Riding high off of the VP label's reissue of Tanya Stephens' "What a Pity" over 2002's globally acclaimed Doctor's Darling riddim (now with another set of vocals), German reggae label Germaican comes with two digi-dancehall jams. Alongside his voicing of his own buzzy and chopped-up Stopp riddim, D-Flame hands it to stars like Chico, Alleykat and Spectacular, whose chugging "Move" shares a 45 with Ce'cile's lovely "Hardcore Lovin." Meanwhile, Berlin star band Seeed rocks a charging synth bassline for the siren-filled Electric Boogie riddim, over which German MC Nosliw sounds his "Alarm" before letting Kiprich, Ward 21 and Elephant Man each bring their vocal steez. Seven 7" singles for one riddim in the first round-not bad. At germaican.net, Germaican just don't stop.