Category Archives: Album Of The Week

Album Of The Week – Watch How The People Dancing (Unity Sounds From The London Dancehall)

Got a huge amount of time for this at the moment, whoever does the A&R @ Honest Jon’s label is certainly doing their homework. Straight up Killa Casio inspired Riddims that sound as current today as it did back then.

Listen / Buy HERE

Date by Adam Prescott | Categories: Album Of The Week, BIG Tunes

Tune Of The Day – Come As You are – Little Roy

Today we have an amazing cover of Nirvana’s classic ‘Come as You are’ by the amazing Little Roy who has been flying the flag high for British reggae this year. Nuff respect top him. The track is produced by Prince Fatty, who played at Reggae Roast in December. Enjoy!

Check out Little Roy’s Facebook page HERE

Check out Prince Fatty HERE

Date by james | Categories: Album Of The Week, Tune Of The Day

Album Of The Week – Mungo’s Hi-Fi – Forward Ever

You should all know Mungo’s by now in all fairness and although this is relatively old I noticed that it has been nominated for the Scottish Album Of The Year Award .This LP cemented their sound firmly on the map and it’s TUFF Roots music made for the Soundsystem. I remember getting a promo copy off the lads @ Outlook Festival last year and it’s still on repeat….

The lovely people at the Scottish Album Of The Year award have kindly uploaded the album for you to listen to for free! Click HERE to listen! And for those of you that haven’t already purchased it check the Scotch Bonnet Shop…..

Also while you are at it check Mungo’s remix they did for us featuring the legendary Earl 16……… HERE.

This one’s Killaaaaaaaa and a must in any dance featuring Southend’s finest Charlie P.

Date by Adam Prescott | Categories: Album Of The Week, BIG Tunes

Album Of The Week – Kanka – Alert

Kanka ya BAD!

I first heard Kanka when I checked Subdub back in 2009 and I was hooked. Hailing from France he has become the go-to producer for hard hitting, innovative and sometimes outright bonkers steppas.

This LP from 2006 is probably my favourite one he’s made, however,  I think his body of work as a whole represents modern day Soundsystem vibes at their best.

Date by Adam Prescott | Categories: Album Of The Week

Album Of The Week – Cultural Roots – Drift Away From Evil

Album of the Week time again here with one of my favourite vocal groups from the late 70’s – early 80’s, Cultural Roots. A real fine LP, proper ruff & tuff Roots music and it’s not hard to see why when you find out that The Revolutionaries (Channel One’s in house band) are responsible for the all the riddims. For more info click here……

In all honesty it’s worth getting the LP just for the infamous Jah Shaka favourite ‘Mr Bossman’. ANTHEM STYLE

Date by Adam Prescott | Categories: Album Of The Week

Album Of The Week – Barry Brown – Far East (Channel One)

Here at Reggae Roast we are fans of all things Channel One so it’s only right that we select one of the best Barry Brown long players for Album of the week. With players such as Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Lloyd Parks, Ansell Collins & Tommy McCook featured it’s not difficult to see why it’s an excellent use of your time………














Here’s one of the cuts from the LP, an updated version of the Treasure Isle classic by Ken Parker, check it HERE.



Date by Adam Prescott | Categories: Album Of The Week

Album Of The Week – Michael Rose – African Warrior

We are beginning a new feature here at Reggae Roast whereby we will be digging deep into the archives @ HQ and share an LP that we love and hope that you will too.

Michael Rose – African Roots















BUY – Here

Produced by Ryan Moore (AKA Twilight Dub Circus) this is probably one of Michael Rose’s best album, showcasing ruff and tuff roots music built for the soundsystem.


Date by james | Categories: Album Of The Week