IRATION Releases New Single "Right Here Right Now" Featuring Rebelution's Eric Rachmany and Stick Figure
Reggae-influenced alternative rock band Iration has announced the details for their new studio album Coastin' and released new single "Right Here Right Now" featuring Eric Rachmany from Rebelution and Stick Figure. Set for release Friday, July 10th via the band's own Three Prong Records, Coastin' is the seventh full-length studio album from the Hawaiian-bred, California-based quintet.
Reggae-influenced alternative rock band Iration has announced their seventh full-length studio album Coastin' will be released early Summer 2020 (date to be announced soon) and has also revealed their annual summer touring plans. In support of the new album, the Hawaiian-bred, California-based band will bring their Coastin' Summer Tour along the east coast and west coast this July and August with Tribal Seeds and more special guests to be announced.
Reggae-influenced alternative rock band Iration has announced a run of headlining spring tour dates leading into the band's return appearance at BottleRock Napa Valley. Commencing April 30th in Austin, TX, the Heatseekers Spring Tour, featuring special guests HIRIE and The Ries Brothers, will stop in Houston, Dallas, Birmingham, Richmond, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Detroit and Chicago, among other cities, before wrapping May 17th in Omaha. Iration will then perform at BottleRock on Sunday, May 24th.
As they prepare to kick off the summer leg of their "Live From Paradise!" tour, reggae-influenced alternative rock band Iration has released their new single "Chill Out" via their own Three Prong Records. The melodic rock track about self-love and acceptance is a nice reminder for the summertime to "chill out" and relax amidst today's mounting pressure to fit in and appear a certain way.
Reggae-influenced alternative rock band Iration officially kicks off their "Live From Paradise!" tour tonight in Albuquerque, NM, bringing the aloha spirit and good vibes across the country this spring and summer. The 43-date outing, featuring special guests Pepper, Fortunate Youth and Katastro, marks the group's largest tour to date since their formation nearly 15 years ago.
Reggae-influenced alternative rock band Iration will be coming to fans all across the United States "Live From Paradise!" this spring and summer, bringing special guests Pepper, Fortunate Youth and Katastro along for the ride. By tapping some unparalleled aloha spirit, these acts are combining forces to spread nothing but good vibes, creating a truly serene and exclusive environment at each of their 43 tour stops.
Memorial Day weekend, Monterey Fairgrounds played host to the ninth annual, three-day reggae movement known as Cali Roots. In the three days, Grateful Web was at Cali Roots, there was one word we just kept hearing over and over again; “Homecoming.” From fans we met in the crowd to artists we spoke with behind the scenes, it seemed to be the magic word that everyone could relate to. But to say Cali Roots is a homecoming would be if anything, an understatement.
It’s that time again, folks. The one and only California Roots is coming around again, and this year’s festival promises to be the best one yet. Over just less than a decade, Cali Roots has evolved from a small get together into a family reunion of sorts for Reggae fans from near and far. For so many, Cali Roots is more than three days of Reggae music, it is a small peek into what life can be in a world with a little less animosity, and a little more love.
As the winter darkness quickly replaced the twilight on the Bella Vista Ranch and Polo Club in Summerland, local DJ’s Suzanne X, Matty Matt, Gavin Roy and Zeke took over the music at the Kick Ash After Bash. Much of the crowd, especially those with children departed from the day-long event. But they were quickly replaced by a whole new crowd of the after-show ticket holders. Concert-goers were greeted with a continued supply of complimentary food and beverages that kept everyone in a festive mood in the cold evening air.