Edition: November 11, 2009
Rock-n-Roll Exhibition: RUDEBOY DODIX
Roots, Rock & the Rebel Riddim: The Rude Guide to Jamaican-esque Sound System
:: Playlist, notes and photos, written and handpicked by Dodix Himself ::
…A two hour journey to the “one love” fuelled of tunes,
presenting not just the original gangsters and the plaid clad
but also the Indonesia’s most influential Ska – Dancehall – Rocksteady bands…..
User’s guide: just sway and smile and try to work out if you’re moving to
the one beat or the off beat or the bass line or the melody or any one of the many delay units…
’cause one of them is going to get you…
3. Sleng Teng Dub – Crucial
Sick version of the Sleng Teng Riddim.
5. Do The Tings- Wicked Beat Sound System
Jeff Dread makes many great dub compilations and this is one of the highlights.
6. Sunday Bloody Sunday – Tiger HiFi
Some German friends said Tilmann Otto aka Gentleman is German’s best reggae singer, but for me Tiger HiFi is way better than him… no offense dudes, it’s just my personal opinion.
9. Get Ready – Sublime
Sublime is part of the roots for me.
11. If I’m Not Right… – Goldfinger
Nice comeback from this not-so-Ska band.
14. No Big Deal – The Specials
Taken from the album Guilty ‘Til Proved Innocent! which was released back in 1998.
17. DHC – Dance Hall Crashers
Tim Armstrong also co-wrote this song.
18. Souls For Sale – Mad Caddies
My favorite song from this mayhem-core ensemble
21. Corazon De Oro – Rancid
Tim Armstrong is my God, period!
23. Krazy Glue – Less Than Jake
The band’s name comes from the drummer’s dog, Jake, who was treated better than the rest of the household, so everything was “less than Jake.”
25. Sound System – Operation Ivy
The pioneers of Ska-Punk, this song included on the band’s first LP Energy released in May 1988 and the band broke up the same month.
26. Hey – Suicide Machines
The one and only Suicide Machine’s album with so much of “young and restless energy”, they turned into politico with their following released.
27. Zungguzungguguzungguzeng – Yellowman
Winston Foster aka King Yellowman grew up in a Catholic orphanage called Alpha Boys School in Kingston, and was shunned due to having albinism, which was usually not socially accepted in Jamaica.
28. Kater For Woman – Admiral Bailey
My favorit tune, from “the hottest dancehall star of the late 1980s.”
30. Don Dada – Super Cat
Had an infamous bottle-tossing incident in a 1991 Sting stage show performance with then rival Ninjaman and “Don Dada” was a reply to many jabs made by Ninjaman.
32. Alms House – Capleton
Monster of dancehall.
34. Sleng Teng Riddim – Burro Banton
Buju Banton adopted his last name from this gruff-voice-dancehall-artist, is a Jamaican word referring to someone who is a respected storyteller.
Rudeboy Dodix is a Ska cognoscenti. Used to be my partner in Glampunkabilly Inferno band management. Worked for quite a while—and reached “rising star” status—in Ritz Carlton. Now he’s a customer service consultant. And a DJ, too, under pseudonym: Sound Bwoy Dodix
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Homegrown & Well Known: DODIX
Upcoming shows/exhibitionsâ :
– December 16, 2009: Armored Fate aka Morge Vanguard aka Ucok (Homicide [R.I.P.], wicked-ass MC, phat-ass lyricist)
– December 23, 2009: Wenz Rawk (Editor of Rolling Stone Indonesia online, m/ metalhead m/)
– December 30, 2009: Aldo Sianturi (Managing Director of Aksara Records)
– January 06, 2010: Hello 2010, Goodbye Jack Johnson—and James Blunt, too
– January 13, 2010: Adrian King (Whiskey collector, amateur DJ)
– January 20, 2010: Sari (singer of White Shoes & The Couples Company, painter)
– January 27, 2010: Robi Navicula (The Last Grunge Gentleman)
See y’all again next week!
Boozed, Broozed, and Broken-boned,
â subject to change
The Block Rockin’ Beats
Every Wednesday, 8 – 10 PM
The Beat Radio Plus – Bali, 98.5 FM
120 minutes of cock-melting tunes.
Zero horse shit.
Rad-ass rebel without a pause.
Shut up and slamdance!