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Playlist / Winter 2016 Reggae Round Up
Quality Dub came from The Wailers Band, Clive Hunt & Errol Brown. Gee and Attic Salt got soulful. Dug Out and Dub Store got spiritual. Soul Jazz reissued a stack of sought after Studio One sides, including Jackie Mittoo`s “After Christmas”.
Clive Hunt & Errol Brown / Rock A Tone Dub / Dub Store
Wailers Band / Tribute To Y Mas Gan / Cobra
Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus / Yo Yo / Dug Out
Count Ossie & Mystic Revelation of Rastafari / Poem / Dub Store
Test Pressing was founded in October 2008 by Paul Byrne a.k.a Apiento. The site originally posted tracks and mixes across the genres that loosely fitted into the “Balearic” genre, but has slowly developed with reviews, articles, video and interviews and music across the board. Mid-way along the journey Paul Byrne was joined by Robert Harris, a.k.a Japan-resident Dr Rob, and together they now run Test Pressing. The goal of the site is to inform people about things we love. If you have any problem with any music we feature or use please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us here. If you’d like to contribute to the site then feel free to get in touch here as we love to talk. Take care, Apiento & Dr Rob. x.
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Work with us
As well as the Test Pressing website we also work in music supervision (see the 2013/2014 ICA exhibition ‘Moments In Love’ where we created four hours of soundbed) and create bespoke podcasts, through to providing DJs from our network of friends and DJs for club and bar-based events. If you have something that we may be able to help you with then get get in touch here.
We like to review and write about new music that fits our (hard to pin down) world, so if you have anything that you’d like to send in via email then please mail to both Dr Rob and Apiento for consideration. We can’t promise anything but if we like it we’ll get it in somehow – be it podcast, review or snapping it for our Instagram.
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