Dub Syndicate

Under the guise of the Roots Radics and the Soul Syndicate their tougher, sparser, darker and often scarier rhythms were credited with the creation of the dancehall style that swept Jamaica in the early 80s. Later they reappeared as The Arabs with Prince Far I, before coming to the UK and working with Adrian Sherwood as Dub Syndicate. It’s amazing what dross in your record collection is still available, and it’s truly amazing what isn’t… If you like this you should seriously try out murder tone as a compilation of their work at On-U, or Time Boom X De Devil Dead – one of Lee Perry’s finest hours, backed by the Dub Syndicate. Lack of Education.