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  1. Previously released on Pdxindubting in 2016 on cassette, now is available through ROHS! on CD edition (50 copies) https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/live-from-unknown note: **Free download (name-your-price) till release date** Courtesy of PDXINDUBTING. Shifting rhythms and pulsing tectonics from ROHS! headquarters Live From Unknown is the 3rd album from Sardinian born musician Andrea Porcu. Built with analog gear, the sound is emotive and expansive. Not easy to slot into one style or another, it's a true example of dub laden techno music. The Wire Magazine (review): Andrea Porcu Live From Unknown PDXINDUBTING! DL/MC Little is known about Andrea Porcu, whose aliases include No Politics and Whacky, other than he is Sardinian born, currently based in Berlin and, since late 2007, has been running an under the radar label via Bandcamp called ROHS!. The music it has released in all formats falls mainly in a deep dubtech vein. Best known artists in the roster are Xoki & Hieronymus, who were recently on ZamZam Records out of Oregon. Another figure worth investigating is Desove – Polish musician Pawel Granacky – for his Cruising album from last year. The prevailing sounds on the label are related to but much less beat-laden than Chain Reaction. Ambient washes are prevalent and percussion sounds more muffled; but this new one from Andrea Porcu himself is much more reggae dub centred, and it perhaps best relates to some of the shorter, more focussed outings of Stephen Hitchell in his Intrusion guise, it’s that impressive. “Roll Haze” even sounds whimsically jump up, with a repeated sax line intervention quoting “Get Up, Stand Up”. But the moodiest track is “Leaving Chichibabin”. Carrying a clear dread sound, it’s really in need of a deep cut direct to vinyl.
  2. Dub Techno Master Brendon Moeller is back with a new Dub EP titled "TIDES" under his "Beat Pharmacy" alias. Out on ROHS! RECORDS on 7" vinyl https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/tides
  3. Compilation previews: https://soundcloud.com/rohs-records/previews-dub-affairs-voliii-compilation Dub Affairs Vol.III featuring tracks by: Eder-B, Hemisphere Dub, Babe Roots Feat. Milly James, Mind over MIDI Feat. Paul St. Hilaire, Dub Across Borders, Jah Forcefield, Ondarituale Feat. Mystica Tribe, Akcept, Hieronymus Dub Sounds and Desove. Mastered by The Analog Botanist (Milieu) Original artwork by Andy Mintaka Limited Edition CD - 4 Panels Digipack (200 Hand-numbered copies) Release date: 5 March 2018 Copyright © 2018 ROHS! RECORDS, All Rights Reserved
  4. Docetism - Breast And Vulture ~ "Breast and Vulture" was inspired by personification of "Nature" from "Iconologia" by Cesare Ripa (1560-1622). It was a very influential book containing emblematical representations of virtues, vices, passions and natural phenomena. Nature is depicted as a female figure with milk poring from her breasts and a vulture on her hand. This simple yet powerful image reaveals universal truth that life is accompanied by death, and death is accompanied by life. ~ Link: https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/breast-and-vulture
  5. for fans of dub, dancehall, The Bug, and everyting in between: Kevin Martin's started a monthly RBMA show with a two-hour live dub mix. it's fucking good, chekkit. link
  6. Babe Roots Feat. IXM 'Dub Sessions 1' Link: https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/dub-sessions-1 Limited 7″ press – dubwise from the depths – The Sardinian ROHS! imprint based in Berlin, has cut two killer dubs from the depths of Babe Roots studio, served up in DIY style and fashion on a very limited vinyl-only run. First up, is the Rhythm & Sound inspired ‘Jah Nuh Dub’ trodding in the lower regions of the sonic spectrum, submerged in bassline and distilled dubwise etiquette, with the filtered chords sprawling across the underbelly in the slow envelope of bass and drum, meditatively. On the other side, is the real gem (if you ask us) – ‘Bless Dub’ is a monstrously deep version of The Revolutionaries classic ‘Kunta Kinte’. This rhythm has been versioned a lot already, but Babe Roots interpretation is justified in it’s sense for deep soundsystem aesthetic, with a much more introspective yet equally uplifting edge… This one could also make some pretty serious vibrations on a big speaker – Beware.
  7. Dub Affairs Vol.2 ROHS! Records' first Dub Affairs compilation won the hearts and minds of many dub techno devotees when it appeared back in 2015. This second volume follows a similar blueprint - think scratchy dub techno, drone-encrusted ambient dub and spacey, intergalactic compositions - and is every bit as essential as its predecessor. Highlights include the fluttering melody lines, ultra-deep sub bass and broken rhythms of Gulls' "Inside Way (Version)", the dreamy, slow and low shuffle of "Caligari's Dub" by Bademah, and the exotic, up-tempo dub-tronica of Ondarituale's vocal number "I Segreti Di Una Generazione Di Mezzo". Best of all, though, is arguably Mystica Tribe's "The Bells", a positively loved-up trip into global dub fusion. Link: https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/dub-affairs-vol-2
  8. Shifting rhythms and pulsing tectonics from ROHS! headquarters Live From Unknown is the 3rd album from Sardinian born musician Andrea Porcu. Built with analog gear, the sound is emotive and expansive. Not easy to slot into one style or another, it's a true example of dub laden techno music. Link digital release https://andreaporcumusician.bandcamp.com/album/live-from-unknown-album The Wire Magazine (review): Andrea Porcu Live From Unknown PDXINDUBTING! DL/MC Little is known about Andrea Porcu, whose aliases include No Politics and Whacky, other than he is Sardinian born, currently based in Berlin and, since late 2007, has been running an under the radar label via Bandcamp called ROHS!. The music it has released in all formats falls mainly in a deep dubtech vein. Best known artists in the roster are Xoki & Hieronymus, who were recently on ZamZam Records out of Oregon. Another figure worth investigating is Desove – Polish musician Pawel Granacky – for his Cruising album from last year. The prevailing sounds on the label are related to but much less beat-laden than Chain Reaction. Ambient washes are prevalent and percussion sounds more muffled; but this new one from Andrea Porcu himself is much more reggae dub centred, and it perhaps best relates to some of the shorter, more focussed outings of Stephen Hitchell in his Intrusion guise, it’s that impressive. “Roll Haze” even sounds whimsically jump up, with a repeated sax line intervention quoting “Get Up, Stand Up”. But the moodiest track is “Leaving Chichibabin”. Carrying a clear dread sound, it’s really in need of a deep cut direct to vinyl.
  9. *for fans of Basic Channel, Rhythm and Sound.. etc. Hot riddims straight out of Bialystok, Poland. Link: https://rohsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/cruising-album (Dub, Reggae Roots at its finest)
  10. Mothership Collective - All Nigga Radio Bonding Tapes is pleased to announce the anticipated release of The Mothership Collective's debut album All Nigga Radio. This tape takes the listener on a Funky Voyage with a late night radio broadcast twists. Includes various forms of music like Hip Hop, Funk, Reggae, and also includes commercials, interview snippets and disc jockey ramblings. All Nigga Radio is dedicated to satire and sarcasm and invites the listener to feel the vibes of the music and to view the artwork not for it's original intent, but for how the context is presented. Taking the power away from the original propaganda and incorporating it into our every day lives. The album is available for free or pay what you want download, or on limited edition cassette. Side A Station ID (DJ Supanigga) Nigga Summer (The Funky 7) This Shit Right Here (The Funky 7 Theme song, Tall nigga mix) Nigga Snare Beat (The Mothership) We Don't give a Fuck Nigga (Rondell (featuring Henry Willis on drums) Nigga Rock Commercial (Ram Co) Niggas Comming To Get Ya (The Mothership) Nigga Control (The Mothership) Nigganomitry (The Mothership) Interview With Conart (Ash Hudson interviewed by Lukecage DTLA) Nigga Archeologist (George Clinton) Crazy (RAS) Gedion Commercial Station ID (DJ That Nigga and The Weed Man) Nothing (Corn Row & Dukey Braid) Let the Funk (Lukecage and Dwight Trible) Loose Change (nigga mix The Mothership) Stomp Down Nigga Beat (The Mothership) Candy Pimp (JSwift/Lukecage) Side B Warfare Niggas (The Mothership) Slide Nigga (Rondell) Station ID (DJ Supanigga) Suspect Niggas (Lukecage/Dwight Trible) The Party (Nigga Mix) Getcha’ Own Dick Nigga (Henry Willis) Interview (Chuck De La Chuck and Laura Jane) Abazantium (The Mothership) UPK (’Sup Nigga Mix) Station ID ( DJ That Nigga) Late Night Nigga Radio Concrete Soul (The Mothership) SuperNiggaGlue (The Mothership) I Just Wanna Shine Nigga! ( the Mothership) Station ID Its Tha Weed! (The Weed Man) Candy Pimp (JSwift/Lukecage) Answering machine (The Funky 7) Gangsta Titties (Rondell)
  11. btw if you follow his instagram @venetiansnares you can catch a lot of him mucking about on his awesome gears.
  12. Holiday Mountain presents: Become Who You Are We here at Holiday Mountain are proud to announce our first full length album; Become Who You Are. The result of half a year's worth of sweat and labor, we have managed to cram in all manner of psychedelic cosmic screams, dubbed-out reggae drumming, gorilla-thick bass frequencies, hairy horn sections, synthetic phenomena, and guitars so gnarled and soggy that you probably wouldn't have even recognized them if we hadn't told you. Enjoy. You can listen on Bandcamp, or right here at www.holidaymountainmusic.com. Myself and the rest of the band would be most honored if you would take a moment of your time to give it a listen and let us know what you think. Thanks a lot.
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