One of the brightest rising stars on the oecumenical reggae spot Inferior Uneasiness calls upon listeners with a purposeful bulletin that rises to a fever shoot in the chorus. Bukkha from the outset from Louisiana and now based in Spain follows releases on Hogwash and Airtight and remixes for Danny Scrilla and Radikal Guru with an ineluctable stepping output for DubStuy. The 12 also includes two dub versions of the ownership path: one by Bukkha and a peculiar from Moresounds the Parisian in Britain director whos been making waves in the bass music locale with releases for Om Module and Doc Scott. Molded in the finest practice of uplifting productions Guns N Fiyah is an inspirational rallying cry for contemporary dancefloors. Inspired by ideal reggae vibrations and driven by a critical bass line floating guitar licks and ill-omened horns the melody is completed by a brilliant bringing off from Sao Paulos Lower Cringe. Guns N Fiyah speaks to the ills of the everyone and the growing cries for the law emanating from the streets of America Syria and Brazil. DubStuy Records celebrates the worldwide seem scheme community on its new 12 with a vibrant collaboration between American maker Bukkha and Brazilian choir girl Inferior Fright alongside a remix from Paris Moresounds. As just he can Moresounds transforms the source into a obscure and cavernous eyesdown skanker. Completing the untie is Coco Dub by Bukkha a bottomheavy riddim that draws its own shilling-mark between time-honoured dub vibes and novel bass music.