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Bob Marley and The Wailers: Easy Skankin’ In Boston ’78 – album review

As part of the celebrations of what would have been Marley's 70th birthday, a fitting live tribute to the Tuff Gong. Joe Whyte reviews.

New Town Kings:– Pull Up & Rewind – EP review

An accomplished band tackling four styles of reggae with extreme confidence.

The Bug: Exit – EP review

The Bug: Exit (Ninja Tune)  LP/DL Available now Louder Than War’s Paul Margree sifts through the latest despatches from everyone’s favourite dub destroyer. There have been some great...

Bearded Theory: Catton Hall, Derbyshire – festival review

Bearded Theory festival started out as a “birthday party gone wrong.” Now in its 7th year, it has a new site for 2014. First timer Nyika Suttie went to see just why the festival won awards last year, and why it is so many people’s favourite.

Dub Spencer and Trance Hill: William S Burroughs In Dub – album review

four-piece live band, dub spencer and trance hill, from Switzerland blend the Beatnik poet and Post-Modernist author with electronic dub beats.

Naram: March Of The Gremlins – album review

The unique sound of electronic reggae is compelling

Yellowman and Dillinger: District, Liverpool – live review

Two pioneers of dancehall and true superstars of reggae – Yellowman and Dillinger – are currently touring together for the first time in the UK. We were in Liverpool.

Rotten Hill Gang: Kensal Green, London – live review

London's Rotten Hill Gang play the Paradise and Neal Wright goes to listen and interview.

Dubblestandart: In Dub – album review

it's an album for every dub fan to savour

Tackhead: For The Love Of Money – album review

Tackhead are back, and it’s like they’ve never been away.

Disrupt: Dub Matrix With Stereo Sound – album review

This album is one step away from genius.

Various Artists: Rise Up – The Riz Records Story – album review

Reggae Archive Records release a compilation of the best of UK roots and dub from the 90s Riz label.

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