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Throwback Thursday: Burning Spear

I was born in 1981, the year Bob Marley died, and alongside my generation, his was THE reggae we knew, if we knew reggae at all in our youth.  Then, along came Sublime’s West Coast influence on music, and we suddenly became a generation whose ears naturally… Read More

dub transports mixing engineers through time

Dub mixing is the ultimate musical interaction between man and machine. Pioneered by legends King Tubby and Lee “Scratch” Perry in Jamaica in the late 1960s, dub (sometimes referred to as dubwise or dub reggae) transports mixing engineers through time and drops them at the mixing console during a… Read More

Talkin’ Bout My Generation

Part 1. Past – Struggle City

Part 2. Present – Coffee Revive

Part 3. Remember – Jersey Mike 

Part 1. Harrisburg is coming up. Chris and I were pulling into the central Pennsylvania city a bit early. I knew Harrisburg to be a beat town.… Read More