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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”,


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


Derrick Harriott – Music is a feeling!

April 13th, 2014 | by Pete

Derrick Harriott is the producer of Rocksteady classics like „Stop That Train“, „The Loser“ and so many others. It would be a bold understatement to call him underrated


The Lee Thompson Interview

May 7th, 2013 | by Pete

In the wake of the Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra's album release "The Benevolence Of Sister Mary Ignatius", we were happy to catch Lee Thompson (of Madness) for an interview



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