Om Records is proud to present a new style of remix album from J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science, ‘Soul Vibrations,’ The Dub Remixes. Following in the footsteps of Dub Masterpieces like Massive Attack’s “No Protection” or Roots Manuva’s “Dub Come Save Me” J-Boogie takes his album into outer space and packs it into the bong. After releasing Soul Vibrations in September 2008 with critical acclaim, J-Boogie continued the vibe with music videos, Youtube features, remixes from Vadim, Crazy P and King Most, a tour with Herbaliser and an appearance on the latest Mushroom Jazz. Staying fresh on the festival circuit, touring with the likes of Bassnectar, Vadim, Spearhead, Widespread Panic, and opening up for legends such as Breakestra, RJD2, PPP, Nickodemus, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, J-Boogie has also made several international DJ trips to cities in Japan, Columbia, Canada and India. Producing remixes for Mark Farina, Alice Russell, DJ Sabo, DJ Vadim, Karsh Kale, Miguel Migs and Zeph & Azeem, J-Boogie has gained multitudes of respect within the hip-hop, soul, electronic, dance and jam band community. ‘Soul Vibrations’ is a perfect blend of why we’ve come to love him: bangin beats, future soul, dance floor party tracks and organic instrumental compositions.
‘Soul Vibrations The Dub Remixes’ is the next step in tripped out remixes from the funky studio sound of Space Echo’s and Analog Delays, featuring the full horn and percussion section plus an all-star line-up of friends having their vocals sent through the dub box including Lyrics Born, Zumbi (of Zion I), Crown City Rockers, Ohmega Watts, Rich Medina, Capitol A, Tony Moses, The Mamaz, Deuce Eclipse, Rithma, Tim’m West, Jennifer Johns, The Rebirth, Lunar Heights, and more. “The Dub Remixes” are destined to become a stoner’s classic soundtrack for the Summer.
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