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Stick Figure


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"Stick Figure - “Smoke Stack” Album Review"

When you think East Coast reggae you think of bands like SOJA and John Brown’s Body. When you think West Coast Reggae, you think of bands like Slightly Stoopid, Pepper and Rebelution. What if I told you about a man with no limitations, Scott Woodruff, the mastermind behind the music of “Stick Figure” who is taking Roots Reggae Dub to new heights, sending smoke signals and gathering fans from all over. Scott has just dropped his third LP entitled “Smoke Stack” which he started writing after the release of his sophomore album “Burnin’ Ocean” which was awarded “Top 10 Best Reggae Albums” in 2008 by Apple iTunes.

Stick Figure’s latest album “Smoke Stack” captures a pure ambiance of expression with hard drum and bass intertwined with diverse echoes of dub laced, with all sorts of interesting knickknacks that keep you locked into the sound. Topped with strong, conscience lyrics that hit hard and spread like wild fire into your heart, you have no other choice but to keep on listening. Having seen Stick Figure grow as an artist for over three years, this is undoubtedly his best work to date. We were lucky to hear smoking songs prior to the release of the album like “Hawaii Song”, “Livin’ It” & “Smoke Stack” but you never expect it to be followed up with so many more killer tunes like “On2Night”, “Break of Day” & “Thick & Thin”…just to scratch the surface! I recommend this album for not just all reggae lovers but anyone who is looking for a fresh, original album that possess groovy roots dub rock with a positive message.

by: Ryan McKeldin - Ryan McKeldin - Branch Out Music

"Stick Figure - Burnin' Ocean Album Review"

Stick Figure - Burnin' Ocean

Stick Figure has made a confident return with his follow-up album to the hugely popular independent release, The Sound of My Addiction. Maintaining a constant rhythmic flow from start to finish, Burnin’ Ocean slowly but effectively leaves subtle imprints in your consciousness.

None of the tracks are in a hurry and Stick Figure allows plenty of time for the hypnotic dub grooves to play out. Trouble Up There and We Get High are fine examples of this unique style Stick Figure has truly created as his own.

Jeff McDermont AKA Clear Conscience makes a brief but effective appearance on album opener White Fire, as the track gradually builds up steam. Further in, Stick Figure borrows the vocal melody on So Good from Tears for Fears Mad World, and the end result is a beautifully haunting dub track. The album finishes strongly with probably the catchiest song on the album, Songs of Yesterday. It’s an effective strategy, as it just makes you want to replay the whole thing over again.

To be honest, the first few listens of Burnin’ Ocean just got my attention enough to keep me interested and like a good album should, that interest turned into obsession. Stick Figure’s Burnin’ Ocean is a pleasant one to immerse and drown yourself in.

Reviewed by Pilipo -

"Burnin' Ocean- Awarded 'Best of 2008' on iTunes"


Stick Figure's latest album, Burnin' Ocean was awarded "Top 10 best Reggae Albums of 2008" by Apple iTunes. Each year iTunes picks their favorite 10 albums of each genre and compiles a list. Thanks for your support to all those who purchased it.
- Apple iTunes


Reprise Sessions - 2010 (unreleased)
Smoke Stack - 2009
Burnin' Ocean - 2008
The Sound of My Addiction - 2006



Stick Figure delivers a unique sound of reggae, dub and rock steady. Stick Figure's music is written, produced, and recorded by lead singer, Scott Woodruff. At an early age, Scott became fascinated with the art of music and began playing the drums. Eventually, his passion for music grew and he acquired the skills to sing, play the guitar, bass, keyboards and produce the music.

What was at one time a one-man operation, Stick Figure has now developed into a full four-piece band that conveys the same unique sound. Relocated to Southern California, Stick Figure added three new members for the live band, Brendan Dane (bass), Todd Smith (drums), and Kevin Bong (keys). Together, the band is breaking new grounds in the scene.

Stick Figure released their second full-length album “Burnin' Ocean” in February of 2008, which became a breakthrough album for the band. The album was praised for its catchy melodies, crafty musicianship and hypnotic dub grooves. Burnin' Ocean was also awarded iTunes Editor’s Choice for "Top 10 Best Reggae Albums of 2008."

In November 2009, Stick Figure released their third full length album, "Smoke Stack." Written, recorded and self-produced by Scott Woodruff, this album truly showcases the musical growth of Stick Figure. "Smoke Stack" posseses all the elements that we have fallen for in previous albums, but this time around Stick Figure has amplified the sound to give us 14 new smoking tracks to keep our mind in motion and the positive energy flowing. With new styles and an incredibly polished sound, this album is a must for all reggae fans.

Stick Figure is rapidly spreading their music up and down the coast while continuously expanding their fan support to listeners of not just reggae, but of all genres.