shows // Argonaut Sounds
Argonaut Sounds is Subcity's longest running show, spinning top-rankin' dancehall and ragga outta Jamaica, mixed in with a dose of heavy roots and dub, and a sprinkling of ska, soca and rocksteady. Every week we showcase the best brand new dancehall and roots riddims, 'longside a selection of classic tracks.
Contact us directly at [email protected] or on our facebook page.
First show for several weeks, and it's gonna be a stormer - overload of the hottest new reggae music around, including the Jah Warriah, Islababad, Red Eye, and absolutely huge A Living riddims, as well as many, many more, plus fresh tracks from Cocoa Tea, Stephen Marley, Addis Pablo, and the red-hot Chronixx...
Posted at 17:13, 2nd April 2014
forward inna di dance
Plenty fresh reggae music on the show tonight, including the Swing Heavy, Devine, and Caribbean Storm riddims, as well as a fine selection of classics and oldies. We'll also pay tribute to the daddy of digital dancehall, Wayne Smith, who passed away this week.
Posted at 18:16, 19th February 2014
Nuff heavy new reggae music on the show tonight, including the Cultivator, New Boxing, and Return To Rockfort Rock riddims, and fresh tracks from Tarrus Riley and Abajonai... Two hours of the latest reggae vibes.
Posted at 17:18, 5th February 2014
the right thing
Back on air for our first proper show of 2014 - Caroline and Wayne at the controls, with nuff new riddims (Heathen Redemption, Pinhead), fresh tracks from Pressure Busspipe and Damian Marley, and plenty oldies and classics. Plus there may just be one or two surprises...
Posted at 18:41, 22nd January 2014
2013 in reggae music
Essential listening - back on air for our first show of 2014, and for this one Wayne will be taking a look back at the best new reggae music from last year, ram-jam full of the scorchers that set the dancehall alight in 2013.
Expect tracks from the likes of Protoje, Chronixx, Droop Lion, Anthony B, Jah9, and many, many more... it's gonna be fast and furious, ruff n' tuff.
Posted at 12:49, 8th January 2014