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Smith & Mighty - Ashley Road Sessions 88-94 download album

  • Performer: Smith & Mighty
  • Album: Ashley Road Sessions 88-94
  • FLAC: 1374 mb | MP3: 1605 mb
  • Released: 2018
  • Style: Dub, Reggae, Acid, Downtempo, Jungle
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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Smith & Mighty - Ashley Road Sessions 88-94 download album

Ashley Road Sessions 88-94.

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Ladies and gentlemen, give it up for Smith & Mighty. This special one-off double label partnership between Pinch’s Tectonic and Peverelist’s Punch Drunk is an endeavour in homage to their Bristol neighbours, whom they both hold in high regard.

Complete your Smith & Mighty collection. Bristol's top dubstep labels Tectonic and Punch Drunk collaborated to release this compilation of old Smith & Mighty recordings, and for good reason. It's a really special collection of tracks that melt together late 80s acid house, early 90s UK rave, Jah Shaka like digital dub and Sleng Teng style electronic dancehall rhythms.

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Ashley Road Sessions 88-94, 2018. Ashley Road Sessions 88-94, 2018. Always Be There (Step Up), 03:42. Tumblin' (Death March), 05:04.

This special one-off double label partnership between Pinch’s Tectonic and Peverelist’s Punch Drunk is an endeavour in homage to their Bristol neighbours, whom they both hold in high regard.

Breakbeat, hardcore, Balearica and acid house all feature as prominently as do the dub, reggae, hip-hop beats and soul with which they're most commonly associated.

Like all great Smith & Mighty productions, it shines when stripped back to a raw beat and a bassline. That this minimalist approach could yield such spellbinding and varied material is remarkable, moreso because the results never sound tired or overfamiliar. Thoughts about legacy and influence aside, Ashley Road Sessions 88-94 is enjoyable on its own terms. The music seems to shrug off its age, showing a vitality that hasn't dimmed at all. Like the dub forefathers they drew from, the duo created an entire mode of expression from delay feedback and spring reverb decays.