Entries by Andi

A bright Future by Dub Inc for Wha’ Gwaan Munchy?!?

In 2011 I conducted my very first video interview for Reggaeville ever with Komlan and Zigo of Dub Inc at Summerjam. Today, more than 11 years later and blessed with a little more grey hair, Aurélien “Komlan” Zohou joined me once more in front of the camera to partake in Wha’ Gwaan Munchy?!? to discuss […]

A Kalling from Kabaka Pyramid at Wha’ Gwaan Munchy?!?

Wha’ Gwaan Munchy?!? kalled and Kabaka Pyramid answered all the questions! The talent from Jamaica just dropped his second studio album The Kalling, once more produced by Damian Jr. Gong Marley, and great excitement about it is the least you should feel. By now the record has earned the artist a Grammy nomination already, so […]

The rebel in all of us! As a guest at the Rebelology podcast series

This time I was not asking the questions but answering them. That itself is a little unusual or rebellious, isn’t it?!? But it was just a great pleasure and certainly inspiring to indulge in a deep reasoning about feminism, the art of interviewing and of course rebellion with fellow host Leigha A. Hager. Her podcast […]

Summerjam ah gwaan!

After three years of break due to the pandemic the 35th staging of Germany’s largest Reggae festival Summerjam took place again on the first weekend of July in Cologne. The line-up was superb, fans enjoyed energetic performances by superstars such as Sean Paul, Shaggy, and Gentleman, and the summery sunshine weather topped up the amazing […]

Festivals are back – so is the Festiville magazine!

Finally the free digital Festiville magazine is back and filled with actual real life events showcasing Reggae music throughout the globe. Besides the comprehensive festival guide the 2022 issue, that was given away as a free print edition at Summerjam festival too, also includes many interesting in-depth interviews with artists such as Clinton Fearon, UB40 feat. […]

Tanya Stephens’ Some Kinda Madness

When I first heard songs from Tanya Stephens’ upcoming album Some Kinda Madness I was deeply touched and greatly excited. What Tanya calls her “personal favorite album” is a musically and lyrically rich and diverse body of work, produced by Tad Dawkins Jr. of Tad’s Records, and created with such amazing musicians as Dean Fraser, […]

United on the One Rock with Harrison Stafford

Life on earth, the One Rock as Groundation call it, is full of challenges these days. How this inspired and motivated the Californian Reggae band on their latest album, singer Harrison Stafford reveals in the latest episode of Wha’ Gwaan Munchy?!? Enjoy his intriguing depictions about the responsibility of Reggae, the relationship with the feature […]