Digital niceness on We Rule the Dance

unnamedUK label Reggae Roast has by now a number of strong releases in their catalogue. The latest addition is producer Interrupt and singer Tenor Youthman’s We Rule the Dance, a ten track set packed with computerized sounds, keyboard licks and airhorns ready to test any sound system.

We Rule the Dance is upbeat and digital reggae 80s style. That means drum machines, colourful sounds from Casio keyboards and bouncy bass lines. Add Tenor Youthman’s haunting singing style, which is heavily influenced by Nitty Gritty, King Kong and Tenor Saw, three singers that made a huge impact in the mid to late 80s with their nasal and non-melodic style, and you are at a yard dance in Kingston circa 1986.

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