Our good friend Garth Dennis of Black Uhuru and the Wailing Souls will be live at the Dub Club @ Echoplex, Los Angeles with Marcia Griffiths on 15 July, 2015. If you are in the LA area do not miss… Continue Reading
For my latest Dubs and Vocals mix I’ve assembled a collection of reggae tracks inspirational enough to make you blast off from your chair and orbit the planet as you lament those roaming around lost on the ground below for… Continue Reading
On June 23, 2015 Damian Marley and Ghetto Youths International released ‘Various Artists – On the Corner Riddim,’ a tightly-wound set featuring Ghetto Youths’ finest lyricists rhyming truth and rights over a stupendous riddim. It is a refreshing, worthwhile endeavor… Continue Reading
While rumors a gwan about the dissolution of Midnite and a new path for lead singer Vaughn Benjamin, our friends at Rockers Movement get the first interview with Vaughn about life, changes, and a new project.
A killer 12″ from my vinyl collection features Sugar Minott with Captain Sinbad “Hard Time Pressure” on the Sufferer’s Heights label. This 12″ mix features Minott and Sinbad on an extended version on the A-side and an extended dub version… Continue Reading
Peter Tosh Union Theater Madison, WI 13 September 1981 Here we have Peter Tosh with Word, Sound and Power live at the Union Theater, Madison, WI on September 13, 1981. An excellent audio recording which captures Tosh performing for the… Continue Reading
On the day San Rafael hit 104 degrees MD hit the airwaves with hot new music from Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff, Black Uhuru, Bunny Wailer, Earl 16 et al + JA Marley midnight mixes & Ras Kidus drop by.
Hugh Christopher Mundell was a young reggae singer who at the age of 13 wrote one of the most hopeful and influential reggae albums of all time. Africa Must Be Free By 1983 is considered a legendary, almost prophetic record… Continue Reading
Here is a short excerpt from a rare interview with Dennis Brown by journalist Dirk Brown which was published in a popular Jamaican entertainment magazine in December 1973. Dennis is speaking about a period during which he had disappeared from… Continue Reading
Bob Marley and the Wailers‘ ‘Easy Skanking in Boston ’78’ comes in at Number One on MusicSnake’s Top Ten Reggae Albums of 2015. The first half of 2015 has seen the release of a ‘whole heap’ of solid reggae albums… Continue Reading