Gentleman's Dub Club - Lost In Space (Easy Star Records)
No idea if the members of Gentleman's Dub Club were influenced by the new Netflix-reboot of the classic sci-fi television series 'Lost In Space', but looking at the cover design of the album, that might well have been the case.
Mister Kali & Dub Gideon - Hungry (Rebel Sound Records)
Mister Kali, a household name in New Mexico's reggae scene for years now, for the occasion joined forces with Texan production company Dub Gideon, and also called on local buddies Dre Estrada aka Dre Z Melodi and Ras Elijah Tafari for some vocal support.
Buddahfly - Ancient Fire EP (Roots Musician Records)
Roots Musician Records starts the year with 'Ancient Fire', the debut EP of Buddahfly, a seven-piece band from Boston, Massachusetts, on the east coast of the United States.
Omar Perry - Living In The Jungle (Roots Renegade Records)
Omar Perry's 'New Dawn' may be barely six months old, but with 'Living In The Jungle' he's already providing us with a successor!
SistaSara - Space Stepper EP (Dub-O-Phonic)
Yours truly got to know Italian-Nigerian Sarah Fugue aka SistaSara back in 2017 thanks to her self-released 'Creation' album. For 'Space Stepper' she joined forces with the Cypriot Dub-O-Phonic label, and this 5 track EP is meant as a foretaste for her soon to be released 'Universal' album.
Gingermon - Baked To Perfection (Self-published)
For our first American reggae release of the New Year, we're heading to Cleveland, Ohio, home of Gingermon, the alter-ego of singer-songwriter Tim Gandee, presenting his second album with 'Baked To Perfection'.
Ustad Saami - God Is Not A Terrorist (Glitterbeat Records)
For this fifth part in their Hidden Musics series, Glitterbeat Records this time travelled to Karachi, where they met up with seventy-five year old musician Ustad Saami.
Echoes Of Zoo - First Provocations EP (Self-published)
Echoes Of Zoo is the new project around saxophonist Nathan Daems, for the occasion flanked by jazz guitarist Bart Vervaeck, bassist Lieven Van Pée and drummer Falk Schrauwen.