Riddim Chango flashing from Tokyo to Bristol, and back again with this one!

Another strong Bristol – Tokyo connection on this one, with Japanese steppers & grime stalwarts ‘Bim One Productions’ linking up with Bristol dons Digistep (who also lays down some prime Saxophone for the ‘Easton Horns’ cut) and Stryda, the two veterans who go by the name of Dubkasm.
Flip it around, and another long-time player in the Bristol-game steps forward –
Rudey Lee delivers signature style on the dancehall lick of ‘Turn On The Heat’ (some of you may remember that ‘BS0’ 7″ from a few months back, with the Ishan Sound remix – well, here’s the original!)

Killer one-drop, heavy dubwise moves on the A Side, followed by a dub straight from the Dubkasm mixing desk in Easton, BS5… This one is a ‘bass growler’ as we like to call them, and it will surely get bodies grinding and twisting in the dance.

B Side instrumental has a real tinge of Gorgon Sound to it, perfectly complimenting Rudey’s fluid vocal style, proper shak out business this one, vocal & version to follow!

Fire!

This one is pretty limited, and it will go fast –
Don’t delay if you want one.

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