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New Music2017-07-03T13:15:30-04:00

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MARCUS GAD & TRIBE ARE “READY FOR BATTLE” THE TITLE TRACK FROM HIS UPCOMING ALBUM

MARCUS GAD & TRIBE ARE “READY FOR BATTLE” NEW SINGLE IS FIRST FROM UPCOMING 2023 RELEASE Marcus Gad returns with the single "Ready For Battle," the title track from his upcoming album, scheduled for a February 2023 release. Gad, the rising reggae star from the island nation of New Caledonia, returns here to work with his usual backing band, Tribe, for a more organic, roots oriented sound, after his last project where he and his producer Tamal dived into modern, programmed beats on the Brave New World album (2021). Regardless of the style of music, Marcus continues to put forth conscious messages [...]

November 30th, 2022|

SAMORY I DECRIES THE “BLOOD IN THE STREETS” WITH HIS LATEST SINGLE

 A SOBERING LOOK AT THE HARSH REALITIES IN KINGSTON AND BEYOND November 11, 2022 – It takes a messenger like Samory I, born and raised in the rough Kencot neighborhood of Kingston, to deliver such a powerful single like his “Blood in the Streets,” capturing the realities of life there (as well as in so many other parts of the world). This newest song, the first from his upcoming 2023 album produced by Winta James (released by James’s Overstand Entertainment and Easy Star Records on November 11, 2022), firmly establishes Samory I as one of the artists to watch in the new [...]

November 11th, 2022|

SUNDUB RELEASE SOPHOMORE ALBUM

SPIRITS EAT MUSIC IS THEIR MOST INSPIRED AND PERSONAL RELEASE TO DATE Earlier this summer, as they began rolling out music from their second full-length album, SunDub kicked things off by showcasing three diverse singles showing multiple facets of their musical approach on Spirits Eat Music. Starting with “Jump And Dance,” featuring Lutan Fyah, the Brooklyn-based five-piece delivered an irresistible feel good tune perfect for the warm summer months. Switching it up, next came the title track “Spirits Eat Music,” a catchy tune with a heavier theme that speaks to a personal message of love and loss for the band. The latest [...]

November 11th, 2022|

SUNDUB AND PEETAH MORGAN FIND “NEW WAYS TO LOVE”

THIRD SINGLE FROM SUNDUB’S SOPHOMORE ALBUM RELEASES OCTOBER 14TH VIA EASY STAR RECORDS (Brooklyn, NY) – For the third single off of their upcoming album, Spirits Eat Music, Brooklyn-based SunDub brought in another Brooklyn-bred reggae icon, Peetah Morgan of GRAMMY-winning group Morgan Heritage, to join in the fun. Morgan and SunDub lead vocalist Joanna Teters riff off each other on the uplifting tune, which instructs listeners on how to move forward out of challenges. Listen to the single and check out the official video, filmed on location around Florida in September, at http://moremusic.at/NewWaysToLove.  The song’s lyrics were originally written during the first [...]

October 14th, 2022|

SUNDUB’S LATEST SINGLE IS AN EXTREMELY PERSONAL ONE

Title Track from “Spirits Eat Music” Pays Respect to a Lost Sibling New Song Releases September 23rd (Brooklyn, NY) – In early 2021, Joanna and Ben Teters, the brother and sister who front SunDub, were shaken to their core by the death of their younger brother, Adam. He was only 20 and was a budding musician and producer, just like most everyone in the family; he had already been working on projects with his older siblings. As you would expect with two musicians, Ben and Joanna used their artistry as a tool to help make sense of their new reality. The most [...]

September 23rd, 2022|

SUNDUB RELEASES NEW SINGLE WITH LUTAN FYAH

"JUMP & DANCE" - OUT AUGUST 26, 2022 ON EASY STAR RECORDS - IS THE FIRST TRACK FROM THEIR SOPHOMORE ALBUM SunDub, the Brooklyn-based five piece who expertly mixes classic reggae with elements of soul and blues, is back with a new single, “Jump and Dance,” released on August 26th on Easy Star Records. This danceable, grooving tune, featuring guest vocals by Jamaican superstar Lutan Fyah, is a perfect introduction to SunDub’s lush sound and the next phase they are laying out with their new album. The band describes it as “a simple set of directions for what listeners of this song [...]

August 26th, 2022|