Categories Archives: Music

If you have followed this blog you know I’m originally from Sweden and if you checked the documentary I subtitled and posted on the blog you know that there is a Swedish Reggae scene (one that goes back to the 70ies), it may not be big but it exists  More...

These days the ideals of RastafarI seem to be far from the minds of many Jamaican artists, guys like incarcerated Vybs Cartel, Tommy Lee Sparta etc is as far from conscious as you can get. One of the artists who carry the revolutionary torch of RastafarI   More...

Everything changes with time and Reggae is no exception. The big question is what it has changed to and if this is positive change? Im not going to beat around the bushes, I think a lot of the current Jamaican music is garbage. Same goes for a lot of Amer  More...

About 10-15 years or so one of the hottest Reggae labels around where French “Maka Sounds” with their multiple sub-labels. They did amazing re-releases of rare and oop albums, released new albums and had the series “Inna de yard” w  More...

Daughter of SKA singer Derrick Morgan and protégé’ of “Tony Rebel”, Queen Ifrica is back with a new album, her first since 2009’s “Montego Bay”. It’s not like she has been inactive as there has been a steady str  More...

March 4, 2017

While there is a lot of shot on video movies coming out of Jamaica these days there are not too many “pro” looking movies with decent production values. This 22 minute short looks very polished though. I’m not going to blabber away, just  More...

Being that I used to be a HUGE “comic book” geek when I was younger and still enjoy them from time to time this is a must have. It’s supposed to be released in March by British “Omnibus press” and is supposedly 164 pages lo  More...

In a sonic landscape full of sex, violence and an ever growing influence of American gangstarap (I love quality gangstarap but I’m against Jamaican music trying to emulate it) it’s re-assuring we got a new generation of Rasta prophets who int  More...

I where never huge on 45’s and 10″ or 12″ singles. I feel they’re for dj’s and as a regular fan these formats are too inconvenient. I don’t want to get up and change side or disc after every tune. There is however no d  More...

It’s quite amazing when you think of it, the impact that Jamaica has had on it’s former colonial master and the rest of the world. The seeds of this un-proportional influence was sown in the 50ies and 60ies when the Jamaican immigration to the  More...