Tag Archive for ‘reggae music’
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
There is very good news in the world of Reggae. Pachyman, the Puerto Rican-born Los Angeles-based one-man-dub-band, has a new EP out!
Roots music fans and dedicated Rootfire readers will know already that Pachyman has established himself as one of today’s most reliable sources of heavy, throwback-style riddims and skillfully… Read More
A couple of weeks ago, Rootfire published an Artist Spotlight article about international producer/engineer/recording artist extraordinaire, Victor Rice, who has enhanced the work of hundreds of reggae acts from around the world during his multi-decade career. One… Read More
Q: What do you get when you mix three parts roots reggae, two parts electronic/drum and bass, one part hip-hop and one part indie pop?
A: An audible elixir that increases heart rates, induces bodily movement and elicits elation.
Emerging from the diverse and deep pool of musical… Read More
Gramps Morgan is one of the GREAT voices in modern music. When Mr. Morgan sings, the people listen. And when the song he sings carries a powerful message of hope and validation, as is the case with his new single and video “People Like You,” everyone within earshot takes a deep breath… Read More
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