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1 Mar 2010, 11:29 by ParadoksRecommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
Disko (Friends Of Boban MIx) : Shantel feat. Boban Markovic Orkestar (Score = 3.06)
Looking For Luka : Emir Kusturica & The No Smoking Orchestra (Score = 2.98)
Ando foro : Romano Drom (Score = 2.82)
Carolina : Taraf de Haïdouks (Score = 2.68)
Prawy Do Lewego : Kayah & Goran Bregovic (Score = 2.67)
Forcasa 2 : Bola (Score = 2.64)
Mahalageasca (Felix B Jaxxhouse Dub) : Mahala Raï Banda (Score = 2.55)
Lina : Romano Drom (Score = 2.55)
Anke Roke : Ternipe (Score = 2.18)
Meeuwuh : Kettel (Score = 2.12)
31 : Va Fan Fahre (Score = 2.12)
Liquid Sky : Solar Quest (Score = 2.1)
The Fiancee's Dream : Zelwer (Score = 2.08)
Kutka Avel e Sej Bari : Amaro Suno (Score = 2.01)
Problematic : µ-Ziq (Score = 2)
True Confession : The Silvertones (Score = 2)
Lost Cluster : Bitstream (Score = 1.98)
Te Noch RP : Brothomstates (Score = 1.95)
13 Feb 2010, 15:00 by x-qlusiveePia 12 II – Kacezet & Dreadsquad - To piątkowe wydarzenie przeszło już do historii i zapewne wszystkim zostanie w pamięci na dłużej lub krócej z pewnych powodów ;)
Pierwszą rzeczą, która oczywiście jest standardem i zdarza się za każdym razem to (jak ja to nazywam): "blef na czas". Strona klubu Cogitatur informuje nas ze start o 20:00 tymczasem Selektor MMF pierwsze nutki z decków wypuszcza po 22:00, a oficjalnie Kacezet & Dreadsquad zaczynają o 23:45...
No nic zaczęli. Pierwsze co zaskoczyło zebranych i mnie to flow Kacezeta, który odbiega od nagrań z płyty tak bardzo, że szkoda słów. Zawiodłem się słysząc Gadka ta gadka w brzmieniu całkowicie innym niż powinien być. To samo tyczy się utworu Gadzet i kicz i jeszcze paru innych. Miło było pokrzyczeć "Łajba" podczas tego właśnie utworu. Słaby kontakt z publiką, chociaż raz się porwał i podszedł na sam koniec podestu :D. Dobra końcówka, którą podkreślił, że jednak potrafi ale dziś mu nie wyszło…
8 Feb 2010, 03:32 by DurrD
2 Nov 2008, 01:16 by Kapitankraut1. Fantan Mojah - "Hail to the King"
Some reggae, if the artist name didn't suggest as much. This is proper reggae to start off with at least, in fact it sounds rather like the nyabinghi style which doesn't get played much at all. Fantan's got a great voice, sort of like Mykal Rose. This is a good little song.
2. Elysian Blaze - "Dark Are My Nights"
Funeral doom/black metal from Australia. This particular track is a rather standard ambient intro-sounding thing, but I like the sound.
3. Dudley Perkins - "Flowers"
Neo soul, which is always a bit of an iffy style of music. The music itself is quite good, but his voice isn't.
4. Rwake - "Leviticus"
Some sludge now. This starts with a pleasant, if repetitive, riff, before exploding into that sludge sound we all know so well. While it's a style that every man and his dog is performing these days, this band doesn't do it badly at all.
5. Mono - "The Flames Beyond the Cold Mountain"
11 Jul 2007, 11:24 by broeder_mFri 6 Jul – Summerjam
Again it was a succeeded weekend.
Starting Friday afternoon with some drips and ending Sunday evening with a good shower it was a dry weekend with some great and also some disappointing shows.
I really enjoyed:
Tony Rebel... what a reggae vibe show!
Warrior King... Warrior King one love.
The Roots... needing some chill down vibes on Saturday evening and I got them ;)
Anthony B... good al always.
Horace Andy... ahhh great oldies.
Groundation... man I love them dubby roots sounds!
Ziggy... surprisingly good show.
Sizzla... good as always, lots of rewinds though.
I think Fantan Mojah and Tanya Stephens were quite disappointing. Especially Tanya changed her repertoire form great dance tracks to 5 sudden ballads in a row. The dance mood was gone in seconds.
Also a lot of rewinds... some good rewinds I like but not a whole repertoire rewinded.
But Summerjam stands for a great weekend with a great feeling, beer, cocktails, good smoke and sunshine. …
9 May 2007, 07:34 by dourfestival
3 May 2007, 19:02 by jvglionFour of the great, bright, and rising reggae/dancehall talents from Jamaica & Carribbean will be arriving this weekend to Washington, D.C. to The Crossroads Night Club this weekend. I am disappointed I'll have to miss it. Greensleeves artists including Fantan Mojah, Chuck Fenda "The Poor People Defenda", Natural Black, and the great Anthony B will be here for the Higher Meditation & Living Fire Tour.
When I hear these artists either on Last.FM, my car, Mp3 player, or see them on TV, etc. it's nothing short of refreshing to see how reggae is making a huge resurgence in social consciousness and bringing the fire to Babylon. I'm tired of slackness and novelty acts. What do I mean 'novelty'? I'm not adverse to non-Jamaican or non-Rasta artists, however, too often the novelty of reggae music outweighs the fire, the passion, and message of consciousness artists such as these four bring to the music. For example, at one point…
7 Feb 2007, 17:53 by tomi1337That's easy to explain.
I love the lyrics, they're not singing nonsense like certain hip-hop artists.
Their songs are written with heart and brain. Their lyrics contain friendly stuff. And mostly it's just about the people being friendly and nice to eachother. Which, in my eyes, is just great.
I've started with Gentleman. That was the time I started to love the Reggae-Music.
Now he's still one of my favorits. Some others are Lutan Fyah, Fantan Mojah, Morgan Heritage... and many many more...
I do have too many artists to list them all.
Well that's about it.
So tell me your reasons =)