10 Search Results for Tag: Reggae

Eclectic Sound Melange

An eclectic playlist that starts rather introspective and ends up with more bright tunes. Featuring artist like: The Smile, Nothing But Thieves, Gorillaz, The Herd, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rick James, Midnight Oil, Claude François
Eclectic Sound Melange

Otis and Andrew Got High – Again

Taking the energy at the front end and letting it slide, featuring artists like: Siouxsie and the Banshees, Method Man, The Pharcyde, All Them Witches, Roots Manuva, Devin The Dude, Charlotte Church, Brigid Mae Power

Otis and Andrew Got High - Again

Stories of the Human Condition

Stories of the human condition, featuring tales of humor, history, the quirky and the heart wrenching. Featuring artists like: Gang of Youths, Josh Ritter, Paul Simon, Keller Williams, ZZ Top, KALEO, Foals, Keane
Stories of the Human Condition

Soundclash

Crank the Bass to the max, its time for a Reggae Soundclash with the Hoof & Otis, featuring artists like: Max Romeo, Big Youth, Gregory Isaacs, Barrington Levy, Dennis Brown, Soul Sugar, The Heptones

Otis and Andrew Get High

Music just slaps differently when you’re high. Featuring artists like: Easy Star All-Stars,Wu-Tang Clan,The Flaming Lips,Tall Black Guy,Brittany Howard,Parliament,Prince Fatty,AC/DC

Otis and Andrew Get High

Asshole Santa!

He knows you’ve been naughty…That’s because he likes to watch… – featuring artists like Fear • Eartha Kitt • Jacob Miller • The Kinks • Tom Waits • Clarence Carter • Rufus Thomas • Bob Dylan

The Roots

The Roots of Jamaican Music – featuring artists like Max Romeo • The Maytals • Hollie Cook • The Specials • Barrington Levy • King Tubby • Lee Scratch Perry • Dennis Brown

Blessed – Buju Banton

Is there a more universal genre of music than reggae and dancehall? There’s a reason Bob Marley is the first international superstar from a so-called “Third World” country…

Never Answer – The Frightnrs

The winter blues are such a real thing my friends. I was born and raised on a warm tropical island where the temperature would only enter a low of 59 degrees on occasion and the rain was warm and always inviting you to dance along with it. So on days where the cold begins entering the emotional veins, reggae is able to warm the mind and soul…

Baltimore – Nina Simone

I first heard this track from Bonobo’s Late Nite Tales and am like whaaaaaat? Nina Simone did Reggae. Well she didn’t just do reggae she wrote an anthem to define the dark streets corroding to urban decay and post-industrial cities with wheels falling off the Wagon.