Browsing the "Early Reggae" Tag

The Expanders – Roots And Culture from Los Angeles

June 17th, 2015 | by Pete

The Expanders from Los Angeles are on a mission to introduce the world to Roots Reggae music. Four years ago they released their self-titled debut, followed by “Old Time Something”, a free album of classic Roots covers two years later. As The Expanders are about to release their sophomore long player, “Hustling Culture”,


Reggae Hit Europe – The Aggrolites Interview

October 1st, 2014 | by Joachim

The Aggrolites Interview: Ten years after their first European tour, the famous inventors of Dirty Reggae are coming back once again for a whole month. A lot has changed in the meantime. The Aggrolites have pretty much changed the whole game, their influence on the global Ska scene can hardly be overstated


Ed Rome Releases Snapshot – Review

September 5th, 2014 | by Joachim

Ed Rome knows all the tricks on how to make a tune sound just right the old-school way, and is still able to inject some individual twists into it, some chord progression you wouldn’t expect, or a break in which the usually muted guitars get more space; or a change of beat


Vote The Album Of The Year 2012

December 28th, 2012 | by Joachim

The pool becomes bigger every year with bands from all over the world adding their take on Ska, Rocksteady and Early Reggae. The producers of the album of the year 2012 need not come from Jamaica or England, they can also live in Denmark, Russia or India


The Ultimate Christmas Wishlist For Ska People 2012

December 10th, 2012 | by Joachim

If you want to help your spouses, friends, parents, children and colleagues, forward them this list, share it via your channels, adding your personal remarks and some of the good stuff might be coming back to you this Christmas time



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