The next and 19th instalment of the Dispatch Dubplate series is brought to you by Quartz

Dispatch Dubplate makes its long-awaited return with the second of six new releases, with this release (the 19th instalment) brought to you by Quartz.

Setting out to champion the best in unreleased music and those tunes which have been long cherished dubs by prominent figures within the DnB community, Dispatch Dubplate returns after an almost two-year break with this special release from Quartz.

Quartz delivers his signature dark DnB and Jungle sounds across 6 tracks incredible tracks, many of which you will have heard in his sets over recent months (and longer). A must-buy for any lover of those deeper, darker sounds, and if you are familiar with Quartz’s work, it is a must-buy!

A. “Static”
B1. “Brass Knuckles (Instrumental)” – VINYL EXCLUSIVE
B2. “89 Columns”
C. “Stab Wound” – [digital bonus]
D. “Jook” [digital bonus]
E. “Brass Knuckles (ft. Patwan)” [digital bonus]

The Digital version of this release includes just five tracks, the vinyl exclusive track will not be available to download.

DISPATCH DUBPLATE VINYL FORMAT:
The first 50 copies sold across the Dispatch Stores will include a Holographic Dispatch Logo Sticker and a Mirrored Dispatch Logo Sticker, on top of the limited edition Holographic Dispatch Dubplate sticker.

• Bonus Limited Edition Holographic sticker 12 x 3cm
• 180g vinyl (heavier and thicker than standard releases)
• Limited to 300 full-release copies.
• The artist and track information is left completely blank for you to choose to write on the inner vinyl label sticker or not
• Kraft card outside sleeve with sleeves holes on both sides
(no artwork but will be ‘stamped’ with a Dispatch Recordings label black ink stamp)
• Additional thick plastic outer protection sleeve
• Individually and uniquely numbered per vinyl
• No re-press (ever)
• Vinyl copies sold in this store include a free 320kbps mp3 or wav files of the release (excludes the vinyl exclusive track)

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Director and DJ, Ian French (Naif) is passionate about many genres of music from Breakbeat and Drum & Bass to Techno and Electronica. A man that lives in a world of bass and beats, Ian is an obsessive collector of music and a true geek at heart, with many years spent in application design.