For their eighth studio album, Slightly Stoopid fuse reggae, folk, funk, punk and metal into one giant melting pot. Catch them on tour with Dirty Heads starting July 8.
One of the finest purveyors of roots reggae and its fertile dancehall/dub/ska offshoots, England's the Skints continue to grow exponentially with their third album, "FM."
David Lowery has crafted a unique double album - one side devoted to the legacy of the Bay Area, the other a tribute to California's country capitol.
Dub-reggae outfit 10 Ft. Ganja Plant return with the third and final installment in their "10 Deadly Shots" series. Our reviewer says it's perfect for mellow pot parties, headphone grazing or just background music.
Led by San Franciscan vocalist-guitarist Eric Rachmany, Rebelution continue to maintain their high level of creativity on "Count Me In." Spunky guitar licks, punchy horn snips and spicy riddims decorate this delightful disc.
Los Angeles-based psych-folk duo, Eric "Cashew" Harding and Patrick Cleary, paint evocative musical landscapes with their excellent four-song debut EP, "Husbands Vol. 1."
Serving up some of the finest retrograde stoner rock imaginable, Radio Moscow's latest album, "Magical Dirt," continues to build upon the vintage power trio exhilaration that respected '60s legends like Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience brought forth.