTON EDWARDS – Gun Court in Red
THE MIGHTY TWO – I Stand Accused
HARRY MUDIE – Full Dose of Dub
RUTS DC & THE MAD PROFESSOR – Pleasures of the Dance
MIKEY DREAD – Resignation Dub
CLIVE JAMES (STEPPING FORWARD IN DUB) – Flute Forward
DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE #2 fanzine isn’t merely 84 pages of pompous underground rocknroll interviews & commentary. Only 78 pages of that.
The other 6 of those pages are devoted to an article called “The Layman’s Guide To 1970s Jamaican Dub”, which is my attempt to provide the most cursory and opinionated of overviews to the shimmering, jarring and wild experimental world of 70s dub.
There’s a history of the form, some personal anecdotes, photos like the one you see here (that’s Glenmore Brown, breakin’ the law), plus an explanatory Top 10 list of the greatest 70s Jamaican dub recordings from the likes of Augustus Pablo, Prince Jammy, Mikey Dread, Joe Gibbs, Tappa Zukie, Impact All-Stars and more.
Order Dynamite Hemorrhage #2 here.
As if the world needed another blog or Tumblr – I’ve started another one. It’s called FINAL SOUNDS, and it’s devoted to non-rocknroll, outside and underground music you won’t typically see on Dynamite Hemorrhage, but sounds which we nonetheless like to spend some portion of our time with, particularly lately.
I posted a whole manifesto about what drove me to start it, if you’re interested.
With any degree of commitment – absolutely not assured in my case, as I have a pretty checkered past positively littered with abandoned projects (Celluloid Couch, anyone?), it’ll exist peacefully, side by side, with the ‘Hemorrhage. Rockers to one side, freaks to the other.
Come check it out and follow it if you think it’s something you’d be interested in. There’s a Twitter as well.
Brain-Erasing Dub, Volume 1 by DynamiteHemorrhage.
I’ve made a mix for you of some of the heaviest, most tripped-out brain erasers from my collection of 70s dub. It’s a passion that waxes and wanes for me, and is most definitely waxing right now. I made this one several years ago for myself, and am working on a second volume now.
You can stream it right now over on my 8Tracks page, along with 15 other mixes I’ve put together.