The Dubplates “Box Full Of Steel” album review

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The Dubplates “Box Full Of Steel” album review

The Dubplates’ new album Box Full Of Steel is concurrently refreshing and reminiscent. The Charleston, South Carolina based group doesn’t seem to care about proving themselves as genre bending or cutting edge since their songwriting, and musical...

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  • Jah Sun’s “Between the Lines” album review

    Jah Sun’s “Between the Lines” album review

    The Humboldt, California native Jah Sun found his calling as a reggae artist through the music of Bob Marley. After educating himself about Rastafari and converting to a healthier lifestyle, Jah Sun released his debut album The Height of Light in 2006. “Music is a... Read more

  • Crucial Blend “Full Grown” EP review

    Crucial Blend “Full Grown” EP review

    When this San Diego based trio bring their skills together, you know you’re in for a three-ring sonic circus. Crucial Blend's brand new 5-track EP titled Full Grown brings audible tricks and exciting melodies driven by reggae influences with ska-punk roots and... Read more

  • Collie Buddz “Good Life” album review

    Collie Buddz “Good Life” album review

    Bermuda’s critically-praised reggae artist Collie Buddz releases his first proper full length album since his 2007 self-titled release made him a household name. After a long hiatus Collie Buddz has returned with an upbeat album that represents a fresh start artistically and personally. The... Read more

  • Mystic Roots Band “CHANGE” album review

    Mystic Roots Band “CHANGE” album review

    It’s not hard to pin down the classic hip hop, pop and reggae influences coursing through Northern California-based band Mystic Roots. The band’s latest album CHANGE is heavily indebted to their NorCal roots but manages to create a sound all their... Read more

  • Ozomatli’s “Non-Stop: Mexico to Jamaica” album review

    Ozomatli’s “Non-Stop: Mexico to Jamaica” album review

    In their latest release, the Latin band, Ozomatli, has compiled some classic Latin songs, and with help from Sly & Robbie, has transformed these songs into some hip, reggae-infused music. In their album, Nonstop: Mexico to Jamaica, the band has gotten together with some of... Read more

  • Twiddle “PLUMP - Chapters 1 & 2” album review

    Twiddle “PLUMP - Chapters 1 & 2” album review

    Vermont alternative reggae rockers Twiddle released their new double album PLUMP - Chapters 1 & 2 on April 28th that features a collection of tracks that have been reshaped by mastermind Ron St. Germaine (Bad Brains and 311) including the lead single “When It Rains It Pours.... Read more

  • Morgan Heritage “Avrakedabra” album review

    Morgan Heritage “Avrakedabra” album review

    Few albums have the ability to captivate from the beginning to end, but this stunning new release from GRAMMY award winning reggae legends Morgan Heritage does that and more. From the shimmering and smooth opening track, “Want Some More,” to the melodic and... Read more

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