“Various Hearts Year One is our way of celebrating our first anniversary on the label. This compilation is to thank everyone for the great support they have given us during the first 12 months of the project’s life.
This compilation includes an unpublished track by each of the label’s member artists this first year.
Each of the artists that the label represents is an a independent sound from others, a different sound, a special and unique sound.
This compilation is not based on genres or styles, it simply represents a little of each of the artists on this Label this first year.”
“Nearly eight years after he coined the phrase ‘SIX ONNA 7‘ for the first volume of his innovative fortyFive sub-series (which has gone on to have a life of its own with other artists releasing their own volumes), Gregory ‘Tha Silent Partner’ Davis returns with Volume 8, this time closing it out with a THANK YOU to those heroes in the medical field without whom the world would be in much more dire straits. Download and enjoy.”
“This time, Pierro invites you to fly to the moon, listening to influenced dub! That said, he tried to stay as close as possible to the roots spirit! Throughout the album, you can discover the reuse of all these samples offered by NASA during Apollo expeditions.
Each piece represents a special facet of the dub. You will have surprising tracks, sometimes tinged with glitch, sometimes melancholic, sometimes very fat! There will probably be a song that you prefer.”
“Two years after their first release South Of the River Clyde in 2018, the Scottish duo Gary Lamont and Richy Clark return with a second EP with more reworks of some of their favourite dub tracks. These reworks were written back in 2013 but never received the respect they deserved, suffering from lack of attention.
In this second EP entitled King Of Dub, they concentrate on the works of King Tubby, using the same approach recording wise as in South Of The River Clyde, trying to emulate some great King Tubby masterpieces. Richy played guitar, Garry played bass and covered all other sounds and the production, but this time the duo was enriched with the addition of Ian Borthwick on the drums.
That was the second and apparently the last try of The Dubwegians to establish themselves as a dub band. Unfortunately the project that Richy dreamed off in 2013, never really managed to pull off. It kind of fizzled out after a while as people came and went. Up for a jam and some good time but not up for putting in the hours of practice needed. We thought it would be nice to share these tunes, done a long time ago, and give them another lease of life! We hope you enjoy them!”