In perfect timing with the start of Chronixx’s ‘Chronology: North America Tour’, guest starring Jah9, both artists present to you the “Hardcore” Remix.
Originally featured on Jah9’s “9” album, the newly recorded remixed version of “Hardcore”, showcases the talent and creativity of both artists to the highest degree.
A new album containing new dub mixes on the tracks from Jah9’s album “9” and will be released on colored vinyl exclusively for Record Store Day, April 22, 2017.
Chronology: North America Tour | Featuring Chronixx & The Zincfence Redemption + special guest Jah9
2nd March – New Haven, CT 3rd March – Boston, MA 4th March – New York, NY 5th March – New York, NY 7th March – Detroit, MI 9th March – Louisville, KY 10th March – Columbus, OH 11th March – Chicago, IL 14th March – Lawrence, KS 15th March – Denver, CO 17th March – Seattle, WA 18th March – Vancouver, BC*
19tth March – Portland, OR 21st March – Sacramento, CA 23rd March – San Francisco, CA 24th March – Redway, CA 25th March – Santa Cruz, CA 26th March – Reno, NV 28th March – Santa Barbara, CA 31st March – Santa Ana, CA 1st April – Los Angeles, CA 2nd April – San Diego, CA
The title track ‘Never played a 45‘ is an ode to vinyl lovers because “there’s something about the feel of the vibe.” Previously released on a 45, the original Peckings label pressing sold out fast and is now highly sought after.
The popular ‘Medical Marijuana Card‘ features an animated video which has amassed over 250,000 views. ‘Rasta Tell Dem‘ is already hugely popular and has been rinsed out by David Rodigan and others.
The song recounts Rasta’s canny observations of things that are just now coming to pass. ‘African‘ is an astute social observation to the standard we’ve come to expect from Macka B; shedding light on the realities of Africa as the cradle of humanity. Download ‘Never played a 45‘ now.
Atlanta, GA. – Sunday May 24th 2015, All Vinyl Everything delivered another star studded line-up of special guest DJs spinning nothing but the best music pressed on Vinyl.
No laptops, CDs, or DJ Controllers are ever allowed at this event! I selected a round of mostly 45 RPM 7″ inch singles from 1990’s and 1980’s dancehall to foundation reggae icons Dennis Brown and Tenor Saw in representation of the Reggae Lovers who were gathered, but also to introduce reggae music to new listeners.
Its was a holiday weekend and with no work on Monday, the who’s who of Atlanta turned out to play on Sunday at #AllVinylEverything! The venue, Noni’s on Edgewood Avenue offered indoor and outdoor bars along with food hot off the grill. Patrons came early as the music started at 4pm sharp and went until 9pm.
Highlanda live @ All Vinyl Everything [Atlanta – 5.24.15]
Once a month from April through SeptemberAVE is hosted by Sean Falyon alongside DJ Dibiase, and brought to you by WGGP Events, BeATLab USA, AB+L Radio, Coalition DJs ATL, Scratch DJ Academy and Noni’s (357 Edgewood Ave Atlanta, GA)