Doctor L - Sweet Life feat. Allonymous (Grant Phabao Remix)

Coming from Dublin, Liam Farrell a.k.a. Doctor L came along various musical courants: hip-hop, rock, afro, folk… Well-known producer (Assassin, Rodolphe Burger, Tony Allen…). He's always in quest of a sound revolution. His latest albums from 2012, 'The Great Depression' and 'We Got Lost', saw him...

Grant Phabao & Carlton Livingston - Cramp & Paralyze (Digital Single, Paris DJs)

Carlton Livingston's wicked dubplate style is coveted by sound systems all over the world. His relentless flow of releases on Paris DJs - album and singles, all produced by multi-instrumentalist Grant Phabao - covers a lot of ground across the roots reggae spectrum, from reality tunes to lovers...

Grant Phabao & The Jays - Stepping Up In Time (Digital Album, Paris DJs)

After three full-lengths with respectively The Lone Ranger, Carlton Livingston and The Silvertones, The Jays' album 'Stepping Up In Time' is a new landmark in authentic Jamaican releases from the 21st century by the French producer Grant Phabao, who says : 'This is The Jays' first album conceived...

Pepe Deluxé - Go Supersonic (Grant Phabao Remix) (Digital Single, Paris DJs)

Pepe Deluxé is an inter-continental collective orchestra from Finland directed by James Spectrum (baron of Sealand) and Paul Malmström (explorer of worlds both know and unknown). They released their 4th album last year, 'Queen Of The Wave', a new, in-your-face, kind of eccentric thing, from bizarre...

Grant Phabao & AFRODYETE - Itchin' For Your Love (Digital Single, Paris DJs)

While singing & touring with The Breakestra, AFRODYETE stopped twice a Paris DJs' studios to record some new productions with multi-talented French producer Grant Phabao. This is her first single with Paris DJs, 'Itchin' For Your Love', a storming and entrancing soulful ska burner, super hot,...

Grant Phabao & Carlton Livingston - I'll Do The Best I Can (Digital Single, Paris DJs)

'I'll Do The Best I Can' is a Rhythm & Blues song released in 1962 by Rubien Fort on the Check-Mate label, and famously covered in 1965 by soul/gospel singer James Phelps who performed with Lou Rawls and Sam Cooke. This song is pure sixties soul classic, covered here with style & fashion by...

Grant Phabao presents Horace Andy - Talk 'bout Peace (Free Single, Paris DJs)

On the first notes you'll recognize instantly Horace Andy's falsetto vocals. The Jamaican singer has been gracing all of Massive Attack's albums so far, granting him a worldwide and long-term recognition. The reggae fans will maybe more fondly remember his early & roots reggae hits from the...

Jungle Fire - Tokuta (Grant Phabao Remix feat. Soul Sugar) (Digital Single, Paris DJs)

Jungle Fire and Grant Phabao's musical universes collide with style & fashion on this brand new Paris DJs single featuring the magical keys of Guillaume Méténier aka Soul Sugar. The resulting combination is a unique 'Afrobeat meets Ska' concept, a blend of styles from L.A. to Paris creating a...

Grant Phabao & The Jays - African Man EP (Digital Single, Paris DJs)

One month away from the release of The Jays full-length album, 'Stepping up In Time', Paris DJs are letting off some steam with a new digital single, 'African Man', a massive reggae anthem - black, proud, and fighting for the future - along with two astonishing remixes from in-house producer Grant...

Grant Phabao & The Silvertones - Keep On Rolling (Digital Album, Paris DJs)

'Keep On Rolling', released early 2013 on the Paris DJs label, is only The Silvertones' third album, and a celebration of a nearly 50 years-long career, with re-recordings of classic Silvertones hits such as 'Smile', 'Old Man River', or Sufferer's Child. There's also a Delroy Wilson cover, 'Better...

Paris DJs Soundsystem presents The Silvertones 1965-1979

Paris DJs is celebrating the imminent release of The Silvertones' new album 'Keep On Rolling', with a 27mn mix of their hits and past recordings, from the Ska years in the 60s (with Duke Reid at Treasure Isle), to the Roots Reggae tunes from the 70s (with Lee Perry at Black Art, or Coxsone Dodd at...

Grant Phabao & The Jays - Stepping Up In Time EP (Digital Single, Paris DJs)

Being in the business for almost 40 years, The Jays are now back, as fresh as ever, ready to hit the charts with their new single, Stepping Up In Time, available in two versions, a roots one drop reggae tearing up the dancehalls, or a funk/rock rework for the less dready - both produced &...

Grant Phabao presents Carlton Livingston - Jackie Statement

After an astonishing Jazz rework of his reggae tune 'Could Be Bitter', Carlton Livingson gets the heavy funk/blues rocking treatment from The Silverstrokes, a new band led by producer Grant Phabao with French keyboards maestro Guillaume Méténier (Soul Sugar), and featuring essential French...

Grant Phabao & Echo Minott - Too Much Blood A Run

Echo Minott is a veteran singer, among the first ones who introduced Raggamuffin into Jamaica and the rest of the world, a pioneer on the Dancehall scene with his incomparable voice. His first break came in 1980 when he recorded the album 'Youthman Vibration' for legendary producer Prince Jammy at...

Grant Phabao & The Lone Ranger - Music Weh Dem Wan (Blend Mishkin Remix)

A Paris DJs 'Reggae Outernational' recipee: Take The Lone Ranger, the most entertaining DeeJay who ever lived - from Kingston, Jamaica. Put him in Paris DJs studios with Grant Phabao, the French producer bringing back the original Lee Perry and King Tubby sounds with a modern twist. Get them to...

The Echocentrics feat. Grant Phabao ‎- The Echocentrics Remixes - out on Ubiquity Records

Hard-hitting and prolific producer Grant Phabao flips up Don Alejo and Dudar with a serious roots reggae treatment on this new single by The Echocentrics. Also included is an all-new original track featuring Tita Lima with two additional remixes by Max Tannone and McPullish available as an...

Paris DJs Soundsystem - Dis Is Good For You - Tropical Grooves and Afrofunk International (Digital compilation, Paris DJs)

"Dis Is Good For You - Tropical Grooves and Afrofunk International" is the first compilation coming out on the newly-launched Paris DJs label, gathering old cats and newcomers from the worldwide Afro/Tropical scene. Dwelving into the minds and hard drives of their international network of...

Grant Phabao & Pompidoo - Come Ya Fi Talk

Pompidoo (not to be confused with similarly named deejay Prince Pompidou who recorded in the early 70's) is the original rock stone voiced Jamaican reggae and dancehall deejay who worked King Jammy's sound system and was able to make his voice sound like a synthesizer. He was most popular in...

The Decoders - Walk On By - out now (digital self-release)

Los Angeles-based The Decoders release a Walk On By cover as Burt Bacharach's great lyricist Hal David passed the first day of September this year. Of course it's a coincidence but now the single turns to be a great unintentional tribute to the co-author of so many Bacharach's hits. Walk On By was...

The Decoders - Vol.1 - out now (digital self-release)

The Decoders is a new band from Los Angeles featuring young producer and multi-instrumentalist Itai Shapira, ubiquitous trumpeter Todd Simon, Quincy McCrary on keys and The Lions' drummer Blake Collie. From December last year to June this year they've been releasing reggae-soul and lovers rock...

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