1. avatar TheElectricMoccasins
    Anyone into this carry on at all? I am, and in a big way. I occasionally dabble in a bit of the auld electronic music but never had I attempted these genres, so I decided to give it a whirl. Here's my deep reggae/dub remix of the Symarip classic 'Skinhead Moonstomp'.

    Let me know what ya think, cheers.


    Also, if anyone else writes/produces anything in this vein feel free to post it in this thread! I'd love to have a listen.
  2. avatar yopetheboi
    sounding good lad!
  3. avatar TheElectricMoccasins
    Thanks man!
  4. avatar TheElectricMoccasins
    Keeping the dubby vibe with this new remix of Bob Marley's 'Exodus', with a little jungle surprise at the end! Check it out.

  5. avatar Alex-Circadian
    Just finished off some more dub, this time going all out on the hypnotic, tripped-out front. It samples Barrington Levy's 'Look Youthman', check it and download it for free [url=https://soundcloud.com/operatorhabit/operator-habit-jah-coming]here.[/url]
  6. avatar simonmog
    not production, but i did this mix from 7"'s recently

  7. avatar Alex-Circadian
    Just finished this reggae remix of [url=https://soundcloud.com/operatorhabit/skrillex-damian-marley-make-it]Skrillex & Damian Marley - Make It Bun Dem[/url]. I've always been a fan of Damian Marley's vocals but felt they were let down in this song but Skrillex's random 'dubstep' screechings, so decided to stamp my own intepretation onto it. Hopefully it's somewhat more tolerable than the original. Let me know whatcha think, cheers.
  8. avatar Alex-Circadian
    Currently working on an EP of sorts, strictly dub/reggae/dancehall which I hope to get online within the next week or two. Other than that, I've been experimenting with other styles, like garage, breakbeat, jungle etc. Just finished this jungle/breaks remix of Aretha Franklin's 'A Deeper Love' which I'm pretty pleased with. You can check it out [url=https://soundcloud.com/operatorhabit/aretha-franklin-a-deeper-love]here.[/url] Also have two other tracks up there within the aforementioned styles, including a garage remix of Tomcraft's 'Loneliness' and an original which is a sorta future-garage/breaks/ragga fusion yoke, both for free if anyone wishes to check them out. Again, any feedback would be much appreciated. Cheers :)