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Coming to you from Sao Paulo, Brazil with love. Love for Reggae Music, from all kinds of styles and times. Thematic podcasts where the music says it all, skillfully mixed together into one Ire Experience.

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POTCAST: SENSEMILLIA POSSE
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WWW, January 2008 - Of course: it was only a matter of time before the PotCast would come with a Herbal Special.

Forty Minutes of Sonic Sensi without apology that you will not want to listen to when you're easily offended by another one's freedom.

There are people who think that Reggae Music and Ganja go together like birds of one feather. Whether they're right or wrong in their observation, doesn't matter. However, they would definitely see their ideas totally confirmed in this episode of the Potcast (no typo).

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POTCAST: TRIBUTE TO JAMMY'S
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WWW, January 2008 -  You might know him as the protégée of King Tubby who mixed some excellent DUB and call him "Prince". Or maybe as the first Dancehall producer  to come up with digital niceness, and call him "King".

When he started mixing music for King Tubby decades ago, he had a future before him that would definitely take him beyond the realms of DUB. In 2008, Jammy's has a special place in the history of Reggae Music.

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POTCAST: HARDCORE DUB
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WWW, January 2008 -  UK based Reggae Music has a history almost as long as Jamaican Reggae. A history that has, next to the obvious similarities, a number of significant differences. One of these differences is perfectly illustrated in the 5th episode of the Potcast.

You guessed it: one hour of stricktly heavyweight (electronic) DUB, UK Style. Electronic devices and militant basslines form two main ingredients of this DUB experience extra-ordinary, as we are being introduced to a style of Reggae that truly fund it's origin in the UK based studio's of JAH Shaka, Adrian Sherwood, Mad Professor and Dennis Bovell.

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DON'T CUT OFF THE DREADLOCKS
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WWW, January 2008 -  The fourth episode of the Potcast will definitely keep the barber away: check out a dreadful session of 70's conscious Reggae Music.

Some say, that Reggae music can best be enjoyed when smoking a good one on top of that. Well, that is up to everyone to decide. Fact is, that Reggae Music can make you feel Ire with or without Lamb's Bread.

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THE SOUND OF THE VOLCANO
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WWW, December 2007 - Jamaica, the 1980's. The music of the time was called Rub a Dub, Yellowman was King and Volcano was the Label to check for the hottest material.

Much is said about Henry "Junjo" Lawes. Some say he was illiterate but still managed to come up with contracts for the many artists that he signed for his label "Volcano".

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OLD RIDDIM, NEW ROOTS
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WWW, December 2007 - "Old Riddim, New Roots" gives us an insight into the way Reggae Riddims are taken from one generation into the next and things are added with each new style.

Even though fortunately new riddims come into existence almost every day, the old ones are revamped with each new generation of Reggae Music as well. 

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