Archive for the 'Bomboclat!' Category

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

After a 2-year hiatus, Bomboclat! Island Soak Vol. 7 is back. Heavy on the rocksteady, twenty-three deep cuts highlighting the abundance of crooning talent and metronome-like rhythms that populated the era. Contact high approved. Download: Bomboclat! Island Soak 7 :: Jamaican Vintage (A Mixtape) **playlist after the jump

Monday, June 19th, 2017

It’s heating up out there. The seventh installment of the Bomboclat! series is in the works — look for it in two weeks. Until then, let the following choice selections from volumes 1-6 simmer . . . Download: Bomboclat! Island Soak / Volumes 1-6 Retrospective (zipped folder)

Friday, August 7th, 2015

The return of Bomboclat!: Volume Six. A twenty-two track compilation of crate digging Jamaican vintage with just the right amount of soul and funk to move your feet and shake your seat. Download:

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Just in time to help you squeeze the last remnants of heat out of this Indian summer, the fifth installment of our ongoing Bomboclat! series is an atmospheric and predominantly dub heavy mixtape. Hat tip to Jon “Sir Lord Comic” for his help in compiling these tracks. Find volumes one through four, here. – Cognoscere […]

Monday, July 1st, 2013

Once again, just in time for your holiday fade out – Bomboclat! Island Soak 4 :: Jamaican Vintage. 21 selections. Predominantly rocksteady…tipping the scales with a heavy dose of instrumentals. Find volumes 1-3, here.

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

It’s summertime. Look for Volume 4 of our annual Bomboclat! series soon. Until then, settle down with the previous three installments — all of which have been re-upped and are once again available for download. ~ Bomboclat! Island Soak 3 :: A Vintage Rocksteady Mixtape ~ Bomboclat! Island Soak 2 :: A Vintage Rocksteady Mixtape […]

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

Just in time for your holiday fade out – Bomboclat! Island Soak 3. Like last summer, the mix is mainly reggae and rocksteady…most of it culled from the late 60’s, largely sourced directly from 45s via our pal John from his days spent in Kingston. This is the third volume in our vintage Jamaican music […]