JTR 15
  Paul St. Hilaire - Nah Ina It (12")

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In a match made in deep dub heaven, our next 12" sees legendary Berlin-based mic chanter
Paul St. Hilaire, aka Tikiman, meet the indomitable knob tweakers behind the Jahtari Riddim Force.

Opening with the cavernously deep Rhythm & Sound-esque Nah Ina It, Tiki strikes a lyrical blow
against the myriad Babylonian forces creating schisms across our world. And no reprieve is granted
to the evildoers when his conspirator, Raggamuffin Alex, issues a further decree on this epic Rootah
disco mix in a devastating singjay fashion.

On the flip, toes can’t help but tap to the bouncing beat of Who Goes There, with Tiki flexing his fast
chat chops alongside the swirling arpeggios of disrupt’s custom-built SID chip synth (check the video
below to see how the riddim was made!). Tiki then drops back an octave or two on the sweet but
ever-so-slightly demented riddim of One O’Clock Rock to keep things ticking over in a gruff rub-a-dub 

And the finale, Love Jah Now, shows Tiki comes well versatile – with a vocal delivery nodding to the
late, great Sugar Minott. The otherworldly dubwise atmosphere offers the perfect foil for a deeply
conscious message.

As per usual, this record is a strictly limited pressing, so do your ears a favour and bag it quick smart,









8,99 EUR

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Nah Ina It

Who Goes There
One O'Clock Rock
Love Jah Now








the making of the riddim for
'Who Goes There' with a SID synth
and a massively pimped up
Korg Monotron Delay.

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