Maj 28, 2020

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    Glasgow's Tom Spirals and the outer-national 4'20 Sound are serving up a deep mellow roots style for their first cross-continent release.

     

     

    "If We Got Here Easy" originated as a simple acoustic love song, written by Tom Spirals on his recent tour in Australia and was recorded with the help of the 4'20 Sound live band, featuring T.K on double bass and Chelsea Sky-Eater & Empress Katia on backing vocals, at the Sky-Eater studios in the rolling foothills of the Northern Rivers hinterlands. 

    Since the recording session in January of 2020, 4'20's head honcho, Oren Selecta has perfected the production to create a deep yet gentle, heartwarming roots release. Spirals' warm tone and a lazy-hazy flow adds to the warm sunshine sounds with lyrics to celebrate reaping the benefits of your patience and a heartfelt nod of acknowledgement to the rocky path of long-distance lovers. 

     

    (From Tom Spirals Facebook)

     

    The 4'20 Sound and Tom Spirals first met at the internationally-renowned club night Walk n Skank in Glasgow, where Spirals is the residence MC, in 2017. They maintained the link, and three years on have performed together extensively across the UK, Europe, New Zealand and Australia. Its with great pleasure we present to you their first official release.

     

     

     

     

     "Served with the recommend consumption guidelines of keep chilled and enjoy alongside a generous dose of sunshine."

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Check also our last article with Tom Spirals:
    http://reggae.si/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=599:pnr01-007-tiberias-towa-meets-tom-spirals-flex-like-water-ep&catid=100&Itemid=691

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    First artists for OverJam 2020: Morgan Heritage, Anthony B, Hempress Sativa and Collie Buddz

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The OverJam International Reggae Festival has already announced the first names of its 2020 line up. This ninth edition will be held from 20th to 23rd of August in its usual spectacular location, the Slovenian city of Tolmin, surrounded by nature, on the banks of the Soča river.

    All the artists announced so far will perform for the first time at the OverJam. Grammy winning harmony group Morgan Heritage make their first visit to Slovenia will present their latest album Loyalty. Jamaican deejay Anthony B, will bring his renowned strength and energy on stage, as will singer and deejay Hempress Sativa, active since the age of 13. Also making his debut in the Balkan country is American singjay Collie Buddz.

     

     

    The pre-parties for this edition will be held across Europe until the summer. They started on 8th of February in Alessandria and will continue in Innsbruck on 13th of March, Turin on 19th of April (with Protoje and Lila Iké), London on 24 of May and Pordenone on 29 of May, with more dates to be announced.

    Full festival tickets for OverJam 2020 are on sale at the festival website, where it will be also possible to buy day tickets and various related services. Now on presale until August 18th, they cost € 105 and include access to the event, camping from Thursday 20th to Sunday 23rd, showers, phone recharge and online administration fees.

     

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    Award-winning Bristol lyricist, MC and label owner Gardna is about to embark on the biggest project of his career so far. His debut album ‘Good Time Not A Long Time’ is set to land on the 18th October and features 12 original tracks and a who’s who of featured artists and reggae and dub royalty. The first single and title track ‘Good Time Not A Long Time’  was released on Friday 11th October.
    Produced by the mighty Brad Baloo of The Nextmen (and producer credits to Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Kreed, Coki, and Gold Dubs), ‘Good Time Not A Long Time Time  destroys genre boundaries from the get-go. Delving into the world of reggae, dub, grime, hip-hop and everything in between, it’s a culmination of Gardna’s already extensive career, and demonstrates incredible abilities as a songwriter, lyricist, host and MC. With a little help from the likes of Hollie Cook, Kiko Bun, Eva Lazarus, Omar, Fox, Dread MC, Charli Brix, Rider Shafique and Taiwan MC, it showcases talent on both a fresh and legendary scale and provides an inimitable sound from start to finish.

     

    On creating the record Gardna added:

    “Good Time Not A Long Time’ is a summary of my personal experiences within music. Be that good times, long times or anything in between I wanted to create an album that gives the listener both lyrically and musically an insight as to what it's like to be a young man growing up in Bristol and travelling the world in front and behind a sound system. ‘Good Time Not A Long Time’ is also an expression made amongst people when they are somewhere for a short amount of time and they want to make the most out of their time being there. Most of these songs were written on the road, during busy show periods, in between the late nights, early mornings and all the rest. I'm always up and on to the next place, so I figured that it sums up the album pretty well. I've had the privilege to work with some of my musical heroes, as well as some of my favourite new artists on this. It's been an honour to have their support on my first long player.”
    Often championed by some of the biggest names in the business; David Rodigan, MistaJam, Steve Lamacq, Don Letts, Toddla T and Huw Stephens to name a few, Gardna’s impact on the Bristol music scene has expanded to just about every corner of the country and it’s easy to hear why. Over the last few years alone he joined forces with Gentleman’s Dub Club and The Nextmen to perform on four of the tracks on their ‘Pound For Pound’ record, in fact the lead single ‘Rudeboy’ racked up plays across BBC Radio 1, 6 Music and made it’s way into Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist.
    As well as flexing his studio muscle lately, Gardna’s reputation on the live circuit has resulted in hosting and performing across the UK and beyond for close to 10 years now. His incredible energy and downright likeability hasn’t gone unnoticed, and to celebrate the new album release he’ll be touring globally over the next few months.


    27th September – Bristol, UK – Thekla
    10th October – Glasgow, UK – The Berkely Suite
    26th October – Stradbroke Island, Australia – Stradbroke Island
    28th October – Byron Bay, Australia – Beach Hotel
    1st November – Brisbane, Australia – Rumpus Rooms
    8th November – Sydney, Australia – Tokyo Sing Song
    10th November – Sydney, Australia – Jamaican Food Festival
    15th November – Queenstown, New Zealand – Loco Cantina
    16th November – Invercargill, New Zealand – The Looney
    17th November – Raglan, New Zealand – Yot Club
    29th November – Bridgewater, UK – Cobblestones
    30th November – Barnstaple, UK – The Factory

     



    Without a doubt one of the most exciting reggae and dub artists around at the minute, Gardna is about to unleash a project that spans from a life of passion and commitment to music. He’s put his soul into this, and he wants every single one of you to join him on the most exciting part of his career to date – who’s in?

     

    Gardna

     

     

    Bristol MC and host extraordinaire, Gardna, has been a staple part of the UK scene for the last few years and has steadily built up a solid reputaAon for bringing the good vibes, among both his fans and his musical peers. He also commands a strong stage presence at his incendiary live shows, inviAng the audience into his world of late nights and big bad sounds. Gardna’s passion for sound system culture is undeniable and his skills as a wordsmith have allowed him to approach the music game from a fresh perspecAve and truly make an impact on the worldwide underground bass circuit. The Boom Sound Recordings boss man slaps his inimitable style over a heavy concocAon of Dub, Grime and Dancehall. Plus his unique take on the style and fashion of MCing has sparked off collaboraAons with high-end producers and vocalists, whilst his celebrated live shows have taken him across the globe with their ever growing Boom. 2018 saw the release of the collaboraAve LP, Pound For Pound by The Nextmen and Gentleman’s Dub Club, where Gardna featured on four tracks alongside a number of A-List vocalists & MCs including Joe Dukie, Hollie Cook, Kiko Bun, Chali 2na and Eva Lazarus. Rudeboy, the lead single from the album, racked up a number of plays across the major BBC Radio plaZorms, as well as being featured on the presAgious SpoAfy New Music Friday playlist.

     


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    1. Perfect Giddimani - Haile Tafari
    2. Buju Banton - Country for Sale
    3. Eli Mac ft Paula Fuga & Nattali Rize - Roots Girl
    4. Yeza - Rebel Empress - Lioness Order Riddim - Oneness Records )
    5 Princess Kazayah - Thunderclap
    6. Queen Omega - No Trouble no one
    7. Simonies ft Infinite - Forever - JA Drive Riddim - Dj Natty
    8. Aza Lineage - Yuh Gotta Know
    9. Exile Di Brave - Don’t Wake The Lion
    10. Exile Di Brave - Is This The Last Time
    11. Steve Machete - Konkarah - Addis Records - Switzerland
    12. Chiney Kiki - Revelation
    13. Buju Banton - Steppa
    14. Blvk H3ro - Love - Rasta Soul Riddim - Upsetta Records
    15. Tanya Stephens - Live Good
    16. Fyakin - Leave It To JAH
    17. Jah Izrehl - Regular Yute
    18. Alkaline - Never Lose Hope
    19. Zamunda - Fast Lane
    20. Kabaka Pyramid - Natural Woman
    21. Busy Signal - Empress - One Aim Riddim - Elite Generation Records
    22. Bugle - Greatness
    23. Chronixx Law - Typical Life
    24. Agent Sasco ft Stephen Marley - Gratefull
    25. Duane Stephenson - Never Lose Your Soul - Soundpark Riddim
    26. RSNY - Blessings
    27. Prince Levy - Believe In Yourself
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    30. Dexta Daps - Flight Mode
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    32. Projexx - Rise Man A Rise
    33. Dotta Coppa - Hate & Grudge Dubplate
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    Straight from neighbouring Croatia, Homegrown Sound makes a debut release on Massive! Sound Records with their 'We are all one'. Homegrown Sound has joined musical forces with Massive! to enhance roots in dub-wise culture. Mesmerizing vocals, accompanied with splendid production by Karlo Prosinečki and Mia on the vocal will surely make you groove. Set yourself up along the way with melodica cuts and make sure to 'stand up and fight for your rights!'.
     
    released September 27, 2019

    Credits:
    Written and mixed by: Karlo Prosinečki
    Lyrics & Vocals: Mia
    Melodica: Joe Yorke
    Mastering by: Daniel Grintal
    Artwork by: www.m7grafiks.si
     
     
     
     

     

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