Tag Archives: The Regulators

MELBOURNE DOUGLAS: Dakota (Vinyl 7″)

The second of two new 45s announced by the Original Gravity label recently (the previous one being Jodie’s soul cut Pushover) comes from Melbourne Douglas and The Regulators picking up where the previous Regulators 45 left off with an early reggae style Britpop cover. And since early reggae material is rife with covers, this merely continues the tradition. In picking


ORIGINAL GRAVITY RECORDS: Night TrainNo excuses for not leaping aboard the Night Train now as the Original Gravity label repeats the recipe of its Peter Gunn and 30-60-90 vinyl 7″s and gets four different artists to deliver four radically different versions of the same classic standard. In this case, said standard is Jimmy Forrest’s Night Train (famously ‘done’ by Mr James Brown and his Famous Flames in typical blistering

MONKEYBOXING.COM – Top 10 Tracks 2020

MONKEYBOXING.COM – Top 10 Tracks 2020Based on a highly complex algorithm derived from how often shit gets played on the MB sound system, this chart details the monkey’s biggest new tracks of 2020!

THE REGULATORS: Don’t Look Back In Anger b/w Love Is A Treasure (Vinyl 7″)

THE REGULATORS: Don't Look Back In Anger b/w Love Is A TreasureNext up from the practically one-man (but nevertheless mighty) 45 single-making machine that is Original Gravity Records comes this brace of covers from The Regulators – a.k.a. label boss Neil Anderson and whoever he’s co-opted for additional studio recording duties this time. And there’ll be no need to slip inside the eye of your mind in order to work out the source material for

THE REGULATORS: Time Is Rocksteady Tight (Take 2) b/w Rocksteady Lockdown

The country might have been at a virtual standstill for the last couple of months but that hasn’t stopped Original Gravity Records pushing ahead with the goodness in the form of 200-copy run of a new Regulators 45 Time Is Rocksteady Tight (Take 2) b/w Rocksteady Lockdown. Well – it’s not like time is tight, is it? As the track name implies, what you’ve got is a cover version of the much-

ORIGINAL GRAVITY RECORDS: Reggae Dynamite Vol. 1 EP (Vinyl 7″)

Rating: ★★★★★ If you caught the recent MB feature on Original Gravity Records recently, you’ll know that the label is one to watch – not just for the dope music but because it’s almost entirely the work of label owner Neil Anderson. Here he indulges his love of boss reggae on Reggae Dynamite Vol. 1 via no fewer than three pseudonyms – The Regulators, Woodfield Road