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thanks for music, guys! Have you heard anything like this (sunny and cheerful), but with saxophone and not so much dub/ska? 



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Spring's in here and this one works really well B)

First listen - I was probably subconsciously waiting for the right weather.



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The closer I start moving to summer the stronger my psychedelic hunger increases...happens every year! At the moment I am heavy into my downtempo psy/goa and by peak summer I will be in full-on peaktime Psy mode!



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After a couple of cloudy and rainy days - when Floating Spirals III fitted really well  - we're back to the summer. This sounds made for the season:



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Enjoying this mix from Snow Drop on the New Moon grooves show:

Listen to new moon grooves June 2016 - mixed live by SnϕwDrδp - Summer's Blessings by SnϕwDrδp #np on #SoundCloud
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The obligatory Wailers. Exodus atm. I don't listen to any other reggae artists for some reason though :ph34r: Friends have played some other artists for me like Tosh, Perry and Black Uhuru. Nice enough stuff and I always enjoy it when it's played, but I don't feel inclined to dig deeper into this sound. I find reggae more relaxed/relaxing than psydub, but I reckon the depth of sound found in psydub is found in some of the lyrics in reggae.



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reggae




Check out this band called 10 Ft. Ganja Plant, specifically their Hillside Airstrip and Midnight Landing albums. I also only ever really preferred Bob Marley & The Wailers but this band has a similar roots reggae vibe that really stuck with me.
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Dakini compilations are pure summer afternoon-evening gold.



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Latest Sync24 is  great for overcast days.

Or any day. ;)






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