Space Kamp and Trouble City Allstars Unite for Reggae-Hip-Hop Fusion in 'Fly Away'

Article Contributed by gratefulweb | Published on Saturday, February 10, 2024

The psychedelic, reggae, and hip-hop duo Space Kamp returns with their latest single and video, "Fly Away," directed by Jack Nine Films and produced by Rebel Sounds Rising.

"Fly Away" is an upbeat, fun tune produced by Matt and Seth Juknevic of the Pennsylvania Reggae Rockers "Trouble City Allstars" (TCA). Having been a staple in the Pennsylvania Reggae Roots scene for over a decade, TCA occasionally serves as a backing band for the duo. Matt has become an increasingly involved member of the group as a guitarist and regular collaborator.

"The Trouble City boys are not only wildly talented musicians but also some of our favorite people. Having them produce and record original music for us has been a true blessing," Space Kamp remarked.

The record was mixed and mastered by Stravs of Katastro, and the video was filmed on location at Space Kamp’s performance at Florida Cannafest. "Fly Away" serves as an ode to the Deadhead/Parking lot culture, with both Oskee and Adoo offering listeners a descriptive glimpse into a day on Shakedown Street. The video features Ryan Maur (Little Stranger / Cheezy and Crackers) on saxophone and includes a cameo appearance by renowned cannabis advocate, ex-smuggler, and Indy race car driver Randy Lanier (featured in Netflix's "Need for Weed").

As they hit the road again, audiences can catch Space Kamp live as they return to the stage for several festivals and club dates along the East Coast, starting on February 16th at Musikfest Cafe in Bethlehem, PA.