Three years ago I started to do my own mixtapes to promote some of my favorite tunes and riddims at the time. The first mixtape was a Summer Vibes, mixtape released in the early Swedish spring of 2010. As the title suggests it contained easy-going and peaceful sounds from the likes of Etana and Luciano. After Summer Vibes I did another 13 mixtapes with various directions.
Unfortunately time has not allowed me to do much on the mixtape front for almost two years. Writing about music for Reggaemani and United Reggae take the lot of my time these days.
When a new mixtape arrives I have no idea. I have plenty of music and ideas, but less time on my hands. So until then you might as well check out the sweet sounds of Reggaemani on either Soundcloud or Mixcloud.
From Waterhouse to the World
Dedicated to the works of Michael Rose.
Food For Your Soul
A varied selection of artists and riddims from 2010 and 2011.
Chillin’ in the Cold
On a cold winter weekend in 2010 I put together some warm Jamaican and European reggae sounds.
Riding the Reggae Train in 2010
Another varied selection of artists and riddims from 2010 and 2011.
A One-Drop Hip-Hop Mix
Hip-hop influenced reggae at its best.
Skanking in the 21st Century
A bunch of ska tunes done in a modern style and fashion.
Strictly Roots & Culture – An Irie Ites Special
Dedicated to the works of French production crew the Irie Ites.
A Celebration to All Reggae Queens
Two years ago on the International Women’s Day I decided to make a mix with only female artists ranging from the 60’s up until today.
Shakin’ it From the Foundation
Yet another varied selection of artists and riddims from 2010 and 2011.
Spring Mix With Modern Roots
17 tunes dating mainly from 2010.
Summer Vibes – A Sunshine Reggae Mix
My first mixtape, and it contains warm and relaxed sounds, made for a day on the beach.
A Pleasant Roots Mix
For about a year I played records at a bar in Stockholm called Pleasant. I did this mix to promote the first occasion.
A Curtis Lynch Special
Dedicated to the works of UK producer Curtis Lynch.
Revelation Time – Steppin’ it in a UK Style
Hard and mostly UK-produced steppers.