Richie Culture Bag Of Herb Review

Richie Culture – Bag Of Herb Remixes – Review

Various Artists: Richie Culture Bag of Herb Remixes Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Totally Dubwise Recordings are back – this time with a big selection of remixes across a track from 2020. And it shows the breadth and depth of the outfit’s capabilities – as the remixes cover various genres really well. Bag of Herb was originally released by Richie Culture in 2020. The track is in a classic Reggae formation: drop-beat bass, those call and response horns, skanking guitar and bubble rhythm on the keys. Culture’s singjay-come-vocal is expressive and engaging – and the track is a very

Norris Man Deep Conversations Review

Norris Man – Deep Conversations – Review

Norris Man Deep Conversations Album Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Legendary artist Norris Man has returned with a new album; a collaboration with an up-and-coming label. And as the release shows, when an artist with decades of experience joins forces with one of the newer names to emerge onto the scene – the result is positively vibrant. Deep Conversations, released via Train Line Records, is a masterclass in how to do modern Roots Reggae that is both sympathetic to the historical culture while maintaining a sound that still sounds fresh. Production comes from Train Line founder Real Mckoy, which

Norris Nan Shine Your Light Single Review

Norris Man – Shine Your Light – Review

Norris Man Shine Your Light Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Ahead of the release of his forthcoming album Deep Conversations, Pauzeradio is humbled to take a look at one of the lead tracks from the release – and it’s a gorgeous offering. Shine Your Light is from the Train Line Records-produced and released Deep Conversations, which is out on 20 May 2022. Production comes from founder Real Mckoy and there are three legendary musicians adding their talents to the track (and the album): Sam Gilly, Dean Fraser and Dave Richards. The overall engineering, mix and master are of

Norris Man Deep Conversations Press Release

Norris Man Returns With A New Album – Press Release

Reggae icon Norris Man returns with a new album, flanked by some legendary names Press Release by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Iconic Reggae artist Norris Man has been a recognisable name in the culture for many decades. After the success of his 2020 album Emerge, he’s back with another consummate release – with up-and-coming Train Line Records at the helm and some production legends, plus Anthony B, involved as well. Deep Conversations is set to be released by Train Line Records on 20 May 2022. It’s a collaboration between Norris Man, producer and Train Line Records founder Real Mckoy and

Uwe Banton The People Need To Be Free Review

Uwe Banton – The People Need To Be Free – Review

Uwe Banton: The People Need To Be Free Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. German Roots legend Uwe Banton is back with a fresh track for 2022 – and as is always the case with this consummate artist, he blends musical ingenuity with lyrical power to create something magical. The People Need To Be Free, released via Ancient Mountain Records, see Banton’s song and lyric writing skills combine with Markus Dassmann and Martin Musch – the latter also producing the track. It’s currently available as a limited edition 7” press in the Pauzeradio shop, here. It’s firmly a Roots

Chyna Nicole My Heart Will Go On Review

Chyna Nicole – My Heart Will Go On – Review

Chyna Nicole: My Heart Will Go On Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. How do you take a Celine Dion track and turn it into a Dancehall-led fusion cut while keeping the melody the same? The answer is you get Chyna Nicole and Jumpout Productions on the case. My Heart Will Go On, released via Jumpout Productions, sees Nicole swerve into uncharted territory. The track is based on the 2018 release the Matrixx Riddim, written by Jamaica’s Mark Clarke with production and engineering coming from Tuff Gong alumni Gary Sutherland. Now, the riddim is being re-released, with Nicole’s cover

LawGiver The Kingson The Ruler Review

LawGiver The Kingson – The Ruler – Review

LawGiver The Kingson: The Ruler (Live Acoustic) Release Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Not one to sit on his laurels, LawGiver The Kingson is back, but this time with something slightly different – a filmed ‘live’ performance of a track that he’s reinvented over the years. The Ruler (Live Acoustic), featuring Yaksta and its accompanying video are available on YouTube from 1 April. LawGiver first released the track as a straight Sound System affair in 2011. Then, he reimagined it for his recent EP The Kingson From Kingston. Now, it’s been given the ‘live’ treatment. First off, and the

Cali P

Artist Biography: Cali P. With a career and an energy that show no signs of waning, the irrepressible and incomparable Cali P continues to break artistic boundaries. But across this time there has been one stable factor in his talents: the quest for groundbreaking music driven by his spiritual faith. Born Pierre Nanon to a Swiss mother and a Rastafarian-Guadeloupean father, Cali P began his creative journey at a young age. He grew up immersed in music, learning to play the drums aged three. His father co-founded the cultural drum ensemble Akiyo from Guadeloupe and he would take the young

Sevad The Revolution Review

Sevad – The Revolution – Review

Sevad The Revolution Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Of all the artists to recently emerge from Reggae culture, Sevad is perhaps one of the ones to have shown the most artistic development. His album Black Man’s Government displayed real promise but lacked production finesse. Then, his next offering The Message EP displayed real growth in that area. And now, we have his latest project. The Revolution, released via Sevad Music House Group, is perhaps Sevad’s seminal work. Unlike his peers, less is definitely more in terms of album length: eight tracks to be precise – bucking modern industry norms

Sevad The Revolution Press Release

Sevad Triumphs With The Revolution – Press Release

Multi-genre artist Sevad triumphs with his new album: where Trap, Dancehall and RnB meet rousing social commentary Press Release by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. German-based artist Sevad breaks down musical and lyrical boundaries with the release of his latest album. Because not only does it soar to genre-defying musical heights, but it also provides searing commentary on the state of society and the planet during the Covid era. The Revolution is set to be released via Sevad Music House Records on 29 March 2022, with pre-release ordering available from 9 March. The album, completely constructed by Sevad from writing via

Richie Culture Bag Of Herb Review

Richie Culture – Bag Of Herb Remixes – Review

Various Artists: Richie Culture Bag of Herb Remixes Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Totally Dubwise Recordings are back – this time with a big selection of remixes across a track from 2020. And it shows the breadth and depth of the outfit’s capabilities – as the remixes cover various genres really well. Bag of Herb was originally released by Richie Culture in 2020. The track is in a classic Reggae formation: drop-beat bass, those call and response horns, skanking guitar and bubble rhythm on the keys. Culture’s singjay-come-vocal is expressive and engaging – and the track is a very

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Norris Man Deep Conversations Review

Norris Man – Deep Conversations – Review

Norris Man Deep Conversations Album Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Legendary artist Norris Man has returned with a new album; a collaboration with an up-and-coming label. And as the release shows, when an artist with decades of experience joins forces with one of the newer names to emerge onto the scene – the result is positively vibrant. Deep Conversations, released via Train Line Records, is a masterclass in how to do modern Roots Reggae that is both sympathetic to the historical culture while maintaining a sound that still sounds fresh. Production comes from Train Line founder Real Mckoy, which

Read More »
Norris Nan Shine Your Light Single Review

Norris Man – Shine Your Light – Review

Norris Man Shine Your Light Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Ahead of the release of his forthcoming album Deep Conversations, Pauzeradio is humbled to take a look at one of the lead tracks from the release – and it’s a gorgeous offering. Shine Your Light is from the Train Line Records-produced and released Deep Conversations, which is out on 20 May 2022. Production comes from founder Real Mckoy and there are three legendary musicians adding their talents to the track (and the album): Sam Gilly, Dean Fraser and Dave Richards. The overall engineering, mix and master are of

Read More »
Norris Man Deep Conversations Press Release

Norris Man Returns With A New Album – Press Release

Reggae icon Norris Man returns with a new album, flanked by some legendary names Press Release by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Iconic Reggae artist Norris Man has been a recognisable name in the culture for many decades. After the success of his 2020 album Emerge, he’s back with another consummate release – with up-and-coming Train Line Records at the helm and some production legends, plus Anthony B, involved as well. Deep Conversations is set to be released by Train Line Records on 20 May 2022. It’s a collaboration between Norris Man, producer and Train Line Records founder Real Mckoy and

Read More »
Uwe Banton The People Need To Be Free Review

Uwe Banton – The People Need To Be Free – Review

Uwe Banton: The People Need To Be Free Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. German Roots legend Uwe Banton is back with a fresh track for 2022 – and as is always the case with this consummate artist, he blends musical ingenuity with lyrical power to create something magical. The People Need To Be Free, released via Ancient Mountain Records, see Banton’s song and lyric writing skills combine with Markus Dassmann and Martin Musch – the latter also producing the track. It’s currently available as a limited edition 7” press in the Pauzeradio shop, here. It’s firmly a Roots

Read More »
Chyna Nicole My Heart Will Go On Review

Chyna Nicole – My Heart Will Go On – Review

Chyna Nicole: My Heart Will Go On Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. How do you take a Celine Dion track and turn it into a Dancehall-led fusion cut while keeping the melody the same? The answer is you get Chyna Nicole and Jumpout Productions on the case. My Heart Will Go On, released via Jumpout Productions, sees Nicole swerve into uncharted territory. The track is based on the 2018 release the Matrixx Riddim, written by Jamaica’s Mark Clarke with production and engineering coming from Tuff Gong alumni Gary Sutherland. Now, the riddim is being re-released, with Nicole’s cover

Read More »
LawGiver The Kingson The Ruler Review

LawGiver The Kingson – The Ruler – Review

LawGiver The Kingson: The Ruler (Live Acoustic) Release Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Not one to sit on his laurels, LawGiver The Kingson is back, but this time with something slightly different – a filmed ‘live’ performance of a track that he’s reinvented over the years. The Ruler (Live Acoustic), featuring Yaksta and its accompanying video are available on YouTube from 1 April. LawGiver first released the track as a straight Sound System affair in 2011. Then, he reimagined it for his recent EP The Kingson From Kingston. Now, it’s been given the ‘live’ treatment. First off, and the

Read More »

Cali P

Artist Biography: Cali P. With a career and an energy that show no signs of waning, the irrepressible and incomparable Cali P continues to break artistic boundaries. But across this time there has been one stable factor in his talents: the quest for groundbreaking music driven by his spiritual faith. Born Pierre Nanon to a Swiss mother and a Rastafarian-Guadeloupean father, Cali P began his creative journey at a young age. He grew up immersed in music, learning to play the drums aged three. His father co-founded the cultural drum ensemble Akiyo from Guadeloupe and he would take the young

Read More »
Sevad The Revolution Review

Sevad – The Revolution – Review

Sevad The Revolution Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Of all the artists to recently emerge from Reggae culture, Sevad is perhaps one of the ones to have shown the most artistic development. His album Black Man’s Government displayed real promise but lacked production finesse. Then, his next offering The Message EP displayed real growth in that area. And now, we have his latest project. The Revolution, released via Sevad Music House Group, is perhaps Sevad’s seminal work. Unlike his peers, less is definitely more in terms of album length: eight tracks to be precise – bucking modern industry norms

Read More »
Sevad The Revolution Press Release

Sevad Triumphs With The Revolution – Press Release

Multi-genre artist Sevad triumphs with his new album: where Trap, Dancehall and RnB meet rousing social commentary Press Release by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. German-based artist Sevad breaks down musical and lyrical boundaries with the release of his latest album. Because not only does it soar to genre-defying musical heights, but it also provides searing commentary on the state of society and the planet during the Covid era. The Revolution is set to be released via Sevad Music House Records on 29 March 2022, with pre-release ordering available from 9 March. The album, completely constructed by Sevad from writing via

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