Tag Archives: reggae

Interview: Prince Fatty – The Upbeat Goes On (May 2019)

Interview: Prince Fatty – The Upbeat Goes On (May 2019)

As a producer, Prince Fatty is eclectic, working across the board; his collaborations read like a who’s who from the mid-90s to now. However, perhaps Prince Fatty is best known for his presence in the Jamaican diaspora music scene. Still churning records out now, the latest release Be Thankful For...
Preview: Flawa Festival (London; Wednesday 15th to Sunday 19th May 2019)

Preview: Flawa Festival (London; Wednesday 15th to Sunday 19th May 2019)

There’s a new festival in town aiming to expose and support the often-grueling efforts of Latin American female artists, who despite their talent and dedication, have to face back-breaking challenges and hardly see their work acknowledged. Flawa (Festival of Latin American Women in the Arts) is a heartfelt 5-day-long tribute...
Playlist: Radio Krimi’s Catch of the Month (May 2019)

Playlist: Radio Krimi’s Catch of the Month (May 2019)

With so much good music being published and uploaded every month, we constantly find hard to keep up with all the releases. Luckily, “we get by with a little help from our friends”… We are more than thrilled to welcome and introduce you to Chamonix-based online radio, record label, DJs...
London Gig Guide (May 2019)

London Gig Guide (May 2019)

At times, we are the first to lose track of how many exciting music events happen in London each month, so we have decided to offer you some sort of “public musical service”, meant for all the locals and passers-by, with the aim of suggesting where to listen to some...
Preview: Baildsa & Balothizer @ Balabam (London; Friday 10th May 2019)

Preview: Baildsa & Balothizer @ Balabam (London; Friday 10th May 2019)

Balabam will go fully Greek on 10th May, when Baildsa, a punk-ska-reggae outfit from Thessaloniki, and London-based Balothizer and their “Cretan music from hell” will turn the Tottenham venue upside down. The two bands reflect two different, but both passionate and energetic, ways to interpret Greek music. If Baildsa’s tunes...
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