The releases listed here are available on all digital platforms (Spotify, iTunes, Youtube, Bandcamp etc.)!
Fred Locks & Sabolious - No To Racism EP
On "No to Racism" legendary Jamaican singer Fred Locks collaborates with producer and saxophonist Sabolious. In the context of recent global events regarding racial discrimination, the song hits the nerve of the times and yet sounds timeless. Musically, the focus is on dub, especially in the style of the stepper sound. The end result of this collaboration is released in the form of a 6-song EP (including saxophone and dub versions) and a music video of the title track.
Thera P. - The Secret
With the second release, Anaves Music lets you hear about them with a collaboration of Austrian musicians and producers. The creative result is strongly characterized by Thera P.'s soulful vocals and uplifting lyrics. In addition to the original version, which was produced by label owner Sabolious, there are also two great remixes by Monsieur Knabberdub and Three Lake Music. "The Secret" truly offers a musical journey from world music to dancehall to dub and hip-hop.
Stüngö feat. Dynomite - Atterseezeit
"Atterseezeit" is a carefree reggae track with folk music elements through harmonica and tuba. The very amusing dialect text by Stüngö, a music veteran of the Salzkammergut, and Dynomite, the FM4 protest song contest winner 2020 from Vöcklabruck, is about the summery Attersee time, when everyone is in bathing fever and lets the summer drift with them. The music was composed and recorded by the multi-instrumentalist Jakob Rieder from Vöcklabruck. The text is also by him and by Dino Izic (aka Dynomite).
Awa Fall x Bukkha x Sabolious x Vale - Free Your Mind EP
The “Free Your Mind EP” includes four reggae/stepper tracks: a vocals version featuring the powerful voice of Italian-Senegalese singer Awa Fall (aka Sista Awa), a horns version featuring horn duo Sabolious and Vale, and two dub versions by Vale and Bukkha. In addition, I-Mitri Counteraction recorded excellent percussion and none other than Alpha Steppa mastered the EP. Meditative vibes are guaranteed!
Thera P. - Still
"Almost midnight, she's still awake..." sings Thera P. (aka Theresa Pribasnig) at the beginning of her song "Still", the second single production by Anaves Music and the singer from Vienna. Thera P. wants to draw attention with this song to the situation of people in precarious living conditions. Existing social inequalities and poverty have increased since Corona. Accompanied by soulful piano and saxophone sounds by David Koberger and Sebastian Schwager, the thoughtful text nestles through the distinctive voice of Thera P. nicely on the track's sophisticated harmonies. The German dub expert Umberto Echo provides the perfect finishing touches to the sound and also contributes an instrumental dub version. Soulfood!
Sabolious - Lazy Leg
With “Lazy Leg”, saxophonist and producer Sabolious delivers his first Lofi track. Spherical and funky synth sounds meet an emotional saxophone and a bass-heavy chillhop beat. Of course, a few delays and reverbs should not be missing. Very dreamy and perfect to let yourself go!
Jäno - Dusty Feel
Jäno is a young lofi hip-hop producer. Born in Syracuse (Italy), he began playing piano at age 6 and cello and guitar at age 12. He has teamed up with Anaves Music for a smooth release, Dusty Feel.
Mexican Stepper X Sabolious - Inna Babylon (feat. Stoneface Priest)
Anaves Music presents the very first collaboration by Mexican Stepper and Sabolious. Along with Kenyan singer Stoneface Priest, they created an energetic and thematically very topical track in stepper dub style. Austria, Mexico and Kenya in this combination set fire to Babylon!
Ashanti Selah X Sabolious X Fred Locks - No To Racism (Remix)
Once again Anaves Music presents a reggae release with an exceptional international artist. This time with producer/musician Ashanti Selah, the son of dub soundsystem legend Aba Shanti-I. The young talent from UK took care of a remix of Anaves Music's first release, the "No To Racism" EP. Instead of a stepper sound you now hear the tracks by Fred Locks and Sabolious in a classic one drop reggae style.