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Ghost Canyon

Title - 'Beleaf'
Artist - Indubious

Rising up out out of the fertile soil of Southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley, the group of Intergalatic Reggae Revolutionaries known as Indubious come to spread high vibes through their earth-shattering sound.

On their brand new album, Beleaf (in stores and online worldwide August 16th, 2019), this genre-bending reggae power trio comes pumping a positive message, and wielding impressive instrumental skill on their follow-up to 2017's From Zero album.

1. 'Here We Come'
2. 'Fabric Of Creation'
3. 'Be The Best You Can'
4. 'Years'
5. 'Strong End'
6. 'One By One' (featuring The Elovators)
7. 'Here We Go'
8. 'Arrow' (featuring Michael Leslie)
9. 'Frequent See'
10. 'Shuffle The Deck'
11. 'Good Ol' Days' (featuring Satsang)
12. 'Hocus Focus'
13. 'Blessings Run'
14. 'Here We Are'

Kicking things off with the mesmerizing slow groove hipsway of 'Here We Come' and then backing that up seamlessly with both the reggae bounce of 'Fabric Of Creation' and the upbeat, sharp rap streams found within 'Be The Best You Can,' you instantly know you've spent your money wisely.

The freeflowing beauty of 'Years' is up next with the tempo brought right down for the gently breezy ballad 'Strong End.' The storytelling within 'One By One' (featuring The Elovators) makes this one of the stand out cuts here for my money, and is followed by the quickly related heartfelt concerns of 'Here We Go.'

Featuring a beautifully woven storyline rich with visionary lyrical content, deep Dub and Roots Reggae textures, all of which are blended seamlessly with Dancehall, Rootstronica, and heart-centered songwriting, next up is another gem in the form of 'Arrow' (featuring Michael Leslie), and then the beautiful lo-fi pairing of 'Frequent See' and 'Shuffle The Deck.'

'Good Ol' Days' (featuring Satsang) is yet another cultured cut on this deeply moving, always informative album and is backed up by the slow funk grooves of 'Hocus Focus.'

The album then rounds out with more of the same on 'Blessings Run' with the book-end to the opening track, 'Here We Are' bringing a perfect end to a most incredible and pulsating new album.

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