Lots of new music from and for the family this week. New tunes from Tifa, Natalie Storm, Dynamq, Prodigal Entertainment's Star Trek Riddim, Serani & Bugle dubs, Columbian Drop riddim (Columbian), Outbreak riddim (Di Genius), and plenty more. Click on the PODCAST button to the right or subscribe directly through iTunes.
It's about damn time! The Federation Invasion Podcast is finally available directly through iTunes. Still great tunes, still free, just click HERE to launch iTunes and subscribe to the best podcast ever in the history of the universe. Please feel free to give it a 5 star rating and help us climb the iTunes charts.
What's next, Daggering Barbie?
Just found this crazy megamix YouTube promo video that Don Francesco made for the Aidonia - Bolt Action mix. I think he actually mixed a piece of every song from the CD into this 10 minute YouTube clip. Check the bumping speakers...
This week it's pretty much all about Stephen "Di Genius" McGregor's "Outbreak" riddim. Also new music from Keep Left records, Chino, and a bunch of other people... But mostly a nasty outbreak of the "Outbreak" riddim. Click on the yellow PODCAST button.
Rice & Peas reutrns to NYC Monday, October 5th.
Some new dubs, some new riddims, some new remixes, that's what we're all about here at Federation HQ. Free download as always, but you could go ahead and make it easy on everyone and just subscribe in which case the Federation Invasion would be delivered directly to your iTunes and eventually I can stop making these blog posts every week. Click on the yellow PODCAST button and enjoy the tunes. If you're just tuning in, check out the archives where you can download every single episode of the outernationally reknowned Federation Invasion Podcast.
I Don't know who this girl is, but she kept getting in front of me in all of the pictures at my boy's wedding. Stop stealing my shine!
Check out this classic flyer for Ninja Man at Brooklyn's legendary Biltmore Ballroom, courtesy of our good friends at Gold Shop Reggae. Check their blog for more original dancehall flyers, super rare 7" vinyl re-pressings and the essential record store R.I.P. paying homage to New York City's late great vinyl shops.
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