Daddy Vad is a beatmaking icon who has moved and improved with the times since day one. But, it was around 2007's The Sooundcatcher album that really saw him start to draw in influence from sound system culture - an ingredient still felt at the core of his music, today. Across the 1.21GB of content here, he lays bare the essential components of this Jamaican style, and weaves in his signature take on the beats and bass that he knows make it bubble. Classic grooves are presented alongside some wicked elements of all the hybrid genres that all grew out of dancehall. So, alongside heavyweight dub and sub pressure you get drums, percussion, and synth sessions that will have you auditioning Vadim's future-proof loops in everything from reggaeton riddims to jungle and drum & bass rollers.
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