Tag Archives: Peppery

BAZZA RANKS feat. PEPPERY: So Futuristic (2017)

BAZZA RANKS feat. PEPPERY:  So FuturisticDirty Dubster Bazza Ranks enlists Peppery’s able toasting skills for the new single and they’re both so moneysupermar…oohh – my bad – So Futuristic. What starts out as a dancehall riddim winds up at junglist speed after the bridge as the pair accelerate towards the bashment system and it only remains to sort out a video. A video for a track entitled So Futuristic? Concept-wise it’s an

CUT LA VIS feat. PEPPERY: Festival (2016) Free download

Festival Cut La Vis PepperyRating: ★★★★★ Hats off to Cut La Vis who ropes in vocalist Peppery and manages, through the medium of this glorious rootsy groove to make one feel well-disposed towards festivals. Between them they conjure images of free love, positive karma and transcendental vibrations. Rather than several days with no sleep, food poisoning, the stench of portaloos and being forced by crowds to stand so

DIRTY DUBSTERS feat. PEPPERY: One By One (2016)

One By One Dirty DubstersThe latest single of Dirty Dubsters‘ excellent Special Request LP is the Peppery-featuring One By One – you know – the cut that alternates between bass-less dropouts and boom-heavy uptempo slabs of dub – that one. Anyway the single leads with the dancehall, dancefloor-friendly remix from Kormac. But what can he possibly have done to it to nice it up enough for batties to grind?

BLEND MISHKIN feat. PEPPERY: Foundation Style (2013)

It’s solid summer skankin time on Foundation Style as Athenian producer Blend Mishkin strips it back to some serious bass, drums and keys groundwork and employs vocalist Peppery (a.k.a. Bongo Chilli) to spice up the riddim in order to nice up the dance – literally, in fact, since the release drops on the Nice Up! label. It’s out on seven inch at the end of the month and gets versioned instrumentally on the

MR BENN: Shake A Leg (2013)

Rating: ★★★★★ Big up the Bristol Massive! Mr Benn finally comes through with Shake A Leg – an album that’s been ‘soon come’ for so long that it was starting to make even the most generous concept of ‘island time’ look like a mockery. Our man doesn’t disappoint though delivering a scorching eleven track set of varying bashment flavour – damn near any one of which could be a