|IceBenders - Beach Scene from Psycho Reggae/Dub, Experimental, Drum 'n' Bass / Jungle, Instrumental||22/05/2012|
Other tracks by IceBenders: Sweat Collector - Almost Home
|Frieda's Boss - No Such Thing Reggae/Dub, Ska, Roots, Reggae||03/05/2012|
I felt compelled to let people know that there was “no such thing as a typical Jamaican, they only exist on the screen”.
Other tracks by Frieda's Boss: Easy To Say - Good Eno'
|Will Smith - Hurt No More Indigenous||18/04/2012|
|Jesse Morris & the 3 Beans - Stepping Over You Reggae/Dub||03/04/2012|
|Nicky Bomba - Highgrade Reggae/Dub||30/03/2012|
A small island with a high output of great music, sometimes it is the only voice people have.
Simple. Powerful. Immediate.
Highgrade is Gong Joly’s story about Jamaican life, celebrating a sacrament.
Bless Nicky Bomba
|Blue King Brown - The March featuring Jah Mason Reggae/Dub, Roots, Dub||12/03/2012|
Working with Jah Mason on 'The March' was incredibly creatively inspiring for BKB.
|William Street Strikers - Madboy Rock, Ska||17/01/2012|
|Dubmarine - Point The Bone Reggae/Dub, Live Performance||14/12/2011|
This is a recording of their exciting performance at 2011 Big Sound showcase.
Other tracks by Dubmarine: Chip Bone
|Jesse Morris & the 3 Beans - Should I Go Reggae/Dub||09/12/2011|
|Dubmarine - Unconditional Reggae/Dub, Dub, Reggae, Roots||08/12/2011|
|Henry Ashwyn (written by Stephen Giles) - Wiluna Town Reggae/Dub||02/12/2011|
|Kelvin (KP) Patch - Tjunnu Reggae/Dub||02/12/2011|
|Stuart Long - Bondini Indigenous, Country||02/12/2011|
|Blue King Brown - N.F.A (Never Fade Away Revisited) Reggae/Dub, Roots||11/11/2011|
'N.F.A' sees BKB once again push genre boundaries with this banging new dubstep remake of the ever relevant Never Fade Away.
|Dirtgirl - Every Little Drop Reggae/Dub, Soundtrack (Film Related), Pop||09/11/2011|
Other tracks by Dirtgirl: Funky In The Compost - Chicken Jam
|The Nomad - Deeper featuring Jornick & Saritah Reggae/Dub, Dub, Electronic, Dance||04/11/2011|
|Aminata Doumbia and Jake Savona - Mimi Wako (I am Yours) Ethnic Multicultural, African, Hip Hop, Reggae||17/10/2011|
Sung in Swahili, God is the only solution to all our problems and the only way.
Aminata Doumbia (vocals) Jake Savona (bass/ programming), Anita Larkin (balafon/ percussion), Chiko Henderson (guitar).
Written by Aminata Doumbia & Jake Savona, produced and mixed by Jake Savona.
|Blak Roots - Running to the Mountain Zion Ethnic Multicultural, Reggae, African, Funk||13/10/2011|
Sung in English, Swahili and French - "we are all running for peace in our lives" Written by William Kadima, arranged by Blak Roots - A unique brand of African/Reggae fusing upbeat rhythms of jazz/soul/funk fused with African inspired harmonies.
Other tracks by Blak Roots: Waniua (You Kill My Heart)
|The Red Eyes - Circles Reggae/Dub, Electronic||21/09/2011|
|The Levitators - Once Again Reggae/Dub, Hip Hop, Pop, Downbeat||14/09/2011|
Other tracks by The Levitators: Microphone Freak - Sunshine in My Juice