Category: Reviews / Interviews

INTERVIEW! Kevin Jordan Ries of The Ries Brothers, side project Echoing Dream
Over the last year, 22-year-old Kevin Jordan Ries, lead guitarist of The Ries Brothers has ventured into the great unknown of solo dub production, releasing singles galore as Echoing Dream. [...]
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REVIEW! LUA FLORA – TOP OF THE WORLD FT SONS OF PARADISE – BY DAVID…
Rooted in the mountains of North Carolina, the trio Lua Flora is “a floral mixture of reggae, folk, and world music.” The six year veterans of international performing have traveled [...]
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REVIEW! OVER THE BRIDGE – “CRUISE CONTROL” BY JARED LA FOSSE-BAKER
Cruise Control By Over The Bridge (OTB) is the second track released by the boys of OTB off their debut album. This track is very poignant for their second song [...]
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REVIEW! Oogee Wawa “Just Keep Swimming” Review by David Shaw
It’s been a wild ride for this Long Island group of misfits, bartenders, and perhaps the greatest showmen in reggae-rock history. Oogee Wawa is back in full force with the [...]
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REVIEW! Joey Calderaio “Dub Collection” Review by David Shaw
Joey Calderaio is a powerhouse of creativity. Joey’s managed to do what many up-and-comers have yet to do in the last year alone. During an international pandemic, he’s increased his [...]
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Over The Bridge: Carry On Single Review by Jared La Fosse-Baker
The boys of Over The Bridge (better known by their fans as OTB) have been rocking out since early 2014. In that time, they have evolved from jamming at little [...]
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DUB-321 – I Don’t Care Too Much For Reggae – Album Review by David Shaw
Cocoa Beach, Florida powerhouse Miles Galli of Dub-321 created an entire 19 track album wholly on his own. “I Don’t Care Too Much For Reggae,” an obvious Sublime reference, is [...]
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TREEHOUSE! | FULL IMMERSION | ALBUM REVIEW BY JB
“Music is not about perfect every time, it’s about a vibe”. This is the statement that eases you into the experience of “Full Immersion”, the third studio album by the [...]
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Through The Roots – Arrival – Album Review by Derrick Harbaugh
It had been six years for Through The Roots fans like myself excitedly anticipating another full-length album. With some singles and an acoustic EP released in between the last album [...]
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Dubbest – Gold Fever – Album Review by David Shaw
Dubbest…the name says it all. Although the name can be deceiving in regards to expecting a solely dub-based instrumental group. However, they are one of “DUB-BEST” contemporary and progressive reggae [...]
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