DJ Kayla Kush got started as a radio DJ on KZSC-Santa Cruz in 2008. In 2010, after moving to Madison, she began hosting U DUB, a weekly roots reggae radio show on WSUM. She has been playing gigs consistently at music venues, events, and festivals since 2012… Read More
Category Archive for ‘Women in Reggae’
The bittersweet Odyssey of Sublime is both a Cinderella story and a tragedy.
Fusing ska, dub, roots and dancehall reggae, punk, hip-hop and even heavy metal and acoustic-folk, the Long Beach trio incorporated disparate… Read More
Nattali Rize & Kumar join forces for this exciting new installment from Rize, “Indestructible.” She has enlisted the talents of French Production squad 4 Examples, GRAMMY winning mix engineer James ‘Bonzai’ Caruso, and the musical genius that is Kumar to bring us the next taste from her… Read More
San Diego Dub-Reggae group Boostive has just released the music video for their first single “Runnin” after signing with Slightly Stoopid’s label, Stoopid Records. This band’s heavyweight sound has earned them a tour with Lee “Scratch” Perry, collaborations with Matisyahu and performances at California’s most renown festivals.… Read More
As the US reggae scene evolves over time, there are some major forces at play, shaping the scene and helping get this music in front of more people who will love it.
What role has radio played in your life? My family used to listen to it on the drive to and from school. As a teenager I used to stay up late and listen to a show called Indie Soundcheck on FM 102.1, my notebook and pen in hand, ready… Read More