Hey guys and girls!
We at fabric have been lucky enough to have a real legend within our midst. Mr Ram Jam Rodigan himself is the latest to join our FABRICLIVE back catalogue with a mix to blow your Clarks off! Check it out below!
One of the most appealing aspects of a Rodigan set is that vintage classics are linked to their up-to-the-minute counterparts, so keen listeners will always get a sense of reggae's intense evolution, as well as the way that the genre has influenced other forms of contemporary music, such as hip-hop, house and dubstep. Thus, on FABRICLIVE 54, King Tubby's 'The Roots of Dub' and Joe Gibbs' 'He Dubbed' set the stage for Sly and Robbie's 'Blackboard' and Cadenza's dubstep reworking of Keith & Tex's 'Stop That Train', while Big Youth's evergreen 'Waterhouse Rock' and Tenor Saw's perennial 'Ring the Alarm' pre-empt Cham's gripping 'Ghetto Story', Collie Buddz's infectious 'Come Around', Shaggy's hilarious 'Church Heathen', and Million Stylez's compelling re-cut of 'Police in Helicopter'. Further recent thrills come from Alborosie, Etana, Chezidek, Romain Virgo and Bitty McLean, all serving up hot reggae nuggets for a broad, contemporary audience.
‘FABRICLIVE 54: David Rodigan' is OUT NOW on CD and download! Click here to preview the album and click here to buy...