Rootsland is a new podcast series presented by Consequence Of Sound, exploring the story of two friends who take a musical and spiritual journey from the suburbs of Long Island to the streets of Kingston, Jamaica. Narrated by Henry “K” Karyo, Rootsland tells musical stories of landscapes that span styles and genres, and transport the listeners to exotic locations.… Read More
Win a copy of Alborosie’s Back-A-Yard Dub vinyl LP, courtesy of VP Records and The Reggae PodClash. The album is a strictly instrumental dub mix of the acclaimed Wailing Souls album Back-A-Yard, which he produced last year. Back-A-Yard Dub features a rhythm section anchored by Roots Radics bassist Errol ‘Flabba’ Holt and recorded at Alborosie’s Shengen Studio in Kingston, Jamaica.… Read More
Vinyl Giveaway: Hugh Mundell / Roots Radics – “Rasta Have The Handle / Dangerous Match Two” 7-inch 45rpm
Win a copy of this heavy cultural classic on 7-inch 45 rpm vinyl, Hugh Mundell‘s “Rasta Have The Handle” backed with Scientist‘s dub mix of Roots Radics‘ “Dangerous Match Two.” Recorded in 1982, this is a prime example of the apex of producer Henry Junjo Lawes‘ work.… Read More
The Reggae PodClash is giving away a copy of Johnny Osbourne’s “Ice Cream Love” on 7″ 45rpm vinyl, courtesy of VP Records! Enter below. VP Records’ Jah Guidance imprint, one of the all-time greatest hits from the Dancehall Godfather, Johnny Osbourne, deep and moody, black and bluesy 1980 classic, featuring the Roots Radics in the ring with a heavy like Joe Frazier lick of “He Prayed.” Pressed on a fresh EU 7-inch single with printed sleeve.… Read More
The Reggae PodClash is giving away a “Total Reggae” CD Boxed Set courtesy of VP Records.
Contest ends Friday April 23 @ 11:59pm PT.
Winner will be notified via email from email@example.com. Due to shipping restrictions, we can only ship to addresses in the United States
Total Reggae was a VP compilation series created in 2008 to highlight VP and its acquisition of the storied Greensleeves Records catalog.… Read More
With the exception of last summer when COVID cases relented in the Northeast and good weather provided us with the opportunity to socialize outdoors (with masks at distance,) most of us have been largely confined to our residences for the better part of a year.… Read More