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Peter Broggs “No Ism Pon The Riddim”/”Jah Jah Voice” (Extended)

The man behind what is perhaps the greatest roots reggae album ever recorded has passed. Rastafari Liveth was the first LP issued on Doctor Dread’s RAS Records and it is one of the first reggae albums I ever listened to. … Continue Reading

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Raver Reviews: Errol “Flabba” Holt: ‘Rastafari Time’ Album Review

This is my very first 5-star review of an album… Ohm Records has just re-issued Errol Flabba Holt‘s extraordinary 1975 solo debut album, Rastafari Time. The album, originally issued on the Sky High label in 1975, features the multi-talented 25-year old… Continue Reading

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Raver Reviews: Dub Syndicate’s ‘Hard Food’ a hard and heavy salute to Jamaica

Dub Syndicate’s new album Hard Food (Echo Beach) is a tribute to the talent and vision of late founder and drummer Lincoln Valentine “Style” Scott, who was brutally murdered in his Manchester, JA home on October 9, 2014.  However, it is… Continue Reading

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Dub Syndicate feat. Bunny Wailer “Bless My Soul” from the ‘Hard Food’ LP (2014)

While we continue to mourn the loss of Lincoln “Style” Scott, as well as the many other reggae legends we lost in 2014, we can take some comfort in the fact that Style left behind one hell of a farewell… Continue Reading

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The Tao of Eek-A-Mouse: Rare Vinyl Cuts (An Exclusive Jah Raver Mix)

There is no doubt that Ripton Joseph Hylton AKA Eek-A-Mouse is one of the most uniquely talented artrists to ever emerge from Jamaica.  He is one of those few reggae artists whose music is so widely appealing that even the… Continue Reading

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Tonight’s Riffin: A Tribute to Style Scott

Don’t miss tonight’s RIFFIN’ with Dermot Hussey which will feature Lincoln “Style” “Rotterdam” Scott. A great Jamaican drummer. A selection of the “hits” his band Roots Radics backed. Also the music he made as the leader of DUB SYNDICATE. Interviews… Continue Reading