"Fabric" by The Black Seeds on iTunes

12 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dubby, funky, and fun reggae-rock jams for sunny days.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dubby, funky, and fun reggae-rock jams for sunny days.

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5

10 Ratings

Looking forward

Butchoward,

When the first single Better Days came out I thought not bad but I wasn't excited as it sounded like the same old thing from the seeds. But now the second song to come out Freakin with its funk vibe gives me hope that the NZ boys are still exploring their sound possibilities and moving forward and I can't wait to hear where they're gonna take us.

I Couldn't Find Any Reggae

@nt@gon1$T,

This is loosely classified to say the least. This is to Reggae music what Coldplay is to Reggae music.

About The Black Seeds

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, released in the middle of 2006, debuted at number one; in addition to touring throughout Europe, the band also played some dates in the U.S. ~ Andy Kellman

  • ORIGIN
    Wellington, New Zealand
  • FORMED
    1997

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