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The Movement Golden Hearts West Coast Tour

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The Movement are hitting the West Coast with their Golden Hearts Tour! Fresh off the release of their #1 Billboard Reggae Charts album GOLDEN, The Movement are bringing Wheeland Brothers and Iya Terra from Seattle to San Diego. This week they are performing in Arcata, Orangevale, San Francisco, and Santa Cruz – with a ticket giveaway hosted by Rootfire for each show! Presented by General Hydroponics. View tour dates below, and listen to their latest music:

Upcoming Tour Dates:
April 27: Arcata, CA – Humbrews – http://smarturl.it/kdnfsn
April 28: Sacramento, CA – The Boardwalk – http://smarturl.it/0c3eb9
April 29: San Francisco, CA – Slim’s – http://smarturl.it/vhaxm9
April 30: Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst – http://smarturl.it/u9eb9l
May 3: San Diego, CA – Winstons – http://smarturl.it/qq5zzz
May 4: Hermosa Beach, CA – Saint Rocke – http://smarturl.it/t7dbq1
May 5: Santa Barbara, CA – Velvet Jones – http://smarturl.it/flzuqc

United Reggae premieres new single off The Movement’s new album Golden

“The new single off the set is the slick Habit 2016, a combination with vocalists Collie Buddz and Bobby Hustle, which United Reggae now premieres to a worldwide audience. The original version of Habit was featured on the Set Sail album. This new version is a complete reworking both musically and lyrically.”

Head over to United Reggae to check out the full premiere!

The Movement’s new album GOLDEN will be released April 8th on Rootfire Cooperative.

In the Studio: Scott Woodruff’s Stick Figure

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“On this album, I mainly played my Fender Stratocaster and Taylor Acoustic. I have an Orange amp and a Fender Twin Reverb. Sometimes I plug straight in to get a super-clean sound, but on these songs I usually miked up one of my amps with a Shure SM57.”

Find out more about the recording of Stick Figure‘s new album Set In Stone in this Electronic Musician feature.

New Kingston celebrates Jamaica by way of New York

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“The real roots of reggae, that’s our legacy, and that’s what we want to leave as our heritage,” Panton told The Daily Times this week. “It’s the foundation of what Bob Marley started, but there are a lot of stems to reggae — dancehall, island reggae — and right now, we’re really pushing where we came from. We’re from Brooklyn, and if you stay here and you’re on the streets, you’ll understand this is a heavily dominated Caribbean city. – The Daily Times

Read the full article here.