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Your One-Stop for reviews of free and legal (DUB) Reggae MP3 files. We review tracks, albums and podcasts. Everything is hand-picked and reviewed on the basis of experience in this field since the MP3 format was released in the late 1990's. Some music released through Creative Commons Copyright can be downloaded straight from the Dubroom Server. Browse by artist, track, album or podcast. Be sure to check out our spotlight as well. 

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HORSEMAN
DUBROOM MP3 ARTIST REVIEW

WWW, July 2014 - A talented and skillful drummer and vocalist, the versatile Horseman has been active in Reggae Music since the 1980's when a track with his vocal works was released on none other than the Greensleeves Record Label. Since then, he has been working with several well established names like the Mad Professor and his ARIWA Studio. On top of that, Horseman has been very active with Prince Fatty in providing (DUB) Reggae producers with crucial material.

Horseman's raw and militant, yet very friendly and open voice can at times be compared to Culture's Jospeph Hill even though the similarity is in the same style rather than by seeing copies. The versatile MC is able to deliver a message of peace and love, improvising on riddims and singing/toasting ad-lib's to mention just a few things.

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HORSEMAN - MUSICAL 45 2 KEEP U ALIVE EP
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WWW, July 2014 - Two full-length Discomixes and three Dubs: yes, with almost 30 minutes of music this is the first EP from the Dubroom Studio in the new 2014 sound. Featuring Horseman and Dillinger as well as a number of singers delivering a conscious message, this release brings you both a Steppers Roots and a Rub a Dub vibe. Here is a Musical 45 to keep you alive!

The concept of a DJ chanting over a riddim and singers jumping in and out is not new, not original, not uncommon. Where many styles and genres have incorporated the concept, no one can take away the fact that this all started in Jamaica during the 1970's and even before that. No one can deny that Roots Reggae music, mixed in Dub style, is a perfect foundation for a DJ to chant over and exactly that is what you can find in the two Discomixes. The first one (Love Not War) is a pumping Rub a Dub style, the second a joyous yet serious Steppers Roots. 

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NISHKA WITH HORSEMAN AND DENNIS ALCAPONE - DUB HURTS/HURTS DUB
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WWW, June 2014 - Straight from the Dubroom Studio: two heavyweight Roots Reggae Dubwise tracks featuring Nishka, Horseman and Dennis Alcapone on an original Dubroom riddim with real horns and real Dub mixing by Messian Dread. Dis ya tune come fe nice up the nation!

Years ago, Messian Dread and the well-known UK DUB act Alpha and Omega did an a-capella exchange resulting in an excellent tune by the UK Dub Twins and a -now very much dated- track by Messian Dread. To celebrate the current sonical developments in the Dubroom Studio (yes, a new sound), a complete new track was build on this a-capella from the classic "Show Me A Purpose", (non-exclusive but licensed) vocals by two mighty MC's strategically added and subsequently made into the Dubs you can download for free in both CD Quality Wave Audio or High Quality MP3 files before listening.

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HORSEMAN - SOUND SYSTEM VOCALS VOLUME TWO
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WWW, June 2014 - In Part One we had a short introduction to Horseman and his raw, heavyweight voice. We could even listen to a Dub carrying his voice taken straight from Sound System Vocals Parts One and Two. Now, in this review we will go much deeper as we'll take a look at just what the material brings for the producer of (DUB) Reggae Music.

Sound System Vocals Part Two is actually interchangeably connected with Part One. In fact, there is no real obvious reason for separate packages other than perhaps a financial one. So let's talk a little bit about that before we continue with our review of Sound System Vocals Parts One and Two. 

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HORSEMAN - SOUND SYSTEM VOCALS VOLUME ONE
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WWW, June 2014 - He's been there and done that. What? Performing as a youth MC in the 1980's and getting yourself released on the then legendary Greensleeves label. Ever since, Horseman has been active as a drummer and skillful MC for him and her and the rest as well. In other words, here is a veteran DJ from the Sound System culture and he is ready to spice up your productions and mixes in the first volume of DubDrop's Sound System Vocals series.

Vocals are, together with horns, a much coveted element for every (DUB) Reggae producer. For owners of Sound Systems or selectors, vocals are even essential. This is where Sound System Vocals series by DubDrops (yes, from DrumDrops) comes at the rescue of many, including here in the Dubroom. To start with part one (and two) featuring Horseman.

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