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Sai Wan Ho Street Rock

Sai Wan Ho Street Rock

Playing tracks by

Jahtari Riddim Force (Ras Amerlock vs. Volfoniq), Dave Kelly, Hope One, MiM0SA, Mungo’s Hi Fi and more.

A heavy dub mix, full of reggae, electronic, and hip-hop influences. Time and space clash as classic dub tradition meets modern digital innovation from Australia, France, Hong Kong, the UK, the US, and of course Jamaica. I've been listening to a lot of great dub from Dub Temple Records, one of the few labels that highlights Hong Kong dub artists, and this mix greatly reflects that influence. The Mungo's Hi Fi track has been significantly restructured, bringing about a darker and more frenetic second half of the mix, before mellowing out with a sparse version from the legendary Augustus Pablo.

"The man never immetiate, always orriginate" - Scientist

Crafted, assembled, and edited in Hong Kong using Ableton Live on a MacBook Pro.

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The Groove Thief

haha, yeah, I do a fair amount of warping when a track requires it, though I try not and overdo it since then it loses the "live drummer" sound... just gotta find the right balance, especially at the beginnings and ends where the mixing will occur!

Papa Triste

mixing dub, esp the old 70s shit, is a pain in the asshole. are you warping the shit outta these before mixing them?