Release Schedule
IM001) Blend Mishkin feat. Brother Culture - Lyrical Jam (digital)  (feb 2011)     
IM002) Dirty Dubsters - Queens of Reggae EP (Digital)     (April 2011)
IM003) Dirty Dubsters & Blend Mishkin - Screechy Dan EP (12" vinyl + Digital) (Oct 2011)

IM004) Dirty Dubsters - Oh No EP (12" vinyl + Digital) (Jan 2012)

IM005) Flatline feat. Werd2jah - Slowdown (digital) (Dec 2011)

forth coming on Irish Moss Records
IM006 - Dirty Dubsters feat. Top Cat - Girls Pon Mi Mind (12" vinyl release due out June 2012)

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 IM002 - Dirty Dubsters - Queens of Reggae EP (April 2011)
Those skanking bass mash monsters, The Dirty Dubsters, are here once again for the second release on the newly minted Irish Moss label. This time the vocal duties are firmly in the hands of the ladies,

First up is Wandah the Dainty Queen on “Need to Leave You” who rids herself of her no good man with her direct but graceful flow as the Dubsters slide some deep bass, droning trumpets, an acid line and even a hint of the beatles. Flip for a tough bashment treatment courtesy of Greece’s Blend Mishkin.

Next up is on a funky reggae tip, with Jamaican Chantelle Ernandez on “One Day” and a tale of karmic retribution, as her soulful vocals soar above the Dubster’s dubby hip hop groove. On the remix rota the unmistakable sound of remixes of canada’s Jpod flipping the script completely and turning out a hard bass squelshing beat that suits the vocal sublimely.

Out on Irish Moss Records (Digital) on the 7th April 2011

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IM001 - Blend Mishkin feat. Brother Culture - Lyrical Jam (Feb 2011)
Irish Moss Records get straight to Business with their maiden release with a crisp Production from what must be the hottest producer on the Island of Greece right now; Blend Mishkin. Blend has enlisted the vocal flow of veteran UK Reggae artist Brother Culture to deliver a skanking Deep Reggae groove that definitely tips its cap to the more traditional Jamaican Sound.

Brooklyn's finest Liondub jumps on board for remix duties and delivers a slick, stripped back moody version with haunting echoes and a throbbing bass which sit perfectly beneath his crystal clear beats.

Dirty Dubster's add a different take on things with a mutating bass line that morphs throughout the track resulting in an aggressive bass driven Dubstep riddim complete with delays, nasty synth's and big LFO wobbles!

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