Illustrator/journalist Edwin Pouncey (a.k.a. Savage Pencil) has long been inspired by the sounds of dub; indeed, dub’s otherworldly sensibility filters through his graphic work. On this cryptically named compilation, Pouncey pulls together choice deejay cuts from U-Roy, Prince Jazzbo, Ranking Joe, and Jah Whoosh, two niyabinghi numbers by Ras Michael (in the guise of Dadawah), and a boatload of mind-bending dubs, courtesy of King Tubby, Lee Perry, and Augustus Pablo. It’s a compelling set that never lets the tension drop for a moment, despite the inclusion of dub fakery in the form of “Pablo in Black Ark” (which is still a killer despite not featuring Pablo and not being recorded at the Ark).