Included here is Akae Beka’s new single from their upcoming project with Uhuru Boys Records.
Included here is a vital mix of Jah Raver’s 7” & 12” Dubs And B-Sides from Bob Marley and the Wailers… Burnin’ and Lootin’ (Live Dub Architect Mix) Baldhead Dub Roots Knotty Roots Trenchtown Dub Jah Live Dub Zion Express… Continue Reading
One of the new and innovative ways that I-Grade/Zion I Kings is using social media to connect with fans is to stream live on Facebook video clips of dub mixing sessions. Our good friend Laurent “Tippy I” Alfred of I-Grade… Continue Reading
Between 1977 and 1980, Bob Marley is interviewed no less than three times by UK rock journalist John Tobler. The first occurred in London 1977 while Marley was there in exile after his assassination attempt in December 1976. The second… Continue Reading
So I was up in the vinyl room this morning organizing some stuff and I was actually listening to some CDs that I had spinning in my old Sony 5-disc changer. I really enjoyed what I was listening to all… Continue Reading
One of my most anticipated reggae albums for 2017 finds Canadian producer, engineer and musician Moss “Mossman” Raxlen teaming up in Jamaica with some of reggae’s most legendary artists to record an album for the ages, Presenting: Kingston All Stars.… Continue Reading
Just in time for summer, my man Mossman the Bossman will come through with a most righteous roots reggae project for the reggae massive. That’s right…Canadian producer, engineer and musician Moss “Mossman” Raxlen teams up with some of reggae’s most… Continue Reading
An album which almost slipped past my reggae radar is IrieVibrations Records Dub Station album which dropped on February 17, 2017. Big up to Reggaeville for the proper album review, otherwise I might have missed this fine gem. The Austrian… Continue Reading
Included here is a stunning set of photos by photographer Ueli Frey taken at Peter Tosh’s performance at Volkshaus, Zurich, June 10, 1979. Be sure to check Ueli’s website at http://www.drjazz.ch.
On Friday, February 24, 2017 Chronixx, backed by the Zincfence Redemption, performed a two-song-medley “Majesty”/“Likes” at Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show in NYC. Both songs, already released as singles, will appear on the upcoming album Chronology. Fallon, a confessed fan of… Continue Reading