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Following on from their critically acclaimed single "Something Special / Why I (Discomix)" (championed by the likes of David Rodigan, Huey Morgan & Don Letts) seminal UK Dub outfit Resonators return with another crucial, dubwise offering on Wah Wah 45s. A thick haze engulfs the opening of opening track "Won’t Suffer". Haunting dub sirens pierce the ether, before the atmosphere clears for the rippling vocals, spilling through the veins of the track and bringing it to life, along with some earth-shaking bass. On the flip, "Miles Says" takes on a more sun-kissed approach, a blissful summertime jam, strictly for the lovers. Both tracks are also accompanied by two spaced out versions, perfect for astral travelling. Resonators are without a doubt one of the most powerful and highly regarded dub outfits in the UK, taking all the influences of original Jamaican sounds and riddims, and bringing it forward into the sounds of here and now. With a plethora of new songs under their belt and a further EP scheduled for release later in the year, as well as what’s becoming a very healthy catalogue of crowdpleasers from their last two albums, Resonators are touring the UK and Europe throughout spring and summer.
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