- An Interview with Pachyman Jammerzine Exclusive 21:53
Interviewing an artist with a varied history and origins is a real treat. you get a unique backstory that helps you appreciate the music even more. That is the case with Pachyman. Pachyman’s music is a unique blend of Reggae and Electronic with histories of Rock and Punk thrown in for good measure.
Already an accomplished artist who has found his sound in many respects, Pachyman is fresh off of his album release party for ‘At 333 House’ (music below) last night in L.A. and is now set to bring his music to the world. And today we talk with Pachyman about his humble beginnings and how he makes the magic that is the music.
About ‘At 333 House’
In the spirit of the classic Jamaican recordings of the late 70s and early 80s, Pachyman brings us his sophomore record with ventures in dub and roots reggae. Inspired by Roots Radics band, this time Pachyman extends his exploration of the early Studio One sound, Sly & Robbie’s steppers style and a bit of soul jazz reggae. Mixed using the techniques of Scientist and King Tubby, Pachyman pays tribute to the sonic pallet of the dub masters themselves. Recorded in between the months of April and October 2019 at his own 333 House studio.