Reggae Release Radar is Rootfire’s weekly list of new reggae releases (albums/singles/EP’s) from independent artists and prominent labels alike. RRR is open to all artists regardless of size or status and provides an opportunity for up-and-coming artists to be included alongside globally recognized headliners.… Read More
Tag Archive for ‘ska’
Win a copy of The Appetizers’ “Listen Up!” 10-Track LP, releasing October 7, 2022 courtesy of Badasonic Records. Enter below.
As the year 2000 welcomed a new decade it also ushered in the end of an immensely popular Third Wave Ska movement. The journey was fun for many; some fans ordered CDs from Moon Ska records via mail to enjoy, while others wrote, printed, stapled and… Read More
There is an online petition circulating with the goal of getting Toots Hibbert inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This is a no-brainer and needs to happen.
Toots Hibbert is one of the undisputed pillars of Jamaican Music.… Read More
Reggae Release Radar started back in October of 2020. It is an ever-evolving weekly list of new reggae releases (albums/singles/EP’s) from independent artists and prominent labels alike. RRR is open to all artists regardless of size or status and provides an opportunity for up-and-coming artists to be included alongside… Read More
About five years ago, Jayson “Agent Jay” Nugent, guitarist of the internationally adored NYC-based ska/reggae band, The Slackers, had been cycling north on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn. After hitting a patch of construction that was not barricaded, Nugent badly broke and dislocated… Read More
The hysteria surrounding the coronavirus increases daily. While we all need to stay informed and take precautions to remain healthy and not contribute to the spreading of this flu-like virus, amid this growing panic, let’s not lose sight of those who are fighting for their lives against… Read More
Recently I was hanging out on tour with my friends Jesse Wagner and Roger Rivas, singer/guitarist and organist respectively of L.A. early-reggae group The Aggrolites. We somehow got onto the subject of past interviews we had given, and how frequently in the course of these interviews we had encountered… Read More