- Breakin’ Convention 018 meets Jazz Re: freshed
- ‘BEING BLACKER’: A radical encounter between BAFTA Winning film-maker MOLLY DINEEN and Brixton’s BLACKER DREAD
- Mali’s Trio Da Kali live in Stoke Newington Old Church
- TWO NIGHTS: CHICAGOXLONDON – International Anthem Meets London’s Nu-skool @ Total Refreshment Centre ….
- #SNC98 – Back On The Block but SOLD OUT! All gone!
Tag Archives: Bass Culture
A FEW THOUGHTS ON: LEGENDARY UK SOUND MAN LLOYDIE COXSONE TALKS REGGAE MUSIC & DAVID RODIGAN First of all I’m not getting into a debate about this interview with Lloydie and his views on Rodigan… so I’m just going to … Continue reading
Let’s Go (Yorkshire) is proud to present Sound System Culture: Bristol, a new photographic exhibition celebrating the history of reggae sound systems in Bristol from the 1950s to now. Expect to visit The Bamboo Club, The Dugout, St Paul’s Festival…. … Continue reading
Last week I had the pleasure of joining the panel for British Underground’s ‘Bass Culture Clash’ event at the BME in the o2. As our Word Sound & Power: Reggae Changed My Life exhibition is currently in residence at the … Continue reading
I’m on the panel for this Bass Culture event…. this coming Thursday at the BME in the 02…the 11th… if you fancy checking our Word Sound & Power: Reggae Changed My Life exhibition… this is most definitely a good opportunity… … Continue reading
This 33 track feast of radical, wayward and modern Brasilian music comes courtesy of Dave McLoughlin, who is something of a don on the Brasil music scene. Dave operates out of Brasil Music Exchange and works with my good friend … Continue reading
Following the debut of Word Sound & Power – Reggae Changed My Life (Stage 1) at the Bass Culture/Roundhouse forum, The people have spoken and we have released the premiere edition of our UK Sound System Map. Drawing on an … Continue reading
Saturday night at the Roundhouse in Camden Town . It’s busy. In the main room, post-emo college rock band, Brand New, was pulling a heavy crowd. Meanwhile, in the small theatre, a more modest gathering was gradually assembling to get … Continue reading