Part 1 of a 3-part series from Adrians Wall – Word Sound Power. Showcasing Roots Reggae, Dubplate Specials and Heavyweight Steppers.
Originating from High Wycombe in the UK, Adrians Wall started building his Sound System around the end of 2007, after hearing Channel One at Notting Hill Carnival, before packing it up and shipping it over to Melbourne in late 2011. (more…)
Originally from Wellington, New Zealand, Conviction Roots began with an interest in Asian underground and drum n bass, which naturally led him to reggae. (more…)
Hawk-i is a key and central part of the NiceUp crew. His works have included national and international tour promotion, music reviews, interviews, film screenings and radio. He has deejayed around Aotearoa, Melbourne and Europe, bringing high energy and vibes to all his sets. (more…)
Lock Steady, one of Aotearoa, New Zealand’s hottest talents, is back with an another killa selection for NiceUp. (more…)
Infamous New Zealand producer and selecta, Steezie Wonder AKA Flex, has been residing in Perth and Bali for the last year. (more…)
Release by New Zealand-based, Ghanaian vocalist, Ras Stone, and UK, Melbourne-based producer, Boston Rodriguez.
This selection represents one of my favourite phases of Reggae, the Rockers (Steppas, Roots Reggae if you like)of the mid-to-late-70s. The heavy basslines, rocking double-time drum patterns and percussion enthralled me at the time as they still do now. (more…)
Earthlink Sound are one of Australasia’s top crews, formed in Perth in 2005 by original members Drummie Wotton, and Foodus from Jamaica. Over time the crew has evolved and included Sheriff Lindo, Simmo T, Choppa Crucial, Tatty Reps and Kritical. After returning to his native island, Foodus formed an Earthlinks Jamaican crew, and still plays to this day around the St Mary region. (more…)
Representing Bristol, DJ Stryda has 18 years experience uplifting the masses with his Sufferah’s Choice radio show. He is also one half of the duo Dubkasm, who release top quality recordings on their Sufferah’s Choice Recordings label. (more…)
I would say that I first started listening to music while my mum was still carrying me. Before I was born, that is! As there was always music playing at home.