#Roots

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.

Enjoy Black Uhuru "Live At Rockpalast”! BLACK UHURU ("black sounds of freedom"), was to perform for the first time at the ROCKPALAST ROCKNIGHT.

Dubblestandart presents with the deepest respect to the originators a limited selection of reworks of Reggae classics.

Today considered as “Classic Reggae”, so much remains unchallenged, this little island called Jamaica has provided in content & creation, especially Roots Reggae of the late 60s,70s & 80s.

The PathHeights are singer, songwriter, producer duo Akosua Aset and Aumuna. Deriving from the word Ptahites, meaning spiritual, creative beings conveying a collective conscious message. A message we love and fully subscribe to!

The PathHeights started together back in 2012 and their sound is a smooth collaboration of Roots Alternative Acoustic Reggae with Poetry, giving it a stripped back, natural and organic sound. 

Jah Jah Children Arise, Again! "The album is a masterfully crafted piece of work. The balance of stunning new tracks and wise selection of a brimming catalogue scores on all levels" - Robert Heilman, #ReggaeVibes - and we subscribe to that notion!

Revivals and reunions are often excuses for desperate musicians to relive past glories. NOT SO with Zap Pow's "Again”.

The 2016 incarnation of pioneering Reggae group Zap-Pow is anything but a group of desperate musicians.

UbuntuFM's Ikenna Okeh interviewed Allan Agard from The Conscious Underground. TCU's track 'Dirty Politician' is in heavy rotation on UbuntuFM Reggae Radio and the band is about to release a new single. Get ready for some conscious words of wisdom and positive vibrations. It's all in the frequencies...

Ikenna: It's nice getting in touch with you, Allan. Please tell us about your band, The Conscious Underground.

UbuntuFM community contributor Peter Hesen conducted an interview with Roots Reggae artist Hosny Bronx (USA).

Greetings Rasta, how are you doing?

Yes Rasta, cool man, I’m fine, I’m here with you in South Africa, It makes me very happy. My new album is almost finished, I’m working on its release