Brian Nelson a.k.a. Red Ninja is passionate about making music, making friends, experiencing life and living to tell the tale. Whether dropping heavy dub beats, cruising untouched Rocky Mountain powder, or talking shop about the music biz, Nelson’s approach is pure ninja.
Gentleman’s Dub Club have proven themselves a formidable force in the international music scene, maintaining a steady flow of quality new music since their inception in 2006. Today GDC releases “Turning Back” ft. Million Stylez, the latest single from their upcoming album Lost in Space due out January 25 on… Read More
The music of Dustin Thomas is rooted in message. This is a writer and performer who takes his role as a voice with an audience seriously. With a month of tour stops opening for international favorites John Butler Trio kicking off tonight, that audience is looking to do nothing but… Read More
Reggae has always been a genre that lends itself to crossover, particularly in the US. Many of America’s favorite reggae acts have some degree of musical fusion that occurs, be it bands like Sublime with their distinct blend of ska, punk and reggae, or 311 with their more compositional… Read More
Australia’s John Butler Trio has been bringing their unique sonic blend to audiences world-wide for twenty years now. With a track record of platinum sales, Butler is part of a new wave of career artists who have taken control of their music as co-founder of the independent record label Read More
– Installation Four: Burning Down – The Detail’s in the Dub –
Today marks the official release of Mind in Motion, the debut album from mastermind Matt Benoit, known predominantly for his role as drummer of HIRIE. Mind in Motion is an exploration through the land of experimental dub, with… Read More
Instrumental music has long been an essential part of the history of reggae music. Versions of popular riddims were at the core of sound system parties, laying the foundation for DJs and toasters who hyped the crowd, fighting for the biggest reaction.… Read More