The six tracks – four vocals and two dubs – bear Riddim Tuffa’s trademarked mid 80s Casio sound. It’s a mix of analogue equipment and contemporary recording techniques and sounds much like what Jahtari and Mungo’s Hi-Fi are doing – bass blasting riddims certified to give the speakers a run for the money.
The set features a new take on Riddim Tuffa’s Inspector Gadget riddim, maybe best known for King General’s Digikal, as well as a version of Jah Tubby’s Pure Worries riddim.
Dancehall Style is charged with old school dancehall niceness and ground shaking dub mixes flavored with reverb and delay.
Available now on 12” and digital download.