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Wor.49 Now available in all stores!

By Worship Recordings

Wor.49 Now available in all stores!
This might be the most leftfield release Worship has put out since those early yearsof releases. Who would have thought that these two unruly producers would havelinked up for a collaboration like this? We did, and we present the musical evidence to prove itright here with their debut release entitled Number One۪. Tanner Ross (Dirtybird,Freerange, !k7, Soul Clap Recordings) and Rob Paine(Worship,Leftroom,Shaboom, Large Recordings)met upstairs from the WorshipRecordings home base at a goodie warehouse event they both performed at.Burning the midnight oil into the breakfast hours together they created a foundationfor a friendship that is still going strong 3 years later. The original mix ofʉNumber One۪was created only a few months after Tanner &Rob۪s first encounter. Both in foreign territory never working together in the studio,they didn۪t know where this was going to go at first. But they both left their egos atthe door and learned to trust each other as the ideas and techniques soondeveloped. Knowing the styleseach other has from their previous releases, you caneasily hear the influential tones of both of these artists on this track. Big ups to theDon Gorgon DJNinjamanfor his contribution. Number One (Dub)۪keeps that same dub driven bass line and tightpunaanydrumsthe original possess but givesNinjamana break on the vocals and dubs out thedrums andhits weaving in and out of thetrack. This rendition still gives you thatsame crazy fucking horn lick (no other way to describe it) and glorious tech stabs at the half way point. Intended for the heads who aren۪t so much into reggae vocals but love the feel of dub. For thepurist,we had to include theNumber One (Version)۪track to seal up thetrinity. If you know reggae music then there is no need to read any further. If nothere is the Urban Dictionary definition of version۪:ʉAn instrumental version of a reggae song often dubbed onto the B-side of asingle. Sometimes DJs wouldrapor toast۪ over top of these versions. Throughthe studio manipulation and experimentation of such figures as King Tubby,Augustus Pablo and Lee Scratch۪ Perry this practice grew into the reggaesubgenre known as dub.۝

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Philadelphia Compilation no.1 is now available in all stores!

By Worship Recordings

Philadelphia Compilation no.1 is now available in all stores!

Catalog # : Wor.045

Artists : Various Philadelphia Producers

Title : Philadelphia Compilation no.1

Release Date : October 25th, 2016

This is Philly house music. Every artist on this compilation represents Philadelphia. Their love & passion for the music can be felt through each one of these songs. You can hear the vibrations that our producers & DJ۪s resonate on this 40th parallel. Whether it۪s techno influenced like Forward۪, Morpheus۪, My Heart۪ & Knew Life۪ or more on the house side like Philadelphia۪, Deepest Feelings۪ or Most High۪, they are all deep and dubbed out in their own ways. Representing Philadelphia۪s underground_


Till Von Sein (Suol, Dirt Crew Recs) My faves are My Heart and the original of Philadelphia۝

Matt Tolfrey (Leftroom Recs) Circle and Chris Udoh doing for me right here!!!۝

Alexi Delano (Plus 8, M-nus, Drumcode) Love this release brother. Will play them 100%.۝

Eli Goldstein (Soul Clap) Excellent release. Especially Philadelphia۪ and the return of Pete Moss!۝

Doc Martin (Sublevel, LA) Sounds great downloading now!!!Great to see some of the philly OG۪S on here!!۝

Jost Gerischer (Jon Silva, The Mulder, Soda Inc., Lexicon, El Presidente) What a lovely compilation! Just skipped through all the tracks and did not find one I didn۪t like. Support! :)۝

Someone Else (Little Helpers, FoundSound) Really solid EP. And very representative of my hometown. Hearing this makes me honored to be from Philly, and honored to know these guys. All tracks are solid. My favorite is definitely track 1.۝

Kevin Yost (I Recordings) Real nice release. I really dig it.۝

Trus۪me (Prime Numbers) Wow these sound great! Really good bro good job.۝

Nickodemus (WONDERWHEEL Recordings / TOTH) Real nice & deep underground sounds on the comp!۝

Rob Salmon (Yoshitoshi Recs) All quality..digging this comp! esp Morpheus۝ Supporting!۝

Steve Mill (Traxsource) I love this release, I particularly love the Pete Moss track.۝

FUNTOM (Dubwise, Giant, Alphahouse Both Philadelphia۪ tracks are amazing as is the Circle one, Okeef took it to another level with his rolling deepness, other tracks are nice too but mentioned ones stand out for me.۝

Tyler Stadius (Fabric Recs) Good tunes. Loving the Sean Thomas Knew Life especially.۝

Eavesdrop Radio WKDU Phila. Great release. Rocked Chris۪ track last night on the show۝

Mystic Vybes WHCR 90.3 FM NY LOVE the vybes__. 9/10.۝

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