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Reggae Roast single – Occupy The Session (Earl 16,Adam Prescott,Noises ,Manasseh)(Stream)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 22, 2012 by dk

Reggae Roast | Earl 16 | Adam Prescott | Noises
‘Occupy The Session’
Reggae Roast Records
Release date: August 2012
Format: 12” / Digital

’Occupy The Session’ is yet another first class release from the UK’s #1 label for new Dub. A ummery tune full of bouncy bass it is sure to get people smiling and on toes skanking throughout the sumer of 2012.

Reggae Roast’s eleventh release is the first official production by label boss Jim Moodie. The track is a collaborative effort between Moodie and UK production legend Nick Manasseh and features one of the most respected singers of his generation; Earl 16. The release sets the tone for a string of productions under the already well established moniker ‘Reggae Roast’, but this time as a production outfit as well as a label and continues the trend for the  movement releasing the highest calibre roots music with cross genre appeal through its ruff and tuff remixes.
Each remix takes the track i different directions showing the versatility of the labels sound. Adam Prescott and Noises (Black Butter Records) show why they are both hotly tipped for big things in 2012 and give the release significant cross genre appeal.
Earl 16 has become one of the most revered Reggae singers of his generation and has been an integral part of the Reggae music industry since the 70’s.  His recordings have been produced by names such as Linval ThompsonLee Scratch Perry, Augustus PabloClement Dodd Sugar Minott. He’s currently touring with Leftfield as the live front man for the band after guesting on a number of their infamous tracks in the 1990s.
Nottingham’s Adam Prescott is an up and coming producer combining a crucial selection of rough and tough roots music with a modern injection of dubstep. He’s been making moves in the scene through his work with artists such as Charlie PKenny KnotsBrother CultureDaddy FreddyDynamite MC & Jah Screechy. He has remixed for the likes of Mungo’s Hi-FiRiddim TuffaSolo BantonRadikal GuruIration SteppasLinval Thompson / Vibration LabDub Pistols and Tenor Fly.
Noisses has been tearing through the club scene with a big, bass heavy sound that can only be described as banging. First noticed for his take on the Alicia Keys and Jack White’s 2008 Bond soundtrack ‘Another Way to Die’, he went on to claim a #1 spot on the ‘Trackitdown Dubstep Chart’ with huge BBC Radio 1 and 1 Xtra support from Annie NightingaleNihalRusko and others.
Nick Manasseh has been deeply involved in the development of the UK roots scene for the past two decades, championing his distinctive production style with many of the biggest talents of his generation. His productions have backed several Reggae Roast releases including previous single with Linval Thompson and Kenny Knots.


Reggae Roast Jamedown 14th July

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on July 6, 2012 by dk

@ PLAN B BRIXTON – 418 Brixton Road, SW9 7AY London, United Kingdom
9PM – 5AM



Artists: Trojan Sound System | Channel one | Reggae Roast | Adam Prescott | Ramon Judah | Clapper Priest 
Room 2 (Basement) hosted by Unit 137 Sound System

In Association With Wray & Nephew Overproof Rum

After the road block of the last Jamdown Session, Reggae Roast are back on Saturday 14th July with another all-star line up – this time bringing with them two of London’s most celebrated reggae sounds of all time: The mighty Trojan Sound System and Channel One. This night will demonstrates the rich heritage of the UK roots scene with the three biggest reggae crews in london joining forces to bring you an unforgettable night of positive vibrations and high energy bass lines.

Add to that one of the UK’s best new Digi-Dub producers, Adam Prescott + Dady Nuture from Rompa’s reggae Shack – one of London’d best up and coming reggae nights + the vocal talents of Ramon Judah and Clapper priest and you are in for one hell of a night… Get ready to skank London!

The Reggae Roast Jamdown sessions are famous for showcasing the best dubwise acts from across the globe at Plan B, arguably South london’s best venue. With an extra 10K of bass being added to the already massive Funktion-One sound system (just for this event) cheap & tasty cocktails (supplied by Wray And Nephew’s) and an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere, this is set to be a very special night.

Kenny Knots – Love Light (Reggae Roast)

Posted in News with tags , , on February 18, 2012 by dk

Kenny Knots/Manasseh ‘Love Light’ (Reggae Roast)
Release date: 12th March 2012
Format: 12″ / Digital

‘Love Light’ is the exciting new single from Kenny Knots and the first offering from Reggae Roast in 2012. After the success of ‘Sensi Skank’, which placed at No. 2 in the Juno best of 2011 chart and received widespread support from the likes of David Rodigan (“British Reggae at its best”), RR Records deliver another slice of hard hitting dub. Manasseh once again steps up to the task of producing a guaranteed dance-floor smash, cementing the label as one of the most consistent new imprints for roots music in the UK.

‘Love Light’ is a high energy stepper, spreading a message of love and unity against the oppression of the Babylon system. This four track release features the main vocal with UK dancehall veteran Kenny Knots, instrumental and dub versions courtesy of the masterful Nick Manasseh and a heavy dubstep remix by BunZer0; the kingpin of the Belgium scene.

Since the mid 80’s Kenny Knots has represented British reggae and dancehall to the fullest. With his standout sing-jay vocalist style, he first came to prominence with his smash hit ‘Watch How the People Dem Dancing’ released on Unity Records in 1986. It went on to become one of the best known tracks of that era, selling tens of thousands of copies worldwide. Since then Kenny has worked with the who’s who of European reggae including Jah Tubby’s, Honest Johns, Conscious Sounds, Mungo’s HiFi and Iration Steppas. With a new solo album set to be released on Scotch Bonnet Records in the coming months, 2012 is set to be a huge year for Kenny Knots.

Nick Manasseh has been deeply involved in the development of the UK roots scene for the past two decades, championing his distinctive production style with many of the biggest talents of his generation. He is also responsible for introducing many new people to the genre through his seminal radio show on Kiss FM which ran for a staggering 12 years. ‘Love Light’, his second production on the label, after the hit ‘Reggae Music’ by Earl 16, showcases his versatile style with a jump up, stepping rhythm and monster bass line.

Reggae Roast strike again, offering another forward thinking remix of the original, an approach which over the years has set the label apart from your average roots reggae imprint. BunZer0 is one of the most respected purveyors of the deeper side of dubstep. His weekly radio show on Sub FM, Top 10 DJ award (Dubstep Forum 2011) and sets alongside the likes of Skream, Pinch and Loefah have given BunZ worldwide recognition.

Now on their ninth release, Reggae Roast is a leading light in the new generation of dub music. With DJ bookings across Europe and a steady release schedule featuring some of the hottest talent around, 2012 is set to be their biggest year yet. Keep your eyes peeled for upcoming releases featuring artists such as; Hollie Cook, Linval Thompson, Earl 16, RackNRuin and Congo Natty. More Fire!

Glastonbury 2011 full line-up

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Full Line Up HERE