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Old 10-12-2017, 12:22 PM   #331 (permalink)
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I say Mad Caddies for sure, especially their newer stuff. I love Big D and the Kids Table but I don't think they're very similar to Streetlight. Have you tried Streetlights's acoustic stuff by Toh Kay?
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I see pretty much no value in reggae as a genre. Dropping by this thread to see if there's anything that might change my mind. I know Marley obvs and I dig his passion. I enjoy dub but I consider that separate from reggae but maybe that's part of the problem as I'm pretty ignorant of the genre.

Not spurred by any interest in the genre or artists I've heard tbh, it's just one of my genre blind spots so to speak. Throw what you got at me and see what sticks.
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I see pretty much no value in reggae as a genre. Dropping by this thread to see if there's anything that might change my mind. I know Marley obvs and I dig his passion. I enjoy dub but I consider that separate from reggae but maybe that's part of the problem as I'm pretty ignorant of the genre.

Not spurred by any interest in the genre or artists I've heard tbh, it's just one of my genre blind spots so to speak. Throw what you got at me and see what sticks.
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Assume total ignorance outside of Marley, Tosh, and ****ty local bands (it's a goddamn plague in SD). I'll check em out.
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Assume total ignorance outside of Marley, Tosh, and ****ty local bands (it's a goddamn plague in SD). I'll check em out.
The only thing worse than ****ty white reggae band is a ****ty white blues band.
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Max Romeo is one of my favorite raggae artists.
(you could classify many of his stuff as dub of course)

heres a good compilation

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