Bunda EP

November 28th, 2011

Dub Temple releases the debut EP from Brisbane based producer, Bunda. Phat drums and rhythms, with well tuned production qualities, these beats make for some tasty listening.

Art work by Joe Baker – http://www.bakedlab.com/

DT comes through with a nice new website also. Check it below!

FREE DL – http://dubtemplerecords.com/releases.html

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Bunda Promo

November 17th, 2011

Dub Temple Release : Bunda (FREE ALBUM DOWNLOAD) from Joe Baker on Vimeo.

Coming soon on Dub Temple. Video by bakedlab.

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Voodoo Science One (DTR011)

November 9th, 2011

FREE DL – http://dubtemplerecords.bandcamp.com/album/voodoo-science-one

Collaborative EP from Science Project, Hope One and Voodoo Dred. Dubby tribal jazz with bass. Get on it.

 

 

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DTR Podcast 001

November 4th, 2011

Dub Temple records put out their inaugural podcast featuring guest mixes from Arku (White Rhino) and Walrii (Dank Morass), hosted by Phoebe Baker. Walrii’s mix features an unreleased original production from the man himself.

DTR: Podcast 1 Arku & Walrii by DTR Podcast

Feet in the Earth guest Mix by Walrii (DM11)
DTPODCAST001

Tracklist

Julian Abelar – The Bubble of Perception (giftedandblessed.bandcamp)
Szare – Active Five (Idle Hands)
Zach Christ – Hach Me (Shigeto’s 4AM Edit) (Moodgadget)
Four Tet – Circling (Domino)
Shed – Mayday (Oston Gut)
CHLLNGR – Out of your Hands (Green Owl)
Aches – Bullet Sleep (Exitab)
Option Command – Hidden Valleys (Outlier)
Stayput – Aardvarck (Eat Concrete)
Walrii – Winds (mix1)
Lukid – Park it Low (Glum)
Ward 21 Productions – Pit Bull (Soul Jazz)

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Blood Dunza – A Change is gonna come (DTR010)

October 25th, 2011

 

Lai Fai a.k.a. Blood Dunza is based in Hong Kong and a dj/producer and member of the ‘Hong Kong Heavy‘ collective. Check this tidy debut release on Dub Temple Records, boasting stacked rhythms and hypnotic qualities covering a spectrum of vibes.

Artwork by Berlin based designer and producer Joe Shakespeare aka Shankles

FREE DL – http://dubtemplerecords.bandcamp.com/album/blood-dunza-a-change-is-gonna-come

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8Man – Loops EP (Dub Temple)

October 11th, 2011

Dub Temple Records founder and Science Project member, 8Man has just dropped his debut of insanely smooth beats and loops (obviously). Another release of high quality Brisbane music. Are you listening?

FREE DL – http://dubtemplerecords.bandcamp.com/album/8man-loops

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Voodoo Dred EP (Dub Temple)

September 2nd, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music by Vee Jay aka Voodoo Dred
Artwork by Warren Handley

FREE DL – http://dubtemplerecords.bandcamp.com/album/voodoo-dred-dtr007

We here at the Morass, having followed the merging of hip hop and electronic music for many years, are extremely excited to see this EP released in a world where so much music lacks a lasting resonance. The Voodoo Dred EP is deeply personal and conceptual, put together with spirituality, soul and intelligence.

Born in Mexico City to Haitian parents, VOODOO DRED a.k.a. Vadim Juste-Constant moved to Australia when only 3. Music was a major part of his family life, his father being a well renowned touring singer throughout Haiti and Mexico. Mainly growing up in Sydney, Brisbane and later Darwin, all impacting on the developing artist VOODOO DRED. In 2007, he arrived in Melbourne, looking for a new channel for his compelling/dynamic love for music. He has been touring as a diverse artist since 2000 not only as VOODOO DRED but as an MC/singer and musician playing instruments from drums, guitar, bass and percussion in bands such as Culture Connect and Gorilla Step with DJ Dexter.

“The concept of what I want to create is to continue the west African tradition of a Griot but in an urban, contemporary sense. Going back to traditional African beats and translating them into a hip hop context, I believe traditional African drumming is the original “trance” music because back in the day they would play these rhythms for days on end and literally get into a trance.” – VJ

Damn DT you’ve done it again…

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Brisbane Label Love

July 10th, 2011

Here is a deluge of unique music from good friends. All of the below is of the utmost quality. Listen and decide for yourself…

Total Stranger – Sleepless EP
Bladerunner funk with dance-floor impact.

Total Stranger – Sleepless ep (promo vid) from ATLASt on Vimeo.

King Tubby Beat Tape
Another collection of 20 free beats from Dub Temple Records featuring dubbed out sounds in tribute to the great King Tubby…

Robber Rock – Epoch (Steady Robbin’ Version) by Dub Temple Records

Pedestrian – Not Waving but Drowning
Atmospheric dance-floor pressure for any dark dubstep lovers crate.

Pedestrian – Not Waving But Drowning / Interzone by Ender Records

 

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Ender and Dub Temple Records release free compilations

May 20th, 2011

Some local fire has been circulating lately with 2 compilations being released within the last month. Dub Temple, started by Morass affiliates Science Project and Ender Records championed by Herts, have both blessed us with this local heat in the form two tasty compilations both of which feature Dank Morass’ own Walrii on original productions.

Click cover art to download the comps.

Firstly, Dub Temple is conceptualising the roots of remix culture in a series of beat tapes that pay tribute to the greats of Jamaican music. The first beat tape is comprised of local, national and international beat makers who make their own interpretations of Bob Marley’s back catalogue, the man who brought reggae to the world. The Bob Marley Beat Tape features such a variety of broken rhythms and bass illustrating not only the potentials in the art of remix but also the depth of talent amongst local producers in Brisbane and their affiliates. Big up to The Temple!

The 2nd compilation is brought to the masses by the Ender records camp… This is a promo that shows the great music from the label and its bright future. A collection of dubstep, breakcore, 909-electro-bass, hip hop and atmospheric experimentation. Check it out!

Science Project live at Bar Soma supporting Mount Kimbie…

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