Collie Buddz “Good Life” album review

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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...

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  • 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

  • Satsang “Pyramid(s)” album review

    Satsang “Pyramid(s)” album review

    Reggae and alternative artists of today strive to make the world a better place through their music. Whether through personal experiences or from their own hypotheses of change, modern music is transitioning into a source of hope and deliverance from the troubled times we've... Read more

  • Nattali Rize “Rebel Frequency” album review

    Nattali Rize “Rebel Frequency” album review

    In these times of disorientation and uncertainty, at least music can offer a way out of feeling lost in the wilderness. International reggae songstress Nattali Rize will prove this with their debut album Rebel Frequency released on March 24th, 2017.Rize continues her uplifting and conscious... Read more

  • Project: Out of Bounds “Sounds of Revolution” EP

    Project: Out of Bounds “Sounds of Revolution” EP

    San Diego progressive reggae band Project: Out of Bounds (POB) is celebrating a decade of music with their new EP, Sounds of Revolution. Over the years, POB has made a name for themselves touring up and down the west coast, promoting their self-proclaimed “dark... Read more

  • Inna Vision “Highest Grade” EP review

    Inna Vision “Highest Grade” EP review

    After nearly a decade of touring and making music, Maui’s first original roots reggae band, Inna Vision, has become known as veterans of the reggae scene and are looked up to by many bands – both old and new. This three-piece band has... Read more

  • Shanty “Strange Little Human” EP review

    Shanty “Strange Little Human” EP review

    From the streets of London town rises a band that simply cannot be ignored. Combining elements of reggae, blues, electronica, and hip hop, Shanty has come a long way since their origin a few short years ago. Led by frontman Benjamin Willis and Grime MC... Read more

  • Jon Wayne and The Pain album review

    Jon Wayne and The Pain album review

    Singer Jon Wayne, of Jon Wayne and The Pain, has overcome a circumstance that many people unfortunately never do. At 27-years-old, Jon was homeless, living on the streets, addicted to heroin and to alcohol. Fortunately for Jon, he was given another chance. He reached out... Read more

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