European Dancehalls will be ablaze as soon as this third release from Cubiculo Records drops. In a wicked comeback tune, Jah Screechy is back on the case with ‘Think Me Did Gone’, on this tuff digi killer riddim called ‘Tortuga’.
Irie analogue reggae music is coming to you by way of Dorset and Hampshire, England. Horus Records are in their own words, two guys who are “enthusiastic listeners and performers of music” who are now stepping up with their first release.
This double A-Side beauty straight from Stockport’s Bakery Studio has already been embraced by the outer-national reggae DJ community and is now available to the public in both digital and 7″ format.
The story of both the group and the song are a lovely one. The band behind this heavy-hitting roots tune is The Producers. They are made up of several top roots, steppas, digital, and dub producers from around Europe, and they recently launched with a successful Milton Henry show in Spain. (more…)
Producer Wrongtom teams up with Mark Professor on his new reggae/dancehall label Rongorock. Oyster Card may sound a bit odd to those who have not used London public transport in the past ten years, as the tune pays homage to the smart card to get you round on London’s tube’s, trains and buses.
Self confessed music lover Wrongtom has had a varied career in the music business, from his time with rock outfit Hard Fi, to the reggae dub crew Stoneleigh Mountain Rockers. His DJ sets can crossover reggae, dancehall, dub, rockabilly, indie pop, hip hop to jazz and funk. (more…)
7FT Soundsystem, Capetown’s digital dubber, in collaboration with Adam and Peter Riddim Tuffa, come with an essential piece of digital.
With a common love for heavy digital sounds, the three producers got to work in the studio where warbling bass synths, and stabs and snares have been blended and crafted into a fresh, fat riddim. (more…)
Congo Natty aka Conquering Lion aka Mikail Tafari aka Rebel MC, a pioneer of both UK rap and jungle music, has returned with his first LP in more than a decade. Surely, all jungle connoisseurs will appreciate the return of this UK legend, however this LP holds musical appeal far beyond the reaches of grimy jungle breaks.
Jungle Revolution contains a warm rootical dub reggae influence and jungle vibe throughout. The signature Natty sound remains strong and is embellished with digital effects, cinematic sampled elements and augmented with modern riddim patterns that are often associated with urban musical influences such as hip-hop, dancehall and reggae music.
One of the countries most high profile reggae bands returns with a new full-length album and DVD package. There are no surprises here, their smooth, skanking Pacifikan reggae has an unconfrontational and pop-like feel from start to finish, which should appeal to their core fans in New Zealand and internationally.
Opening with the title track, ‘On The Road Again’, this is an an ode to touring and travelling their sound around New Zealand and throughout the world.The LP continues through two more cuts of niceness, ‘Sweet As’ and ‘Yr Dreaming’.