The opening track ‘Dictionary’ spells out the terms for this album. MASSIVE bass is taking away your breath. “Are You Ready?” is the rhetorical question. Yes, we are!
For those of you who are not familiar with Sly Drumbar’s and Robbie Basspeare’s work - which is after all possible, especially for the younger generations - don’t worry, you will be able to quickly catch up. After listening to
THE UNKNOWN RECORDING
Over a Forty-four year period, Bill King either stored in a garage, basement or transported fifteen 2” tape recordings, most absent track sheets, and recorded between 1974 to 1985. Some were jazz and others reggae and funk sessions with his various bands.
Out of curiosity King had four of those 2" tapes baked (in order to attempt to preserve magnetic tapes you can bake
Jamaica being its cradle, Reggae wasn’t invented on a rainy Sunday afternoon by a couple of people. It involved many workers from many places before it exploded all over the world. This album partially feels like a tribute to those unsung heroes. Yet, it has too many new elements - both lyrically and musically - to be deemed as just a mere tribute.
Reggae Workers of The World is a supergroup
Samini born in Accra, Ghana is a Ghanaian Reggae and Dancehall recording artiste from Wa, Ghana.
Samini has released Six studio albums, with all being highly successful on the commercial market.
His debut studio album, Dankwasere topped the local music charts for weeks and won two awards at the Ghana Music Awards.He has performed alongside Sean Paul, Akon, Shaggy, Damian Marley, Jay-Z. He
It is indeed a very complete album with one overarching theme; that of ‘conspiracies’. You know, the stories that get debunked in mainstream media as outrageous and crazy, met by incredulous stares of the uninitiated, whilst remaining very persistent. Maybe because they bare witness of events that are otherwise are hard to proof. Who knows? Jah knows…
16 tracks plus one intro. 16 conspiracy
Ikenna: It's nice getting in touch with you, Allan. Please tell us about your band, The Conscious Underground.
Allan: I give thanks for the opportunity to reason with you. Well, the underground was formed back in 2012. We started it as an answer to what we were not hearing on the radio. Consciousness and truth were lacking, so we saw that as a path forward and knowing that we would be rejected
Show host Dubmatix takes us on a musical journey of discovery across the landscape of groove! The Bassment Sessions are all about groove! Be it Funk, Reggae, Dubstep, Drum & Bass, Grime or Hip-Hop. If it makes you feel good and makes you move, you will find here!
Dubmatix is a Canadian composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and seven-time JUNO Award winner & nominee hailing from Toronto
Greetings Rasta, how are you doing?
Yes Rasta, cool man, I’m fine, I’m here with you in South Africa, It makes me very happy. My new album is almost finished, I’m working on its release
Q: We have featured a number of your tracks in recent months like ‘Free Child’, ‘New Moment’ and ‘Strong Life’ as well as your latest single ‘Dance As A Lion’ on our radio. It is our honour to now sit down
King Mavuthela: Hello and happy to talk to you here at Ubuntu FM
Onirose: Hey! I’m truly delighted, thank you!
You can learn more about Onirose on her website onirose.com
King Mavuthela: Tell our listeners and your fans about Onirose. Who is Onirose? Your background…….
Onirose: Would you believe that I suck at the gift of description. Really, it’s like I’m met with a brick wall when