Wairunga finds Fat Freddy’s Drop digging deep to debut five songs and revisit two classics captured in an outdoor performance sans audience but with wild weather elements playing an important creative role in producing this unique live album.
’Til Shiloh is the fourth album by Jamaican dancehall artist Buju Banton, released in 1995 by Loose Cannon Records, a short-lived subsidiary of Island Records. The album marked a significant change in Banton's artistrty, going to a direction closer to roots reggae. ’Til Shiloh was widely acclaimed by critics, and is considered to be a classic album for...
Horace Andy is a legendary Jamaican roots reggae singer songwriter, known for his distinctive vocal style, hit songs such as ‘Skylarking’, and his acclaimed collaborations with Massive Attack. Demon Records is proud to present the first vinyl reissue of ''The King Tubby Tapes'', pressed on 140g black vinyl!
Skarface are probably one of the best-known and most successful representatives of the "Third Wave of Ska" wave and have been a permanent institution far beyond the boundaries of the scene for 30 years.
Sons of Kemet returns in 2021 with their new album Black To The Future. The follow up to 2018’s Mercury Prize nominated breakout release Your Queen Is A Reptile. This is their 4th record, and 2nd on impulse! Compared with ”Your Queen is a Reptile”, this album has featured vocalists and more of an emphasis on fuller compositions and arrangements.
Dr Boondigga & the Big BW is the second studio album by the New Zealand group Fat Freddy's Drop, released on 2 June 2009 on The Drop. The album became a number-one album in New Zealand in its first week of release and was certified Platinum in four days. It has since been certified 2x Platinum.
Based on a True Story is the first studio album by New Zealand group Fat Freddy's Drop. It was recorded in Wellington and released on the band's own label, The Drop. Based on a True Story utilized the band's trademark dub, reggae, soul and funk influenced sound, and has been successful both in terms of sales and of critical reception.
New Zealand juggernaut Fat Freddy's Drop return with a new studio album, 'Special Edition Part 1'. The 45rpm vinyl edition is produced with a different track order across four sides and promises to deliver super fat loud audio.Sides A & C 33 rpm, Sides B and D 45 rpm.
Blackbird is the third studio album by the New Zealand group Fat Freddy's Drop, released on 21 June 2013 on their own record label, The Drop. The album was a critical and commercial success, spending 4 weeks at the top of the New Zealand albums chart, and has been certified Platinum.
Washington DC’s The Archives and Montserrat House, the label owned and operated by Thievery Corporation’s Eric Hilton, present Carry Me Home: A Reggae Tribute To Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson.
Barrington Levy (born 30 April 1964) is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist. Too Experienced - The Best Of Barrington Levy is a collection of one of his best recordings.
Legend is a compilation album by Bob Marley and the Wailers. It was released in May 1984 by Island Records. It is a greatest hits collection of singles in its original vinyl format and is the best-selling reggae album of all-time, with over 15 million copies sold in the United States and an estimated 28 million copies sold globally.
Stretch and Bobbito’s debut album No Requests explores the legendary club DJs’ vast musical knowledge with covers of songs directly from their record crates! Featuring the M19s Band, a live band of elite hand-picked musicians, the gatekeepers of ‘90s Hip Hop step outside their foundational genre base to produce Latin, Afro-beat, Samba, Jazz, Reggae &...
Cymande (pronounced see-man-day) is the self-titled debut album by British funk group Cymande. It was released in 1972 through Janus Records and produced entirely by John Schroeder. Recording sessions took place at De Lane Lea Studios in London.
Ini Kamoze's self-titled debut album is an essential one to understand the early '80s roots. The new evolution of the reggae beat was created by the rapid-fire of hard rhythms. This sound fits perfectly with Ini's unique voice and perspective.
Earl George Lawrence (born 1946, Rae Town, died 2003), also known as George Faith, Earl George, and George Earl, was a Jamaican reggae singer best known for his work in the 1970s with producers such as Lee "Scratch" Perry and Bunny Lee