Kanadyjski Dubmatix zremixowany! Fuzja reggae, dub, electro, drum'n'bass i dancehall, przy tworzeniu której udział wzięli: The Mighty Diamonds, U Brown, Omar Perry, Gregory Isaacs, Zion Train i inni. Nadaje Collision - sublabel speców od współczesnego rasta Echo Beach.
Jesse King aka Dubmatix is a dub mastermind from Canada. His albums "Champion Sound Clash" (2005), "Atomic Subsonic" (2006), "Renegade Rocker" (2008) and, most recently, "System Shakedown" (2010), hit the spot worldwide and shook up the reggae massives all over the planet. Dubmatix is continually evolving his style, taking new influences on board on each new recording; by now it simply doesn't do justice to the incredible breadth of his work to slap a 'dub' sticker on it. His albums feature an impressive roster of respected guest stars, including Ranking Joe, Alton Ellis, Linval Thompson, Michael Rose, The Mighty Diamonds, Anthony B, Brother Culture, Freddie McGregor and many, many more. These collaborations see him effortlessly incorporating all conceivable facets of reggae and dub with a striking self-assurance and combining them with an exceptional willingness to experiment and take new directions. This kaleidoscope of variety is particularly in force on his latest album, "System Shakedown". As well as working as a musician and producer, King is also a sought-after remixer and app designer, with recent remixes including tracks for the Easy Star All-Stars, John Brown's Body, Zion Train, Martha & The Muffins, Don Letts and Mungo's HiFi.
The concept for this new release materialised in summer 2010: on a tropically hot summer evening in Toronto, Jesse King and Karsten Frehe (Irie Ites Music) came up with the idea and immediately set about contacting some of the world's premier dubheads to get them to contribute to a remix album straight from the bass drum.....! The remix material was so good and there was so much of it that the initially planned album was spontaneo.......