With a new self-released album out and a constantly growing fan base of dedicated listeners, 2019 has been another big year for Satsang. The brain child of Montana-based Drew McManus, Satsang delivers conscious, heart-felt music that is relatable, honest and uplifting.… Read More
Rootfire’s “Rare Record Showcase” is a bi-monthly series dedicated to sharing top-quality Jamaican and Jamaican-inspired records of the past, that have heretofore unjustly existed under the radar of all but the most deep-diving music lovers.
I discovered this record late, about 15 years into my reggae obsession.… Read More
Prince Fatty’s upcoming new album may be called In the Viper’s Shadow, but his tasty approach to dub production has him solidly in the spotlight. September 6 marks the release of the second single from Viper’s, a fresh take on The Ethiopians‘ hit “Everything Crash,” which turns 50 this year.… Read More
Rootfire’s “Rare Record Showcase” is a new bi-monthly series dedicated to sharing top-quality Jamaican and Jamaican-inspired records of the past, that have heretofore unjustly existed under the radar of all but the most deep-diving music lovers.
For this second edition of the Rootfire “Rare Record Showcase,” I’ve chosen one of my favorite Dub records, the late 70s scorcher entitled The Force Of Music – Freedom Fighters Dub.… Read More
Devin Morrison Interviews Nathan Feinstein.
For our second installment of Two On The Mic, Devin Morrison speaks with Iya Terra founder and frontman Nathan Feinstein. Some years ago Devin’s endorsement of Iya Terra actually played a huge role in getting them some early support tours and looks from other managers and agents in the scene.… Read More
The American reggae community continues to grow, with talented new artists sprouting up in many communities throughout the United States. California and Florida have always led the pack when it comes to the number of bands and strength of the fanbase, probably due to the abundance of coastlines and the perennial warm climates, which foster a strong beach and surfing culture.… Read More
In the words of DENM, Southern California is “not all Beverly Hills and Malibu. It’s tough and you gotta learn to be tough to make it.” DENM’s latest single, “Blow It Up,” takes us to the seedier side of SoCal in a cool-rolling party anthem that embodies the rough and tough experience of living in the beach town hustle.… Read More
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