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Global Groove Drums Rich *** Sputnikmusic Scene and Heard with Will McGuirk Paul Reddick Band is booked to play the Music By The Bay club in Pickering. The blues player of the first order will be in Nov. 25. MuchMusic presents: K-Os Oct. 2 at the Masonic Temple in Toronto. The versatile rapper originally from Whitby will perform an one hour concert featuring collaborations with friends such as Emily Haines , Shad , Seb Grainger and others. Universal Music Canada will release the footage as a combination CD/DVD on Oct. 4. Luke Doucet has curated the first Sleepwalk Guitar Festival which will take place Nov. 4 - 6 at the Great Hall in Toronto. Toronto duo Trust have signed to Arts & Crafts. Mad Ones new album Behaviour is available, as of today on Itunes.

Discogs Moroccan Tape Stash Daytrotter: The source for new music discovery and free MP3 downloads from the best emerging bands. Cerberus Iridescent Intent By Strauss on Apr 18 2014 VATS’ new tape may or may not be called Iridescent Intent, based on how good I am at reading 60s psychedelic font. Links: VATS - MJ MJ Gonzo Dies Irae [CS; Discrepant] By Grant 'Gumshoe' Purdum on Apr 17 2014 I’m a little late on this one but I wanted to weigh in before it’s too late because Gonzo has created one of the best tapes I’ve ever heard, bar none, with Dies Irae. Links: Discrepant Dura Altered Resonance [CS; Patient Sounds] By Strauss on Apr 16 2014 Mister Mattson Ogg (aka Dura) hit me with a tape a couple of months ago, and it’s dodged my Cerberus queue for… I don’t know, let’s call them “personal reasons.” Links: Dura - Patient Sounds Zapoppin’ Ugly Musick [CS; Damnsonic] By Jspicer on Apr 15 2014 I lost my soul. It’s a manic episode that attacks Ugly Musick, which is neither ugly nor sick despite the oddness of Zapoppin’. Soul is lost. Links: Damnsonic Guerilla Toss / Sediment Club Kicked Back Into the Crypt [LP; Feeding Tube / Sophomore Lounge]

Island Connection - Page 1 - Music This Saturday, the Albany Manor in Crown Heights will play host to New York's biggest dancehall reggae DJ competition, the Global Clash. During the event, sound systems—DJ crews, in reggae parlance—from five countries will vie for the title of world's greatest selectah, spinning deep cuts while hyping the crowd in hopes of winning a trophy and global recognition. In 2010, a Jamaican-American sound system from Brooklyn called King Addies emerged victorious, but this year, Barrier Free, a crew that represents the island nation of Japan, is a strong challenger. For more than 10 years, Japan has had a robust reggae industry with its own dedicated clubs, festivals, magazines, and television shows. For the Japanese sounds, a stay in New York doubles as a rite of passage. Marlon Bishop Risky Dice manager Diaba and crew at Lorna's Place in South Ozone Park, Queens "When I get back to Japan, I want to play every place. For Rooney from King Jam, the allure of reggae isn't quite so complicated.