Skream ‎– Southside Dubstars E.P Vol 2

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Southside Dubstars ‎– DUBSTAR-008
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DUBSTAR-008 Skream Southside Dubstars E.P Vol 2(12", EP, TP, W/Lbl) Southside Dubstars DUBSTAR-008 UK 2006 Sell This Version
DUBSTARS008 Skream Korma(3xFile, WAV, FLA) Southside Dubstars DUBSTARS008 UK 2008
DUBSTARS008 Skream Korma(3xFile, MP3, 320) Southside Dubstars DUBSTARS008 UK 2008
DUBSTAR-008 Skream Southside Dubstars E.P Vol 2(12", EP, W/Lbl) Southside Dubstars DUBSTAR-008 UK Unknown Sell This Version
DUBSTARS008 Skream Korma(3xFile, MP3, 192) Southside Dubstars DUBSTARS008 UK 2008

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dj_sinister

dj_sinister

March 20, 2017

Tippa does a great job of merging Grime & Dubstep. It's essentially Skream's remix of Youngstar - Bongo.
arborn

arborn

November 1, 2016
yes proper stuff this is an ace release and one i will always be glad to have a couple of copies of.
obamasinladen

obamasinladen

December 23, 2014

Not Known is definitely the best track on this EP with its cockney horn synths, bass, atmospherical samples and vocal samples, simply a work of pure genious.

Tippa has its epic gritty grimey wobble bass and awesome beat, nuff said.

Roll On is a very good track with its dark atmosphere, nice beat, wobble sub bass and nice synths, definitely a good track here.

Korma has a nice indian vibe and sample to a nice drum beat, simple and great.

Overall this is a great release from Skream.
G1Don

G1Don

September 18, 2013
still skreams best release imo