Sunday, August 4, 2013

CD Review: 10 Ft. Ganja Plant's 'Skycatcher'

10 Ft. Ganja Plant

New England's reggae and roots-inspired group, 10 Ft. Ganja Plant, is definitely aware of how to make killer grooves and Jamaican-infused vocal medleys. The instrumental opener, "In The Garden," is a funky, spacey, and meandering tune that gently entrances and ensnares the listener to listen to more. "The reggae tune, "It's True," is a classic song with funky and reggae beats in a contemporary format. The reggae sounds continue on "Collect The Trophy," "State Of Man," "Sounding Zone," and "Where Do You Want To Be." There is an element of bluesy grooves to some of the songs. The music is rather organic and free from electronic distractions. Anyone interested in contemporary reggae sounds will love Skycatcher. Negatives? Not here. ~ Matthew Forss

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