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Reggae Sumfest's Sweet Sixteen
By Barbara Blake Hannah on 30 Jul 2008
Reggae Sumfest 2008 review.
Turbo Charged by Nitty Gritty
By Angus Taylor on 28 Jul 2008
Nitty Gritty gets down to it on a reissue of this 1986 digital classic.
Interview : Tena Stelin
By Dj Stryda on 26 Jul 2008
"Without the rasta there would be no reggae music as I know it"
Challenges by Tarrus Riley
By Angus Taylor on 17 Jul 2008
VP releases Tarrus' debut to fill the void while we wait for a third outing
Is the Economy Braking New York's Reggae Summer?
By Fran Chin on 12 Jul 2008
Clouds gather over the New York reggae summer scene
Life Begins For Yaz Alexander
By Norman Darwen on 11 Jul 2008
After many years in the business, this Birmingham based singer finally releases her debut album.
Joe Gibbs Scorchers From The Mighty Two
By Angus Taylor on 07 Jul 2008
Yet another Joe Gibbs reissue from 17 North Parade, but with tunes this good, who's complaining?
Self Medication by The Slackers
By Angus Taylor on 06 Jul 2008
US ska veterans' 15th album showcases their human side
Every Mouth Must Be Fed: 1973 to 1976
By John Fenwick on 05 Jul 2008
Pressure Sounds compilation of classic reggae vocals and versions from the magnificent Micron label
Rebellion The Recaller, Movin On
By Angus Taylor on 02 Jul 2008
Gambian vocalist meets German production team and Bobby Digital for an offbeat but accomplished...
Channel One Story Chapter Two
By Angus Taylor on 30 Jun 2008
A strong compilation of Channel One releases from 17 North Parade.
Interview : Aba Shanti I
By Dj Stryda on 30 Jun 2008
"In the 70’s and 80’s it was predominantly black people that would go to these sort...
The Harder They Come Musical
By Angus Taylor on 27 Jun 2008
A new venue for this critically acclaimed show, based on the godfather of all reggae films
Servant Of Jah Army by Queen Omega
By Angus Taylor on 24 Jun 2008
The Queen tones down her approach for her rootsiest and most satisfying album yet
Sign Time by Kingman and Jonah
By Tom Orr on 23 Jun 2008
Returning roots master gets boost from indie rocker.

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