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Daddy Freddy & Sleepy Time Ghost feat. Action Fire & Blackout JA – Bun Dem Out

Daddy Freddy is probably the biggest catalyst for my love of Dancehall so it’s great to see him still putting out such strong tracks and even evolving his style, opting for a more subdued flow that somehow manages not to … Continue reading

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Unit 137 – Vol. 1

When it comes to UK music collectives, I feel that not enough people shout about Unit 137. For me, they are at the very forefront of Reggae music and sound system culture here. Not only are they a fully fledged … Continue reading

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Rootstepas – Dreader Than Dread

I don’t know much about Rootstepas but from what I can tell, it’s a link up between UK based Ghanaian singer Docta Bruce and German producers BBTBEATS and AdmassD. Their free album has been floating round for a few months … Continue reading

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The Hempolics – High & Gritty

Great to hear something fresh from Hempolics, definitely an exciting presence on the UK Reggae scene right now. Featuring Dandelion on vocals, who will also be back fronting a new album from The Drop pretty soon. The track also comes … Continue reading

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onlyjoe – Officer

There was a time. just a few years ago that onlyjoe felt ubiquitous, I kept seeing them everywhere! UK reggae was in a great place, especially within the UK festival scene, and it felt like onlyjoe were at the forefront … Continue reading

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Talisman – Relijan

Great to see these Bristol Roots Reggae legends back on fine form. This track is the first single from their new album ‘Don’t Play with Fyah’ which they’re stating is their greatest yet, no small claim after 4 decades in … Continue reading

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Gentleman’s Dub Club – The Big Smoke Remixed

NYC based record label Easy Star Records is home to 3 of the UK’s finest Reggae bands: The Skints, Gentleman’s Dub Club and Backbeat Soundsystem and their latest release is a firing remix package for G.D.C.’s fine sophomore album, The … Continue reading

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