This is a serious collaboration, two internationally acclaimed artists joining forces on a series of new recordings and live shows showcasing the unending diversity & innovation present in UK Reggae & Dub.
First up is “Sound System Girl” - digging deep into Sandra’s Sound System History on a future sounding re-cut of the Cuss Cuss Riddim , on the flip side ‘Fyah Bun’ is stepping spiritual dub music at it’s best.
Sandra Cross needs no introduction, she is a true legend whose career begun at the age of 14 with a no.1 hit in the UK Reggae charts. Since then she has gone on to be one of THE defining female voices of British Reggae. Sandra’s award winning career has seen her hook up with the likes of Mad Professor and Sly & Robbie for a near endless round of hit singles & albums. Vibronics, the future sound of dub, have been vibrating the world with bass since 1996. Their music is at the forefront of the UK Dub scene, proven by over 60 releases on their own legendary SCOOPS label as well as a host of albums, singles and remixes for a myriad of other labels such as Jarring Effects, Dubhead and Jah Tubbys. In the studio they have worked with Michael Prophet, Iration Steppas, Macka B, Aba Shanti, Brain Damage, High Tone, Big Youth, Gaudi and an almost endless list of dub & reggae luminaries.
Contact Steve Vibronics email@example.com +44 7976208250 http://www.vibronics.co.uk/ https://www.instagram.com/vibronicsdub https://www.facebook.com/Vibronics-16183313401 https://twitter.com/vibronics
[AR Upcoming] Lawrence Wilkerson – U.S. Empire & Latin America
To: All Stations/Program Directors
Fr: David Barsamian/via Distribution
Dt: May 9, 2019
Re: Alternative Radio: Latin America
The list of U.S. invasions, occupations, coups and sanctions in Latin America is a mile long. It is after all, “our little region over here,” and our “backyard” according to policymakers in Washington. Starting with the Monroe Doctrine in 1823 the continent and its people have been a laboratory for U.S. intervention, a kind of piñata, a punching bag. As the U.S. became a world power, techniques perfected in Latin America were then globalized. Today, once again Washington turns its hegemonic gaze south. The National Security Advisor John Bolton denounces the “troika of tyranny”— Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua and the leaders of those countries as “the three stooges of socialism.” Apparently with no sense of shame or of history Bolton declared, “We’re not afraid to use the phrase ‘Monroe Doctrine’ in this administration.”
Lawrence Wilkerson teaches Government and Public Policy at William & Mary College. He was Secretary of State Colin Powell’s Chief of Staff and Associate Director of the State Department’s Policy Planning staff. Before working at the State Department, he served 31 years in the U.S. Army, retiring with the rank of colonel.
Each month we share news, highlights, and some of the best music discovered on Songtradr.
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The Niceguys, Partner, Mannywellz, Northern National, Sara Noelle and The Stolen (pictured) were April's featured artists. We are always super excited to feature such talented artists in our promo blasts as well as on our site.
April's College Radio Selects continues with this month's 5 hot artists chosen for promotion across 300+ college radio stations around the country through our partnership with one of America's leading promoters. Congrats to Professoar, Dontmesswithjuan, Alex Almquist, Jillinda (Pictured) and The Mother.
Esteemed music supervisors, Heather Guibert and Gary Calamar (pictured) were the month's guest curators, bringing us curated playlists from our talented Songtradr artists; "Synthy Treasures" and "Classic Soul" respectively.