Archive for the ‘reggae’ Category


white mice

May 2, 2010

sunday tunes.  picked up these wonderful songs this week as part of  a white mice 7inch series, each track a 45 on its own with the version on the b-side. so nice! plus they work so well with old jungle records.  it was fun closing my set on saturday with tallawah into the debsaer rework.  peace

Debaser – Tallawah (Young & Strong Dub)


Another Catchy Spring Track… thanks “FX”

March 26, 2010

So Jon “FX” Crawford produces a track called “Thunderball Riddim” then says damn this beat is sick, I am going to get all the hottest dancehall MC’s to spit on it. The results are unreal and this complation has been on repeat on my itunes for weeks. Not bad considering it’s all the same beat HAHAHA. Here are 2 samples, but go get the album it doesn’t disappoint: Thunder Ball Riddim

03 Spend Time

04 Thounderous Clap


11 dub

November 10, 2009


Last year for the big decade of dub party they brought in Sister Nancy and this year they have done the one-up booking Mad Professor to mark the 11th anniversary. Yes, Dub at the Pub, Calgary’s long standing all things dub and reggae night down at the Drum and Monkey has been keeping Tuesday’s worthy a night out  for 11 years now.  Congrats are surely due to DJ’s High & I for doing their thing all these years.  Roots reggae on the Drum & Monkey side, hard dancehall to ragga jungle on the Bamboo side, two rooms to vibe and bounce in and out of all night long.  I can barely contain excitement writing this, mf MAD PROFESSOR tomorrow night!  Get there early kids.

For the life of me I can’t find my copy of the Mad Professor vs. Massive Attack album so here is a video and a few Dub at the Pub inspired tracks.

Buju Banton – Murderer

Capelton – Jah Jah City

D Jahsta – High Grade Mashup

Sizzla – One Love (Self Evident Remix)

postscript:  self evident will be playing over at lord nelson’s this friday.


positivity and mavado

April 30, 2009

This album has been on heavy rotation in my office this week, it’s so freaking hot and I love the lyrics. It’s awesome in these depressing times to hear some uplifting songs.

mavado hails from Kingston, Jamaica check out his myspace page:

crank your sound for overcome!


I know I look like Omar

I know I look like Omar


xlr8r discovers another jem

March 10, 2009

These guys are in heavy rotation at my place these days. How to did I find them… the trusty xlr8r podcast of course, big things are coming for jahdan blakkamoore, dj rupture, and team shadetek!





obama raggae

November 5, 2008


cocoa tea – barack obama


little bit of everything!

July 31, 2008

The JFK remix of D.I.M’s ‘is you’ will help you wake up in the morning!


the new osborne album has some really nice house.


surtek collective!