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The Pop Group: For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder? – album review

you have just invested thirty-seven minutes of your life into something completely marvellous.

Jeb Loy Nichols: Long Time Traveller – album review

add yet another dimension to this very talented artist.

Reggae Round-Up: Singers & Players | Congo Natty | Dennis Bovell

The long nights are here and the sun is slowly disappearing but it doesn’t stop the steady stream of great reggae releases.

Ash Walker: Augmented 7th – album review

Augmented 7th contains dub, reggae, jazz, trip-hop electronica, you name it it’s probably here.

The Breadwinners: By The Sweat Of Your Brow – album review

Yet another stunning album from Al Breadwinner who richly deserves wider acclaim.

Capital Letters: Wolverhampton In Dub – album review

Reggae masters Capital Letters release a dub version of their last album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews.

The Missing Brazilians: Warzone – album review

it was way ahead of its time (it may still be)

Trevor Jackson Presents: Science Fiction Dancehall Classics – album review

Trevor Jackson Presents: Science Fiction Dancehall Classics (On U-Sound) LP / CD / DL 2 October 2015 9 / 10 DJ and audio visual artist curates a new...

Reggae Round-Up: Richie Campbell | Zion Dirty Sounds | The Rhythmites

Rhythmites - Affectionately presented in an authentic style they provide a pleasing end to a timeless album.

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