Vibronics are a reggae collective, based in Leicester , England , starting in Jah Free introduced the conference with a set of uplifting vocal tunes and Vibronics answered with six raucous lo-fi bass-heavy dubplates. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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Dub Italiser - Vibronics - CD/ Double LP
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You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. The first release featured a wicked Tena Stelin vocal, voiced at the Disiples Backyard studio, and mixed and arranged at the Bathysphere studio in Leicester. Since those early days Vibronics have maintained strong links with Roots Sound Systems. It was mixed and produced in the all-new-Vibronics-Vibrations studio, a humble but vibrant base, equipped with an array of the latest computer hardware and vintage dub effects alike.
Retrieved from " https: Vibronics djb a reggae collective, based in LeicesterEnglandstarting in Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. April Learn how and when to remove this template message. Never one to stay still for too long, Vibronics has been quietly putting together an all-new album of cutting-edge dubwise action.
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British reggae musical groups Musical groups established in Reggae stubs. The UK has never been forgotten with highly memorable live sessions in Glasgow, Brighton and, of course, their italjzer hometown Leicester. It was the joint discovery of the Aba-Shanti-I Sound System and digitally sequenced music which first inspired Steve Vibronics to try his hand at building dub tunes. A minimal studio was put together at home during using the most basic of equipment — a dilapidated 16 track mixer, reverb and echo units, a couple of synths and a an Atari computer — all mixed — all mixed down onto cassette tape.
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