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Sugar Shack Records Ventures Into British Reggae

Sugar Shack Records Ventures Into British Reggae

Sugar Shack Records Ventures Into British Reggae

By Erik Magni on Sunday, February 19, 2012 - Comment

The label will release a 12" EP by AMJ Dub Collective.


AMJ Dub CollectiveUK label Sugar Shack Records – a sister imprint of Bristol Archive Records and Reggae Archive Records – was established in 1985 and have since then released critically acclaimed rock albums and singles.

After more than 25 years in the business the label is now being rebranded to focus on releasing new British reggae music.

The initial release is 'Sound History Volume One' – a four track limited edition 12” EP by AMJ Dub Collective, a band whose members have deep roots in Bristol’s musical heritage, and some have previously been members in Zion Band, Restriction and the Bristol-based sound system Enterprise.

'Sound History Volume One' comes with a picture sleeve and hits the streets on digital download and vinyl on April 23rd.

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