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Peter King 7″ in the tube – jam from 8-track cassette

Peter King 7″ in the tube – jam from 8-track cassette

Keep an eye out for this rudebwoy riddim by Art & Naram – should be out on Jahtari-7″ shortly!

Jammed straight onto an 8-track Tascam tape deck during their visit to Leipzig 2 years ago. Now coming with an epic drunkard’s tale by fast chat originator Peter King, called “One Shot Of Vodka”. Stay tuned, severe rowdiness coming up!

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“New Maps” video by Roger Robinson

“New Maps” video by Roger Robinson

New video by Roger Robinson on this extra-heavy Naram riddim cut. Taken from the “Dog Heart City” LP – limited vinyl version just dropped off the press, incl. trippy Kiki Hitomi artwork!

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Roger Robinson’s “Dog Heart City” out on limited vinyl LP

“New Maps” video by Roger Robinson

Hot off the press comes the vinyl version of Roger Robinson‘s epic “Dog Heart City“, originally out last January on (now hard to find) cassette.

Re-mastered and cut by Pole for extra analogue goodness and coming with hand-drawn cover art by Kiki Hitomi, this crucial document of the Brexit era shouldn’t miss in any collectors crate.

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Roger Robinson –
Dog Heart City (LP)

ROGER ROBINSON
“Dog Heart City”

JTRLP10
release date: 03. Aug 2017

LP vinyl, digital

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After their highly acclaimed album “Dis Side Ah TownRoger Robinson and disrupt are returning with a reel full of new tales about survival in a Dog Heart City. These stories, delivered in Robinson’s full vocal spectrum between low-end dub poetry tremors and haunting falsetto singing, are trying to make the invisible lives visible: giving people affected by gentrification, racism, unemployment and low wage work a sense of authority and aesthetic nobility.

Each song on this tape became a story in that city, while the tape itself is like the city holding these stories. “Nightshifttells about the workers who clean the buildings where power is held, and the contrast between their lives and where they clean. “Flowers” comments on the rate of young black men getting killed, where another victim dies even before the last mourning flowers have dried. There are stories about tower block life, the claiming of a postcode or how the city wears a Swastika like a proud badge in Post-Brexit UK.

This beautiful cassette collects a pile of special riddim cuts from the Jahtari vaults, from re-edited classics by Bo Marley, unreleased gems by John Frum, to completely new experiments, all lovingly dubbed live and soaked in analogue goodness by disrupt.

Stunning hand-painted cover art by Kiki Hitomi, strictly limited tape run!

UPDATE: The limited cassette run is sold out!

Available now on digital HERE, Vinyl coming soon!!

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original cover art by Kiki Hitomi available HERE.

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Lee Perry vs. Jahtari 7″ on On U Sound

Lee Perry vs. Jahtari 7″ on On U Sound

A Jahtari 7″ with Lee Perry and Adrian Sherwood, out on On U Sound, mastered & cut by Dubplates & Mastering, distributed by Warp… well, we couldn’t be more honored and happier with the result: the two tripped out Rootah and disrupt versions are sounding as tuff as they should.

It appeared on On U sound as a limited Black Friday 2016 edition end of last year, and a few copies of this very hard-to-find wax made it over to our Jahtari shop. So best head quickly over HERE.

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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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With a background in breakcore, weirdo electronic music and a love for video game soundtracks disrupt and a trashy laptop set out on a mission to unite bits and bytes with the goodness of DUB back in 2003.

Starting the Jahtari imprint as an outlet for those humble but fun experiments helped to gain momentum for the sound and DIY approach the label is now known for. A fair heap of releases followed since 2007: “Foundation Bit” (on Werk Discs), “The Bass Has Left The Bilding” (LP), “Dot Matrix With Stereo Sound” and many ruffneck dancehall EPs and 7″s alongside Maffi and Naram.

Disrupt also produced the cosmic enka LP “Karma No Kusari” by Kiki Hitomi, and the dub poetry epics “Dis Side Ah Town” and “Dog Heart City” by Roger Robinson.

With the cosmic library albums “Omega Station” and “The Recreation Room” on the new Zonedog imprint, disrupt now ventures out deeply into the unexplored space between dub and sonic fiction.

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