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Album Review: Signal Fire impresses and inspires moving in a positive light in “Rhythm of Life”

“Signal Fire’s latest album “Rhythm of Life” is an inspiring 10-track body of work with amazing songwriting, instrumentation, and good vibes. The North Carolina-based reggae rock band gives us strength in difficult times and sends messages of positivity.”

– CB

February 11, 2021


First Listen: Signal Fire with The Ellameno Beat – “False Reality”

“Simply put, “False Reality” is a killer track all around. Its propulsive riddim serves as the perfect vehicle to carry its message of exasperation and outrage, a sentiment shared by many of us at Rootfire and within the reggae community.”

– Dave Shiffman

June 27, 2019


First Listen: Signal Fire – "Too Late feat. Jackson Wetherbee of The Elovaters"

“In anticipation of Wake Up, the forthcoming third studio album from North Carolina roots rockers, Signal Fire, Rootfire premieres one such collaboration featuring vocals from Jackson Wetherbee of The Elovaters. And what a beautiful pairing it is! Wetherbee’s award-worthy voice would improve any song, but his higher pitch and easy delivery mesh particularly well with Signal Fire bandleader and vocalist Sean Gregory’s Jack Johnson-ish, understated tone and lower register…”

– Dave Shiffman

October 30, 2017

Port City Daily

Wilmington band Signal Fire has sophomore album ‘Lift Up’ debut atop of iTunes charts

“One local band is making waves in the reggae world after the release of its sophomore album, “Lift Up.” Wilmington’s own Signal Fire debuted at the number one spot of iTunes on reggae charts, and broke into Billboard’s Reggae Top 10. …”

– Michael Praats

October 8, 2017


First Listen: Signal Fire – "Lift Up"

“… Wilmington, North Carolina’s Signal Fire has taken a giant step forward with the release of a brilliant album, Lift Up. True to its title, this LP offers 13 well-crafted songs to soothe souls with serenity, encouragement, and hope.  Marked by top-notch production from Llamar “Riff Raff” Brown (whose credits include Stephen and Damian Marley, Raging Fyah, Richie Spice, T.O.K and 2016 Grammy Award winners Morgan Heritage) Lift Up boosts great songwriting, beautiful singing, and tight instrumentation. …”

– Dave Shiffman

July 6, 2017

New York Music Daily

Deep Roots and New Reggae at SOB’s Last Night

“Signal Fire opened a roots reggae twinbill at SOB’s last night that was as much a delicious throwback to the golden age of roots reggae as it was a look at where slinky one-drop sounds might go in the future. …”

– New York Music Daily