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Interview: Susan Cadogan
By Angus Taylor on 19 Dec 2011
"I did an album for Lee Perry and got a million-seller. Who could ask for more?"
Interview: Dax Lion
By Marc Marino on 16 Dec 2011
"I like to classify my genre as Music. I like to call it Seasoned Music"
Interview: Ken Boothe
By Erik Magni on 15 Dec 2011
"Color is not the answer – the answer is you and me"
Interview: Derajah
By Angus Taylor on 07 Dec 2011
"I didn't know where in the music I wanted to be, I just knew I wanted to be a part of it"
Interview: I-Taweh
By Angus Taylor on 03 Dec 2011
"Ras starts from birth. If you light a fire and put it under the bed it's going to burn the house...
Interview: Bob Harding from King Spinna Records
By Erik Magni on 30 Nov 2011
"We don't want to be exactly like Blood and Fire. It's about music we think is worth putting out...
Interview: I-Wayne (2011)
By Erik Magni on 26 Nov 2011
"It's about sharing life and sharing knowledge"
Interview: CeCile
By Erik Magni on 21 Nov 2011
"I've experienced the hostility towards Jamaicans and I want to change the perception of me"
Interview: David Katz on Jimmy Cliff
By Angus Taylor on 19 Nov 2011
"He is one of the heavyweights of roots music"
Interview: Midnite
By Erik Magni on 16 Nov 2011
"It's always about word and sound. These things come together in music"
Interview: Frenchie
By Angus Taylor on 08 Nov 2011
"Unfortunately we're just in a receding business"
Interview: Leroy Sibbles
By Erik Magni on 29 Oct 2011
"Jackie Mittoo was at Studio One before me and he was my inspiration" 
Interview: Junior Murvin
By Angus Taylor on 20 Oct 2011
"I will always sing until my eyes are closed"
Interview: Franz Job
By Erik Magni on 16 Oct 2011
"We are carnival people. The music we play and listen to must be happy and danceable"
Interview: Queen Ifrica
By Erik Magni on 15 Oct 2011
"There are 1,000's of rasta women in Jamaica. They're the invisible visible"

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