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Interrupt & Tenor Youthman

We Rule the Dance (Version Excursion)

Reggae Roast

Released: 19th August 2016 | 10 track reggae album

DJ Support: Zam Zam Records, Vibration Lab, Sir David Rodigan, Earl Gateshead, Ras Kwame, DJ Shepdog, Numa Crew, Mungo's Hi-Fi, Origin One, Red Eye Hi-Fi, RSD, BunZero, 6Blocc, Jahtari, Kenny Ken, Poirier, Mr Benn, DJ Vadim, Dub Pistols, Jacky Murda.

Interrupt & Tenor Youthman

'We Rule The Dance' LP (Version Excursion) [RRLP002V]

Reggae Roast Records

Release Date: August 2016

Format: Digital

Now on their thirtieth release of forward thinking UK Reggae music, Reggae Roast continue with hit after hit. This release definitely follows suit, having already done the rounds on dubplate for many months and set alight dances all over the world. They've signed up one of the top up and coming UK producers, Interrupt, for an extended player of instrumental versions to accompany his latest release with Tenor Youthman.

'We Rule The Dance' is packed full of deep & heavy baseline bubblers, built to test any soundsystem! Featuring contemporary updates of 80's digital style riddims pioneered by King Jammy as well as Steelie & Cleevie, this EP is full to the brim with big basslines, authentic Casio keyboard licks and airhorns. This release is sure to set any dancehall alight.

Interrupt is relatively new to the scene and only starting producing in 2012, however his take on the digital Reggae style of the late 1980's is some of the best there is. Now based in London, Interrupt continues to provide his own individual upbeat vibe, which features old-school drum machines, bold basslines and colourful synthesizers. Having worked with Speng Bond, Cubiculo Records and Spanish singers Ponchita Peligros & George Palmer, he already has significant hits under his belt and shows no signs of slowing down.

Reggae Roast is building a formidable catalogue featuring some of the most exciting artists in the UK and beyond. Key players in the resurgence of the UK Roots scene over the past 5 years, they are a leading light in the new generation of dub music. Look out for plenty more releases in the 2016 from the likes of Vibration Lab, Adam Prescott, Brother Culture and many more.

"Ridiculous riddim!"
E3, Zam Zam
"Big release! Will support for sure!"
Vibration Lab, Reggae Roast
"Great stuff, will play on my show."
Sir David Rodigan, BBC 1Xtra
Ras Kwame, Capital Xtra
"Wicked digital styles"
DJ Shepdog, Nice Up!
"Big tunes"
Numa Crew, Numa Crew
"Roast dem!"
Mungo's Hi-Fi, Mungo's Hi-Fi
"Solid tunes, loving the vibes. Looking forward to playing this one out..."
Origin One, Nice Up!
RSD, Smith & Mighty
"Good release"
Kenny Ken, Kenny Ken