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Catch up on the last 3 Album Reviews published with new records released by Kash’d Out, Morgan Heritage and Satsang. Join the discussion and read up and our latest reviews and star ratings…

Coming up, we’ll have new reviews on new albums from Mike Pinto, 311, Dirty Heads, Chronixx, Collie Buddz, Dangermuffin and more!

With album reviews, everyone has an perspective/opinion and no one is right or wrong, but the discussion is what we look forward to; as long as there is a discussion, people will continue to discover the music and listen for themselves. We want to hear your perspective and how the music speaks to you in contrast to our written reflections. The topic is always up for discussion as we want you to reply in a comment with a review rating of your own!

Remember to stop by the site every Monday as we post new album reviews from both new past releases from around the reggae-rock genre. You can view all of our Album Reviews under our Editorials tab by clicking HERE

Kash’d Out – The Hookup

“The albums stand-out tracks would have to be “The Dream,” “So Blessed,” and “Baby Don’t Go.” The latter has the albums best start-to-finish production in my opinion as I enjoy how they occasionally drop the beat out of the hook before bringing it back to drive home the spirit of the song’s sentiment in pleading his love not to go. “So Blessed” is another song that’s a great first impression to hook new listeners and I love the vocal delivery during the chorus on “The Dream”, almost reminding me of something delivered by…” READ MORE

Written Reviewed By: Mike Patti

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Morgan Heritage – Avrakedabra

“As a whole, Avrakedabra features a wide variety of song types, typically tied together with reggae, pop, or both. Morgan Heritage wasn’t afraid to embrace pop music on this album, which may turn off a certain demographic, while introducing them to another. The production quality is top-notch, with crisp vocals, loud and precise percussion, and timely sound effects. For what it’s worth, Avrakedabra is almost…” READ MORE

Written Reviewed By: Brian Winters

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Satsang – Pyramid(s)

“The tone of these songs, matched with the albums lyrics, can pull out some inner-perspective with music that enables nostalgic-reflections. The are no bad songs on the album and the production is good. It’s a bit softer and slower for those looking for something more upbeat and energetic and while it’s a great album for a road-trip, rainy days or camp-fires, it may be left-out of consideration for…” READ MORE

Written Reviewed By: Mike Patti

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