Considering the centrality of reggae in the very DNA of jungle music and considering the role of Jah Rastafari in Congo Natty's life, it's appropriate that his already classic 2013 album "Jungle Revolution" should now have been re-tooled by this UK legend and his associates to reflect an even broader swathe of that great heritage. Congo Natty has drawn on dub-soldiers new and old, UK-based and beyond, for this project. Digidub legends Dubkasm and the one and only Adrian Sherwood rub shoulders with Glasgow's Mungos HiFi and Hungary's DJ Madd, with the likes of Conscious Sounds, Vibronics and Jinx in Dub all bringing their own unique flavors. Drawing on over thirty years of British bass music, "Jungle Revolution in Dub" is a unique take on the dub album, somewhere between traditional dub, versioning and remixing, a kind of echo chamber of styles and sounds. They all share one thing in common, though, and you won't be surprised to hear that's bottom end. Let's hope your subwoofers can handle it.