Signal Fire x The Ellameno Beat fight against “False Reality”

There is a lot of misinformation going on. There’s also a whole lot of escalating tension as the United States get led more and more astray by those at the top. Divided, we stand. One nation, under siege, without liberty or justice in sight. What can we do in such uncertain times? We pull the […]

Tribal Seeds live at The Grove Anaheim: Night One

On February 12th, California reggae roots band Tribal Seeds had the first of two drive-in shows at the City National Grove of Anaheim. The Friday show was added when the Saturday show sold out quicker than imagined! People truly miss their live shows. Doors opened at 5pm, which gave plenty of time for everyone to get […]

Sealegs at the Beach resumes live shows with Babylon Rockers

On February 6th, Sealegs at the Beach held their live concert season opener with Babylon Rockers. It also happened to be Bob Marley’s birthday! It was nice to be outside and see some friends again, from a safe distance and hear some live music, especially after a full year of COVID-19. With it being Bob’s birthday, Babylon […]

David Asher Band drops debut self-titled reggae rock album

Former frontman for legendary Detroit reggae rock group The Process has, after much anticipation, released his first full-length album and it is unmatched in creative flow and artistry! Now under the moniker David Asher Band (D.A.B.), the self-titled debut album reflects Asher’s journey as an artist throughout the years. Recorded by Christopher Lewis at Fire […]

Audic Empire drops “Johnny Rotten” ska single & video

Ska-reggae-punkers Audic Empire return with new single “Johnny Rotten” and accompanying music video! A formidable creature, Johnny Rotten is (apparently) a “son-of-a-bitch”, from the wrong neighborhood, with the wrong attitude after waking up on the wrong side of the bed. “With a handlebar mustache and some bad tattoos”, Rotten will steal your girl and flip […]

Leilani Wolfgramm unveils stripped acoustic version & video for “The Trail”

Singer-songwriter Leilani Wolfgramm is many things… of Tongan descent, daring, dabbling in realms of reggae rock, folk, experimental EDM. Yet, above all else, Wolfgramm remains raw. Two years following her emotionally-charged Live Wire full-length, Wolfgramm returns with a remix to “The Trail”, aka the album’s introductory track, via Mensch House Records. As if “The Trail” […]

Iya Terra explodes with “Ease & Grace” fire single

Bringing straight fire out of the City of Angels, revolutionary reggae rockers Iya Terra are back, ready to blow through your speakers with their new smash hit single, “Ease & Grace”. This new track absolutely crushes and is only going to further cement this band as a staple in the reggae scene, along with promoting […]

Kash’d Out creates waves with acoustic double single

Reggae rockers Kash’d Out have returned with the drop of two singles: acoustic versions of “Good at Gettin’ By”, along with “The Dream”. The singles come ahead of the release of their new acoustic album Casual Encounters, planning to hit virtual shelves on March 5th, 2021 under the band’s new home, LAW Records. Bringing the […]

SOJA releases cathartic cover EP

International reggae superstars SOJA have returned with the release of their latest project: an EP recorded over the years, consisting of renditions of some of the band’s favorite songs and ones that have inspired them throughout the decades. Simply titled The Covers EP, the release covers legends like Bob Marley with “So Much Trouble In […]

Irie Nature & friends drop ‘The Almost Acoustic Sessions’ EP

Los Angeles-based reggae artist Irie Nature (born Carl Bellotti) has dropped his latest project, The Almost Acoustic Sessions EP to help ease you into a new year — one hopefully as calm and soothing as this release! The soft, gentle vibes of acoustic guitar, as well as Bellotti’s vocals, help coast you into a state […]

The Olés brave a new world in “Barricades” single

Santa Barbara boys The Olés have released “Barricades”, the newest single off of their upcoming album scheduled to drop late summer 2022. The track is a captivating, surreal experience that only begins to show off the talent that this band possesses. Having built a reputation for creating “the kind of music you put on while […]

Kenny Nishikawa comments on new lo-fi EP & playing reggae

2021 is already shaping up to be a renaissance of sorts within the music industry! With the New Year comes spotlights on new music releases. Today we are highlighting lo-fi artist Kenny Nishikawa of San Jose, California. You may have seen Kenny rocking the bass for Vana Liya or maybe you’ve seen him behind the […]

The Irie reveals “Never Alone” single & video off upcoming EP

Arizona reggae band The Irie return a week after unveiling the music video for love song “Never Alone” with the single’s official release! Following the band’s summery “Turn Me Up” track (featuring The Elovaters), “Never Alone” stands as the first song off The Irie’s forthcoming Can’t Get Enough EP, due out February 5th. As previously […]

Katchafire’s Jordan Bell talks new tunes & tours

Drummers, with the exception of a few backline frontmen, rarely get enough love. Katchafire’s Jordan Bell likes to live a little differently. His family band, originally started by father Grenville Bell and alongside brother Logan Bell, has since grown to be a staple of New Zealand and roots reggae music altogether. Jordan Bell goes centerstage, […]