Updated Album Reviews!

Updated Album Reviews!

We have 3 New Releases coming out tomorrow with new albums by Outlaw Nation, Prince Polo and Josh Heinrichs. We have a sneak peak into each of those albums as well as a review & rating for an album released in August by the Maui based group The Throwdowns. Lets check the review & rating for each album…

Stop by here every Monday as we post new album reviews from various new & past releases from groups in the community. You can view all of our Album Reviews inside under our Editorials tab by clicking HERE

Josh Heinrichs – Satisifed

“Josh Heinrichs is back with his fifth solo album and second solo release of 2011. Hailing from Springfield, Missouri Heinrichs’ music has spread from inside out whether it is with his former group Jah Roots or from his solo career. The album features 12 tracks and features multiple artists from both the pacific and from the mainland of America. Rexie Adlawan of Inity Collective and singer Regan Perry represent the pacific while former band mate SkillinJah also appears on a few songs…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Matt Emodi

The Throwdowns – Legs of Our Own EP

“The Throwdowns, originally from Hawaii, are a mix of contemporary rock with a subtle hint of reggae undertones. The band has been nominated for two Hawaiian Grammys and spent the last two years performing with acts like Steel Pulse, Matisyahu, Sublime with Rome & Anuhea. After the success of their debut EP, Don’t Slow Down, they headed back into the studio to record their first full-length album – Legs of Our Own which was released on Aug. 6th, 2011…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Ashley Allred

Outlaw Nation – Back In Babylon

“Outlaw Nation’s “Gutter Reggae Soul” undoubtedly reflects the cultural significances in New Orleans-style music. The unique jumble of reggae, ska, and alternative rock has been the prescription for success as the members of Outlaw Nation have been writing and performing music for 12 years. In that time Outlaw Nation has toured the nation on plenty of occasions and have even been recognized for their hit single “Pass The Doobie” which was released in 2003….” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Matt Emodi

Prince Polo- Brooklyn Bodega

“Prince Polo, born Billy Szeflinski, is a Brooklyn-based dub producer, musician and engineer. He’s been active in reggae music in the late 90’s, and has recently gained recognition for his progressive approach to recording and mixing reggae music. As sound engineer at The Kennel Studios, he’s mixed a wide array of reggae artists including Eek A Mouse, I Wayne, Rebelution, The Expandables, Lee Perry and more…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Chris Castro