Passafire’s ‘Interval’ EP review

I checked my email late one night and I noticed an unopened message from my editor with the subject line reading: Passafire’s new EP. The ensuing message contained the four track EP, titled Interval, in addition to an offer to write the review for the recently released music from the Georgia-based band. As curious as […]

Slightly Stoopid’s Everything Is Awesome 2015 summer tour

One of the longest tenured bands in the genre today, Slightly Stoopid is set to embark on an extensive summer tour. Their “Everything Is Awesome” tour kicks off on July 8th in Simsbury, Connecticut and will feature the likes of Dirty Heads as well as select appearances by The Expendables and Stick Figure. In addition […]

John Brown’s Body “Kings And Queens In Dub” album

John Brown’s Body proves once again that they are one of the leaders in the development of American reggae. The New York/Boston based band has just announced that they will release their most recent project, Kings And Queens In Dub, on April 7th. While the group’s last album bears much resemblance in name (Kings And […]

Music Unites: Reggae Around the World, Volume 4

Music Unites – Reggae Around The World is back with the fourth installment of their charity-inspired reggae compilations. Volume four is a representation of the diversity within today’s reggae genre. Tracks by rising reggae artists Leilani Wolfgramm, the upbeat English band Gentleman’s Dub Club, and the always smooth Kevin Kinsella all help to create an […]

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad Steady Tour 2015

One of the most respected genre bending reggae groups out there, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, returns to touring this month. On February 6th, GPGDS will play Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, Colorado to kick off their 2015 Steady tour. Their most recent album, which happens to go under the same name, debuted at number […]

Rebelution “Count Me In Remix EP”

The band worked with some of the genre’s premier producers One of the most popular reggae rock bands in recent memory, Rebelution, has just announced that they will release an EP of remixes from their recent album Count Me In. The band worked with some of the genre’s premier producers and musicians to complete this […]

22nd annual 9 Mile Festival

On Valentine’s Day of this year, Miami will host the 22nd Annual 9 Mile Music Festival. This special celebration seeks to honor the late musical genius and reggae pioneer, Bob Marley. Featured prominently in the all day event will be three of Bob’s sons, Stephen, Damian, and Julian. The Marley Boys will be supported by […]

The Green announce 2015 Chocolates & Roses tour

In 2014, The Green toured across the states, played to a packed crowd at the coveted California Roots Festival, won three Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards, and even played shows with pop superstar Bruno Mars. The Hawaii-bred group looks to continue with this recent high in 2015, announcing their Chocolates & Roses tour with Through the […]

Jehua releases his new single “Your Man”

Bassist and vocalist for renowned reggae band Natural Vibrations, Jehua Evans has branched out on his own for a soulful solo project. Jehua’s debut single “Your Man” brings with it some smooth melodies similar to those of Natty Vibes but with a subtly different sound that we hope will lead to further success for the […]

Cali Treez is here

From the guys who brought you the smash hits “Rebel” and “So in Love With California” comes a new reggae, rock and hip-hop fusion “mash-up” on a mission to make some noise – the kind that disrupts listeners’ day to day lives and injecting that sweet flavor directly into the ears. The Southern California trio […]

Madrid welcomes SOJA

I arrived in Madrid on the day of the concert by way of high-speed train. Located right in the middle of Spain, it was only a two-hour ride from the slightly northwest home of my university in the Capital of the Spanish Province of Castille and Leon, a charming city named Valladolid. With the show […]

The Collision tour with The Green featuring J Boog

On November 11th, one of the reggae genre’s most loved and commercially successful bands, The Green, will embark on an ambitious combination tour with the just as smooth J Boog. The widespread west coast tour kicks off in the Central Coast’s premiere reggae venue, SLO Brew, in sunny San Luis Obispo, California. Hitting 17 stops […]

Music Unites – Healing of a Nation

Supporters of good reggae music, cannabis connoisseurs, and those who enjoy the feeling of donating to charitable causes will most surely be fans of the fourth edition of Music Unites’ reggae compilations. Titled Healing of a Nation, the album features 20 tracks by some of the biggest names in the reggae scene with proceeds from […]

Pepper 2014 Fall tour announcement

Fresh out of a summer tour with The Dirty Heads and Aer, Pepper has just announced plans for an extensive fall tour. Starting on November 10th in Tuscon, the band will play twenty-six shows in a little over a month’s time. The genre-defying band that hail from Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, will be accompanied by the always-melodic […]

New Kingston: Kingston City Tour 2014

Starting on October twenty seventh in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, rising reggae group New Kingston will embark on a twenty-three show, thirteen state national tour titled Kingston City. Fresh off a serene stint on Tribal Seeds’ Representing summer tour, the constantly touring band will host venues in states ranging from Florida to California, ending with their […]