WORDS: Before tablets, there were trees. Before smartphones, there were streams. Before laptops, there were lakes. Before personal computers,… Read More
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When it comes to dub music, fans of Jamaican reggae are likely familiar with the handful of legendary full-length LPs by giants of the genre like King Tubby, Lee “Scratch” Perry and Scientist. Great albums like King Tubby’s Meets Rockers Uptown (King Tubby… Read More
When I started work on Floralorix’s album, their commitment was immediately obvious. It was manifested both in their pure love of classic reggae but, perhaps most importantly, in their intent to sound honest, with just the right amount of unusual creativity along the way.… Read… Read More
When American reggae band The Movement’s sixth album Golden topped the Reggae Albums chart for the week of April 30, it was a testament to their supportive fan base, earned through years of consistent touring, and a triumph for an alternative to the traditional record label structure.… Read… Read More
About: Jah Blem Muzik is a Roots Reggae Dub Selector & Curator with a mission to document the Modern Roots Era. Today, we feature a special guest post from by Jah Blem with a focus on Revival Dub Volume 3, the latest of his excellent Mixtape series.… Read More