Press


September 27, 2011

DarkMatterSquad Interview

here is an excerpt “Nested off the Delaware Avenue waterfront, within the Fishtown area of Philadelphia, rhythmic bass-lines can be heard rattling the windows from outside of the venue.  Once a month, Worship Recordings takes over this spot to throw the Shakedown, one ... Read More »

September 27, 2011



June 18, 2008

Rootz Underground : Movement – THE MIXTAPE

SOLOMONIC SOUND presents  A Selector’s Choice Vol. 3featuring Rootz Underground MOVEMENT “THE MIXTAPE” mixed by DJ Rob Paine   BILLBOARD MAGAZINE SAID: Reggae artists getting back to their rootshttp://www.reuters.com/article/musicNews/idUSN1343733620080615 By Patricia Meschino (Reuters/Billboard)  Friday June 13th 2008  “…The scant commercial radio airplay roots music receives presents further challenges ... Read More »

June 18, 2008


July 21, 2007

City Paper feature for MIDNITE show

Joy & Paine DJ Rob Paine on 15 years of making reggae in the house of Worship. by A.D. Amorosi Published: Jul 18, 2007 http://citypaper.net/article.php?Joy-amp-Paine-22288 TOASTED: Rob Paine (left) and El Feco B team up on the new Solomonic Sound System presents El Feco ... Read More »

July 21, 2007


January 15, 2007

Epitonic Big Ups Worship

Epitonic Worship Recordings Pick up (or download) a Worship Recordings release and you will be treated to the best in dubbed-out-deep-disco-garage-house. Label boss Rob Paine is also half of Kidz On Christian Street (with Chris Udoh), and half of Solomonic ... Read More »

January 15, 2007


June 7, 2006

icepack by A.D. Amorosi June 1-7 2006

http://www.citypaper.net/articles/2006-06-01/ice.shtml Solomonic Sound, Philly’s holier-than-house ‘n’ dub night from Worship labelmates DJs Rob Paine and Willyum held court at Filo’s Fridays for six years. Boom. Filo’s closes. But a little shutdown don’t stop the show: Solomonic moved Fridays to Lickety ... Read More »

June 07, 2006




May 20, 2004

BrokeN Beat Radio

Switching things up with Worship label owner and reggae archivist, Rob Paine. Rob popped through with a mountain of scratchy 45’s and dub plates for a smoke filled 2hour session, and threw down an amazing educational timeline of ska, ... Read More »

May 20, 2004


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