J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science / Soul Vibrations
Album: Soul Vibrations   Collection:Hip-hop
Artist:J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science   Added:Oct 2008
Label:Om Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2008-11-09 Pull Date: 2009-01-11 Charts: Hip-Hop
Week Ending: Jan 11 Jan 4 Dec 28 Dec 21 Dec 14 Dec 7 Nov 30 Nov 23
Airplays: 5 6 2 3 4 3 1 3

Recent Airplay
1. Mar 06, 2014: Sunshine ... on an RIP Afternoon (Big Boy George)
Together Feat. Jennifer Johns
4. Jan 23, 2014: Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
Inferno Feat. Lunar Heights
2. Feb 27, 2014: Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
Inferno Feat. Lunar Heights
5. Jan 16, 2014: Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
Together Feat. Jennifer Johns
3. Feb 13, 2014: Sunshine . . . on a Full Moon Afterooon
Dirty Feat. Tim'm West
6. Dec 10, 2013: Sunshine . . . in the Afternoon
Together Feat. Jennifer Johns

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2008-10-29
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Soul Vibrations
Reviewed by Sadie O., 10/25/08
Bay Area hip hop of the pretty/jazzy variety – not that that’s a bad thing at all, it just reminds me of the theory that the Yerba Buena indians couldn’t put up much of a fight because living here was so damn easy they never picked up warfare… Definitely a relaxing CD that makes you feel smooth and easy. That said, the rhymes are dope and the musicianship damn good. Lots of fine keyboards and horns, and the vocalists need no intro.
Single FCCs on 2 and 13. I like 6, 9, 15 (and 2, despite the FCC)
1. 3:27 *pretty girl chorus, slow, spacey… spoken intro by local Reggae singer. Devolves and glitches a bit.
2. 4:12 FCC: “bullshit” ****slow hip hop with a bit of… circus horns? Rap by Lyrics Born – nuff said – Mamaz are hella unique, too…
3. 6:05 ***downtempo swingy groove with a bit of Latin percussion, rap about being an immigrant. Strong stuff! Flute and pretty female poetry in Spanish in second half of song.
4. 4:16 **acoustic, folky 60’s groove, horn section, vocal harmonies. Sad rap about love going bad.
5. 6:08 ***downtempo funky/jazzy groove, nice male singing. Sweet. Wicked keyboards.
6. 3:47 ****old school funk w/ a bit of scratch, Funkadelic horns, cool nonsense-free female singing.
7. 4:54 **downtempo rubber bands and smooth jazz, big vocal harmonies. Female spoken word, lots of horns.
8. 0:17 random sounds, beat that builds into next track.
9. 5:58 *****super funky midtempo syncopated beat, completely infectious. Rap with intricate internal rhymes. This is GREAT fun!
10. 4:46 **downtempo smooth jazz, reverby, pretty singing, positive rap.
11. 4:35 ***guitar and laughter intro, then Caribbean-infused Latin jazz, uptempo but relaxed sweet hipwiggler. Fun bit of cuica and Latin percussion.
12. 4:48 **odd processed disco intro, then rather downtempo jazzy funk with chimes, female singing, male rap, love song. There’s definitely a bit of Funkadelia cutting through the prettiness.
13. 5:28 FCC: “shit” **piano chords intro, then electronic whoops, glitchy. Serious words.
14. 5:21 *ethereal chimey flutey stuff, bits of female vocals, no words. Extremely relaxing…
15. 6:12 ****rubbery midtempo funk, pretty female singing, male and female raps about BAY LOVE. Oh yeah!

Track Listing
1. Sweet Music Feat. Tony Moses   8. In The Que
2. Revolution Feat. Lyrics Born & The Mamaz   9. Inferno Feat. Lunar Heights
3. ¿Qué Pasa? Feat. Deuce Eclipse   10. Alive Feat. Crown City Rockers & Jrod Indigo
4. For Your Love Feat. Zumbi Of Zion I & Rithma   11. Alegria Feat. Ted De Oliveira
5. Dirty Feat. Tim'm West   12. 1.4.U. Feat. Ohmega Watts & Ragen Fykes
6. Together Feat. Jennifer Johns   13. Same Ol' Thang Feat. Rich Medina
7. Leave It All Behind Feat. The Rebirth & Aima The Dreamer   14. Chopsticks
  15. Out To The Bay Feat. Capitol A & Aima The Dreamer