Muad’deep is an US-american world dub musician from Seattle. Listen to his piece “Cry of the Martyr”:
Don’t know anything about this song, and can’t find some information… But it’s nice :)
Will Tun and the Wasters are a ska, folk and acoustic band from Reading, UK. Listen to their second single “Cracks in the wall”:
Bounty Killer is a Grammy nominated Jamaican reggae and dancehall deejay. This is his latest single, “Wifey Wine”.
High Tide is an US-american reggae band from San Diego. Listen to their piece “On the go”:
Most of you know this UK band we have previously featured that have been playing since 1978. But some of you may not be aware of the bands 10th album that they released toward the end of last year, with the bizarre title of Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da. There are some great track on this album, this is one of them “Never Knew Your Name.” Also check out our previous Madness posts of their songs “House of Fun” and “My Girl.”
Lee “Scratch” Perry (actually Rainford Hugh Perry) (born 20 March 1936 in Kendal, Jamaica) is a Jamaican record producer and one of the most influential figures in the development of reggae, ska and dub especially in Jamaica. He became known primarily for his eccentric nature, and by his most daring use of effects and mixer. Lloyd Bradley wrote of him, “Lee” Scratch “Perry is the Salvador Dali of the Dub.
He also worked together with Bob Marley , here is his song “Soul Rebel “
and one of his typical songs
Pablo Molina is a member of “Todos Tus Muertos ” a punk and reggae band from Argentina ( see my previous post) , Here is his solo project , a song called ” rebelde .”
Todos Tus Muertos is a punk and reggae band from Argentina created in 1985. In 1986 they recorded their first demo called Noches Agitadas en el Cementerio. In 1988, a self-named album was released. After three years of recording, in 1990 a second album was released called Nena de Hiroshima. After the second album Fidel was invited to collaborate with Mano Negra. Along with Manu Chao and the rest of Mano Negra, they went to Colombia where they recorded La Casa Babylon.(wikipedia)
If you hear the track , you think first- this got nothing in common with punk music but the sound ´s familiar to the one of Manu Chao ( think most of you have already heard them ) The sound is quite different , but unique , here is their song Adelita
Johnny Osbourne (born Errol Osbourne, 1948) is a popular Jamaican reggae and dancehall singer, who rose to success in the late 1970s and mid-1980s. He is probably best known for his mid-1980s dancehall reggae hits ”Buddy Bye” (based on King Jammy’s Sleng Teng riddim), “Ice Cream Love” and “Water Pumping” Here is his song ” No Lollipop no sweet so “