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Sticky Joe 

Sticky Joe began to DJ and produce Roots Reggae after he moved

from Southend to Birmingham in 2007. Joe was lucky enough

to have Reggae musician Ed Rome as his school music teacher in

Essex. So it wasn’t long before he became influenced by the

vibrant Jamaican culture in Birmingham. His school years, the new

surroundings and a love of vinyl combined to start his career

in Roots Reggae. Once Joe finished his Sound Engineering degree

he set out to release as much Roots music as possible.

In 2013 Joe hooked up with MC legend Cheshire Cat (Leftfield)

and they began to work on the album “Make It Run” after releasing

two EP’s together.


Sticky Joe released his debut album “Make It Run” in April 2015.

This album is the culmination of two and a half years of recording,

mixing and experimenting. “Make It Run” is available on iTunes,

Amazon and Spotify now. Sticky Joe is currently touring and

working on new records and remixes.


Ever forward, never backward,

never side to side.


Longfingah is one of Germanys premier reggae MCs. Over the past years he chanted his energetic style through the speakers of many club and festival stages across Europe and beyond. Recently he toured Mexico and India with the Berlin based reggae-electronic band Illbilly Hitec. In the meantime Longfingah also produced a huge list of CD and vinyl releases, for example collaborations with Mungos Hifi, Dubmatix and Zion Train´s Neil Perch to name a few. Now he is working on his 4th album release together with Hardy Digital (GuerillJah Productions).


Longfingahs started in 1996 as a MC of a Hip Hop Crew called Only Lyrikz. In 1998 he became a singer of the ska-punk band Ska-T and evolved his raggamuffin style, influenced by Deejay Veterans like Charlie Chaplin or Papa San. Till 2007 Ska-T played over 300 shows all over Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Austria and Switzerland and recorded two EPs and two albums. Since 2003 Longfingah also joined the reggae- jazz-band Wood In Di Fire at their monthly shows at Berlins Schokoladen club. Since that days Longfingah got involved more and more into the reggae and dancehall scene. So he also started to do more Soundsystem Shows. In 2006 he recorded his first solo-album “Rebel Style” featuring the Rude Riddim Band.

In 2009 his second album “Lo-Fi Youthz / Fly Over The Yard”, a collaboration with Firetower Productions was released by Moanin. In the meantime Longfingah was working with a couple of Bands and Soundsystems such as Dub Engineers, Illbilly Hitec and Basskateers. Right now Longfingah is working on his 4th album release.

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