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Mista Savona: Mista Savona Presents Havana Meets Kingston – album review

Havana Meets Kingston is a vital shot of celebratory joy and a testament to the power of human collaboration.

Kioko: Let’s Be Frank – EP Review

Kioko are a multiracial reggae/ska/pop band from Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Vieux Farka Toure: Samba – album review

Often exceptional and hypnotic the solos alone are something to behold.

King Ayisoba: 1000 Can Die – album review

blending traditional with modern and even hints of the future.

Jeb Loy Nichols: Country Hustle – album review

Is it Soul? Is it Country? Is it Hip-hop? No, it’s Jeb Loy Nichols

Dreadzone: Dread Times – album review

Dub/reggae/trip house/electronica group Dreadzone release their eighth album.

Neville Staple: Return Of Judge Roughneck – album review

Jay Stansfield of All Hail Hyena reviews the new album by original Rude Boy Neville Staple

Baba Zula: XX – album review

this may be one of the best things you hear this year.

Maxi Jazz And The E-Type Boys: Simple.. Not Easy – album review

Jazz is a songwriter of quite unequivocal quality

Stella Grundy Band: Burnage Punky Reggae Festival, Manchester – live review

The Stella Grundy Band Punky Reggae Festival Burnage Cricket Club, Manchester 27th August Stella Grundy brings her Magickal album to life with the help of a full backing...

Albums we missed: Part 3 – Gioumourtzina | Monkoora | Afro Cluster

Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates trawls through the albums that are too good to be forgotten and urges you to listen to some more fine music

Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985–1990 – album review

an incredible insight into the man now in his fifth decade of music production and mixing.

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