The Brewers revealed a series of personality-themed T-shirts on Friday, and they're mostly innocuous representations of each player: Jean Segura's has a chef's hat on it, because Jean Segura apparently likes to cook; Scooter Gennett's has a bunch of trippy stars and such on it, because Scooter Gennett listens to too much reggae; that sort of thing. None of them are triumphs of design, by any means...
How much do you want to bet from the red, yellow and
green motif emblazoning the front of The Providence EP’s cover that
Milwaukee’s Jake Paul Band have some kind of reggae fixation going on?
Consider yourself a winner if
Eastern Europe meets Jamaica in this surprisingly credible
collaboration between the Romanian Gypsies of Mahala Rai Banda and such reggae
remix producers as Mad Professor and Jstar. The convergence sounds more organic
Taj Mahal’s self-titled debut solo
album (1967) was a rough-sawn blues-rock affair. Afterward, he moved back in
time for Delta blues and antique folk songs, sideways into calypso and reggae
and forward toward easy-going soul and
Originally formed as a backing band for the
Easy Star label's reggae artists, the All-Stars are best known for Dub Side of the Moon, a reggae version
of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon,
which has been on the reggae...
On Sunshine Blues, multi-instrumentalist and Wisconsin native Bob Parduhn explores various genres, including swing jazz (“Tailspin”), classic reggae (“Babylon Falling”) and R&B (“Chase Away the Blues”). This is Parduhn's fifth solo album...
Do you miss the mellow punk reggae rock of Sublime or The Red Hot Chili Peppers, when "funk metal" was a legitimate descriptor for Flea & Co.? If you would like it with more jamming and from guys with hip-hop roots, Milwaukee's...
Dance music, especially in places like New York City, draws from a global ocean of influences to keep the dance floor full. On Moon People, Brooklyn DJ-producer Nickodemus displays his range on tracks that filter echoes of reggae into dreamy...