Cambodian Rocks Compilation - Various Artists

In 1996, the Parallel World label released the LP "Cambodian Rocks", a collection of Cambodian psych and garage music from the 60s and early 70s (probably), compiled by an American tourist named Paul Wheeler from some cassettes he bought in Phnom Penh. No information on the songs was provided at all, no artist names, no song titles, and no recording dates. Four years later, Parallel World reissued this compilation on CD with a few extra tracks, but still without any identifying information. Unfortunately, it is more than likely that many of the featured musicians, showing a definite Western influence in their music, were murdered by the Khmer Rouge regime which took over power in 1975. Certainly none of them ever received any money from the sales of this compilation. However, the music is wonderful, and here it is for your enjoyment.

To have an insight, check out the youtube. It's Pan Ron, one of the queens of cambodian psyche-funk-rock. Along with 1,5 millions people, she was murdered under Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge regime during 70s. Not cool.

Blockhead - The Music Scene (2009)

Blockhead has long made beautiful, emotive music based around the hip hop template, but on “The Music Scene” he elevates his craft to another level. Tony puts it down to the use of Ableton, which means that rather than working from “one basic beat and building off it” (the standard hip hop model), he has begun stringing together multiple beats and weaving them together into increasingly complex, surprising and satisfying pieces of music. As he himself puts it, “I made each song a little more of a musical journey than anything I have ever done before.”

Blockhead - The Music Scene - Tracklist
01 It's Raining Clouds
02 The Music Scene
03 Only Sequences Change
04 Which One Of You Kerks Stole My Arnold Palmer
05 Attack The Doctor
06 The Prettiest Sea Slug
07 The Daily Routine
08 Tricky Turtle
09 Four Walls
10 Pity Party
11 Hell Camp
12 Farewell Spaceman

Fu-Schnikens - Nervous Breakdown (1994)

Poc, Moc, and Chip Fu of Fu-Schnickens are three young Brooklyn men who spent their childhood watching way too much television. Their raps riff on karate flicks, monster movies, Batman, Bugs Bunny, sitcoms, and cereal commercials--in other words, they spout the common mythology of Americans 29 and under. For those in that demographic, Fu's raps clear a trail into the dark recesses of memory lane. For those who don't get it, though, the trio's second album, Nervous Breakdown, is much more than a catalog of the collective Gen-X unconscious. On the record we hear three distinct personalities, all lightning-paced rappers with tremendous control of their voices. For the fans of Das EFX, Yaggfu Front, and Lords of the Underground, there's plenty of fun to be found in this album. This really reflects what a great time 1994 was for hip hop.

Fu-Schnikens - Nervous Breakdown - Tracklist
1. Breakdown
2. Sum Dum Munkey
3. Visions (20/20)
4. Watch Ya Back Door
5. Aaahh Ooohhh!
6. Sneakin' Up On Ya
7. Got It Covered
8. Who Stole The Pebble
9. Hi Lo
10. What's Up Doc? (Can We Rock) [K-Cut's Fat Trac Remix]
11. Breakdown [Dunkafelic Remix]

Fu-Schnikens - Nervous Breakdown - Rapidshare Download HERE

Rage Against The Machine - Rage Against The Machine (1992)

Rage Against the Machine is the debut studio album by alternative metal band Rage Against the Machine. The album was released on November 11, 1992. The songs on Rage Against the Machine all feature political messages.

This all-time classic is a must have for any ear that is sensitive to -good- music. If you followed the Killing in the Name campaign (see below) but do not know more about Rage against the Machine, get the album. You paid for the track, so you might think you deserve to download the album. If you don't, you can also buy it here.

Rage Against The Machine - Tracklist

1. Bombtrack
2. Killing In The Name
3. Take The Power Back
4. Settle For Nothing
5. Bullet In The Head
6. Know Your Enemy
7. Wake Up
8. Fistful Of Steel
9. Township Rebellion
10. Freedom


Killing in the Name campaign

In December 2009, a campaign was launched on Facebook and Twitter by Jon and Tracy Morter which generated nationwide publicity and took the track "Killing in the Name" to the coveted Christmas Number One slot in the UK Singles Chart, which had been dominated for four consecutive years from 2005 by winners from the popular TV show The X Factor. Before the chart was announced on 20 December 2009 the Facebook group membership stood at over 950,000, and was acknowledged (and supported) by Tom Morello, Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney,Muse, Fightstar, NME, John Lydon, Bill Bailey, Lenny Henry, BBC Radio 1, Hadouken!, The Prodigy, Stereophonics, BBC Radio 5 Live, and even the 2004 X Factor winner Steve Brookstein, amongst numerous others. The campaign was ultimately successful, and "Killing in the Name" became the number-one single in the UK for Christmas 2009. All the benefits are going to be give to charities, says the band

DJ Iber - I Want YOU! Mixtape (2009)

Dj Iber is a talented croatian DJ. Quite new on the scene, she delivered her first public sets in Japan, creating a whole new hype over there. She played in all the biggest venues of the country and climbed the ladder of japanese starsystem quicker than any DJ before.She set new standards of Djing and was acclaimed by the medias and the clubbing scene, thanks to her fresh new sound is driven by mash ups and eclectics mixes of hip hop, 80s classics, electro, catchy reggae tunes and music from all over the world (from balkan gypsy D&B to belgian local music). Already famous in Japan, she prefered to leave the local Jetset and head to Europe. She set up in a village in Germany, far from paparazzis and groupies, to focus on her true passions : music, and farming.

Tracklist :
Gregory Isaac – Mr. Cop
Tanya Stephens – It’s a Pity / DJ Schmolli – Rock With the Original Waterpumpee Monkey – Monkey Bee (Diplo Remix)
Ganja Kru – Super Sharp Shooter
Si Spex – Fly Like a Seagull
Limp Bizkit feat. Method Man – N 2 Gether Now
DJ Yoda and Dan Greenpeace – 80’s Pop 1
Le Peuple de l’Herbe feat. Puppetmastaz – El Paso
Black Sheep – The Choice is Yours
Cypress Hill – How I Could Just Kill a Man
TBF – Malo San Maka
Digital Underground – The Humpty Dance
Apathy & Celph Titled feat.
J-Zone – Nut Reception
Chad Jackson – Hear the Drummer Get Wicked
Obie Trice – Got Some Teeth (Instrumental)
The Cut Up Boys – Praise You/Nookie (Fatboy Slim vs. Jamesy P)
DJ Lobsterdust – It’s Fun to Smoke Dust (Queen vs. Satan)
Jesse Rosse – Well Now
Mr. Oizo – Transsexual
Gonzales – Working Together (Boys Noize Vox Mix)
Creature - Brigitte Bardot
Raymond Bell – Jump In Line (Shake Shake Senora)
The Coral – In the Morning (DJ Yoda Edit)
Hifana - Connect
Diplo – Wassup Wassup feat. Rye Rye (Samim Remix)
Jaimie Fanatic & PartySquad – Krush Groove
DJ Clive$ter – There Goes Daddy Cool (Boney M. vs. Krafty Kuts vs. The Family)
Rick Ross – Hustlin (Paul Anthony & ZXX Remix) vs. Sopranal - Everyday J'Kette Josselyne David Bowie – Rebel Rebel (Soulwax Club Mix) The Flying Lizards – Money
Bad Manners – Special Brew
Diplo – Shhake it Up (Twist and Shout)
Dixie Chicks – Chapel of Love
Trio – Da Da Da
Cheekyboy – Baby Shot Me Down Down Down (Audio Bullys vs. Paul Johnson)
The Wiseguys – Cowboy '78
DJ Yoda and Dan Greenpeace – Yoda’s One Man Band
Dr. Waumiau – Where’s Your URAQT (Quincy Jones vs. M.I.A. vs. Basement Jaxx)
Fatboy Slim – Wonderful Night
Manu Chao – Bongo Bong (Jungle Hardfloor Remix)
The Young Punx! – You've Got to... (Norman Cook Mix)
Kiril feat MC Wasp & Rucl – Jungle Shadow
The Young Punx! – Drum and Bacharach
Hexstatic – Nancy’s Boots
Teddybears – Cobrastyle (Featuring Mad Cobra)
Electric Six – Gay Bar Filip
Motovunski – Popay Koke Linija Remix Tubular Bells (Exorcist Theme)
Royce Da 5\'9 – All I Wanna Do
Necro – Get On Your Knees (Instrumental)

Zion Train - Live As One (2007)

Zion Train - Live As One (2007) - Review

Live As One will both reassure and surprise Zion Train fans. The Zion Train ethos and depth in quality remains, yet the sound has expanded and is truly a world wide dub production. Musicians contributing include the usual deep blowing brass section, Dave Fullwood and Bigga alongside, P Lush of Nucleus roots fame on guitar, keyboards from Paolo Polcari of Almamegretta, drums from Vedran of the Radikal Dub Kolektiv and melodicas from Chasbo of the Bush Chemists. It also features musicians from Italy, Germany, Croatia, Jamaica and the UK. 'Live As One' was awarded a Reggae Grammy for ‘best dub album’ in Kingston 2008 and the ‘The Worlds Premier Dub Act’ now return with the ‘Remixed’ version.

Zion Train - Live As One (2007) - Tracklist

1) Boxes and Amps feat Dubdadda
2) Audrey and June
3) Life That I Choose feat YT
4) What A Situation
feat Raiz and Tippa Irie
5) Moha (perch/fullwood)
6) Tribute To Keng Keng
7) Forward ever feat Lua
8) Edelweiss Piraten
9) Give Me Good Sensi feat Earl 16
10) Terror Talk feat Dubdadda
11) Animus Mundi
12) Live As One feat Lua
13) Why feat Marlene Johnson
14) Hibakusha song
15) Baby Father feat YT
16) Bloodlines feat Dubdadda


Chinese Man - The Groove Sessions volume 1 - 2004-2007

Chinese Man is a very underrated french DJ collective. Highly addictive music, playing shuffle in my ears for weeks now. Check out the Youtube link below, you'll understand. Their main influences are hip hop and jazzy electro, with samples coming from movies or old asian records. Somewhere between Birdy Nam Nam, Bonobo, Dj Shadow, or Le Peuple De L'Herbe. Check them live whenever you can!

Chinese Man - The Groove Sessions Vol1 - Tracklist

[1] Pandi Groove
[2] Searchin For The Space Monkey
[3] Eight y Cinco
[4] Bunni Groove
[5] Washington Square feat Bionic Man Sound
[6] I’ve Got That Tune
[7] You Suck Me
[8] Indi Groove
[9] Skank In The Air
[10] Artichaut
[11] More
[12] Chinese Man

K'naan - The Dusty Foot Philosopher (2006)

K'naan comes from Somalia and exiled to Canada at a young age, escaping the war that was going on there. Basically, if you’re into rap or hip-hop with a dose of African flavour, nothing beats K’naan. On every song, his beats, rhythms, instruments, and lyrics come together to create a completely original rap song with some Somali rap in the mix. The Dusty Foot Philosopher’s album ibrang K’naan more recognition than ever before and rightfully so. Since then, he has also worked with artists such as Nelly Furtado, Mos Def, The Roots, and Damian Marley.

K'naan - The Dusty Foot Philosopher - Tracklist
  1. Wash It Down
  2. Soobax
  3. What’s Hardcore?
  4. My Old Home
  5. Moment (Interlude)
  6. I Was Stabbed by Satan
  7. My God (Interlude)
  8. Smile
  9. If Rap Gets Jealous
  10. Dusty Foot Philosopher
  11. Strugglin’
  12. In the Beginning
  13. Hoobaale
  14. African Way feat. Mwafrika
  15. Voices in My Head
  16. My Shadow
  17. For Mohamoud (Soviet) (Interlude)
  18. Until the Lion Learns to Speak
  19. Blues for the Horn
  20. Til We Get There feat. M-1

K'naan - The Dusty Foot Philosopher - Rapidshare Download HERE

Black Grass - A Hundred Days In One (2006)

Using Hip Hop as his foundations and framework, Black Grass (aka Mex) fills in the gaps with funk, jazz, soul and reggae, helped out by a host of collaborators, including American and home-bred Hip Hop stars such as Maylay Sparks and Micall Parknsun, MC Blu Rum 13 as well as Jah Marnyah and Rider Shafique from the world of reggae.

The result is smooth, relaxing and laid-back, dipping in and out of the musical styles which comprise it from track to track. Absolute killing track of the album : Oh Jah. Check out, masterpiece!!!

Black Grass - A Hundred Days In One - Rapidshare Download HERE

The Young Lovers-The Young Lovers (2009)

Another surprise in the form of a Hervé side project: ‘The Young Lovers’. For a white English man (with a Beatles haircut) who makes mix CDs with titles like Ghetto Bass, Joshua ‘Hervé’ Harvey certainly knows how to confound expectations. With a strong jazz influence joining the dots between the dangling beats and smoky atmospherics, this more reflective side project shows a far more interesting side to the sonic trickery the young producer has used to such effect on tracks such as "Bleeper". In fact, there is just the barest hint of fidgety sounds to be found, and even then they work in the subtlest of ways: underpinning swinging beats and scratchy percussion. Of all Hervé has done careerwise, it is this which will stand the test of time and quite rightly too.

The Young Lovers - Tracklist

01. you make me dizzy 04:14
02. how lonely does it get_ 03:42
03. booty bella 04:21
04. low down groove 04:30
05. free 03:45
06. she's a phoenix 05:58
07. love you madly 05:07
08. last goodbye 02:19
09. midnight to morning 03:21
10. shake off the ghosts 04:30
11. you got the down south 04:12
12. this is what it's all about 04:20
(feat trevor loveys)

The Young Lovers - The Young Lovers Rapidshare Download Here

Saian Supa Crew - KLR (1999)

Saian Supa Crew - KLR - Review

It seems like such a natural progression for French hip-hop to take off--after all, there's only so many MCs out there with anything original to say or a novel way of saying it, so the flow of the rapper's patter is easily as important as what they're rapping about. French, with its cultivated smoothness, sounds beautiful and naturally flows from thought to thought; chanted over beats, the effect can be sublime--even if the listener doesn't understand a word. Though most dedicated hip-hop fans are familiar with MC Solaar, it might be the Saian Supa Crew who spread le message. The SSC are a six-man collective (three MCs, one vocalist and two vocal percussionists, who "sing" sound effects) who have internalized influences from a wide variety of forefathers: the Roots and Jurassic 5, for a wide-open, old-school feel and a respect for hip-hop history; DJ Premier and the Wu-Tang Clan, for the production on "G-Padpo" and "Darkness"; even the playfulness of Prince Paul. It's a lot to display on one album, and some songs work better than others--but there are more than enough winners here

Saian Supa Crew - KLR - Tracklist

1. Intro
2. Raz De Maree
3. Darkness
4. G Padpo
5. Ragots
6. Abecedaire Des Cons
7. 2 Be Or Not 2 Be
8. Malade Imaginaire (Intro)
9. Malade Imaginaire
10. La Preuve Par 3
11. Soul Mwa Pas
12. Ring My Bell
13. Pitchy And Skratchee Show
14. Angela
15. Objectif
16. J'Adore Ca
17. Que Dit On ?
18. Histoire D'Un Homme Faible
19. La Methode
20. Klr

Saian Supa Crew - KLR - Rapidshare Download HERE

Saian Supa Crew - X Raisons (2001)

Saian Supa Crew - X Raisons - Review

X Raisons is an exuberant, joyous second album from the Parisian rap crew that mix hip-hop, reggae and north (Zouk and Rai) and western African influences. Formed in the late 90s the six-man multicultural group integrate the old and the new of hip-hop, slotting classic beatbox alongside production that rumbles somewhere between the Wu Tang Clan and the Fugees. "Soldat 1" (Soldier 1) even uses a slight touch of Dr Dre's "The Next Episode" as its hook. This is a bold, ambitious album. Saian operate without musical restrictions, unafraid to sing, shout or switch tempos, best exemplified by the grandiose power play of "Maladie", the twinkley piano-led "Du 14 02 2002", the chanson swing of "A Demi Nue" (the half nude), the African chants of "Mohammed et Sebastien" and the quasi Miami bass of "A cow'mow (Hami sow bo)". The Jimi Hendrix beat box insert is also hilarious. X Raisons is a playful, cheeky album that neatly contrasts the heavyweight output of contemporaries such as IAM and Busta Flex. Clearly the French language proves a barrier to non-French speakers and Saian Supa Crew make little lyrical effort to appeal to an international audience. But this is a strength and not a weakness--X Raisons might not be so interesting if it were trying to capture the massive English speaking hip-hop market. However, the group are to release an international album next year and have already recorded a track with the UK's Roots Manuva.

Saian Supa Crew - X Raisons - Tracklist

1. Intro
2. Ils Etaient Une Fois
3. 19 20 Ans
4. Polices
5. Maladie
6. Interlude
7. Du 14 02 2002
8. Voodoo Chile
9. J'Entends Dire
10. La Derniere Seance
11. Au Nom De Quoi
12. Soldat 1
13. Soldat 2
14. A Demi Nue
15. Mohammed Et Sebastien
16. J'Avais
17. Tourner La Page
18. Mitaw Tao
19. A Co'Mow
20. Le Chanteur Fou
21. X Raisons

Saian Supa Crew - X Raisons - Rapidshare Download HERE

The Sound Providers - An Evening With The Sound Providers (2004)

The Sound Providers, hmmm! This is THE ALBUM if you love those boom bap beats 'n jazzy vibes, that gives you the real hiphop feeling back from back in the days when Pete Rock,CL Smooth, De La Soul, ATCQ were doing there thing.

With 21 songs on it, 7 of them are skits with lovely beats on the background, another 7 are instrumentals with the same recept (with scratches and cuts in it), and another 7 songs are collaborations with very talented emcees who don't have to speak about bling bling, cash, cars and ho's. ALL the songs on the album are great. The entire album includes that perfect music...59:30 minutes of pure pleasure music.

If there is coming up a spontaneous smile on your face when you here a boom bap beat show up after a little intro, hearing talented emcees over perfect beats, get this album. One of the best Hip Hop album released in 2000's.


YMCK - Complete Discography

YMCK is the 8bit pop unit formed by 3 persons. The most prominent feature of the band is the 8bit sound (also known as chiptune) that reminds people old game consoles, which attracts the enthusiastic support from wide range of generations. The 1st album "Family music" released in 2004 made a big hit and made their popularity unassailable. Their unique style of live performances using 8bit pixel animation is also highly acclaimed. Their activities are not limited in Japan but also made successes in performing at international music festivals around the world: in Sweden, Netherlands, New York, Thailand, Korea and Taiwan, and CDs are released in United States, Thailand, and South Korea. Besides those things above, YMCK does a wide range of activities, such as remix works, video game sound tracks, DJ performances, development of 8bit sound plug-in software etc.


1. Fanfare
2. Magical 8bit Tour 
3. Pastel Colored Candy
4. Darling
5. POW * POW
6. Interlude
8. Synchronicity
9. Tetrominon -From Russia with Blocks
10. Does John Coltrane Dream of a Merry-go-round?
11. Yellow, Magenta, Cyan and Black (Theme from YMCK) [Yellow, Magenta, Cyan and Black
12. Your Quest is Over


1. Opening
2. Panic Racer 005 
3. Go YMCK, Go! 
4. Come on! Swing all stars.
5. Rock'n Roll rendezvous feat. Takahashi Meijin
6. Sakana no Mabataki
7. Milky Blue -Riddle In Wonderland
8. Kira * Kira


1. Prologue
2. Sabita Tobira no Dai 8 Tengoku
3. Pleiades
4. Starlight
5. Izukata no Fue
6. Carving the Rock
7. Future Invasion
8. Rain
9. System Reboot
10. Floor 99
11. Major Swing
12. 8 Ban me no Niji
13. Jidai Okure no Sora
14. Finale ~Welcome to the 8-bit World~

YMCK - SONGBOOK: Songs Before 8bit (2008)

1. Yume no Naka e (Inoue Yosui)
2. Bokutachi no Shippai (Morita Doji)
3. NIngen Nante (Yoshida Takuro)
4. Kasa ga Nai (Inoue Yosui)
5. Shunkashuto (Izumiya Shigeru)
6. Manzoku Dekirukana (Endo Kenji)
7. Kotoba ni Dekinai (Oda Kazumasa)
8. Jinsei o Katarazu (Yoshida Takuro)
9. Marude Shojikimono no Yoni

YMCK & De De Mouse: Down Town (2008)

1. Down Town (Sugar Babe) / YMCK
2. Rouge no dengon (Arai Yumi) / De De Mouse feat. Moumoon Yuka
3. Beautiful Name (Godaigo) / YMCK
4. Metropolitan bijutsukan (Onuki Taeko / De De Mouse feat. Kotringo
5. kaze o atsumete (Happy End) / YMCK
6. Down Town (Sugar Babe) / De De Mouse feat. Hitomi Toi 

Mungo's Hi Fi - Sound System Champions (2008)

2008 release from Scotland's #1 Reggae Dancehall sound system and bona-fide institution. Mungos Hi Fi have been releasing hits since 2001 when their killer tracks 'Wickedness' and 'Ing' (featuring Brother Culture) first took the world by storm getting heavy plays by Jah Shaka, the late great John Peel and Mr. Scruff. Sound System Champions spans a broad selection of musical stylings from Ska and Rocksteady, through Roots and Steppers, to Rub a Dub, Digital Roots and Dancehall. As with their live sound, powered by their own enormous, homebuilt p.a., their inspirational productions continuously push Reggae boundaries into new groundbreaking frontiers. 12 tracks. Rockers Revolt.

Please note that the downloadable version provided here is a promo version only and it doesnt contain all the tracks that you would have if you get the full LP at
Plus Mungo's HiFi deserves your support. Buy the album, see them live and help them making more!

  1. Divorce A L'Italienne ft.Marina P
  2. Don't Let Them Break Your Heart ft.Kenny Knots
  3. Herbalist ft.Top Cat
  4. How You Bad So? ft.Ranking Joe
  5. Under Arrest ft.MC Ishu
  6. Old Time Dance ft.Mikey Murka
  7. Ruff Mi Tuff ft.Tippa Irie
  8. Rasta Meditation ft.Kenny Knots
  9. Rooster ft. Aya Faith
  10. Songs of Zion ft.Ras Charmer
  11. Around The World ft.Suncycle
  12. Did Your Really Know ft.Soom T
Mungo's Hi Fi - Sound System Champions Rapidshare Download (promo version) HERE

Disrupt & Mungo’s HiFi - Live Session

Heres a 3 live hour session recorded last month at the Glasgow Artschool. Session starts with Mungo’s for one hour playing forthcoming SCRUB A DUB dubz then goes on to DISRUPT and SOOM T playing all the latest Jahtari riddims with Soom T laying down some serious vocals, then it goes back to Mungo’s for the final hour. Zeb and Scotty, 2 wicked mc’s touch the mic in parts who spar like veterans, pure quality.

That's EXCELLENT :))))))


Mungo’s selection

Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Mikey Murka & Kojak - Sweeter Dubplate SOUNDBWOY DEAD
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Brother Culture - Traitor Dubplate SOUNDBWOY DEAD
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Brother Culture – Pressure Dubplate MORNING ROLL
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Eunice - Fashion Dubplate MORNING ROLL
Mungo’s Hi Fi - Highrise Remix (feat Michie One) Dubplate SUPER SAW
Mungo’s Hi Fi - General Levy dubplate Dubplate SCUFFLE
Dub Terror - Turn tide White label
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Mikey Murka - Sensi Addik Dubplate (JAHTARI RIDDIM)
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Courtney Melody - Mary Jane Dubplate MARY JANE
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Kenny Knots - Rock inna dancehall Scotch Bonnet MARY JANE
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Soom - Did you really know Scotch Bonnet MARY JANE
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Courtney Melody - Wha dem for Dubplate
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Ishu - Answer Dubplate ANSWER
Viktorious & Parly B - What a ting White label PRESIDENT (Dreadbot Productions)
Don Angelo - General Tonos
Horace Martin - Soundbwoy run away Crystal GREEN BAY KILLING
Carlton and the shoes
Echo Minott - Lazy Body Black Scorpio LAZY BODY
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Mikey Murka - Ride the dubplate Dubplate RIDE THE RIDDIM


disrupt - The Bass Has Left The Building (Intro Live Set)
Luna 3 Riddim (disrupt)
It’s More Fun To Dubpute Riddim (disrupt)
War Games Riddim (disrupt)
Berzerk Riddim (disrupt)
What A Wonderful Feeling Riddim (disrupt)
Flying High (Maffi - Juicy Riddim)
Bling Riddim (Maffi)
Tell Me What You Want (Maffi - Talk To Me / Jon Bon Riddim)
Faktura Riddim (Maffi)
Sensible Riddim (Maffi)
Push it (Maffi - Asoni Riddim)
Zeb - Survival Riddim (disrupt)
Zeb & Scotty - Bits Of Fury Riddim (disrupt)
Roll it (on the Hail The Robots Riddim) (disrupt)
Fever Riddim (disrupt)
Dirty Money (Fire Riddim) (disrupt)

Mungo’s selection

Solo Banton - Talk to me Dubplate
Errol Bellot - Wonderful Feeling Dubplate
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Lady Anne - Beating Dubplate OLD TIME DANCE
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Mikey Murka - Old time dubplate Dubplate OLD TIME DANCE
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Brother Culture - Changes Dubplate OLD TIME DANCE
Mungo’s Hi Fi - VERSION Zeb & Scotty OLD TIME DANCE
Tony Tuff - Angel Jammys KUFF
Admiral Bailey - Jump up Jammys KUFF
VERSION – Scotty Jammys KUFF
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. El Fata – El Fata inna di dance Dubplate RUN RUN
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Warrior Queen - Can’t Stand it Dubplate RUN RUN
Mungo’s Hi Fi - VERSION - Zeb & Scotty RUN RUN
Little John - Give me no bun Jammys RAMBO WE RAMBO
VERSION - Scotty & Zeb Jammys RAMBO WE RAMBO
Alborosie - I am African Beat CHERRIE PIE
Burro Banton - No problem African Beat CHERRIE PIE
VERSION - Scotty and Zeb African Beat CHERRIE PIE
Mungo’s Hi Fi - Dry Remix (Soom) High Tone
Mungo’s Hi Fi - Dubplate fi dem Scrub a dubplate SCRUB001
Mungo’s Hi Fi - Raggamuffin Scotch Bonnet pre-releaseRAGGAMUFFIN
Mungo’s Hi Fi - VERSION - Zeb - warm up Scotch Bonnet pre-releaseRAGGAMUFFIN
Mungo’s Hi Fi - VERSION - Scotty - buss a move Scotch Bonnet pre-release
Mungo’s Hi Fi - Fire pon a dubplate – Zeb Scrub a dub pre-release
Mungo’s Hi Fi - Haffi Rock Scrub a dubplate
Mungo’s Hi Fi - Take it easy Scrub a dubplate
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Lady Anne - Check it out Scrub a dubplate
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Mikey Murka - Millenium Scrub a dubplate
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Foo Steps Scrub a dubplate BAD FROM
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Warrior Queen - Good looking boy Scrub a dubplate BAD FROM
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Daddy Freddy - Cyaan stop we Scrub a dubplate BAD FROM
Mungo’s Hi Fi - VERSION – Soom BAD FROM
Clouds - Dancing Feet Argon
My Lord Rub a dub Dubplate
Beenie Man Dubplate
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Carlton Livingston & Lady Anne Scotch Bonnet pre-releaseJUMP IN SKA
Mungo’s Hi Fi feat. Mikey Murka Scotch Bonnet pre-releaseJUMP IN SKA
Mungo’s Hi Fi Dubplate JUMP IN SKA

Disrupt & Mungo’s HiFi - Live Session - DOWNLOAD HERE

Disrupt - The Bass Has Left The Building (2009)

The Bass Has Left The Building is the long-awaited sequel to disrupt's Foundation Bit album, which appeared on the wonderful WERK DISCS label in 2007, and turned into one of the classic works of modern bass culture since then.

On this new epic voyage Disrupt is pushing the genre boundaries of 8Bit-ChipHop, roots Dub and old-school gaming soundtracks into one big swirling Black Hole of low end mayhem. Raw, ultra-shuffling drum machine action and re-wired skanks create the gateway for a mind bending reference network of retro-SciFi movies, gaming classics and Dub soundscapes in infinite loop mode. All riding on a non-stop wave of subsonic bass blasts to ensure an intense outah space trip for all the 21st Century Planet Smashas out there.

The album comes with awesome bass-artwork by Jimmy Cauty (LC). The vinyl version will contain a different cover plus the "Bass City Landscape" from the CD as a huge fold-out. collector's item!

Mastered by Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin.

Disrupt - The Bass Has Left The Building (2009) - Rapidshare Music

01 - The Bass Has Left the Building
02 - 21st Century Planet Smashers
03 - Berzerk Dub
04 - Echobombing
05 - Bruce Lee
06 - SEGA Beats
07 - Hail the Robots
08 - It's More Fun to Dubpute
09 - Wir Rufen Die Venus
10 - Impossible Mission III
11 - Bit Defender
12 - Love On


The Qemists - Joint The Q (2009) - Rapidshare Download

Subtle as the Blitz, The Qemists revive memories of both the heady big-beat heyday of The Prodigy and Chemical Brothers and the furious speedmetal maelstrom of Anthrax, if both modes were lashed to junglist beats.

Opener “Stompbox” is sheer techno-metal overload, with sirening synths powered along by hardcore guitar riffing, while “Lost Weekend” and “On The Run” are purest amphetamine frenzy, respectively superfast speed-metal and drum’n’bass laced with vocal fragments and fizzy synth riffs. Faith No More’s Mike Patton features on the former, one of a slew of guest vocalists that includes Alabama 3’s Zoe Devlin Love, MC Navigator, Jenna G and, over the hammer-blow beats and filthy synths of “Dem Na Like Me”, Wiley.


01. Stompbox
02. Lost Weekend (ft. Mike Patton)
03. On The Run (ft. Jenna G)
04. Dem Na Like Me (ft. Wiley)
05. S.W.A.G. (Intro)
06. S.W.A.G. (ft. Zoe Devlin Love)
07. Drop Audio (ft. MC ID)
08. When Ur Lonely
09. Soundface (ft. Beardyman)
10. Got One Life (ft. Navigator)
11. The Perfect Pitch


Ed Solo & Skool Of Thought - Random Acts Of Kindness (2007)

'Random Acts Of Kindness' encompasses all of the sounds and styles that have influenced the Ed Solo & Skool of Thought over the years; from soul, funk and reggae to drum n bass, hip-hop and breaks. Effervescent, opener 'Love Your Life' isn't just for the ska jump up crowd, it's great song based fare and an early indicator of how the album delivers to more than just the dancefloor.

Next up is King Tubby sampling soundbwoy styling’s of Babylon Breaks. Reggae influences rear their head again on slowburning skankers 'Life Gets Better' and 'Raspberry Dub', while the D&B Remix of 'Feel The Music' does exactly what it says on the tin.

Dipping into the UK underground with a bassline to loosen your fillings on 'Sludge', the guys show they have an eye for the retro too with their reworking of Incognito's classic 'Always There'. Throw in piano-laced hip hop ('Sometimes') and beeps and bleeps aplenty ('Tug Nut') and you’ve got an album, which could never be described as samey.

Ed Solo & Skool Of Thought - Random Acts Of Kindness - Track List:

01. Love Your Life
02. Babylon Breaks
03. We Play the Music
04. Believe in the Funk
05. Got It Like That
06. Feel the Music [Re-Rub]
07. Sludge
08. Sometimes
09. Raspberry Dub
10. Life Get’s Better
11. When I Was a Yout
12. Tug Nut
13. Always There
14. Music Is Music
15. We Play the Music [Acoustic Version]
16. Disclaimer