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Jamaica on the World Stage- Coachella

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  There is an interesting sea-change of thought that is currently occurring within the populace of the Jamaican youth. What was seen as the only way to get heard by the masses, the thumping bass and raspy adlibs of dancehall, is now slowly but surely been replaced by the melodic phrases and soothing sounds of roots reggae.

Cassette Jones Throwback

Mixtape Culture Part One

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The mixtape is often overlooked as a critical part of the Jamaican music industry. How else would the people hear what is new and hot outside of attending street sessions, live stage shows or night clubs? How else would you relive the memories of a particular dub from the night before?


Getting to know… Jo Mersa Marley

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Intimate conversation with Jo Mersa Marley about his life, music and love for Jamaica the land of his birth. Get ready to learn about next generation of Marley

Royalty Free Side B (Front Cover)


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What a year 1981 was. Jamaica was struggling to heal its wounds from the previous years bloodiest and most volatile elections the island had ever experienced. The wounds were painfully reopened when it lost one of its most beloved sons – Robert Nesta Marley on May 11, 1981, aged just 36.

Red bull


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“The clash of ideas is the sound of freedom” (Bird Johnson) After a brief hiatus, Red Bull Culture Clash returned to the stage in the now familiar 4-4-1 format: 4 stages, 4 sounds, 1 winner in London’s state of the art O2 Arena. The event which has been dubbed by the Guardian newspaper as: “the most exciting music on the planet”

King of the Dancehall

The Teacher’s Back: Even across the “Horizon”

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The Teacher’s Back: Even across the “Horizon”, the impact of Adijah Palmer is as powerful as it has ever been and is truly unstoppable with todays album release: King of the Dancehall. 


Randy Valentine releases “Too Late”

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Since the release of his second EP: ‘Still Pushing’ in May 2015, Randy ‘RV’  Valentine has since released a mix-tape: ‘Radio Music’,  as well as a string of digital singles – even a remix of Justin Beiber’s “Sorry”.

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Bowers & Wilkins 800 D3 Speakers Set a New Standard for Audio Performance

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B&W has a long history of making fantastic high-end speakers. The 800 D3 are truly amazing in both looks and sound. They are, without a doubt, toppa toppa!