Dubtonic Kru kicks off summer with a righteous display of why they won “Best New Band in the World.”
Rusko's energy at the Pageant on Monday night was inescapable -- especially for him.
Infused with social and political messages, the sixth studio album from Thievery Corporation, Culture of Fear, expands the group's electronic horizons.
Roly blends dub, lounge and reggae together to create worldly sounds and effects that relax the mind.
The Drastics may hail from Chicago, but the band's sound, full of reggae hooks and expert dub, can evoke beaches, breezes and the hot vibe of an island dance hall.
St. Louis band Fyah Enagy plays reggae with a soulful, back-to-roots feel, with striking vocals, piano and keyboards over the rock steady beat.
Hailing from the musical mecca of Athens, Ga., DubConscious is all smooth grooves and vibrant beats. With an eclectic mix of dub and reggae, the band threw down in the KDHX studios.
With a recipe of two parts dub, one part reggae and funk to taste, St. Louis' Dub Kitchen celebrated its 10th anniversary together in the KDHX studios.