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The Return of Vibronics

The Return of Vibronics FX126 - 2016

1 – Dont Follow Babylon feat. Soom T
2 – Searching For Jah feat. Michael Prophet
3 – Dub You Ready feat. Macka B
4 – Tribulation Dub feat. Danman
5 – Babylon Is Dubbing feat. Madu Messenger
6 – Jah Jah Dub feat. I-Mitri
7 – North & South
8 – Divine Intervention
9 – Dub Observer
10 – Humble One
11 – Strength & Power
12 – HeartBeat


Vibronics new album is crammed to capacity with bass heavy sound system dub. From the roots of orthodox reggae right through to the far reaches of new UK bass music culture, The Return Of Vibronics is a no-compromise dub mission. This time Vibronics have hooked up with some proper JA reggae heavyweights, in the form of King Tubby/Yabby You legend Michael Prophet and Mad Professor microphone don Macka B, as well as contemporary UK talents including the Scottish firestorm MC Soom T and Leicester vocal luminary Madu Messenger. 12 brand new tracks of pristine vocals, militant instrumentals and intense dub mixes.

Based in the city of Leicester, right in the middle of the UK, Vibronics have been on the rise since 1997. Their music productions have helped define the sound of modern UK Dub music, and their live show is a must see that is constantly on the move across Europe, Asia and the Americas.

It all started for Vibronics way back in the last century working with Aba-Shanti-I and Zion Train. Since then a label was formed (SCOOPS Records) and a near endless list of collaborative artists (Ranking Joe, Fun Lovin Criminals, Big Youth, Jah Tubbys, Iration Steppas, OBF, High Tone) have worked with Vibronics in the studio and on stage. Ever restless, past projects include releasing a single every month in 2010 and producing the World War 1 concept album ‘Empire Soldiers’ with France’s Brain Damage in 2013. Now with a new studio built that combines vintage analogue equipment with the latest digital technology, Vibronics and a cast of incredible collaborators present this brand new album, taking inspiration from the original Jamaican roots of Dub and bringing it full force into the 21st century.

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