Back to the roots. As music (and the world for that matter) pushes forward at a million miles a second, sometimes taking the time to reflect on where we came from, and who came before us, provides the insight and inspiration needed today.… Read More
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San Diego’s Tribal Seeds is one of the longest tenured bands of the progressive roots scene, with this longevity speaking to the top shelf quality of their music. They boast a distinctive, modern essence, thanks in large part to the instantly recognizable singing… Read More
Toronto-based Chronicles Dub Trio is set to release their newest EP Chapter II: Marcus Garvey on September 1.
Featuring Alexei Orechin on guitar, Jonathan Rattos on bass, melodica, and keys, and his brother Craig Rattos on drums, the trio are all members of Humber and Toronto Universities… Read More
When The Expanders dropped an album of classic Jamaican reggae covers, Old Time Something Come Back Again, in 2012, many people fell in love with their throwback sound, not realizing the band was new, young, and American. Their distinct three-part vocal harmonies paired with groovy piano riffs, laid-back… Read More
While the American reggae/reggae rock scene has grown exponentially in the past several years, one of its core characteristics has always been its connection to surfing culture, and this is no doubt exemplified by progressive roots reggae band, The Ellameno BeatRead More
“Growing Up” tiptoes into the room like the warm sunlight of a new day beginning. The synthesizer and bass drum celestial swirl builds, engulfing your mind and allowing your thoughts to flow. When Ted Bowne’s voice emerges, it’s like the feeling of that first hug when reuniting with an… Read More