Gisto to drop “OMW” LP

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Gisto to drop “OMW” LP

Trap/hip hop artist Gisto is on his way to releasing his sophomore album OMW, exactly one year after his Orbitz EP blasted his career higher than his clientele. Stemming from critical acclaim even before his 2012 debut album dropped, Gisto...

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  • Dirty Heads “Swim Team” album review

    Dirty Heads “Swim Team” album review

    Some bands stick to a certain sound and a niche market. You know, the whole ‘if it’s not broke, don’t fix it’ mentality. If you haven’t noticed by now, the Dirty Heads boys dare to be different.... Read more

  • The Green “Marching Orders” album review

    The Green “Marching Orders” album review

    The Green’s new album, Marching Orders, has all the relaxed guitar riffs, lush vocals, and nostalgic lyrics you could hope for in an early fall release. With the members of The Green’s varying instrumentations and awe-inspiring harmonies, Marching Orders isn't... Read more

  • New Kingston “A Kingston Story: Come From Far” review

    New Kingston “A Kingston Story: Come From Far” review

    After crafting three immaculate full albums of outstanding reggae tunes, New Kingston has returned this year with a much more “mature” release, a term that is usually code for either boring or uninspiring.Come From Far is our experience; as a family, as... Read more

  • The Ellameno Beat unleashes “Surface” album

    The Ellameno Beat unleashes “Surface” album

    Living at the beach usually accompanies a laidback vibe – whether you're a surfer, a sun tanner, a yogi, or a yacht clubber. American reggae bands on both coasts envelope this sun-kissed energy, placing their unique imprint on promoting peace, love, and unity in... Read more

  • The Dubplates “Box Full Of Steel” album review

    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 sincerity shines beyond anything real.... Read more

  • The Holdup release new single “Solid”

    The Holdup release new single “Solid”

    Since the critical acclaim success of their 2011 debut album titled Still Gold, reggae and music lovers have been clamoring and anxiously waiting for new music from California based reggae band The Holdup. Since releasing their debut album the band has garnered a great deal of... Read more

  • Ammoye to shed “The Light”

    Ammoye to shed “The Light”

    Jamaican/Canadian chanteuse Ammoye blends real-world issues with uplifting messages in her latest full-length album, The Light. Although the 17-track album has yet to hit digital outlets, Ammoye is already nominated for three Junos (the Canadian equivalent to the GRAMMYs), and is ready to take... Read more

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