Category Archives: 7″s

Monkey Marc – Post Traumatic Dub (7″)

MONKEY MARC
“Post Traumatic Dub”

JTR7-12
release date: 26. Oct 2017

7″ vinyl, digital

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The second 7inch in the Jahtari floppy disc series sees the return of Monkey Marc from the red sands of the Australian outback to his solar powered studio inside a shipping container on a Melbourne junkyard.

Cooked up between old school samplers, obscure synths and tape delays the cuts on this double-sided disc come right from the edge of an abysmal echo chamber: cavernous reverbs, the extra-lush keys from an Emulator III and Monkey Marc’s huge MPC 3000 sound that’s entirely his own.

Limited to 300 copies!

Also keep an eye out for Monkey Marc’s other projects, like his JA produced smasher “No Surrender“, his upcoming album with UK mic legend YT, or past classics like his “Planet Smashers” EP on Jahtari from 2014 and his track for Roots Manuva’s 4everrevolution album, “Who Goes There“.

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MONKEY MARC

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Peter King – One Shot Of Vodka (7″)

PETER KING
“One Shot Of Vodka”

JTR7-11
release date: 26. Oct 2017

7″ vinyl, digital

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Rough and rugged Jahtari 7″-floppy disc with a rudebwoy riddim by the rub-a-dub hacker team Art & Naram, well known in the community for their Red Robin productions.

Epic drunkard’s tale by the fast chat originator himself on the A-side  – Peter King is heading down to the pub this time, returning from Maffi’s “Killah Tape EP” with even more story twists, odd rhyme meters and a recipe for disaster.

Jammed straight to an 8-track cassette deck in the Jahtari studio, mixed by disrupt and coming with an high density dub on the flipside.

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Limited 500 copies edition!

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PETER KING NARAM
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Lee Perry – Scientific
Dancehall (Jahtari versions)

LEE PERRY
“Scientific Dancehall”

(Jahtari versions)

on On U Sound
release date: December 2016
limited 7″ vinyl (€19,90]


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The Upsetter Meets Jahtari In The Secret Laboratory bring together a meeting of minds for this digi-dub 8-bit 9-bar remix package being transmitted all the way from the year 2026.

The Adrian Sherwood and Style Scott-produced Lee “Scratch” Perry original, Scientific Dancehall is a rolling drumfunk heavy jazzy bumper that has long been a firm fav round these parts, but we’d almost go as far to say the Jahtari updates from Disrupt & Rootah re-route the original transmission through a pixelated Echo Dek that blends the digi-dancehall sound into something resembling the outer reaches fellow astral-travellers Tapes, Equiknoxx, Seekers & the Bokeh Versions crew.

This 7″ came out on On U Sound as a Black Friday 2016 limited edition – rare!

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ROOTAH


DISRUPT

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Danny Dread –
Chatty Mouth Defeat

DANNY DREAD
“Chatty Mouth Defeat”

CM04
release date: 21.12.2015
7″ vinyl (€ 3,90), digital


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The mysterious Reverend Danny Dread descends from the mist-shrouded hills of the Jamaican hinterland to deliver a sermon to all dibby dibby soundbwoys who run their mouths. Originally cut as a dubplate on a Naram riddim engineered from the DNA of an obscure early 90s Jammys cut, “Chatty Mouth Defeat” makes it clear it’s not wise to ramp with the Colonel.

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Junior Cat –
See Di Bobo Dread

JUNIOR CAT
“See Di Bobo Dread”

CM03
release date: 21.12.2015
7″ vinyl (€ 3,90), digital


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The next round of Colonel Mustard’s grenades are ready to be launched, with two veteran raggamuffin deejays riding military-grade riddims developed by Naram and disrupt.

First up, original Wild Apache legend Junior Cat unleashes a rapid-fire lyrical assault on those who fail to respect the foundations and culture of real dancehall music. “See Di Bobo Dread” shows the cat is still in fine form, riding the depth-charger bassline of Naram’s Feline riddim with gruff finesse.

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Naram


NARAM

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Face & Sheenyboo –
Dangerous

FACE & SHEENYBOO
“Dangerous”

CM02
release date: 19.01.2015
7″ vinyl, digital


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This second 7″ from the Colonel marks the debut of two wicked young artists straight outta Asher Senator’s school of fast chat in Brixton – Face and Sheenyboo.

Recorded on an original Naram riddim with an upful twist, these talented singjays have come up with a soundkilling anthem for the new generation – with the refrain “Dangerous, soundbwoy bite di dust, you haffi deh pon twitter if you waan follow us” sure to resonate over both dancehalls and social media networks across the land!

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Daddy Freddy –
Long Way

DADDY FREDDY
“Long Way”

CM01
release date: 19.01.2015
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Naram and the Jahtari posse have formed an unlikely alliance with a mysterious gentleman named Colonel Mustard to launch a new label focusing on contemporary music that’s directly inspired by ruffneck 1980s and early 90s dancehall. Operating out of the harsh desert landscapes of Coburgistan, the Colonel is a hard taskmaster, and he’s put Naram and disrupt to work to cook up a trailer load of killer relicks and deadly original riddims.

With the Colonel’s impressive sphere of global influence, the riddims are finding their way to some of the wickedest artists from dancehall’s golden era – as well as brand new talents he’s unearthed to carry on the style and fashion. Watch the ride and don’t test, because the Colonel is stockpiling serious ammunition!

The first artist to grace the new Colonel Mustard imprint is the man Guinness Book of Records found to be the world’s fastest chatter back in 1989 – the incomparable Daddy Freddy. Riding a deadly Naram relick of the Bad Boy Wadat riddim, Long Way finds Freddy marching through an apocalyptic world filled with wickedness and corruption to deliver a frighteningly ruff sermon of righteous indignation against the evil-doers.

Disrupt joins Naram on the version to launch a further warhead against the Babylonians with a menacing dubwise cut.

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Maffi –
Heidi Riddim

Maffi
“Heidi Riddim”

JTR7-09 / JTR7-10
release date: 13.09.2013
2 x 7″ vinyl, digital


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The next edition of Jahtari’s highly collectable 7” series sees Maffi return with a big bad thing called Heidi Riddim. Built from the DNA of Sleng Teng – Heidi flips the scripts on this most classic of classics by taking it to the black keys, in a minor key style and fashion. With its thick deadly bass line at the fore, Heidi has been specifically engineered to kill tin pan sounds and discombobulate Babylonians.

First in line to ride this creation is special agent 001, Speng Bond, who comes correct to warn all those foolhardy enough to think it’s wise to ride the White Horse and ramp with cocaine. On the version, Jahtari’s chief dubologist, disrupt, investigates just how far this dangerous new strain of Sleng Teng can be mutated.

With the other 7”, also pon Heidi, it’s all about old meets new: On the A side, with Run Di Session, the 16 year-old Parisian phenomenon Junior Roy demonstrates exactly why he has been creating such a wave amongst discerning dancehall fans lately. His distinctive vocal style bears uncanny similarities to the likes of Little Kirk and Yami Bolo at their prime, circa 1987.

On the flip, the veteran thoroughbred Lord Sassafrass gallops across the riddim with the same panache that saw him rule dancehalls across Jamaica in the 1980s. Lyrically, the legendary Sassa offers a compelling case for why the Horseman style he and his crew pioneered stands head and shoulders above the overhyped slackness being peddled by many today.

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Solo Banton –
No

Solo Banton
“No / Dancehall Nice Again”

JTR7-07 / JTR7-08
release date: 28.10.2010
2 x 7″ vinyl, digital


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After his timeless smasher “Talk To Me” (on Maffi-7″ JTR7-02) Solo Banton is back big time with two bass-charged dancehall bombs, ready to win hearts, minds and any sound clash with ease.

“No” is one of those rare and highly inspiring all-out statements that has the power to change anybody’s life into that of a Jedi knight instantly, delivered with enough straightforward energy to make sure every single line strikes home as another nail in the lid of the system’s coffin. A Rootah refix of the track already appeared on the recent “Jahtarian Dubbers Vol. 2” compilation.

For “Dancehall Nice Again” Solo Banton teams up with singer and brother-in-arms Trevor Irie on a deadly Maffi killer that should give any club safety inspector a heart attack. A 100% vibes-powered space rocket that won’t miss it’s aim, destined to detonate right on the decks.

The explosives come ready-to-DJ as a handy two disc set with each of the Dubs pressed on the other 7″, thus making mixing vocal cut and version xtra easy without the need of buying two of the same copies.

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Pupajim –
I Am A Robot

PUPAJIM
“I Am A Robot”

JTR7-06
release date: 24.02.2010
7″ vinyl, digital


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This relentless 7″ module by the man called Pupajim – our fave robot model of French fabrication – is number five in the ultra-collectible series programmed by the Maffi scientists. With one of the most unique vocal styles of our space age Pupajim short-wires classic Reggae sockets here with a genuine sound chip of his own design to execute the Dub-A-Dub source code with the easy flick of a mechanical wrist.

On side B Jahtari main electrician disrupt is taking a close look into the strippped down Maffi schematics, kicking it only with a minimum set of transistors to leave enough space for other MC-bots.

If good Ganja weed is also your favourite kind of electricity then this cute circuit-bent wax might shift the gear in your hips to DANCE MODE instantly while stimulating the nerdy side of your brain.

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10 DUB
20 A
30 GOTO 10

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