FABRIC THIS THURS!!!!! (18th NOV)

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FABRIC THIS THURS!!!!! (18th NOV)

Post by pinch » Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:39 pm

So in support of the 'Scientist Launches Dubstep Into Outer Space' release, forthcoming on Tectonic (Dec 6th) - Scientist will be on tour alongside the legendary Upsetters band (of Lee Perry & The Upsetters..), myself, Mala, Loefah and the gorgeous SGT Pokes..

First date on the tour is Fabric - this Thurs (18th Nov) and will also feature an exclusive PA from Emika, vocalling some brand new music we've collaborated on as well as DJ sets from Mala, Loefah, me and, of course the main event - Scientist live dub mixing The Upsetters ! It will be something else, trust me.

Can't stress enough how unmissable this will be - especially on Fabric's Room 1 sound system.. Doors open at 9pm...........

WHO'S ON IT THEN???????


(If you're no where near London then check the full tour dates below..)

SCIENTIST LAUNCHES DUBSTEP INTO OUTER SPACE TOUR, NOV DATES:
18th - Fabric, London
19th - Twisted Pepper, Dublin
20th - The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
21st - Glasgow School Of Art, Glasgow
23rd - Stealth, Nottingham
24th - Concorde 2, Brighton
25th - The Island (formally known as The Old Fire Station), Bristol
26th - Bios, Athens (Greece)
27th - Le Guess Who Festival, Utrecht (Netherlands)


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Re: FABRIC THIS THURS!!!!! (18th NOV)

Post by hookedonsonics » Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:43 pm

usa needs love from this amazing amazing tour but it will never happen

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Post by jj_17 » Tue Nov 16, 2010 2:45 am

one of the most exciting things to happen in a while, cannot wait :n:

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Post by remedy » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:00 am

this will be a mindblowing event...true dub/dubstep pioneers playing at the same venue on a sick soundsystem...jeez it doesn't get much better...if only I had the chance to see this...please tour oz

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Post by _boring » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:46 am

i hate you UK bastards!!!!!!
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Post by laurent__duval » Wed Nov 17, 2010 2:52 am

-boring wrote:i hate you UK bastards!!!!!!
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Post by fredhenson » Wed Nov 17, 2010 6:44 pm

set times?

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Post by wilson » Wed Nov 17, 2010 6:57 pm

Fuuuuccccccck saaaaake :(

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Post by fabriclive » Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:27 pm

WIN TICKETS TO THE FABRIC DATE (TONIGHT!!!) & MERCH (t shirts and test pressings of the vinyl version of the orignal tracks) over at FACT:

http://www.factmag.com/2010/11/18/win-a ... and-merch/


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Post by skimpi » Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:59 pm

yeah this was pretty wicked!
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Post by rob_booth » Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:00 pm

This is officially my favourite album of 2010







"SCIENTIST LAUNCHES DUBSTEP INTO OUTER SPACE!"


Tectonic's most ambitious project to date, ‘Scientist Launches Dubstep Into Outer Space’ sees legendary dub engineer Scientist version 12 exclusive and unreleased dubstep rhythms from the scene’s top producers including Kode 9, Shackleton, Pinch and Mala. It's a vital and unprecedented move for dubstep; one year in the making, uniting roots and futurism in visionary style. In archetypal style, Scientist puts decades of tactile, hands-on experience to work, deftly transforming the killer originals into living, breathing dub music with his most sacred of black arts.

The effect is most radical when he renders the ultra modern surfaces of Guido's 'Korg Back' or Pinch and Emika's prescient stepper '2012', realigning the dance's depth perception with the skill of an electro-acoustic mastermind. No less, when working with vocalists such as Dokkebi Q's Hitomi and poet Roger Robinson in King Midas Sound's 'U' or the dread vibes of Spaceape on Kode 9's 'Abeng', he enhances their duppy potential tenfold. Perhaps most spooky of all is his version of Shackleton's 'Hackney Marshes', morphing the original's Nyabinghi-like percussion into a subtly spiritual and psychoactive slab of riddim minimalism. However, for many the highlights will be the dreadnaught overhauls of Mala DMZ's bassbin punishing 'City Cycle', and Loefah & Sgt. Pokes' 'Dog Money' respectively, realising many dub-fiend's most feverish dreams in ultra-heavyweight fashion.

Hopeton Brown aka Scientist is one of Jamaica's most revered dub engineers. His career behind the mixing desk began in the mid '70s at King Tubby's Dromilly Road studios in Kingston earned him the “Scientist” tag in a legendary conversation between Bunny Lee and King Tubby. By the early '80s he was working at Tuff Gong studios and it was during this period that he created his seminal series of albums for Greensleeves including 'Scientist Rids The World Of The Curse Of The Evil Vampires' and 'Scientist Wins The World Cup'. In the tradition of Lee "Scratch" Perry, King Tubby, and Prince Jammy, Scientist developed a distinct and unmistakable style, manipulating reverb, delay and filters to create transient sonic dimensions which places him as one of the most distinguished dub engineers alive today.

With the advent of dubstep in the early '00s and its subsequent entry to international consciousness, Scientist's influence has never been more pertinent. From its genesis in sweaty, bass-loaded backroom sessions of South and East London to mainstream chart status, dubstep has come to define the cutting edge of dance music while still adhering to the deeply rooted principles of bass and space laid out by the original dub auteurs. Creating an optimized, tactile experience with emphasis on physical bass weight and immersive psychoacoustics is an aesthetic clearly shared by the original Jamaican engineers and the vanguard of contemporary dubstep.

Label boss Pinch says “This project has taken over a year to put together from its conception late last summer. The final results are worth every minute of effort that's gone into this - this is definitely my proudest moment for Tectonic to date. The influence of dub swings round full circle!”

'Scientist Launches Dubstep into Outer Space'

Tracklisting:

Scientist Mixes
1. Pinch ft Emika - '2012 Dub'
2. Armour (Roly Vex'd) - 'The Long Way Dub'
3. Guido - 'Korg Back Dub'
4. Shackleton - 'Hackney Marshes Dub'
5. King Midas Sound - 'U Dub'
6. Loefah & SGT Pokes - 'Dog Money Dub'
7. Distance - 'Ill Kontent Dub'
8. RSD - 'After All Dub'
9. Jack Sparrow - 'Red Sand Dub'
10. Mala (Digital Mystikz) - 'City Cycle Dub'
11. Cyrus (Random Trio) - 'Footsteps Dub'
12. Kode 9 & Spaceape - 'Abeng Dub'

Dubstep Originals
1. Pinch ft Emika - '2012'
2. Armour (Roly Vex'd) - 'The Long Way'
3. Guido - 'Korg Back'
4. Shackleton - 'Hackney Marshes'
5. King Midas Sound - 'U'
6. Loefah & SGT Pokes - 'Dog Money'
7. Distance - 'Ill Kontent'
8. RSD - 'After All'
9. Jack Sparrow - 'Red Sand'
10. Mala (Digital Mystikz) - 'City Cycle'
11. Cyrus (Random Trio) - 'Footsteps'
12. Kode 9 & Spaceape - 'Abeng'

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