Lee “Scratch” Perry Tribute

Don Letts’ Culture Clash Radio

Don pays tribute to the visionary Jamaican producer and artist Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, who died on 29th August, and whose groundbreaking work changed the course of popular music. As well as the music and Don’s thoughts and memories of working with Scratch, we also hear from the great man, through an interview recorded in 2007, some of which has never been broadcast.

BBC Radio 6 Music – Don Letts’ Culture Clash Radio, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry RIP

Addis Pablo & Dubby Doo – Baby Version (Live Dub Mix at The Dub Dojo)

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Moritz von Oswald

Audiences with Moritz von Oswald are few and far between. For years, he and his partner Mark Ernestus avoided the prying eyes of the media, creating a mystique that was almost as powerful as their records. Having practically invented minimal techno with Basic Channel, they then moved into the twilight world of dub, creating the Rhythm & Sound alias to explore the spaces beyond the bassline.

In this lecture at the 2008 Red Bull Music Academy, Von Oswald talks about dub, his relationship with the New York reggae sound of Wackies and how his work has spawned a thousand imitators.

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