- 7 years ago
About the show
The third in the Dang In Dub series came courtesy of my show co-host Wrongtom. Here's what he had to say about it at the time:
"Dang In Digital covers the first decade of digital reggae and from the moment Wayne Smith showed up at Jammy’s with his mate’s Casio MT40 to Jazwad and Herbie’s take on a rhythm made famous by the gravel throated Shaggy. The big names and big rhythms are all accounted for alongside some not so famous tracks. Some of it’s vocal, some of it’s versioned and some sections I’ve dubbed out myself like Tiger’s Bam Bam which shouldn’t be confused with the Pliers’ cover of the Toots classic.
Maybe I should apologize for the crackles and noise on some of these records but I’m afraid they’ve seen a lot of action over the years, some of them having been mainstays in my record box as long as I can remember.
Artwork by Chimp & Ekta