The remix is my favorite art from. It’s no surprise that the very concept is a derivative from the Jamaican dub experience. Here we have Dub Apocalypse getting THE treatment from legendary long time associate Matt Saccuccimorano who mixed DA drummer Tommy Benedetti’s foundational American reggae group, John… Read More
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Prince Fatty has a knack for showcasing the vocal prowess of the artists he works with, building a foundation of strong groove and dub for those featured performers to shine. His latest release, out to the public in its entirety on June 19, does exactly that.… Read More
Support your favorite artists from home on RootfireTV!
While artists and fans are stuck at home, the Rootfire community wants to do our part to help fill the void. Starting immediately we will be hosting regularly scheduled Q&A’s and live sessions for artists at Rootfire.net/TV.… Read More
In honor of the recent Best Reggae Album Grammy nomination of the new Steel Pulse album “Mass Manipulation” released on Rootfire Cooperative, this Rare Record Showcase focuses on my personal favorite Steel Pulse record, and in my opinion one of the most underrated records in Reggae, 1980’s… Read More
NYC, 2am, 1990-something. A Ford Bronco drives through the still bustling streets with its windows down and a bunch of rowdy revelers inside singing loudly along with the blasting reggae music.
I am living while I am living to the father I will pray
Only… Read More
“The goal is to write and record the baddest riddims possible and watch Babylon tumble from the weight of pure bass.”
-Maddie Ruthless, NYC, 2018
Over the years, I have had the privilege of interviewing quite a few musicians from within the reggae community… Read More