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September 4, 2017

Hello, as the few of you who visit this blog can see the radio is closed down, I don’t get enough visitors so its not worth it to keep the radio station up. Most likely the blog will disappear as well, I’m just tired of doing it since I get no  More...

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...

Limonious was not the only skilled illustrator who specialized in doing cover art for Reggae albums (i just love Jamal Peete’s paintings) but he is by far the most prolific and important of the handful that exists. The sheer number of covers alone m  More...

For the longest, artist “I-Kong” was one of Roots Reggae’s “best kept secrets”, he released an obscure album in the 70 ies that went for ridiculous sums (the few times it popped up) on Ebay and was only known by the hardcore   More...

Women has always taken a backseat when it comes to Reggae, way back in the day there where not a lot of female artists and out of the ones that existed few where all that good. Things change though and nowadays there is a multitude of female acts, good on  More...

Don’t forget to check out this new, exciting artist str8 from yard, he will be collaborating with us here at “CHG 57.5” and will of course be featured with tunes on the station as well. You can purchase tracks digitally from him on both   More...

Im back with a new review, been wanting this for forever and finally got a version that came with the dvd and booklet (there is a re-release without them so be careful when ordering). Iv’e been binging “Studio One” releases like crazy lately so it c  More...

  As a music nerd, it’s easy to overuse superlatives when talking and writing about music. There’s so much good music out there. This one however is easily one of the best Lp’s I’ve ever heard, regardless of genres. If I had to take one album  More...

Iv’e been really into “Pama” releases lately, don’t have a lot of them as they are rare and quite expensive. For those who don’t know it was started in the late 60ies by the Palmer brothers who’s main gig was “real estate”, for a moment   More...

Jamaican Warriors (Stephen Froehr) I don’t know what to make of this book, i got mixed feelings! Regardless of what you think of Mr. Froehr as a person he is a good writer. His research is top notch, he presents stuff in a straight forward way and bomba  More...