6 Dub

Artist:6Blocc & TDBZ
Title:I Dubs Vol 6
Label:6 Dub
Another quartet of super-dense bombs from 6Blocc's digital crate of low end redubs, once again detonating in spring-loaded fashion under some familiar hip hop bangers. This series has taken such a grip on the decks by now that it needs no further explanation.
Artist:6Blocc
Title:I Dubs Vol 5
Label:6 Dub
Another quartet of super-dense bombs from 6Blocc's private stash of low end redubs, once again detonating in spring-loaded fashion under some familiar hip hop bangers, helped out this time with a cut from Canadian duo Stick Bubbly & Hydee. This series has taken such a grip on the decks by now that it needs no further explanation, so here's the tracklist, then it's over to you to fill in the blanks ... A1 - 'Thuggish' (Biting a Bone Thugz N Harmony vocal), A2 - 'Forgot About Dre' (SB&H knock the original right out the park), B1 - 'How High' (blunted refix of Meth & Red rhymes), B2 - 'Fu Gee La' ( ... errr ... )
Artist:6Blocc
Title:I Dubs Vol 3 EP
Label:6 Dub
Young Master Blocc does it again with four heavy heavy remixes from his private stash of low end redubs. 'Babylon Bwoy' is heavy dubstep remix of a Baby Cham classic. 'See You Smile' is a medley of well known reggae songs over a hard dub riddim. 'Police In Helicopta' is a retread of John Holt's ganja lament, worked over into a lethal dubstep anthem. An last but certainly not least, 'Just To Get A Rep' finds Gangstarr's dope 1991 cut reshaped in a deep bass music fashion. Mad limited pressing, so grab yours before they make like Keyser Soze.
Artist:6Blocc
Title:I Dubs Vol 1 EP
Label:6 Dub
The incomparable 6Blocc drops some heavyweight science from his secret stash of personal dubs. Soundsystem-tested by the man himself, and sought after by scenesters the world over, these four tracks have already been out and in high demand via his Digital 6 label on download only, but now here's your chance to grab them (some in re-versioned form) on limited vinyl release. Each cut resonates with the trademark 6Blocc badboy bass quake and dirty ragga junglist influences. 'Boom' is all about a monstrous kick drum thud and none-more-massive jumping sub-bass, flavoured with raw-throated emcee call outs. 'Buddy Buddy' winds up the dance like The Bug in timestretched vengeful mood on a heavy steppah rhythm and stomping pneumatic bassline. 'Shine U Gun Remix' is a thoroughly corrupted and abused interpretation of rootical dancehall, and one that could easily find part-time work in the demolition business. Finally, 'The Burning Dub' is a dubstep devastator that will reduce even the most armour-plated rig to smouldering wreckage.