Since forming in 2000, Mungo’s Hi Fi have been one of the most progressive forces in international reggae, unleashing a myriad of highly sought-after releases on their Scotch Bonnet label while playing countless sell-out gigs throughout the UK and Europe.

Drawing from a rich heritage of Jamaican sound system culture, Mungo’s produce a bass-heavy sound with a distinctively quirky twist that has garnered them a cult following across the world and earned them high praise from the likes of BBC DJ Mary-Anne Hobbes, UK sound system legend Jah Shaka and the late great John Peel.

The lads from Glasgow have collaborated with some of the biggest names in both old-school and new-school reggae including Sugar Minott, Sister Nancy, Ranking Joe, Kenny Knots, Earl 16, Top Cat, Brother Culture and Warrior Queen.

What’s more, Mungo’s Hi Fi are equally at home in the world of dubstep, with releases from their second label SCRUB A DUB on high-rotation with some of the scene’s most influential DJs.

The NZ massive can catch Mungo’s Hi Fi at the One Love Festival, 6 Feb (Waitangi Day) @ The Hataitai Velodrome and also alongside Earl Gateshead, 12 Feb, AKLD & 13 Feb, WGTN.

More info:
Mungo’s Hi Fi website

Big up to Mungo’s Hi Fi for their Top Ten track selections for February 2010.

1. Earl 16 – International Roots (forthcoming Scotch Bonnet)

2. Boabinga ft.Killa Benz – Wine Up (forthcoming Steakhouse Records)

3. Soom T – Did You Really Know (Scotch Bonnet)

4. Solo Banton – Talk To Me (Jahtari)

5. Von D & Riskotheque – Like A Bird (forthcoming Disfigured Dubs)

6. Chuck Turner – Run Around Girl (Jammys)

7. Carlton And The Shoes – Forever And Always (Quality)

8. Private Tabby – No Worry Yourself (Godfather)

9. Barry Brown – Give Love (Studio 1)

10. Mala – Eyez (dub)