TALISMAN - CC DE WARANDE 03/2015
"The thing with the name change is that back then we were still a young and upcoming band and the other band was already quite established."
MOODCOLLECTOR - RADIO CENTRAAL 03/2015
"Apart from being the lead vocalist, Chris Dockx was also the face of The Dill Brothers and a lot of the songs in the band's repertoire were penned by guitarist Paul Stappaerts."
WINSTON 'BOPEE' BOWEN - VK 02/2015
"That's exactly it! (laughs) I've always been someone who prefers keeping a low profile."
I-CIENT-CY MAU - RADIO CENTRAAL 02/2015
"True, I performed with Papa Finnigan for over twenty-five years, a relationship which produced 4 to 5 albums."
YANISS ODUA - AB 12/2014
"That's correct, yes."
ROOTZ UNDERGROUND - VK 11/2014
"No, in fact on the last tour we did in Europe, a joint venture with Danakil from France, VK was the last stop on our itinerary."
HEARTWASH - RADIO CENTRAAL 10/2014
"Of course there's some truth to that, but of course no man is an island."
BLACK STEEL - VK 04/2013
"I'm in the music business for just over thirty years."
THE SKINTS - VILLA PACE 09/2014
"Well, basically we're all from East-London, from the Burroughs of Redbridge and Waltham Forest."
MUTABARUKA - REGGAE SUNDANCE 08/2014
"To me Marcus Garvey is where reggae music got its inspiration."
KABAKA PYRAMID - REGGAE SUNDANCE 08/2014
"Hip-hop was just something I was exposed to from a very early age and the lyricism that goes with it attracted me from the get-go."
TRINITY - REGGAE SUNDANCE 08/2014
"Well as so many youths growing up in the ghetto, I was a bit of a wayward boy as a kid."
JESSE ROYAL - REGGAE GEEL 08/2014
"Well, I don't know if I would really go as far as calling what we did impersonating! (laughs) Thing was, Ziggy's son Daniel and me used to go to the same prep school; we were like brothers from another mother."
NO-MADDZ - REGGAE GEEL 08/2014
"With No-Maddz we don't really concentrate on labels people want to give us or boxes they want to put us in, so whatever you want to name what you are discovering in our music is just fine with us."
MATIC HORNS - REGGAE GEEL 08/2014
"Well, when I first started out playing as a professional musician, back when I was still a member of Matumbi, I still used to play the saxophone as well."
PANACHE CULTURE (MOHAMED HAMRA) - REGGAE GEEL 08/2014
"(laughs) Well, this year we're celebrating our 25th anniversary so that definitely comes with some history."
RAGING FYAH (KUMAR BENT) - REGGAE GEEL 08/2014
"Raging Fyah has been around since 2002."
DWIGHT PINKNEY - REGGAE GEEL 08/2014
"The idea behind The Sharks was really to offer a Jamaican answer to The Beatles."
FAYA DUB (ERIC 'RICO' GAULTIER) - IRIE VIBES 07/2014
"I started playing the sax at sixteen, but at that I'd already been listening to reggae and ska for quite some time."
DERAJAH - IRIE VIBES 07/2014
"I've been a part of the Inna De Yard family from the very beginning, even before it became a recording project, something that happened because of my close affiliation with Earl 'Chinna' Smith and Kiddus I."