13 Mar

Gregory Stephens – Late Owl

Gregory Stephens
Late Owl

On his ninth album, Late Owl by Gregory Stephens he is closest to creating a landmark on parallel with the most assured, unashamedly danceable album encompassing dub reggae melodies and post-punk vocals. It is the antidote to the consumer focus groups and hit-writers too scared to tamper with the formula. Late Owl is a refreshingly modern music with a sonic size and ambition that goes towards justifying Gregory Stephens as the premier artist of our age who has stumbled upon a personal disillusionment that says there are no laws governing what can be written. This has led to a brave and beautiful album of humanity, hurt and hope; an absolute masterpiece.



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12 Dec

Gregory Stephens – The Second Gospel of Greg

Gregory Stephens
The Second Gospel of Greg

On his eighth album, The Second Gospel of Greg, Gregory Stephens continues to explore American Folk Country with the 70’s Sounds of Roots Reggae, combining Gregory Stephens’s unique vocal style with deep reggae influenced grooves. The album delves into the stories of the Book of God and Judgment Day. It delivers a spiritually significant message.



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11 Dec

Gregory Stephens – Lucky Man

Gregory Stephens
Lucky Man

On his sixth album, Lucky Man by Gregory Stephens he is closest to creating a landmark on parallel with the most assured, unashamedly danceable album encompassing dub reggae melodies and post-punk vocals. It is the antidote to the consumer focus groups and hit-writers too scared to tamper with the formula. Lucky Man is a refreshingly modern music with a sonic size and ambition that goes towards justifying Gregory Stephens as the premier artist of our age who has stumbled upon a personal disillusionment that says there are no laws governing what can be written. This has led to a brave and beautiful album of humanity, hurt and hope; an absolute masterpiece.



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11 Dec

Gregory Stephens – Organ Dub

Gregory Stephens
Organ Dub

On his seventh album, Organ Dub, Gregory Stephens continues to push the boundaries by reflecting on his dub reggae roots to create one of the greatest reggae masterpieces of all time. With a musical mix between Amy Winehouse, Bruno Mars, Bob Marley and Lee Scratch Perry, Gregory Stephens once again wrecks it with another original experience. Beyond the mastering of his organ the styles are the rhythmic dub reggae influenced musics that have not been seen since 1972. Gregory Stephens continues to defy all attempts to pigeonhole himself as anything but amazingly diverse.
“This album is roots irie dub… It is like he has been hiding in a coffin since 1972 and just dug his way out to destroy the scene with the original musics” ~Dicky Brown
“…back to basics and beyond explosive. This is an invigorating look at a man and his balls out refusal to bow down to the Babylon and turn out another pop album even if his last was the unbeatable quintessential masterpiece that can never be compared to.” ~Johnny Hollywood



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16 Jan

Gregory Stephens – The Deepest Cut

Gregory Stephens
The Deepest Cut

The Deepest Cut by Gregory Stephens is the album closest to creating a landmark on parallel with the most assured, unashamedly danceable album encompassing dub reggae melodies and post-punk vocals. It is the antidote to the consumer focus groups and hit-writers too scared to tamper with the formula. The Deepest Cut is a refreshingly modern music with a sonic size and ambition that goes towards justifying Gregory Stephens as the premier artist of our age who has stumbled upon a personal disillusionment that says there are no laws governing what can be written. This has led to a brave and beautiful album of humanity, hurt and hope; an absolute masterpiece.



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13 Dec

Grim Undertow
Return to the Underwater of the Lost

Grim Undertow
Return to the Underwater of the Lost

With “Return to the Underwater of the Lost” Grim Undertow presents 10 tracks of deep aquatic ambience ranging from musique concrète sample beds to disembodied clean guitar melodies adding a retro element that hints of surf rock and esoterica. Bubbling synthesizers permeate these tides with varied sound design tactics forming experimental layers that sink into electronica and further still into strange drenched melodies and interlocking harmonic shifts.



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13 Sep

Music4 Potheads (Unreleased Classics)
Zion Blood – Green

At long long last, Zion Blood’s highly anticipated second album is finally available for release! Recorded and left collecting dust since 2005, Music4 Potheads has recently come across the master tapes and given Zion Blood it’s first release in 5 years. You can now finally buy this dub reggae gem, in its original form, with this official release. Hailed at their time as the undisputed dub champions of American reggae, Zion Blood’s second album is as relevant now as at its time of creation 5 years ago.

M4P, Unreleased Classics:
Zion Blood - Green

Music4 Potheads produces new roots reggae dub music. When listened to under headphones while high on pot, you will find yourself in a relaxed, almost meditative state of increased creativity, intuition, and irie meditation. Proceeds from sales help make marijuana free for the people. We are Proud Supporters of NORML and a portion of all proceeds go to the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.



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07 Aug

Gregory Stephens – Return the Roots

Gregory Stephens
Return the Roots

On his fourth album, Return the Roots, Gregory Stephens continues to push the boundaries by reflecting on his dub reggae roots to create one of the greatest reggae masterpieces of all time. With a musical mix between Amy Winehouse, Bruno Mars, Bob Marley and Lee Scratch Perry, Gregory Stephens once again wrecks it with another original experience. Beyond the unique vocal styles are the rhythmic dub reggae influenced musics that have not been seen since 1973. Gregory Stephens continues to defy all attempts to pigeonhole himself as anything but amazingly diverse.

“This album is roots irie dub… It is like he has been hiding in a coffin since 1973 and just dug his way out to destroy the scene with the original musics” ~Dicky Brown

“…back to basics and beyond explosive. This is an invigorating look at a man and his balls out refusal to bow down to the Babylon and turn out another pop album even if his last was the unbeatable quintessential masterpiece that can never be compared to.” ~Johnny Hollywood



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06 Jun

Gregory Stephens – Diggin In

On his third album, Diggin In, Gregory Stephens continues to push the boundaries of music by reflecting on his punk rock and dub reggae roots to create a pop masterpiece. Gregory Stephens’s one of a kind vocal style, peppered with just the right amount of auto-tune mixes with his electro-pop synth madness and drum machine pounding out highly erotic dance beats to create an amazing and original music experience.

With the diversity of Beck and Lenny Kravitz, Gregory Stephens quickly switches and flips styles and beats throughout the album; influence of the stylings of Bruno Mars, Prince, Justin Timberlake, Willie Nelson, The Clash and Lee Scratch Perry can be seen from beginning to end. Beyond the unique vocal styles are lyrics that bring to life the dance of love that man has with a woman and how a seemingly unquenchable thirst can turn to suffocation and despair. From the edgy opening track Dirty Things to the soul of Woman Don’t Leave Me Alone to country on Woman Leave Me Alone to rap on Watch You Dance and punk on I Just Want To Run Away, Gregory Stephens defies all attempts to pigeonhole himself as anything but amazingly diverse.

Gregory Stephens
Diggin In

“This album is the quintessential result of the greatest reggae artists of our time saying f*ck it and turning out a pop album…” ~Dicky Brown

“…It’s beyond explosive and looks at the heady concept of love being only a stones throw from torture and mans inability to avoid the downfall of being evaginated by the Venus Fly Tap.” ~Johnny Hollywood



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11 May

Premier Video – Woman Don’t Leave Me Alone

Gregory Stephens – Woman Don’t Leave Me Alone

Premier Video for Gregory Stephens’s ‘Woman Don’t Leave Me Alone’.
New album AVAILABLE SOON!!!!



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