Today we visit Jamaica via Berlin, Germany with the ROHS! camp. They’ve put out a very, and we say very limited seven inch of dub reggae from Beat Pharmacy entitled Tides. Like the ebb and flow of the oceans around the world they do justice to this double side of straight up dub aptly named for the alternate rising and falling of the seas. For those of you who love dub, you’ll be happy with the way these tracks are constructed, and if you close your eyes and open your ears wide, you can for sure hear the rising and falling of both tracks in rhythm. Another brainchild of Brendon Grant Moeller, who’s perpetually been in the studio since the early ’90’s, and has supplied tracks to some of the world’s most prolific DJs, both of these tracks bring you back to the mid ’70’s in JA, ganja smoke billowing around the room, the band locked in hard while the tape is rolling, the echo and reverb changing the atmosphere from hot and steamy to a slower, fuzzed out pace. But it isn’t the mid ’70’s, it’s 2018, and that’s one of the reason these tracks are so tough. This is why we love dub when it’s done right. And baby it’s done right. Jump on this, there aren’t many left.
Check out both tracks below: