Blazing ahead out of the African Odyssey. The KAMPALA FIRE EP, showcasing a selection of strictly Ugandan tracks from the album: Roots Reggae, Dancehall, and Hip Hop from one of the most energetic and original music scenes on the continent.
Deep into roots. 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.
Black sounds of freedom. This 1h16m concert recording will leave you free to relive the memories and emotions of the era, especially when it comes to Reggae and the perception of the music and culture of that era. BLACK UHURU ("black sounds of freedom"), was to perform for the first time at the ROCKPALAST ROCK NIGHT.
Thought-provoking. O'Neil 'Dippozit' Richards is a musical talent like none you've heard in a long time, if ever. His music is described as thought-provoking and for varied reasons. An artist that speaks as he's inspired and not based on the slang of the moment.
"Harvest" reinterpreted. Reggaddiction has released a Neil Young Reggae remix EP, mixed by international Dub Reggae producer Dubmatix.