Brand New Releases
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• Presented in an unique floppy disc styee - oh wait some of you might not even know this format lol - Jahtari outta Leipzig dropping two badass digital boomer and this one styled by Peter King, produced by Naram and Art the Red Robin duo, is a lyrical interpretation of "One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer" which has been covered in Jamaican music numeros time for over half a century. Like "Bad Memory" this raggamuffin deejay's got some real stories to tell! Highly recommended. Also check out the heavy offbeat hiphop infused dub by Monkey Marc as well. Boom bits!
Classic Releases
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• Kudos to their Linval Thompson reissues - Hot Milk a reissue label outta London dropping 1983' UK roots reggae treasury, an album by I Benjahman, who is quite a mysterious figure released a few singles and this LP in the early 80's but not so much afterwards. Certainly worth mentioning that this album includes 16 (!) more tracks than the original LP edition. Nice work once again!
Earl Sixteen
Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Aug 12, 2010
Date Updated: Nov 8, 2017
Earl ‘Sixteen’ Daley has never stopped singing for those who care, not only about reggae music, but also about the message within the music.
Artist Hall of Fame
Gay Feet / High Note
Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Mar 6, 2009
Date Updated: Nov 15, 2017
Sonia Pottinger was Jamaica’s first and foremost female record producer; her husband, Lyndon O. Pottinger, was one of the unacknowledged founding fathers of Jamaican music.
Label Hall of Fame
Party Time
Text by Dub Store Sound Inc.
Date Added: Jan 6, 2010
Date Updated: Apr 15, 2016
Classical Rock Steady rhythm recorded at Studio One, the original cut was performed by Heptones in 1967.
Rhythm Hall of Fame