Dubateers feat. Brother Culture


East London based Dubateers has and continues to produce some of the heaviest UK dub and reggae music to have ever hit the streets. Dubateers firmly holding to their foundations as an underground sound outfit, based on original rastafarian values. Dub fans since 1993 they launched in 2004 their releases which have become huge anthems for many of the UK’s greatest sound systems, both release music and dubplate, often unadvertised or without name or reference in sessions.

A history of a decade of well known prolific releases of multiple albums and singles totalling in the region of 100+ singles, and having worked with an array of unknown and known artists, Dubateers have set themselves up for a long future in dub and reggae music, with a solid foundation. Although now solely run as a completely independent outfit by original founder Nick Dubateers, Dubateers have been very busy for the last 2 years (2012-2014) rebuilding a new studio to further many new production techniques for a planned prolific release period in the near future…

Brother Culture is an MC based in Brixton, London. He started his career around 1982 for Jah Revelation Muzik sound system. As part of the Twelve Tribes of Israel Rasta brotherhood, Brother Culture toured in the USA, Jamaica, Caribbean and Canada throughout the 80’s. In the early 90’s, he started to MC at London’s Dub Club, in which he made new associations with active UK dub/roots producers such as Adrian Sherwood and Manasseh.

In the mid-90’s, the UK dub/roots scene evolved in new sub-genres of music such as drums & bass. Brother Culture proved to his fans that he was able to adapt his unique style to the new emerging scenes and began to collaborate with labels such as Liquid Sound Design.

Since 2000, he continues to travel the world as an established MC artist spreading out the positive message of Jah music. He also continues to record new productions for many producers and bands such as The Prodigy (Thunder from the album Invaders Must Die), Mungos Hifi, Hammerbass, Roots Garden Label, Dubmatix or Kinyama Sounds.

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