Singer-songwriter Jonathan Emile, born in Quebec of Jamaican origins, delves deep into his roots with his first reggae album, Spaces-In-Between, released on Montreal record label MindPeaceLove. Spaces-In-Between stands out as the first Quebec production to be distributed by the legendary distribution company founded by Bob Marley, Tuff Gong International. The album borrows many styles of Jamaican music, from acoustic and traditional Roots to Reggae-Pop as well as contemporary and urban Dancehall sounds, influenced by Dub and Hip-Hop.

Roots Reggae legend 'Black Uhuru' was at the height of their creative work in the now-iconic Rockpalast concert series for WDR television at the Grugahalle venue in Essen, in the heart of Germany’s Ruhrpott industrial region. From their most eclectic and enduring, most earthly and authentic side - singers Michael Rose, Sandra ‘Puma’ Jones, and Derrick ‘Duckie’ Simpson, guitarists Billy Johnson and Deryl Thompson, keyboardists Franklyn Waul aka ‘Bubler’ as well as Christopher Burth alias ‘Sky Juice’ and last but not least the ‘Taxi Gang’ dub legends Sly & Robbie - drummer Sly Dunbar and bassist Robbie Shakespeare - gave a fulminant concert.

The KING SIZE DUB Special is the essence of what NOISESHAPER has ever done and is another impressive display of how a musical style has progressed.

The Senior Allstars prove with this release that basically all music can be 'dub-ified', and when coupled to a brilliant vocalist like Ammoye the results add to the legacy of the original versions. 

 JahRiffe's new album "Reflection" takes you back to a time where Reggae music was expressed with love and sincerity, harmony and respect for one another. A guide to soulful harmony and introspection, transcending our times.