Wednesday, December 28, 2016

GO FEET! Radio #429 :: Farewell 2016 / Raggamuffin Ticket Giveaway

GO FEET! Radio #429
Wednesday 28 December 2016
10pm-11pm NZ time, FreeFM89.0

Thank you 2016, you've been just awesome! Hey everybody make sure you enter the draw on our Facebook page to win a FREE Raggamuffin X ticket. See you in 2017!!

The Suffers - Slow It Down
Jimmy Riley - Everyone Needs Money
Jimmy Riley - Everyone Needs Money (Version)
Gentleman & Ky-Mani Marley feat. Marcia Griffiths - Simmer Down (Control Your Temper)
Muhammad Ali - Dennis Alcapone
Prince Buster - Everybody Ska
Lord Tanamo - I'm In The Mood For Ska
Nora Dean - Barbwire
Max Romeo - What If
The Ska Flames - Yanigawa Blues
The Brooklyn Attractors - The State Of Things
Acetones - Goliath 
Teddy Garcia feat. The Tennors - Stormy Day (without a rainbow)
Sharon Jones And The Dap-Kings - People Don't Get What They Deserve
Black Market feat. David Bowie - Life On Mars Dub

Thursday, December 22, 2016

#428 :: Survive with Leo Dub

GO FEET! Radio #428
Wednesday 21 December 2016
10pm-11pm NZ time, FreeFM89.0

Leo Dub calls this episode 'Survive'. It's been a rough year for many people and on many levels so we dedicate this episode to all the Survivors. We also pause to remember those who we have lost throughout the year. 

We have also given away our first Raggamuffin X ticket via a Facebook competition. We have more tickets to give away so be sure you are subscribed to this blog and to our Facebook page and twitter account to stay in the loop. 

Who's looking forward to Raggamuffin X?

Julian Marley - Violence in the Street 
Etana - How Long 
Black Seeds - Send a Message 
Family Man - Rebel Am I 
Gladiators - Look is Deceiving 
Wailing Souls - War 
Earl Zero & Soul Syndicate - Please Officer 
Israel Vibration - Survive 
Hopetown Lewis - Sounds & Pressure 
Apple Gabriel - Babylon By Bus 
Burning Spears - Slavery Days 
Delroy Wilson - Sun Is Shining

Thursday, December 15, 2016

#427 :: Raggamuffin Rewind With DJ Skin & Bone

GO FEET! Radio #427
Wednesday 14 December 2016
10pm-11pm NZ time, FreeFM89.0

DJ Skin & Bone takes us back over the last 9 years of Raggamuffin Music Festival to bring us some of the best songs from truly great bands. Next year Raggamuffin celebrates its 10th anniversary, and GO FEET! Radio has tickets for you to win! Be sure you're tuned in on Wednesday nights from 10pm on FreeFM89.0 or via the live stream. More details on our Facebook page, look for the pinned post at the top of the feed there.

UB40 - Bananaman Cub
House of Shem - Dreams
Inner Circle - We A Rockers
Unity Pacific - Herb Tell the truth
Steel Pulse - Roller Skates
Sons of Zion - Without you
Jimmy Cliff - Bang
J Boog - Replay (feat. Million Stylez)
Gappy Ranks - Put the stereo on
1814 - Relax
Toots and the Maytals - Louie Louie
Three Houses Down - She's My Woman (feat. Spawnbreezie)
Derrick Morgan - Conquering Ruler

GO FEET! Radio Has Raggamuffin X Tickets. Do you want them?

GO FEET! Radio has Raggamuffin X  tickets (18 Feb, 2017) for lucky listeners of our show and subscribers of our Facebook page. Head over to our Facebook page, find the pinned post at the top of the feed and check out details for how to win.

Two New International Artists Announced
10th Anniversary Event
Pure Reggae Line-up

Bob Marley’s son Julian Marley and Jamaican reggae fusion artist Diana King have joined the pure reggae line-up for Raggamuffin X – the tenth anniversary of New Zealand’s premier reggae festival.

Julian Marley will feature with The Wailers and Family Man performing a 100 per cent Bob Marley set at Raggamuffin X on Saturday 18 February 2017 at The Trusts Arena in Auckland.

Julian and Diana join a staggering line-up of reggae artists for Raggamuffin X. Headlined by crowd pleasers Six60 and reggae icon Shaggy, the tenth anniversary of the festival also features Ky-Mani Marley with Gentleman, 2016 Grammy Award winners Morgan Heritage, and powerhouse Jamaican singer Etana.

Born in 1975, Julian Marley recorded his first song at the Marley home in Kingston, Jamaica at the age of five and released his debut album ‘Uprising’ when he was just 14. He’s worked with reggae veterans including Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett. He collaborated with brothers Stephen and Ziggy and the Ghetto Youths International production team recording at the Marley Music Studio in Kingston where his father created some of his most important and well-known work.

Diana King first performed at Raggamuffin in February this year and was a firm favourite with the crowd performing well-known hits including Shy Guy and Say A Little Prayer. Her debut album ‘Tougher Than Love’ and her follow-up album ‘Think Like A Girl’ were both number 1 Billboard reggae albums in the United States.

Raggamuffin is the largest reggae festival in the Southern Hemisphere. In recent years the festival has included urban and hip hop acts, but for the tenth anniversary it has returned to its reggae roots and sought out top artists to celebrate the milestone.

Alongside Six60, New Zealand bands highlighted at Raggamuffin X include The Black Seeds and Kiwi reggae legends Herbs. Salmonella Dub, House of Shem, Foundation, Common Unity and Lomez Brown with Jamaica’s Conkarah, and Hawaii’s Kiwini and Jah Maoli completing the line-up.

Last year the Raggamuffin Village was expanded to offer more variety and for 2017, a second stage will be in the village offering additional music options.

VIP and VVIP tickets are also available for Raggamuffin X. VIP tickets give concert goers dedicated entry, access to the VIP Chill Deck with dedicated bar and toilet facilities and a seat in the covered grandstand. VVIP tickets provide all the VIP advantages as well as an exclusive VVIP area, $50 pre-loaded AWOP card (valid at all bars and outlets), merchandise shirt and cap, an onstage experience with the Raggamuffin promoter and a side of stage experience during the Festival.

Tickets for Raggamuffin X are on sale now and all details are available at
Raggamuffin X is strictly R18.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

#426 :: Ross Hutchison Talks Up Auckland Ska Festival 2016

GO FEET! Radio #426
Wednesday 7 December 2016
10pm-11pm NZ time, FreeFM89.0

Ross Hutchison, co-founder of Auckland Ska Festival, chats with Nate Ness Monster about the 2016 Auckland Ska Festival happening Saturday 10th December at King's Arms Tavern. We have a free door pass to giveaway so listen to the podcast for details on how to win it.

Desmond Dekker - Pickney Girl
Roger Rivas - Ace High
Pama International - Austerity Skank
Don Drummond - Occupation
Dimestore Skanks - Game Over
The Specials - Nite Club
Katchafire - Punky Reggae Party
Battle-Ska Galactica - BattleSka Skank
Battle-Ska Galactica - Are Ya Winning?
Dimestore Skanks - Monday Mourning
Dimestore Skan;2ks - S.K.A.N.K.
Acetones - Don't Be Shy
Acetones - Sweet Ting
Te Henga Collective - Skadiddy
Managers - Gangska
Mungo's Hi-Fi - Belly Ska Riddim
Mungo's Hi-Fi feat. YT - Boomsound
Rude Rich and the High Notes - Change The Mood