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First Listen: Abby Dallas produced by Llamar “Riff Raff” Brown – “Rude Boy Lovin’”

Kingston, Jamaica’s Abby Dallas drops her new single “Rude Boy Lovin’” tomorrow (August 9) on Ineffable / Nebilus Records. “The song is about love and female empowerment. The female in the song is not afraid to say what she wants and how she wants to be treated by her lover.” -Abby Dallas

Produced by Llamar Riff Raff” Brown, this is the first of many upcoming releases between Brown and Ineffable.… Read More

Ticket Giveaway & Interview: Pepper

Think back to June of 1997. What was your life like then? Where were you living and working? Who were you spending time with? Were you in school? In diapers? Were you even born yet??

Think about how much your life and the world around you has changed since then.Read More

Project 432 – Passenger – Out Now!

For a touring musician, Denver, CO is always an eagerly anticipated date on the tour schedule. Crowds are often receptive and excited. There is just something super fun about playing in Denver. And one of  the most appealing features for any out-of-town bands rolling through is the abundance of high-quality local bands that are likely to be on the bill.… Read More

First Listen: Jim The Boss – Dub In Hifi

Are you one of those reggae fans that scours the internet, including social media groups, message boards, eBay and record distributor websites in search of rare vinyl? Do you pull over to the side of the road for every garage sale to rummage through milk crates of dusty old LPs?… Read More

Get to Know Walshy Fire: New album ‘ABENG’ connects Africa and the Caribbean

From selling cassette tapes in Florida, to becoming a DJ, and becoming part of Major Lazer, Jamaican-born, Miami-based DJ/producer Walshy Fire has been influential in spreading Caribbean music and culture to the masses. He recently released his debut solo album ABENG, an upbeat and exciting take on the sounds of the broader African Diaspora which features some of the biggest names in Afrobeats/Afropop, along with, reggae, dancehall and soca artists.Read More