Love Taking Over Riddim Review

Love Taking Over Riddim – Review

Various Artists: Love Taking Over Riddim Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. After two successful releases, Roadblokk Records are back with a third – and the label has upped its game further, by releasing a full riddim this time – to good effect. Love Taking Over Riddim, released via Roadblokk Records, sees the sister label of Anotha One Productions start to properly take flight. Roadblokk is headed-up by Milan Ivkovic and DJ Vandal, and had previously released two tracks: Dem Weak by Naptali and Stranger In Town by Ray Isaacs (a tribute to his uncle Gregory on what would have

Deemas J, Jago, Zen Lewis That Sound Review

Deemas J, Jago & Zen Lewis – That Sound – Review

Deemas J, Jago and Zen Lewis: That Sound Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Totally Dubwise Recordings are back with another fresh track – this time on a frantic yet effective Reggae/Dub Ragga-Hop tip. That Sound, released via Totally Dubwise Recordings, sees the label team up with vocal artists Deemas J, Jago and Zen Lewis. A departure somewhat from the label’s previous work – which was heavy on both straighter Reggae and Dub, and Jungle, – because here, production focuses on Reggae and Dub while bringing in elements of Hip Hop and Dancehall. The production by Ant Henderson from

Don Hartley Black Moses Press Release

Don Hartley – Black Moses – Press Release

Press Release: Don Hartley returns with a stirring message for the world by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. UK-based Roots artist Don Hartley once again projects Manchester’s talents across the globe, as he delivers another stunning track – showing just what the English Reggae scene can offer. Black Moses, released via Hartley’s own, new label Blessed People, sees this accomplished singer, songwriter and producer take things back to their roots, with a veritable musical feast of conscious Reggae deliciousness: The track follows on from Hartley’s previous release, Do You Have What It Takes. “Black Moses is an extremely pleasant surprise from

El YahWeh Riddim Review

El YahWeh Riddim – Review

Various Artists: El YahWeh Riddim Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Train Line Records have just scored one of the strongest riddims of the year – with the lead track from none other than Dexta Daps. El YahWeh, released via Train Line Records, sees the label deliver something of sheer quality that’s highly attractive. The riddim itself is soulful yet Reggae-laced – almost classic in nature. The giveaway on this is the grand opening, with its impressive, lilting piano line – filled with rapid runs and riffs. What dominates on first listen are the chord progressions. The arrangement is predominantly

El YahWeh Riddim Press Release

El YahWeh Riddim – Press Release

Press Release: Dexta Daps returns to his conscious roots across a brand new riddim by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Jamaican Dancehall Superstar Dexta Daps takes the lead on the Train Line Records latest riddim. In a move that will surprise his avid fans and music critics alike, Daps has returned to his conscious roots across a reggae riddim that also features a whole host of other stars – including Lutan Fyah and Anthony B. El Yah Weh Riddim is set to be released on 18 November via Train Line Records. It comes hot of the heels of the label’s previous

Dexta Daps Blessings Review

Dexta Daps – Blessings – Review

Dexta Daps Blessings Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. What a way to end 2022 – not only with a new Dexta Daps track, but one which sees him returning to Reggae and something more conscious as well. Blessings, released via Trainline Records, is from the label’s El YahWeh Riddim, which is out on 18 November. It’s a strong move from Trainline to release Daps’s track as the lead (and a coup for them to get him on the riddim, too). Because the track is pure, pure perfection. The riddim itself is soulful yet Reggae-laced – almost classic in

Perfect Giddimani World Peace Review

Perfect Giddimani – World Peace – Review

Perfect Giddimani: World Peace Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. The legendary Perfect Giddimani has recently returned with a brand-new track. This time, it sees him go back to a classic Roots Reggae sound – but the subject matter is bang up-to-date. World Peace, released via Earth Strong Productions, sees Giddimani take things back to a classic vibe. The production from Father Ralph at Earth Strong is clean, crisp, and tidy – evocative of the golden days of Reggae. Recording and mixing comes from Trainline Records – who have been making name for themselves recently (including a forthcoming track

Everton Roy Collins They Used To Be Mine Review

Everton Roy Collins – They Used To Be Mine – Review

Everton Roy Collins: They Used To Be Mine Album Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Everton Roy Collins has returned with his third album – and to say it is a rich, intricate and pleasing affair would be an understatement. They Used To Be Mine, released via Mission Hill Records, sees Collins return nearly 30 years after his first release. Produced by John Harley, the album is a veritable banquet of Lover’s Rock and Reggae – but with heavy influences of Rock and Blues. The array of musicians featured is impressive, too – including Ryan Wilson on a versatile bass,

Nga Han + Tamrin Abba Chant Press Release

Nga Han + Tamrin – Abba Chant – Press Release

Press Release: Germany’s The Merchant Records teams-up with one of Jamaica’s most iconic artists for an 8-track EP by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. An up-and-coming German Roots Reggae label has joined forces with the incomparable Nga Han across a mesmerising EP – which shows off both parties’ talents wonderfully. Abba Chant is set to be released by German-based The Merchant Records. It sees the label’s founder, Tamrin, join forces with Jamaican Roots Revivalist Han across an EP with eight tracks overall. It is the third release from this fledgling outfit, following on from the success of its 2021 project Earthman

Robert Dallas Tek It Easy / Do Good Brother Review

Robert Dallas – Tek It Easy/Do Good Brother – Review

Robert Dallas: Tek It Easy/Do Good Brother Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Poor Man’s Friend, the Bristol, UK and Jamaica-based outfit, are back with Robert Dallas for a rich and potent 7” vinyl release – and it’s top-quality, naturally. Tek It Easy/Do Good Brother, released via Poor Man’s Friend Studio Inc and available in the Pauzeradio shop here, sees veteran Dallas (formerly known as Yabba Youth) team up with the Bristol-based outfit – known for their slick production and engineering, and sheer class. Here is no different – notably that both tracks sound almost analogue in terms of

Love Taking Over Riddim Review

Love Taking Over Riddim – Review

Various Artists: Love Taking Over Riddim Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. After two successful releases, Roadblokk Records are back with a third – and the label has upped its game further, by releasing a full riddim this time – to good effect. Love Taking Over Riddim, released via Roadblokk Records, sees the sister label of Anotha One Productions start to properly take flight. Roadblokk is headed-up by Milan Ivkovic and DJ Vandal, and had previously released two tracks: Dem Weak by Naptali and Stranger In Town by Ray Isaacs (a tribute to his uncle Gregory on what would have

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Deemas J, Jago, Zen Lewis That Sound Review

Deemas J, Jago & Zen Lewis – That Sound – Review

Deemas J, Jago and Zen Lewis: That Sound Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Totally Dubwise Recordings are back with another fresh track – this time on a frantic yet effective Reggae/Dub Ragga-Hop tip. That Sound, released via Totally Dubwise Recordings, sees the label team up with vocal artists Deemas J, Jago and Zen Lewis. A departure somewhat from the label’s previous work – which was heavy on both straighter Reggae and Dub, and Jungle, – because here, production focuses on Reggae and Dub while bringing in elements of Hip Hop and Dancehall. The production by Ant Henderson from

Read More »
Don Hartley Black Moses Press Release

Don Hartley – Black Moses – Press Release

Press Release: Don Hartley returns with a stirring message for the world by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. UK-based Roots artist Don Hartley once again projects Manchester’s talents across the globe, as he delivers another stunning track – showing just what the English Reggae scene can offer. Black Moses, released via Hartley’s own, new label Blessed People, sees this accomplished singer, songwriter and producer take things back to their roots, with a veritable musical feast of conscious Reggae deliciousness: The track follows on from Hartley’s previous release, Do You Have What It Takes. “Black Moses is an extremely pleasant surprise from

Read More »
El YahWeh Riddim Review

El YahWeh Riddim – Review

Various Artists: El YahWeh Riddim Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Train Line Records have just scored one of the strongest riddims of the year – with the lead track from none other than Dexta Daps. El YahWeh, released via Train Line Records, sees the label deliver something of sheer quality that’s highly attractive. The riddim itself is soulful yet Reggae-laced – almost classic in nature. The giveaway on this is the grand opening, with its impressive, lilting piano line – filled with rapid runs and riffs. What dominates on first listen are the chord progressions. The arrangement is predominantly

Read More »
El YahWeh Riddim Press Release

El YahWeh Riddim – Press Release

Press Release: Dexta Daps returns to his conscious roots across a brand new riddim by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Jamaican Dancehall Superstar Dexta Daps takes the lead on the Train Line Records latest riddim. In a move that will surprise his avid fans and music critics alike, Daps has returned to his conscious roots across a reggae riddim that also features a whole host of other stars – including Lutan Fyah and Anthony B. El Yah Weh Riddim is set to be released on 18 November via Train Line Records. It comes hot of the heels of the label’s previous

Read More »
Dexta Daps Blessings Review

Dexta Daps – Blessings – Review

Dexta Daps Blessings Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. What a way to end 2022 – not only with a new Dexta Daps track, but one which sees him returning to Reggae and something more conscious as well. Blessings, released via Trainline Records, is from the label’s El YahWeh Riddim, which is out on 18 November. It’s a strong move from Trainline to release Daps’s track as the lead (and a coup for them to get him on the riddim, too). Because the track is pure, pure perfection. The riddim itself is soulful yet Reggae-laced – almost classic in

Read More »
Perfect Giddimani World Peace Review

Perfect Giddimani – World Peace – Review

Perfect Giddimani: World Peace Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. The legendary Perfect Giddimani has recently returned with a brand-new track. This time, it sees him go back to a classic Roots Reggae sound – but the subject matter is bang up-to-date. World Peace, released via Earth Strong Productions, sees Giddimani take things back to a classic vibe. The production from Father Ralph at Earth Strong is clean, crisp, and tidy – evocative of the golden days of Reggae. Recording and mixing comes from Trainline Records – who have been making name for themselves recently (including a forthcoming track

Read More »
Everton Roy Collins They Used To Be Mine Review

Everton Roy Collins – They Used To Be Mine – Review

Everton Roy Collins: They Used To Be Mine Album Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Everton Roy Collins has returned with his third album – and to say it is a rich, intricate and pleasing affair would be an understatement. They Used To Be Mine, released via Mission Hill Records, sees Collins return nearly 30 years after his first release. Produced by John Harley, the album is a veritable banquet of Lover’s Rock and Reggae – but with heavy influences of Rock and Blues. The array of musicians featured is impressive, too – including Ryan Wilson on a versatile bass,

Read More »
Nga Han + Tamrin Abba Chant Press Release

Nga Han + Tamrin – Abba Chant – Press Release

Press Release: Germany’s The Merchant Records teams-up with one of Jamaica’s most iconic artists for an 8-track EP by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. An up-and-coming German Roots Reggae label has joined forces with the incomparable Nga Han across a mesmerising EP – which shows off both parties’ talents wonderfully. Abba Chant is set to be released by German-based The Merchant Records. It sees the label’s founder, Tamrin, join forces with Jamaican Roots Revivalist Han across an EP with eight tracks overall. It is the third release from this fledgling outfit, following on from the success of its 2021 project Earthman

Read More »
Robert Dallas Tek It Easy / Do Good Brother Review

Robert Dallas – Tek It Easy/Do Good Brother – Review

Robert Dallas: Tek It Easy/Do Good Brother Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Poor Man’s Friend, the Bristol, UK and Jamaica-based outfit, are back with Robert Dallas for a rich and potent 7” vinyl release – and it’s top-quality, naturally. Tek It Easy/Do Good Brother, released via Poor Man’s Friend Studio Inc and available in the Pauzeradio shop here, sees veteran Dallas (formerly known as Yabba Youth) team up with the Bristol-based outfit – known for their slick production and engineering, and sheer class. Here is no different – notably that both tracks sound almost analogue in terms of

Read More »

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