Soviet Dubs Vol. 1 (RT​-​4)

by Vadz

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Soviet Dubs is a new series from Vadz. And it’s all about dubstep. In fact, it’s something between ‘dub’, ‘step’, and ‘tech’, with samples of an old Sovied pop music hits. The first volume consists of 2 tracks. ‘Morre Morre’ (‘Moh-re’ = the sea in Russian) is a storming bass-heavy piece with strongly filtered, but readable insertions of a song about the sea by Yuri Antonov, famous russian singer, plus samples taken from a newscast about a shipwreck. In Russian, of course. Ride the dope wave! The other song is filled with gypsy aesthetics – it uses loops, cut of a song about young woman by Efrem Amiramov (‘Molodaya’ means green-ass in Russian), with a huge chant in it’s second part. A pure nano-gitano reggae riddim! The series of Soviet Dubs won’t grow fast – but the fact that it has already got huge resonance is quite obvious!

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released September 24, 2010

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Russian Techno Russian Federation

Russian Techno label was started by Vadz in late 2007. It’s conception is true, unique techno and electro music with character, coming from Russia. In the middle of 2010 the first physical release, RT-1, vinyl record faced the fingers of techno-DJs all over the world. The record was reviewed by famous UK’s Mixmag magazine and got ‘Tune Of The Month‘ award. ... more

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