Deep vibes, steeped in sweeping rushes, heartfelt bellows and organic percussion – This is Concealed Identity. Still fairly fresh on the scene, upcoming UK bass label Tribe12 Music is providing for us yet another insatiable release to fuel our fascination. With echoing voices and deep burgeoning bass, this is not the dubstep of the masses, but rather a testament to the true nature of dub music. Release the reggae lover within you and listen with your ears while connecting with your heart.
The EP is available for digital download on April 29th, 2013. Get it here!
Lift up Seattle! This is a calling. To all children at heart, young and old, big and small. On this day the 21st of April, 2013 there will be held a gathering. A session to give thanks and praises and to commune with one another in the presence of I.
The night will include performances by the almighty roots reggae band Midnite of St. Croix, along with supporting artists KRSNA Band and Blessed Coast Sound System!
For those that have not yet had the pleasure of knowing personally the music of Midnite, this is an invitation to invest. An invitation to adjust your I, to tune in through heart and head, and to improve our unified overstanding. The band which are led by brothers Ron and Vaughn Benjamin have been performing and spreading the positive message since their birth in 1997. With over 40 published recordings with many different labels, and many many praises and recognitions from across the globe, Midnite is one of the premier roots reggae bands of our time. This will be a performance to be remembered.
Get tickets for the show at Neumo’s here!
Be sure to pick up the latest release from Midnite entitled, Children of Jah Dubs. It will be available digitally and on CD this month, just in time for the show. Get your copy pre ordered here.
…time is not counted from daylight, but from midnite
Here are some tunes to get things moving.
Until time, we hold love in our hearts and smiles in our faces.
Thanks and praises to everyone whose beautiful energy has gone into the production of this event. We would like to extend special thanks to Ises Productions, Rebel Lion Music, Higher Reasoning Reggae Time, and Neumo’s.
** BIG ONE ** BIG ONE **
Gosh I really want some more info on this one. The Native DnB producer Skeptical has some serious weight on the 140 end of bass music. Although Youngsta has been working his tunes into the rotation of his Minimal Mondays Rinse.fm show, I can’t find any sort of info on the plate. Check this one and BE SURE to turn up your sub.
Here is one of my favorite anthems of 2009, We All Have To Get High (Tom Watson Remix), by the legendary German dub group, Dubblestandart. This tune is DEEEEEP. The old school wobbles are a beautiful reminder of the sound that originally caught my ear and started my love for dubstep. Enjoy this one!