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Having already proven themselves as the go-to reggae band for weekend barbeques, The Black Seeds dive into heavy dub production on their third album. Into the Dojo is pumped up with a bevy of rump-shaking traditional reggae beats, like the swinging party-starter "Sometimes Enough", the trip-hop-inspired "Cool Me Dub" and the spacey slow-burn "Heavy Mono E". These heavy-lidded tunes sway with fuzzed-out, old-school reggae arrangements and a bass-heavy throb that will make every diehard rude boy hit the dance floor.

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Love for Dub

The boys from NZ have done it again, they just keep getting better and better. This is a great offering the have served up and has been everything a fan would expect after the brilliance of their previous album On The Sun. Cracking straight into the funky beats with Sometimes Enough this album draws you in and can be listened to from start to finish, chilled laid back tunes flow through this album and makes it great for partying with mates or just chilling out on a quiet Sunday. One by One is a must listen to, as are Good People (Get Together) and Cool Me Dub. These boys are inspirational and are even better in concert, I've seen them everytime they've played in Melbourne since moving here in 05 and I'm looking forward to seeing them again shortly. Keep it up boys, Kia Kaha.

Dub Ya!

NZ has long remained the bastion of good reggae,dub and soul, this album is a must for fans of these genres.If you don't buy it ,it will go the way of many languages -lost forever -keep the music happening and live.

Biography

Formed: 1997 in Wellington, New Zealand

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s

Inspired by funk and soul, but even more so by reggae, the Black Seeds took shape in Wellington, New Zealand, in 1997. Their first album, Keep on Pushing, wasn't issued until 2001, but by then, they had already established themselves as a strong live act, and their first release solidified a fan base that spread through France, Belgium, Australia, and Switzerland. The follow-up, 2004's On the Sun, went double platinum in the band's native country. Into the Dojo,...
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