Krooked Treez ‘Higher Place’ album review

Like what New Orleans is to jazz, or Seattle was to grunge, Southern California as of late has been the absolute hub of reggae rock.  With an abundance of artists originating from SoCal, it is undeniably difficult to break out as a band and differentiate yourself from the rest. Krooked Treez debut album Higher Place […]

The Dirty Heads ‘Home | Phantoms of the Summer’ album review

The highly anticipated album Home | Phantoms of the Summer from the Southern California boys, The Dirty Heads dropped late October 2013. Following their previous installment Cabin by the Sea, The Dirty Heads valorously released an acoustic album, which to say the least, is very uncommon in the reggae rock sub genre. There is however […]

Indubious ‘Wake the Lion’ album review

There isn’t much confusion when you hear that Indubious song in your (or your friend’s) playlist. Indubious, an Oregon-based group has an extremely unique sound that is simply unrivaled by any other in the genre. The combination of the slap bass of Spencer Burton and the lyrics from either himself or his brother, bandmate and […]

The Green “Hawaii ’13” album review

The very much anticipated album from the Hawaiian natives, The Green, hit retailers on August 20, 2013 to the delight of many many patient fans around the globe.  The album simply entitled Hawai’i ’13 pays homage to the bands tight hometown roots and stays true to their image, which is apparent from the start of […]

The Movement ‘Side by Side’ album review

Like just about any band with numerous albums under their belt, The Movement has slowly but surely left many of their old ways behind and have refined their sound and have really hit the “sweet spot” with their latest and fourth studio release titled Side by Side. The Movement’s first studio album On Your Feet […]

Through The Roots ‘Take You There’ album review

Since 2008, these San Diego natives have been pumping out music and making huge impressions across the United States.  In just a matter of years, this five piece So-Cal reggae rock band has been touring with high profile names like Iration, Rebelution, Tribal Seeds, The Green and the list goes on.  It takes huge talent […]

New Kingston ‘Kingston University’ album review

Few reggae artists from the last few years have been as hard working and prominent in the genre, while still being as charismatic and down to earth as these three guys from Brooklyn, New York. New Kingston is passionately admired by not only their hardcore fans, but each and every band as well. Their touring […]