2002

August 2, 2002

Time Out NY – August 2002

High praise Rob Paine’s Worship Recordings pushes the intoxicating sounds of dub-house to a bottom-heavy peak By Bruce Tanturn House music has long relied on the Jamaica?born art of dub technique for a large part of the genre’s appeal; there’s no better ... Read More »

August 02, 2002


August 1, 2002

Inquirer interviews Rob Paine

Paine slips some house into the reggae mix at Filo’s By Lloylita Prout FOR THE INQUIRER THE SPIN “We take a humble approach, we don’t force-feed,” said Rob Paine, talking about how he coaxes his audience into accepting a little house music in ... Read More »

August 01, 2002


August 1, 2002

DJ Times features Rob Paine

On his latest mix comp, Paine breaks out the big basslines. by Lily Moayeri To some it may seem strange to play house music with a dub reggae aesthetic, but to Rob Paine, it makes perfect sense. Deeply influenced by the ... Read More »

August 01, 2002


August 1, 2002

Stuff @ Night interviews Rob

Mixing Paine + pleasure Dj/producer Rob Paine’s Rasta grooves by Bree Rolfce THE SUN COMES up in the morning and goes down at night, and that’s all you need to worry about.” That may, be DJ/producer/Rastafarian Rob Paine’s mantra, but with ... Read More »

August 01, 2002


July 1, 2002

Onion Australia reviews WOR.CD.01

Worship Recordings Mixed By Rob Paine (Worship Recordings) When seminal UK progressive house label Guerilla decided to call their label albums Dub House Disco in 1992, the title superbly summed up the styles the records contained. Picking up the baton five ... Read More »

July 01, 2002


July 1, 2002

URB features Rob Paine as Guest Reviewer

Natty dreads big-up the dance floor! That’s the vibe when Philadelphia’s Rob Paine and his Worship Records Label crew take to the decks. Their manifesto of sound-clashing -deep-house rhythms with the minimalism and spirituality of dub came into conciousness ... Read More »

July 01, 2002


July 1, 2002

XLR8R reviews WOR.CD.01

WOR.CD.01 worship/US/CD “Trance” is only an inappropriate word to start a Worship review with, since the word has been hijacked by the candy-colored darkside. It’s not a widely reported phenomenon, but clubs blessed by Worship records and their type ... Read More »

July 01, 2002



June 1, 2002

Lotus reviews WOR.CD.01

ROB PAINEWOR.CD.01Worship Recordings THIS ALCHEMIST TURNS DUB INTO PURE, GOLDEN HOUSE. Rob Paine starts Worship with some dub reggae and then moves to a more house flavor. A lot of the tracks are from Solomonic Sound. who’ve been known to ... Read More »

June 01, 2002



May 1, 2002

BPM Magazine reviews WOR.CD.01

ROB PAINE A Worship Recordings Compilation (Worship Recordings) Philadelphia’s Rob Paine has always been knee deep in dub. From the first time I saw him rocking 7″s of the sickest underground reggae and dub in Miami a few years back, to witnessing ... Read More »

May 01, 2002


May 1, 2002

Mixer reviews WOR.CD.01

ROB PAINE A Worship Records Compilation (Worship) What is it? Atter four years of releases DJ Rob Paine puts together a “best of” of sorts from the Worship Records catalog of dub house records.Should I buy it? Though the compilation might ... Read More »

May 01, 2002