“So Slow.” San Diego Reaggae-Rock High Tide release final cut to music video.

San Diego, California. Popular for it’s pristine weather, beautiful scenery, and perfect surf breaks, this town became the stomping grounds for a group of local musicians who got together to share their souls, and to collaborate on their influence of Dub, Rock, Ska & Reggae. On and off the stage the band not only remains committed to the music, but continues to be a cohesive family of brothers. Now known as one of Southern California’s most electrifying bands, High Tide has been expanding on its original style & eclectic sound since 2003.

Rooted in a reggae beat they often push traditional riddims to their very edge and keep the club rocking nonstop. With a throwback style from house party beginnings, vocalist Ed B leads a topnotch group of dedicated musicians and the result is a harmonious rhythmic vibration that cannot be denied. Often featuring the dancehall stylings of guest vocalist, Baby Mouse, the band is known for being versatile and unique. They have toured throughout the entire Southwestern US, establishing their mark in several locales including Arizona, the Bay Area, and Orange County.¹

“So Slow” is a chill summer jam set to the backdrop of sunny Southern California. High Tide will be performing at various shows this summer including this Saturday, July 2nd, opening for Pato Banton at the Belly Up in Solana Beach, CA.

For more information on High Tide, including streaming media, biographies, and tour dates, take advantage of these links: High Times on twitter, facebook, and myspace.

¹ excerpt from facebook

Kyle C. Stilley | Marketing Strategist | @stillz | Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC | kyle@musicwithoutlabels.com

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