Words by Deejay Theory
Monday is here, which means new music and unearthed gems in the classics department at #MixtapeMondays. Foundation and dub meet current bashment dancehall for this week’s selections.
Riddim Wise, The Rub-A-Dub Session: Respek to our friends at the Riddim Wise production/DJ camp in Montreal for delivering this nice an’ easy foundation mixtape to set the vibes for this Monday. Strictly crucial recordings from the 1artists that helped carve a niche for roots reggae in the 70’s following the footsteps of rocksteady and ska. Nice up your area and press play/download below.
Highlanda, Reggae Lover Series: Augustus Pablo, The Original Rocker: Nice slice of history to keep the foundation vibes going this week from Atlanta-based Highlanda Sound‘s weekly Reggae Lover podcast. With many of the shows highlighting a noteworthy artist in reggae and dancehall, the latest features the original rocker Augustus Pablo in all his glory with some rare features and favorites. Stream below, download here.
DJ Kenny, ‘Straight’ Dancehall Mix: Can’t leave out the dancehall on Mixtape Mondays, and same way you can’t leave out one of Jamaica’s leading mixtape ambassadors, DJ Kenny. Dude stays releasing the newest music straight from the source by way of constant mixtape shellings and specials, unloading the latest and greatest to the world before many selectas have time to catch their breath. Grab his most recent right here and shock out in the Fiat on your way to the office.