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Tags : | Jungle | 4.70 MB | Featured

Description : Not my own work, but a remix of Arkeyetexture's fantastic Raggamuffin Livity through the rekindling of jahknow's Dub Guild. It's been too long since I uploaded anything here, and thought I'd offer a bit of Dubbery to make up for it. Enjoy.

Arkeyetexture's original can be listened to here:

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  1. Itegrator
    Itegrator on Sun 27th Sep 2015 - 5 years ago

    HeyHoy my musical Brother....Long time no connexion...

  2. izanchans
    izanchans on Sat 19th Sep 2015 - 5 years ago

    love this!

  3. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Tue 15th Apr 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hey friend

    Read reviews on this, I actually love what you have done with this one, more so is you have put your style on it, which is something I like about your tunes, very much like Spiv does with his tunes, Spiv more so then you mate but you have your own sound, which is good here on site as to many try to sound like the jones next door, you know what I mean, looking forward to see what new stuff you have here over next week or two, again thank you so much for your email and review of my latest track, you are a good friend mate...Thank you with all my heart matey...Peace and much Respect dude...Mosaic...

    Reply by n0mad23

    My pleasure friend! I actually just got done with another remix of an Arkeyetexture track that I'm more happy with - it sounds more "n0mad23-esque" if you know what I mean. Sure am enjoying taking a stab at these Dub Guild remixes! Thanks for the listen and review!

  4. Apieceoftofu
    Apieceoftofu on Tue 15th Apr 2014 - 7 years ago

    Does dub usually have a kick drum? I think a really solid kick would help give the listener a point of reference to feel the groove. Without it I tend to get a little lost. Still cool vibe though.

    Reply by n0mad23

    I thought it had more to do with bass than a kick - but right you are. The original was posted as "Jungle Dub" and upon reflection, this is more "jungle" than "dub" so I'm relabeling it. Thanks!

  5. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Fri 11th Apr 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hi. I don't know the original so it's a little bit hard to know quite what you're doing on this one. Probably just putting it through your trademark nomad swirling maelstrom dub filters.

    As you said - you're not playing anything on this.

    "Raggamuffin Livity through the rekindling of jahknow's Dub Guild."

    I don't know what that means. You're splicing together two tracks?

    Anyway - I liked it more on the second listen. Has it been speeded up from the original?

    Maybe not - maybe just faster swirling drums added to make it more frenetic.

    I guess it kind of feels like it should have some vocals somewhere but it would be pretty cool out live at a club. Or as a bit of soundtrack music as it's got some good energy and I could see a busy doing stuff/running montage set to this.

    It probably lack for variety for my tastes and the final section after the last breakdown isn't much different from preceding sections.

    But it's still good stuff so well done on your cavernous dub remix. I guess I should look up the original!

    Reply by n0mad23

    The Dub Guild is an anarcho-collective group of 12 artists originally brought together by jahknow who was an artist here, who unfortunately passed away in 2011. I've added the link to arkeyetexture's original track here, and those who follow the link will see the track is posted as a Dub Guild collab request. I've stripped three tracks from the original for my remix, and interpreted it with n0mad23 eardrums. There's a version of arkeyetexture up on Soundcloud that uses lyrics as well, so the idea you've presented is indeed a good one. I personally haven't done a lot of remixing of others' work, so this was really rather experimental for me. Cheers.

  6. theHumps
    theHumps on Fri 11th Apr 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hey Sean, good to see you popping in here once in a while again. So glad you posted something new, you always seem to make my mind work overtime when I listen. jahknow's Dub Guild, damn, that brings back some good memories from a few years ago on the loop. I see Arkey once in a while here and we ALL miss jahknow's input and presence here.

    Are you still using Ableton? I made the switch just over a year ago, worth it in my opinion. The track has moments of psychedelic flashbacks(make it stop) and lots of cool dubby things happening. Sorry for all the technical terms,lol. I listened in my headphones, nice use of the stereo field. The mix sounds pretty clear, well done to both of you.

    Hope the radio station gig works out for you. I've stopped in and listened a few times but I haven't caught your show at all. I will have to make it a point to stop over and chat. Hope everyone is fine at home, take care Sean.


    Reply by n0mad23

    I'll have to share the story of the Dub Guild resurrection sometime - pure cosmic convergence episode. Simmerdown even popped up out of the woodwork feeling the pull one afternoon - so weird, that. We're trying to do what jahknow originally planned, which is a collective of like minded artists sharing resources and making available each other's work for remixing purposes. Some really awesome remixes have come out of this in the last few weeks. I'm still using Live 8 with my APC-40 and Axiom-25 keyboard, and can't imagine really working with any other DAW at this stage. My radio show tends to be Dub themed on most weeks, but I'm also doing "peregrinations" where I spend 2 hours just playing music from Africa or inspired by African musical traditions, as well as Asian peregrinations. I've played your "Lost Caravan" on one such peregrination show all ready (fit great for my stop in North Africa)! I'm on Tuesdays at 2PM EST should you find yourself able to swing by sometime. So glad to see you're still around and making awesome music, Wayne. Still look forward to sitting down with you sometime over dungeness crab and comparing life notes!

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