This month Carhartt WIP Radio is bringing you a show by Adrian Sherwood and his legendary label On-U Sound. During a career of more than 30 years, Sherwood produced and remixed artists such as Lee "Scratch" Perry, Primal Scream, Depeche Mode or Einstürzende Neubauten amongst others. His label On-U Sound, formed in 1980, is worldwide known for cutting edge releases that are rooted somewhere between dub, experimental, Reggae, Post-punk and electronica. Furthermore many On-U Sound releases greatly influenced the sounds of today like ambient and techno. Recently many On-U Sound records of artists and collectives like African Head Charge, Singers & Players or Bim Sherman got re-released and Sherwood himself produced, dubbed and released contemporary bands like the Japanese trio Nisennenmondai. For Carhartt WIP Radio Adrian Sherwood tuned in a mix that grooves between the past, present and future of On-U Sound.
Ghetto Priest - Slave State (feat. Junior Delgado) [from forthcoming album "Slave State"]
Mark Stewart - Awidk [unreleased]
Nisennenmondai - 3 [from the newly released album "#N/A"]
Ital Horns with Dub Syndicate - Metropolis [from unreleased album "Blow The Man Down"]
Cha Cha - Dub No Frontiers (Excerpt) [unreleased]
Roots Manuva - Hit It (Alternative Version) [from current album "Bleeds"]
Dub Syndicate - Wadada (feat. Prince Far I) [from the 1991 album "Stoned Immaculate"]
Congo Natty - UK Allstars In Dub (Adrian Sherwood Remix) [from current album "Jungle Revolution In Dub"]
Coldcut/Adrian Sherwood feat. Junior Reid, Elan & Lee Perry [forthcoming project] - Divide And Rule
L.S.K. - Way Of The World [unreleased]
Denise Sherwood - Ghost Heart [unreleased]
Junior Delgado - None Shall Escape [unreleased classic version on "Masters of Deception" rhythm]
Missing Brazilians - Quicksand Beach Party [1981 original from the album "Warzone" reissue and also available on the Trevor Jackson compiled "Science Fiction Dancehall Classics"
Adrian Sherwood - Starship Bahia [from the album "Survival and Resistance"] Adrian Sherwood Interview
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