Mixes, Music

Dub Devil


A roots and dub mix with a few self made discomix edits thrown in…

Release The Chains – Barry Brown
Crying Over You – The Heptones
A Place Called Africa – Junior Byles
South Africa – The Travellers
Look Out For The Devil – Junior Dan
Live And Love – Wayne Jarrett
Dub And Fulfil – Horace Andy
It’s A Dubbing Lie – Earnest Wilson
Working Hard For The Rent Man – Junior Delahaye
King In My Empire – R&S w/ Cornel Campbell
Queen In My Empire – R&S w/ Jennifer Lara
Undercover Dub – Lee Scratch Perry meets Bullwackie
Mind Blowing – Jerry Johnson & Wackies Rhythm Force
Friday Night Jamboree – Jah Thomas
Higher Field Marshall – The Wailers Band
No Partial – Rhythm & Sound
Travelling – Debra Keese & The Black Five


Dub Devil Mixx


  1. jitterbug says:

    nice one, looks brilliant. just downloaded and gonna listen now, sunday morning style, with hangover and spliff… reports to follow 🙂

  2. Sotek says:

    20 mins in… brilliant so far.

  3. Jackamoto says:

    Looking VERY nice. DL’ing. Thanks J5.

    Look Out For The Devil – Junior Dan – been playing this loads recently.

  4. leo says:

    and he does it again! another classic selection. thanks!

  5. jonny5 says:

    thanks for the comments. glad to see you’re enjoying the mix.

  6. sam says:

    great selection, great mix – thanks. loving the jerry johnson track. decent sound quality / bitrate too!

  7. jonny5 says:

    nice one, big fan of that jerry johnson track myself, it’s one hasn’t been reissued yet as far as i know. the bass line is a killer 🙂

  8. Mathias Stainer says:

    wow. WOOOW!!! i think i should bring it on my party tonight…
    bringing tha dub(step) to austria 🙂

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