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  • blog May 22, 2014

    Dis Is Reggae Soul… On Vinyl?

    In their two-year existence,  Paris DJs have put together a prolific track record of albums, compilations and singles ranging from a vintage Angolan/transcontinental bass mixtape by Batida to a compilation of ‘70s funk from the West Indies. While all of their … Read more »

  • blog October 8, 2013

    Another Jamaica: A Night At Albany Manor

    Far from the high profile clubs of Manhattan, you can find a venue called Albany Manor in the East Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn. It’s not the kind of place that attracts much attention from the mainstream music press. Despite its … Read more »

  • program September 26, 2013

    Jamaica In New York: The History of Reggae and Dancehall in the Big Apple

    New York City has long had a thriving and populous Jamaican community from Crown Heights, Brooklyn to the south Bronx. And as long as Jamaicans have come to the Big Apple they’ve brought their culture and music along with them. … Read more »

  • interview September 24, 2013

    Carlton Livingston on Reggae, Drugs and New York City

    Since launching his career in the 70s, reggae singer Carlton Livingston has worked with the likes of Sly and Robbie, Coxsone Dodd and Winston Riley and scored a number of hits including “100 Weights of Collie Weed.” But what many … Read more »

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