Issue 46 2012

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REGGAE / 50 DANCE HALL REGGAE REVIEW REGGAE ROAST JAMDOWN @ PLAN B Issue 46 / 2012 COME PARTY WITH THE HEATWAVE ���This is like a fever, and if you ever catch the Reggae Fever ��� there is no known antidote��� ��� David Rodigan. As a lover of reggae music, and a certified member of the David-Rodigan fan/ stalker-club, the Reggae Roast Jamdown that took place was an absolute treat. The Reggae Roast team are tearing up the scene not just in the UK, but internationally. They have performed at some of the biggest and bestest festivals and have hosted some legendary lineups, which have included the likes of the Channel One Soundsystem, Lee ���Scratch��� Perry. Full use was made of both rooms in Plan B ��� the Room 2 on the basement floor was occupied by Unit 137 Soundsystem, whilst the main floor-Room 1 had a line-up that consisted of Vibration Lab, Reggae Roast feat. Ramon Judah and Clappah, Ram Jam Rodigan, Shepdog, Alpha Steppa and Adam Prescott. From the minute that I stepped in the venue, absolutely everyone was dancing and totally feeling the vibe; the crowd was friendly and chilled out ��� this was a nonpretentious and welcoming event. Shepdog and Reggae Roast���s James were great - the perfect sequel and prequel to Rodigan, they made a perfect Ram Jam-sandwich. By the time of Rodigan���s set, the crowd were well amped-up to party with the music-Guru himself. My first Reggae Roast surely won���t be my last, and I���d 100% advise everyone to be part of the Reggae Roast experience! Somebody say PULLLL UPPPP!!!!! For more information about Reggae Roast visit If you like garage and dancehall you will love our brand new remix. It���s a bashment version of Mosca���s UK club banger Bax featuring X-rated vocals from Jamaican stars Busy Signal, Tommy Lee and Natalie Storm. It���s pretty naughty. Grab it from but keep it away from anyone easily offended. Our everlasting Hot Wuk tour continues in the new year. If you don���t know about our Hot Wuk parties, this is all you need to remember: hundreds of people who love bashment get together in clubs all over the country and have a WILD time. You will be involved in scenes that you���ll want to tell you grandchildren about but probably won���t be able to cos the stories will be too scandalous. NOTTINGHAM: Friday 11 January at Stealth LONDON: Friday 18 January at East Village BRISTOL: Friday 25 January at Exchange BRIGHTON: Friday 1 February at Concorde 2 LEEDS: Tuesday 5 February at Mint Club MANCHESTER: February at Mint Lounge (date TBC) Get involved! Tickets and info at To see the photos just jump on Facebook and search for ���The Heatwave���. THE HEATWAVE'S TOP 20 BASHMENT TUNES OF 2012 1. Stylo G - Call Mi A Yardie (The Heatwave Refix) 2. Popcaan - Party Shot 3. Mr Vegas - Bruk It Down 4. Popcaan - Only Man She Want 5. Cham & O - Wine 6. Konshens - Gal A Bubble 7. RDX - Jump 8. Popcaan - When Mi Party 9. Mavado - Settle Down 10. Konshens - Stop Sign DECEMBER RELEASES BARRINGTON LEVY Reggae Music: Reggae Anthology ANUHEA FEATURING TARRUS RILEY Only Man In The World DEEPER ROOTS Yabby You & Brethren TORCH OF FREEDOM Keith Hudson TOOTS & MAYTALS Live STRICTLY THE BEST Strictly The Best Vol. 46 THE HEATWAVE Pum Pum Bax ( Refix) JODIE CONNOR FEAT STYLO G Talk ROMPA���S REGGAE SHACK -DUB PISTOLS Twisted Dub Mix WAYNE WONDER My Way EVOLUTION OF DUB: CREATIONIST REBEL Volume 7 RICHIE STEPHENS & GENTLEMAN Live Your Live

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