Issue 110

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GUESTLIST RECOMMENDS: PROTOJE & CHRONIXX University of Dub are back with a pre-carnival warm up running all night from 10pm to 6am in central London in the epic, Scala! Meet, Stand High Patrol the dub soundsystem founded in 2001 in Brittany, France. Originally composed of three members: Rootystep, Mac Gyver and Pupajim, the group began their journey in several bars of Rennes and Brittany in France. They decided to create a sound system with the aim of sharing their common passion for roots reggae. The collective is influenced by the sound systems of Jamaica but also incorporate hip-hop, new wave, techno and trip hop. 2009 the group has put together its own label: Stand High Records. Over the years their sound has developed, bringing together all their influences, creating what they call "dubadub", a blend of dub, dubstep and digital reggae and having made a name for themselves in France, their beginning to make waves in the UK. Their sound is recognised as a key player in the European dub and bass scenes. When STAND HIGH PATROL run a session, it's always rough and dynamic! The dubs made by Pupajim are never played twice the same way and, the "three dubadub musketeers" always give you something new. s always with a university of Dub sssion, the line up is a big one and they've gone all out in the spirit of carnival with the thunderous sound of the Maasai Warrior Sound System with their full crew from Bristol, the Word Sound & Power Sound System and the legendary, Aba-Shanti-I playing roots reggae and special dub plates and bringing the University fo Dub vibe of togetherness. Rasta vibes and uplifting music all night! EVENT PREVIEW: UNIVERSITY OF DUB PRESENTS DON'T KILL THE LION! ARTIST OF THE MONTH: BUSY SIGNAL A Busier Month For Busy Signal Busy signal has been one of the first artist to burst in the contemporary dancehall scene in the early millenium. Nicknamed "busy" because he is constantly on the move trying to succeed with his passion for dancehall. His tracks are none to be fresh, catchy with eclectic sounds driving you to come up with insane dancehall moves. He was well known hit "Step out" in 2005 but has been re-uploaded last year to celebrate itys launch. 52 ISSUE 110 / 2018 REGGAE PLAYLIST King Without a Crown Matisyahu Redemption Song Bob Marley & The Wailers Red Red Wine UB40 Three Little Birds Bob Marley & The Wailers Here's the reggae on our playlist this month:

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