🍾☀️ Du sun, du son & du champagne ! ☀️🍾


Heckle & Jeckle débarque au Workshop Paris pour le premier Champagne Afterwork de la saison !


Label Reggae digital indépendant créé par les artistes pour promouvoir les artistes Heckle & Jeckle compte déjà dans ses rangs des artistes tels que Joseph Cotton, Danny Coxson, Don Camilo, Ranking K Selecta, Wellwell, Ghilou Bwoy et bien d'autres incourtournables de la scène reggae en france et à l'international.

Live reggae Digital de 19h à 02h ! Venez découvrir leurs dernières productions & live au workshop Jeudi 22 juin !


Ranking K Riddim Mix Vol. 3


Ranking K vous présent 20 minutes de mix video
sur le riddim "Rumours" produit par Bunny "Striker" Lee.

George Faith - Need to Belong to Someone
Cornel Campbell - Mr. Cop
Delroy Wilson - Ease Up
Double Ugly - Gal Gimme Piece
Tullo T - The Wining Don
Derrick Irie - Poor People a Bawl
Beany Man - Lickey Lickey Girl
Lloyd Hemmings - Side Show

Red Robin 12" - Midnight Riders/Speng Bond/Naram & Art (RR01 Side A preview)


From the remote township of Te Mata, in the rugged hills of New Zealand, comes a new imprint following in the tradition of mid-80s rub-a-dub from an often overlooked corner of dancehall culture. The brainchild of local farmer and radio personality Red Robin – alongside the deadly production duo Naram and Art – the first 12” features two heavy-like-lead riddims with discomix cuts from four unsung heroes of the 80s with conscious, street-level lyrics. Side A finds legendary singer Winston ‘Midnight Riders’ Powell rise again on a synth-infused piece of classic rub-a-dub. Despite being his first release in decades, he delivers a cutting edge vocal from his Kingston 9 borough about life Outta Road in the Jamaican capital. He then crosses live to special agent Speng Bond for a deejay report on the current state of Britain in Dread Outta Road. With a more uptempo riddim, the flipside sees Toronto-based 80s star Steve Knight fire some timely shots at corrupt politicians with Dem a Fraud before Los Angeles-based MC Tippa Lee comes correct with a self-affirming deejay cut on Salute the Veteran. Both sides are served with one-away dub mixes from Naram and added textural touches from disrupt and expert mastering by Pole.
Six cuts on one record, strictly limited pressings.

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