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Tag Archives: Reggae and Caribbean

Music Review: Alvin and the Chipmunks – Undeniable

Lacks the skill and most of all lacks the heart of the old Chipmunks recordings. Read More »

Music Review: Indie Round-Up – Matt Morris, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Asylum Street Spankers

Matt Morris's high, fluty tenor wafts his words into your consciousness like a message carried on the wind. Read More »

Music Review: Operation Ivy – Energy

The ska-punk classic that started it all. Read More »

Interview: Nina Sky – Pop Music Duo

Nina Sky's genre-defying style is an eclectic mix of R&B, hip-hop, reggae and rock. Read More »

Music Review: Michael Franti & Spearhead All Rebel Rockers

Political music doesn't have to be boring, and dance music doesn't have to be mindless. Read More »

Music Review: Catch-22 – Keasbey Nights

The quintessential ska album of the 90s. Read More »

Music Review: The Skatalites – Stretching Out

You can feel the small-room vibe of the club in the recordings and you can almost smell the ganga smoke. Read More »

Music Review: Walter Becker – Circus Money (UK Release)

Circus Money is certainly up to par with the high level of quality that we’ve always known we could expect in any era of Steely Dan. Read More »

Music Review: Pineapple Express Soundtrack

Pineapple Express is a big hit at the movies. Is the soundtrack just as smokin? Well you won't be low. Read More »

Music Review: Augustus Pablo The Mystic World Of Augustus Pablo: The Rockers Story

Music that will change the way you think and feel about reggae. Read More »