Tracklist:
1.0 Ras Bigga intro Rastafari
2.0 Round Four Feat. Tikiman – \“Found A Way\“ [full lenght]
3.0 Rhauder feat. Paul St. Hilaire – Sidechain (dub version)B1 [ORN023]
4.0 Mind Over Midi feat. Tikiman – Champion
5.0 Rhauder feat Paul St Hilaire – Sidechain (pop-a-dub version) [ORN023] B2
6.0 Beat Pharmacy – Don’t Bodda Me Feat Paul St Hilaire
7.0 Rhythm & Sound – Spend some time ( /w tikiman )
8.0 Rhauder Feat Paul St Hilaire – No News (Rhauder’s Dub)
9.0 Rhauder & Paul St. Hilaire – No News (Assemblage Mix)
10.0 Rhythm & Sound – Music a fe rule part 1 ( /w tikiman )
11.0 Beat Pharmacy Nuclear Race
12.0 Martinez feat. Paul St Hilaire – Grandma (Vocal + Version)
13.0 Rhythm & Sound – Never Tell You (Version)
14.0 Rhythm & Sound Free for All (with Paul St. Hilaire)
15.0 Deadbeat And Paul St Hilaire – Yesterdays Dreams
16.0 Deadbeat – Rock Of Creation ( feat. Paul St. Hilaire )
17.0 Deadbeat and Paul St. Hilaire Working Everyday
18.0 Rhythm & Sound w Walda Gabriel – Boss Man (Tiki’s Pure Blue Remix)
19.0 Mind Over Midi – Revelation
20.0 René Löwe – Faith (No Vox Mix)
21.0 Rastafari Elders Dialogue
 

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Paul St. Hilaire is a reggae vocalist from the island of Dominica in the Caribbean. He collaborated with Rhythm & Sound (Moritz von Oswald & Mark Ernestus) who produced a series of legendary releases featuring his vocals on their label Burial Mix, releases that have inspired a generation of listeners. He had numerous guest appearances on electronic releases by Stereotype, Deadbeat, Beat Pharmacy & Modeselektor. Paul’s dub-poetry has always had an elemental power about it – a power that has often been best realised when it is played off the synthetic tones of dub techno. These long tracks unfold slowly, their hunting drumbeats tethered in delay and ground-shaking sub-bass lines. St. Hilaire hovers at the centre of all of this, his vocals tumbling down as if out of the sky. Over 21 tunes are gathered here. Deep tracks drawn out of the singular fusion of roots reggae and dub with elements of experimental techno that have become the characteristic of the Berlin aesthetic. The tones of the artist’s Caribbean home island Dominica softens the urban edge. The unique voice of Paul St. Hilaire talks to us about the up and downs of our private lives and our all-encompassing involvement in world politics. This music opens up a window to the reggae of tomorrow. A window without borders & boundaries, a window where anything is possible…
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„HAVE HOPE – I FEEL A CHANGE“
– NEIL YOUNG

 

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„Have hope. I feel a change. We know black lives matter. My heart goes out to all our black families affected, so that’s all the black families through American history. I feel like we are turning a corner. All together, all colors on the street. We know our mission is the right one for America and for mankind.
My black brothers and sisters have suffered long enough. White Supremacy is over but it will not die young. It will linger, but make no mistake. It is going to go and it’s already going. Whether you think Barack Obama’s white brother can handle this situation or not, he will most likely be our new leader, bringing compassion and empathy back to the Whitehouse. May the Great Spirit be with you Joe Biden.
On the streets today, we smell and see the smoke and fire of autocracy as it extinguishes itself before our eyes. It will burn for a while and be scary and ugly, as is its source, but I have hope and I feel it in my bones. This is not the American Way. We have a great future before us, not an easy one, a great one“.
– Neil Young, June 2020