Part One Tribe have been kickin out their funky reggae rock anthems for many years. Currently they are based out of Cape Cod Massachusetts. They play a nice smooth blend of reggae grooves, rock, funk, hip-hop, blues, mixed with some dub. Check em out if you have the opportunity. They have no plans of slowing down Being that the band members are all self taught musicians their music is growing constantly. The ball is always moving, and many things are in the works. From a new CD, to some really cool merchandise, Part One Tribe is sure to have some cool ass shit for you all. Thanks to everyone who has given us support and helping to spread the word. You can hear their new track "NEW WORLD" which will be on the next Compilation CD! The new Part One Tribe CD is still in the works. Date TBA!
Started back in the mid/late 1990's. First as a small punk band called Dumb, then evolving into its reggae rock style as Part One. But after some much needed band re-arrangment, Part One formed into what it is today, a tribe, hence Part One Tribe. Now tapping deeper into their love for reggae music, hip hop and blues, Part One Tribe is at the top of their game, sparking interest to fans all over the country and across seas to Europe and Austrailia. Part One Tribe is currently in the studio recording their best music in years, and expects the tentatively titled new album "The General Consensus" to hit the streets in the beginning of the Summer of 2004. Looks for special guest apprearences by reggae great, General Smiley from one of the original Studio One duo's Michigan & Smiley. Also a guest appearence by Dan Vetali of Bim Skala Bim, and mid-west rapper Knowledgeborn07. Check out for all your latest news and music!
All over the east coast, and soon the west coast! Planing on a country-wide Tour during the Summer of 2004.
everything from blues, to roots reggae, to hard core rap and folk. bands like sublime, the chili pepers, bob marley (of corse), Steel Pulse, Slightly Stoopid, Bim Skala Bim, Black Uhuru, and Lee "Scratch" Perry are just a few of the many many many influences.