Reggaefest: Review
Matty Woods, the 'Rasta boy from Wollongong' had the honour of opening the festival. His roots-reggae grooves infused with elements of indigenous Australia and his willingness to approach relevant contemporary issues set the tone for a day of culture and consciousness. [Read More...]
Walk Against Warming 2010
After the walk we enjoyed stalls in WA Lang Park, a BBQ and entertainment from local musician Matty Woods. It was great to see so many people hang around. The 'Postcards for Pollies' stall did really well in particular (thanks to Peter ...
Reggae with heart: Interview with Matty Woods – The Scavenger ...
Reggae with heart: Interview with Matty WoodsThe Scavenger

"When it comes to reggae with heart, Australian artist Matty Woods has it covered. His debut release The Ras Gong Guerrilla EP doesn’t shy away from tackling political and sometimes controversial issues, and – in addition to being an expression of his innate creativity and musical talents – represents an extension of his personal activism." [Read More...]
Next on stage was the Ras Gong Guerrillas who appear to have a strong local following with a small yet enthusiastic crowd dancing to the reggae riddims. The band had even the most uptight patrons tapping their feet. With a musical vibe that was relaxed yet upbeat (yes you read that right!) they gave the crowd the perfect warm up for what was to come. [Read More...]
Garden Party 08
Next up on unibar stage were fellow Wollongong outfit, Ras Gong Guerrillas. These reggae masters soon had the entire crowd dancing up a storm to their unique form of roots music that would not be out of place at Woodford or Byron. True musos who love their craft, the boys feature previous supports slots alongside bands such as Rastawookie and King Tide and have certainly stated their claim that Wollongong isn’t all punk and hardcore and are definitely a band to watch out for in the future. [Read More...]
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