September 2020

Sun Shade Change Must Come Review

Sun Shade – Change Must Come – Review

Sun Shade: Change Must Come Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Released several months ago, a track from Sun Shade has lost none of its power – and is worth revisiting, given how little has changed recently. Sun Shade Change Must Come, released via Jeanne Music, sees Shade team up with producer Paul “Computer Paul” Henton. The track uses his and Bootcamp Records’ 2011 Sha La Laa Riddim (a reimagining of the classic Coxsone Dodd’s You Should Have Known Riddim), while Shade’s melody is an interpretation of Dennis Brown’s across the cut Caress Me Girl (over the You Should

Uplifting Roots Reggae Mix Press Release

Uplifting Roots Reggae Mix – Press Release

Uplifting Roots Reggae Mix – Press Release by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Society and the world are unsettling places at present. With the impact of the coronavirus pandemic still reverberating across the planet, classism and racism on the rise and political and social leaders either bereft of ideas or wilfully ignorant – who do we turn to for emotional, philosophical and spiritual succour? Family, friends and communities should be high up the list. But music should be also. It’s an art form that unites us as humans, regardless of our perceived differences. Roots is one such genre that has the

Sherieta Conversations In Key Review

Sherieta – Conversations In Key – Review

In Retrospect – Sherieta Lewis: Conversations In Key EP Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. It’s been just over a year since one of the most well-known, respected and prolific backing vocalists in the Reggae scene finally released her own debut EP. And in doing so, Sherieta showed she has a star quality all of her own – giving us one of the best records of 2019 in the process. Sherieta Conversations In Key, released via Ghetto Youths International, sees Sherieta co-write and co-produce the entire project with Sean Diedrick. The pair have historically worked together as part of Damian

Arkaingelle ft Kabaka Pyramid Pressure Light Tha Torch Review

Arkaingelle ft Kabaka Pyramid, Pressure – Light Tha Torch – Review

Arkaingelle ft Kabaka Pyramid and Pressure Busspipe: Light Tha Torch Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Yet more music to stir your soul and lift your consciousness has been gifted to us during the coronavirus pandemic. This time, Arkaingelle, Kabaka Pyramid and Pressure Busspipe deliver some cautious inspiration in droves. Arkaingelle ft Kabaka Pyramid and Pressure Light Tha Torch, released via Zion High Productions, sees Arkaingelle showcase one of the tracks off his forthcoming album Nah Watah Down – out on 18 September. With production from the always sublime Zion I Kings across this track and the whole album,

Junior X Jah Will Deliver Us Review

Junior X – Jah Will Deliver Us – Review

Junior X: Jah Will Deliver Us Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Being a recording artist with several decades under his belt, Junior X is no stranger to releasing top-quality, inspirational music. But with his first release for a legendary label, he’s taken this to higher planes. Junior X Jah Will Deliver Us, released via Rockers Agency, sees Junior X at the peak of his potent powers. Written by him and produced by Small Axe Productions across the previously-released Paradigm Shift Riddim, it’s a gorgeous, delicately-touched Roots affair with lovely inflections of Soul from Junior X throughout. It opens

Subajah Back 2 Da Future Review

Subajah – Back 2 Da Future – Review

Subajah: Back 2 Da Future Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. No time machine in sight when Subajah recently dropped his latest cut and the accompanying visuals. ‘Great Scott!’ I hear you cry. And rightly so. As the track is another power-move from this talented artist. Subajah Back 2 Da Future, released via Dashen Records, sees Subajah and producers First Eye Productions create an interesting and pertinent take around the theme of the late 80s/early 90s film series of a similar name. It’s an ostensibly Roots/Dub affair, with varying levels of musical devices in play that drive the sound

Sun Shade Change Must Come Review

Sun Shade – Change Must Come – Review

Sun Shade: Change Must Come Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Released several months ago, a track from Sun Shade has lost none of its power – and is worth revisiting, given how little has changed recently. Sun Shade Change Must Come, released via Jeanne Music, sees Shade team up with producer Paul “Computer Paul” Henton. The track uses his and Bootcamp Records’ 2011 Sha La Laa Riddim (a reimagining of the classic Coxsone Dodd’s You Should Have Known Riddim), while Shade’s melody is an interpretation of Dennis Brown’s across the cut Caress Me Girl (over the You Should

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Uplifting Roots Reggae Mix Press Release

Uplifting Roots Reggae Mix – Press Release

Uplifting Roots Reggae Mix – Press Release by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Society and the world are unsettling places at present. With the impact of the coronavirus pandemic still reverberating across the planet, classism and racism on the rise and political and social leaders either bereft of ideas or wilfully ignorant – who do we turn to for emotional, philosophical and spiritual succour? Family, friends and communities should be high up the list. But music should be also. It’s an art form that unites us as humans, regardless of our perceived differences. Roots is one such genre that has the

Read More »
Sherieta Conversations In Key Review

Sherieta – Conversations In Key – Review

In Retrospect – Sherieta Lewis: Conversations In Key EP Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. It’s been just over a year since one of the most well-known, respected and prolific backing vocalists in the Reggae scene finally released her own debut EP. And in doing so, Sherieta showed she has a star quality all of her own – giving us one of the best records of 2019 in the process. Sherieta Conversations In Key, released via Ghetto Youths International, sees Sherieta co-write and co-produce the entire project with Sean Diedrick. The pair have historically worked together as part of Damian

Read More »
Arkaingelle ft Kabaka Pyramid Pressure Light Tha Torch Review

Arkaingelle ft Kabaka Pyramid, Pressure – Light Tha Torch – Review

Arkaingelle ft Kabaka Pyramid and Pressure Busspipe: Light Tha Torch Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Yet more music to stir your soul and lift your consciousness has been gifted to us during the coronavirus pandemic. This time, Arkaingelle, Kabaka Pyramid and Pressure Busspipe deliver some cautious inspiration in droves. Arkaingelle ft Kabaka Pyramid and Pressure Light Tha Torch, released via Zion High Productions, sees Arkaingelle showcase one of the tracks off his forthcoming album Nah Watah Down – out on 18 September. With production from the always sublime Zion I Kings across this track and the whole album,

Read More »
Junior X Jah Will Deliver Us Review

Junior X – Jah Will Deliver Us – Review

Junior X: Jah Will Deliver Us Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Being a recording artist with several decades under his belt, Junior X is no stranger to releasing top-quality, inspirational music. But with his first release for a legendary label, he’s taken this to higher planes. Junior X Jah Will Deliver Us, released via Rockers Agency, sees Junior X at the peak of his potent powers. Written by him and produced by Small Axe Productions across the previously-released Paradigm Shift Riddim, it’s a gorgeous, delicately-touched Roots affair with lovely inflections of Soul from Junior X throughout. It opens

Read More »
Subajah Back 2 Da Future Review

Subajah – Back 2 Da Future – Review

Subajah: Back 2 Da Future Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. No time machine in sight when Subajah recently dropped his latest cut and the accompanying visuals. ‘Great Scott!’ I hear you cry. And rightly so. As the track is another power-move from this talented artist. Subajah Back 2 Da Future, released via Dashen Records, sees Subajah and producers First Eye Productions create an interesting and pertinent take around the theme of the late 80s/early 90s film series of a similar name. It’s an ostensibly Roots/Dub affair, with varying levels of musical devices in play that drive the sound

Read More »

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