RESONATORS / SOMETHING SPECIAL

Seminal UK Dub Outfit

Following on from their critically acclaimed second album ‘Imaginary People’ (championed by the likes of David Rodigan, Huey Morgan, Gideon Coe & many more) seminal UK Dub outfit Resonators return to conquer all with their latest offering.

‘Something Special’ launches headfirst into a hypnotising 4/4 stepper, complete with earth shaking bassline and haunting saxophone lines. Meditative energies run through the dub laced ether, delayed vocals reverberating in the distance. On the flip side ‘Why I (Discomix)’ moves into more introspective, half time territory, drifting slowly through space. Elevating consciousness and disconnecting from reality.

Resonators are without a doubt one of the most powerful and highly regarded dub outfits in the UK, taking all the influences of original Jamaican sounds and riddims, and bringing it forward into the sounds of here and now. With a plethora of new songs under their belt and a further EP scheduled for release later in the year, as well as what’s becoming a very healthy catalogue of crowd-pleasers from their last two albums, Resonators are touring the UK and Europe throughout spring and summer.

Catch Resonators launching the single at The Jazz Cafe on May 4th with support from Prince Fatty and Horseman.

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Something Special  Don Letts, BBC Radio 6Music

Something Special  David Rodgian, BBC R1 XTRA

 

 

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