March 1, 2013, sees the release of the debut album, via the brand new There is Sound imprint, from London's Dub Hooligan, in collaboration with legendary Nottingham-based drum n bass luminary, MC Spyda. The album resulted from a one-off venture, but rapidly cascaded into this uniquely British collection of dub, breaks, reggae and bashment-influenced tracks all interwoven with Spyda's socio-political insights inspired from growing up in Thatcher's Britain, to his contemporary urban observations from a life spent in the reggae, rave and drum n bass scenes. Despite their geographical distance, this perspective combined with a deep, shared love of classic Jamaican dub and reggae was the catalyst that fired the project. With twelve tracks, ranging from the fierce opening beats of Stop Me to the soulful vibes of Children Vol 1., and two bonus heavy dub versions, Spyda meets the Dub Hooligan promises to deliver on the momentum already achieved with the debut promo Mek Dem Gwan bw Sound Alone, which received radio support from Radio 1, Capital FM, Rinse FM, Dj Vu FM and many others and peaked at number one on various download stores.
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