Our good friends Tek 9 from New York just released one of the most original mixtapes we’ve heard in a while: They’ve had Romain Virgo to voice some of his big hits on foundation riddims from the 70s, 80s and 90s. This is a true masterpiece that every reggae lover need to have in their mixtape collection. Download or stream the mix bellow:
Happy New Year and all the best for 2014. This year we have lots of stuff bubblin’ in the pot so make sure you log on to this website on a regular basis in order to keep up to date with our upcoming events, mixtapes etc.
To kick of the new year we are proud to bring the UK don Stylo G to Sweden for the very first time. Januray 24th you’ll find us together with Stylo G in Malmö and January 25th in Stockholm. Make sure to purchase your tickets in advance as we know these dances will be rammm!
Presales for the Malmö show can be purchased here.
Presales for the Stockholm show can be purchased here.
Also make sure to check out Stylo G new single Move Back which is going to be released in March. Support good music and pre-order it here.
Volume two in the Girls, Gunz & Flowers mixtape series is here. A blend of new tunes spiced up with some dubs and exclusives for your listening pleasure. Full cover can be downloaded here.
We just dropped a sick mixtape together with Red Fox and Large Up. In case you’ve missed it, make sure you check it out immediately. Last night was the release party for the Fiyah Fox mixtape at the Brand New Machine party at The Delancey in New York and our good friend Kenny Meez from Federation Sound caught these moments on tape:
The deejay who gave New York’s dancehall scene its style and swagger in the 1990s is back, and more prolific than ever. We teamed up with Large Up to present Fiyah Fox, the first-ever mixtape from Red Fox, and his first full-length release in 17 years. Blended in fine style, Fiyah Fox features over an hour of scorchers including all of Red’s latest tunes, brand-new originals, dubplate versions of his classics, hip-hop freestyles and more.
Guests include Shaggy, Rayvon, Naturalee, Gramps Morgan, Screechy Dan, Christopher Martin, Chico, Golden Child and Jimmy Cozier. Red’s always been known for his diverse lyrical themes, and Fiyah Fox definitely touches all of the bases, from culture tunes to dancefloor fillers and even a little much-needed comedy.
Visit Large Up (or the link below) , download Fiyah Fox, keep an eye out for Large Ups in-depth interview with Red, and, if you’re be in NYC tonight, make sure you visit the Fiyah Fox release party at the new-and-improved Brand New Machine party at The Delancey.