Mixtape 008 – At The Beach (mixed by Alific)

Rootfire Mixtape 008 – At The Beach // Curated and Mixed by Alific
Produced by Brendan Dane and Seth Herman
Release Date: July 14, 2015
Length: 26:38

0:00 – 2:26 – Fat Freddys DropBlack Bird
0:21 – 1:01 – The MovementScary [drum beat sample]
2:12 – 3:03 – Lilly AllenSmile [riddim sample]
3:03 – 4:42 – Stick FigureSmokin Love Remix
4:42 – 6:31 – The MovementTime To Elevate [remixed by The Shelbz]
6:31 – 8:41 – The ExpandersUptown Set
8:36 – 9: 06 – G. Love & Special SauceMaking Amends
9:06 – 9:30 – SublimeScarlet Begonias [drum beat intro sample]
9:16 – 9:30 – Sublime54/46 That’s My Number [vox sample]
9:16 -10:30 – Jurassic 5 Get it Together
10:11 – 10:52 – The MovementLivest Shit [drum beat sample]
10:29 – 11:28 – Lloyd & GlenJezebel
11:23 – 12:51 – Prince BusterTake it Easy
12:56 – 14:05 – Mos DubHistory Town
13:55 – 14:26 – Collie BuddzSearching
14:15 – 17:42 – ShaggyMad Mad World (feat Sizzla Kalonji & Collie Buddz)
17:29 – 19:07 – Tribal SeedsSoundwaves (feat. Eric Rachmany of Rebelution)
19:04 – 21:37 – House of ShemParty
21:21 – 23:50 – Stephen ‘Ragga’ MarleyHey Baby (feat. Mos Def)
23:24 – 24:11 – Stephen ‘Ragga’ Marley – Inna di Red (feat Ben Harper) [drum beat sample]
23:46 – 24:09 – FugaziWaiting Room [bass sample]
24:10 – 25:09 –Stephen ‘Ragga’ Marley – The Traffic Jam (feat. Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley)
24:36 – 25:31 – AtmosphereGuns and Cigarettes
25:33 – 26:42 – Bob Marley – Mr. Brown Remix [remixed by Alific]

Rootfire At The Beach: August 2 at Avila Beach Resort in Avila Beach, CA!

http://rootfire.net/rootfire_events/rootfire-at-the-beach/

Seth founded Rootfire while he was managing a group of influential modern reggae acts, including The Green, John Brown’s Body, and Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad. The goal of the project has always been to connect the people who participate in the modern reggae movement.
  • Dope mix! Love the Stephen Marley Traffic Jam cut, one of my favorites by him! Also dig the Movement remix and the way you weave in the old school with the new school, from roots to branches yes I! Keep em comin!