A Little Somethin’ To Ride To
Five youths from Oceanside, California started a reggae band called Fluid Foundation. Their sound is warm and easy, a sunny mix of reggae, dub, and pop with a loose-hanging surf sensibility. Their self-titled debut album was tracked at the famed 17th Street Studios with esteemed producer Lewis Richard—whose band “Jesus Wore Dickies” was a favorite of the early 2000s reggae-rock circuit. Members of bands like Long Beach Dub All Stars began working with him at the studio and Richard would go on to create tracks with the likes of Dirty Heads, Sublime, Slightly Stoopid, Iration, and Seedless. Dropping October 8th, the Fluid Foundation album features UK dancehall veteran Pato Banton, Trini herbalist Marlon “Ganja Farmer” Asher, and Micah Brown. Today Boomshots premieres the first track off the project, an easy skanking groove called “Cruizin” with a feature from Pato and Kevin Offitzer of Stick Figure on drums. Audio After The Jump…
“Down the coastline freeway, every day is a holiday” Run that…
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Cruizin’ has a fantastic catchy vibe! Can listen to that happy song all day, all night!
Another boring SD wannabe reggae band. Sounds just like so many others. Nothing unique here.
SD Reggae thanks you for another amazing addition to the scene