Shok Wave is your weekly new music review of reggae, dancehall, soca, calypso, ska, dub, latin & Spanish reggae, reggae rock and any other Caribbean music.
NEW REGGAE RELEASES
Danjah - 'Sweet Reggae Music'
'Sweet Reggae Music' comes in all shapes and forms. Here's a perfect example of one coming from Sweden's Danjah.
Vitch - 'Money Love'
What is the only thing we need Vitch's Love not 'Money Love.'
Conquering Rulers - 'Conquering Rulers'
Conquering Rulers formed in the Washington, DC area and are mainly Henry Sar, Jr, & Vince Leon-Guerrero. Sar also fronts his own band. Their new album is a self-entitled EP. All the songs are at least decent. The first song 'What Would You Do' if Jah gave you all the power & 'C'mon Over' are both interesting twists on the respective topics. They 'Burn It Down' with their roots rock reggae and go bit poppy on 'Are You Ready?'
NEW SKA RELEASES
The Abruptors - 'Buffalo Ska'
The Abruptors from Buffalo New York have released a 3 song 7". The best song is their cover of an old Justin Hinds & the Dominoes track 'Save A Bread.' The other two are decent as well.