Joined in with the release of the ‘Farmerman Life’ video and all the attention it’s getting. I decided it was definately needed that the tune was available as a digital download. For the time being I decided to set up a bandcamp account but will go for a distribution through a company so that I can reach Itunes, Amazon, Juno … That will probably join in with a next vinyl release.
I also put Money World & Take I Home releases on Bandcamp. Because of copyright/publishing fees the Barry Heptone & Carlton Livingston tracks are not possible through bandcamp. These will follow on other platforms on a later date.
Direct link to bandcamp:
The line up has been made official so I don’t have to be quiet anymore ;-) So I am delighted to let you know I’ll be playing at on the 3rd of August in the 18 inch corner at Reggae Geel festival. Even more cool is that I won’t be playing alone but will be sharing the stage with a couple of my closest relations in my music:
my close brethrin Saimn-I who joins me often to provide vocal power to my sets, the man with the golden voice Collieman, fabelous singer Paul Fox comes over from the UK and the Moonshine horns will provide some nice brass melodies. This is gonna be awesome. We plan to mix up our tracks and collaborations and have to oppetunity to make it one dynamic set. Come check us out in the 18 inch corner.
My good friend and partner in crime for many thing Saimn-I has recently released a self-produced album, titled ‘More to the picture than meets the Eye’. Versatile as he is Saimn is not bound to one style and thus dropped a wide selection of styles and influences (roots reggae, hip hop, early dancehall …) are present. On top he invited plenty of guests and friends to drop in for some nice collaborations. Yours truly provided a drumline/break that was the backbone for ‘Somewhere’. A digital roots track in which Saimn-I and Collieman team up for a nice melodic track of heart ship and a message of hope.
Check it out !!!
The album is available as a free download. Go and grab it !!!