Rhythm & Sound ‎– w/ The Artists

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BMD-2 Rhythm & Sound w/ The Artists(CD, Comp) Burial Mix BMD-2 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
ASP 2018 Rhythm & Sound w/ The Artists(CD, Comp) Asphodel ASP 2018 US 2003 Sell This Version
BMLP-2 Rhythm & Sound w/ The Artists(LP, Comp) Burial Mix BMLP-2 Germany 2004 Sell This Version

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ijustspeak

ijustspeak

November 25, 2007
referencing w/ The Artists, LP, Comp, BMLP-2
A good place to start the journey of Rhythm & Sound if you are interested. This album is absolutely flawless and won't cut trough or give you chickenskin until you play it on a good stereo who can provide lot's of Low's because this LP is basically BASS. After all, it is Von Oswald and Ernestus behind this and their continuation of their dub projects.
Every track on this is extremely deep. i like 'Mash Down Babylon' mostly because that is maybe the deepest track on there. All this together with the art of mastering and cutting the record has been dealt with passion and professionalism, making it as i said, Flawless!

So the rating should give you a hint and it doesn't lie either.
jahwhitey

jahwhitey

August 3, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing w/ The Artists, CD, Comp, ASP 2018

Absolutely flawless. This is the benchmark for post-dub, digi-dub, or whatever you want to call it. The riddims are rich and astounding, and the vocal artists deliver top-notch performances. It's hard to pick out a highlight among these gems, as reggae legends like Cornell Campbell and relative newcomers like Shalom all offer such stellar contributions over Mark Ernestus & Moritz Von Oswald's lush productions.
Tox-cds

Tox-cds

April 13, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
referencing w/ The Artists, CD, Comp, BMD-2

Incredible to believe that this music is made by 2 whiteboys from Germany! Very deep neo-dub, stripped down to the bare essentials. The soundscapes in the background seem synthetic but feel pretty warm. The lazy beats & often melancholic rasta-vocals make this the perfect soundtrack for some very serious chilling.
This might sound boring & repetitive to some, I think it's addictive & hypnotising! Highly recommended...
P.M.

P.M.

April 12, 2004
referencing w/ The Artists, CD, Comp, BMD-2

Beautifully deep soulful reggae from Berlin's Basic Channel boys and distinguished vocalists. Typically awesome production, cavernous bass to mash down Babylon.