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I'd travel there, push up the hill. Don't you know? Zion. Put that devil down.

The ukulele blues album was meant to highlit a unique playing style on the 4 string baritone ukulele. When I do it I am accessing an intersection of my influences, my father, my island, my people, and my sense of humor.

I kind of imagined traveling back in time in a giant robot and freeing slaves. Yeah.


eyes like glass.
wings of steel,
put the devil down
don't you know I would.


from Ukulele Blues, released October 13, 2016



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olmecha supreme Wellington

Lead by Captain Imon Starr, Olmecha Supreme is outstandingly versatile. This is music. Rooted in traditional rhythms of Reggae, Jazz, Blues, Dub and "world music", traveling to the frontiers of slamming soundscapes, and riding the vehicle of hip hop hard lyric and improvisation, Olmecha has coined the phrase Afro futuristic roots music to give the uninitiated an idea as to what to expect. LISTEN! ... more

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