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Foundation Sound Release 12" Vinyl EP

Foundation Sound Release 12

Foundation Sound Release 12" Vinyl EP

By Karl Pearson on Sunday, May 13, 2012 - 1 comment

My Burdens featuring Dark Angel with remixes from TMSV and Dirty Specs.


Foundation Sound, the UK based sound system and record label have released a 12” EP titled ‘My Burdens’ featuring Dark Angel on vocals. The track is then given the dub treatment plus handed over to two rising stars of dubstep TMSV and Dirty Specs who each add their own take on the B-side.

Foundation Sound - My BurdensThe riddim for ‘My Burdens’ is a rebuild of Ini Kamoze’s 1983, Trouble You A Trouble Me to which Dark Angel delivers his philosophical and thoughtful message on life's stresses and tribulations alongside his faith in Rastafari. Dark Angel has performed throughout the UK and in numerous countries across Europe, releasing recordings on Boka and Roots Garden Records as well as collaborating on numerous RnB, Dancehall and Hip-Hop tracks.

Tomas Roels aka TMSV is an up-and-coming dubstep producer from The Netherlands whose work has been released on labels such as Box Clever and Tube10 records as well as a featured remix on the Greensleeves compilation album ‘Dubstep Chapter 1’.

Dirty Specs are a production and remix team consisting of Sam King and Richard Hales who have a diverse musical agenda based on their shared love of reggae and jungle/DnB. 'My Burdens' is their second remix following on from one featured on Chezidek's 'The Place' EP released earlier this year on King Dubbist records.

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Posted by hannaji on 05.13.2012
Not sure how I feel about this one, I both like it and hate it at the same time :D Remixing is a dirty business, one wrong move and you got all the haters ganging up on you. I'm making some music on my own (with Dr Drum because I'm a beginner :D ) and I can attest how easy it is to ruin a song completely... I think the key part to do a good remix is to identify the "soul" of the song and work around it, and never try to change it into something its not.

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