This winter Code Of Arms will be releasing the long awaited remix of one of our biggest hits, Bobosaw - Chip Off The Iceberg Remixed by Soundboy Pussy. This ones heavy so watch out!!!
Devon Clarke (Bobo Saw) was born in Kingston 12 in Trench Town, Jamaica. Over a long career he has shared the stage with Sizzla Kalonji, as well as the legendary Burning Spear, Bounty Killer, Frankie Paul, Pam Hall, Mikey Merican and Jigsy King. Today he is still a prolific producer and talented performer. Clarke’s success is a product of two decades of unyielding devotion to his music. His career first launched in 1986 when he formed Declaration Music, which released its first recording “Color Kodak” in the same year. Other producers quickly took notice of his talent, and by 1994 he had released tracks with various artists & labels, including World A Spin, Lambada, Days of School, Mek Some Money and Killing Feeling.
Dubstep For Earth
Label: Code of Arms
Release date: April 22nd, 2011
1. Syndaesia (Belgium) - Before I Tell You
2. Bukkha (Louisiana, US) - Ghost
3. DFRNT (Edinburgh, UK) - Fathoms
4. Geeks (Belgium) - Reflections
5. Hellfire Machina (NYC, US) - Wonky Gal
6. G31 (Glasgow, UK) - Big Shoes
7. Somejerk (Florida, US) - Summa Skank
8. Pulsar (Exeter, UK) - Contemplation
9. Fused Forces (Essex, UK) - Deep
10. Rugged163 (Stockholm, SE) - Tropical
11. DJ Dore (NYC, US) - Death to Spongebob
12. Bombaman (Toronto, CA) - Bill Laimbeer
13. Morphous (NYC, US) - Dubble Trubble
14. Pan Agnostix (Florida, US) - Non Prophet Organization
In recognition of Earth Day, 2011, Code of Arms Records is proud to present Dubstep For Earth. This full length album is a compilation featuring over a dozen conscious electronic musicians from across the globe who have generously donated their songs and royalties to the cause of saving the planet we all call home. Styles range from deep to dark to funky to hard. 100% of the profits from Dubstep For Earth will go directly towards Earth Day Networks’ efforts to improve damaged ecosystems and reduce carbon in the earth’s atmosphere. This includes missions to plant native trees all over the world in areas such as Brazil, Mexico, the Carribbean and the U.S. Visithttp://www.earthday.org for more info on their projects including the Billion Acts of Green campaign which you can participate in by entering your purchase, or your promotion of this release as an act of green.
Having witnessed the Gulf Oil Spill last year, the nuclear pollution in Japan this year and the ongoing reluctance of governments and corporations to make significant steps towards a brighter future, its clear that a strong unified effort among individuals is long overdue. We are reaching out to the global bass community and beyond, asking you all to join us in our purpose.
Available on Earth Day, April 22nd, 2011 on Beatport, iTunes, Juno and other fine digital retailers. The full compilation, individual tracks as well as a Sampler Mix can all be purchased. Spread the word!
Pick it up now!!! https://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/release/detail/360785/Dubstep%20For%20Earth
FrankRadio and iHipHop Distribution are proud to announce the highly anticipated follow-up to 2009’s “Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture: Enter The Dubstep Vol. 1.” Out on December 21st, the freshest sounds in underground electronic music have once again encountered the classic hip-hop stylings of the foundational group of legends: Brand Nubian.
After the wild success of Vol. 1, it only felt right for its producers and A&R’s to embark on a new journey down the same road. Meanwhile, Lord Jamar had found himself becoming more and more interested in heavy bass music and had seen this as a new avenue for the groups lyrical expression. Brand Nubian holds a unique position in hip-hop history. Universally respected as pioneers of a new way of thinking during the “golden-era” of the early 90’s, Brand Nubian’s political, social and cultural messages were delivered with a heavy dose of hardcore. With this 2nd installment in the ground-breaking series, “Enter The Dubstep” continues to trailblaze the collaboration between Dubstep and Hip-Hop, bringing hard bass and gritty lyrics together as none have done before. As Dubstep continues to push itself into mainstream ears, this album continues to push the boundaries of both genres, and in doing so, eliminates the borders all together.
The album features live new vocals from all three MCs (Grand Puba, Sadat X and Lord Jamar), and brand new production by Hellfire Machina, Dem Soul, hardcore legend Lenny Dee, and the COA badmen Soroka and Nebulla who collaborated on an completely original song- “Dopestep” featuring Lord Jamar and Petey Green. It also features, for the first time, a tune by Code of Arms, entitled “Revolution”, which was a collective effort by several COA artists and musicians.
Check out the first two singles now:
Here are a couple videos taken in the studio with Brand Nubian:
The next installment of your Wu-Tang dubstep vinyl is here. Sampler 2 features the album version of Handle The Heights by Canibus, M-80, and Bronze Nazareth remixed by Stenchman. Also on this sampler you will find extended mix’s of Biochemical Equation by RZA and MF Doom remixed by Datsik and Excision, Think Differently by Casual remixed by Hellfire Machina and Now Or Never by Son One remixed by Parson. These extended remix’s are not available anywhere else so snatch em up.
Bass Culture 101: No set times - no cover charge - heavy bass on a bangin’ system. See some of the city’s most active Dubstep DJs and producers testing out their newest fire, fresh from their studios, in a massive tag team set consisting of the residents in attendance that night. Before you hear the tunes dropped at the big shows, you will hear them here first, on your stomping grounds, surrounded by your new family. Welcome home.
Rotating Residents: ENKRYPTION PROJEKT
DORE & NEBULLA