Deadly Hunta – It’s A Phenomenon Produced by Djei Gogo & Damalistik Roots Survival Records 2011 Check out YT’s piece on the Protection riddim below: YT – Inna Jamaica Produced by Djei Gogo & Damalistik Roots Survival Records 2011
Deadly Hunta – It’s A Phenomenon Produced by Djei Gogo & Damalistik Roots Survival Records 2011 Check out YT’s piece on the Protection riddim below: YT – Inna Jamaica Produced by Djei Gogo & Damalistik Roots Survival Records 2011
www.niceup.org.nz, reggae news website outta New Zealand talks to Kris Kemist, founder of Reality Shock Records, UK. Firstly, what is your own musical background? I grew up in a musical family still and started playing guitar from young. I caught the reggae bug as a teenager and started collecting records and selecting on a local sound. Eventually started producing when I was about 17 & later went to college to study music production. Can you
Michael Prophet will be at Reality Shock Studio next week for a dubplate session, please get in touch asap for further information. Biography: Michael Prophet (born 1957 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a roots reggae singer known for his “crying” tenor vocal style, whose recording career began in 1977. Prophet’s first recordings were for producer Yabby You in 1977, debuting with the single “Praise You Jah Jah”, which had actually been written five years earlier. He
Reggae journalist Angus Taylor recently spoke to the Anglo-Nigerian roots chanter, broadcaster and thinker Afrikan Simba. Born in East London on 11th January 1967, he fell under the influence of sound systems and Rastafari in his teens, first recording for the producer/singer (and now Twinkle Brothers bassist) Dub Judah. He endured the casual racism of the 1980s, and even a spell in prison in the early 2000s, and today is one of the most respected
The time of year has come again when InI come together to fulljoy a full night of excellent live reggae music and some of the best of sound systems that the UK has to offer. Goodly Words is coming up again on 29th January 2011, InI Afrikan Simba’s Earthstrong Celebration, that has gradually become a date to remember on the UK reggae calender and hopefully soon to be the regions premier Winter Reggae Festival… With
Stocky sound-system chanter Solo Banton has taken his time in launching a recording career. But his debut album for Reading-based producer Kris Kemist’s Reality Shock label is well worth the wait. A producer, sound-system selector and emcee since the 80s, Banton was persuaded to come from behind the desk and vocalise in the booth by session-guitarist Kemist. Kemist’s own productions strike a neat balance between British roots music’s present and past: heavy enough for the