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More Bass Than Space

by Various Artists

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For the final instalment in our compilation reissue series, we’re proud to present the 2022 edition of More Bass than Space.

We were unable to track all the artists down but are glad to make over eighty percent of the original collection available.

This is what we said at the time:

“Three years on from the cult classic, Dubbed on Planet Skunk, the Dubmission crew return at last, taking the bass all over the place with their usual blend of styles, sounds and cultures. More Bass than Space finds an array of artists from many different genres further exploring the boundaries of dub.

Some would question whether it could be called dub at all. For Dubmission, dub is the ruler, the guide, the inspiration - dub's arrangements, techniques and basslines can all be heard here, in one way or another. This is music under the influence of dub, not just some digital emulation.

Dubmission's blend of blissful beats, twisted roots and psychedelic steppers makes More Bass than Space a welcome addition to any music lovers collection - after all, we all need more serious basslines in our lives.”


released December 23, 2022

1. Tomato Sleuth by Baked Boanz.
Written, Engineered and Performed by Rob Risso, Ash Hopkins, Pooch and Andy Guthrie.
Produced by 100th Monkey.
Recorded at Lazy Moon Studios, Warwickshire.

2. Thievery Dub by Tribal Drift Vs Andy B
Written by Duncan Bridgeman, Nigel Butler and Cyrung.
Produced by Duncan Bridgeman and Andy Bull.
Remixed by Andy Bull.
Recorded at Moody Studios, West London.

3. Herbal Remedy by Another Green World.
Written and Produced by Paul Chousmer.
Recorded at The Emerald Planet, Dorset.

4. We’re High by Walter Ego.
Written and Produced by Simon Posford.
Recorded at The Hallucinogen Sound Laboratory, Dorset.

5. Red Eyed Dub by V-Neck
Written and Produced by Mark Churcher and Doug Martin at The Spike, South West London.

6. Jahamrama by Knights Of The Occasional Table.
Written by Packett, Radford and Cowan.
Recorded at The Virtual Treehouse, South East London.

7. League Of Nations by Process .
Written and Produced by Sean Williams.
Recorded at Process Studio, Surrey.

8. Creation by Etherealites.
Written and Produced by Ian Willingham.
Engineered by Neil.
Recorded at Nations Vibration HQ, South London.

9. OnU SoundsWarped by Singers and Players vs Assassin
Written by Roydel Johnson
Original produced by Adrain Sherwood
Remixed by Tony Assassin
Recorded at various studios

10. Forbidden Land by The Dub Factory.
Written and Produced by M. Parvez.
Recorded at Blue Studio, Leicester.

11. Aix Vibration by Curly Top.
Written, Mixed and Produced by Ned Bigham.
Co-Arranged by Jay Far-I.
Recorded at Ocean Bloem , West London.

12. Virtual Persuasion by Outcast.
Written and Produced by Davide Arcoleo.
Recorded at Kingsize Studios, Hersham.

13. Deepwater Black by Kaleidoscope.
Written and Produced by Caspar Kennerdale.
Recorded at Indiscreet Studios, South London.

14. Midnight Bazaar by Blu.
Written and Produced by Leo Wyndham.
Recorded at Deep Structure Studios, North London.

15. 10 Ton Laboratory by Woob.
Written and Produced by Paul Frankland and Tim Grabham.
Recorded at Lunar.

16. There's Nothing So Dated As Yesterday’s Future by Doof.
Written and Produced by Nick Barber.
Recorded at Doof Studios, South West London.

17. Just One More by Bluey.
Written, Produced and Engineered by Bluey.
Recorded at East Tarkaka Studios, New Zealand.

Originally mastered by Pete Crooks
Re-mastered by Toby Marks

Original photo by Austin Harrigan
Original design by Psiberia

Released by Dubmission Records
PO Box 14988, London, SW6 2WL, UK


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