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56 Issue 84 / 2016 REGGAE TRACK OF THE MONTH: CHELSEA WOLFE - I LOVE YOU ALL THE TIME Lee Scratch Perry celebrates his 80th birthday with screenings of [Vision of Paradise] The Patmore native does what he does best with his new track: setting fire to the popular Phantom Of the Dancehall Riddim Aidonia became active in early 2004 and is head of the musical partnership J.O.P. He has released albums on both VP Records and Jag One Productions. Aidonia has also released one of dancehall's most critically acclaimed mixtapes titled, "Bolt Action" in collaboration with Federation Sound, Equiknox. "Ball of Fire" is definitely one to add to to your Reggae playlist. The film is the ultimate portratit of this musical icon, and will be in cinemas across the UK in February and March, as well being available on DVD and streaming services. For the past 15 years director Volker Schaner has followed Perry on a spiritual and geographical journey taking in Jamaica, Ethiopia, Switzerland and London. This classic-in-the-making tells a story of epic, magical proportions that's not a biography, more fairytale documentary and art piece for itself, which is funny, poetic and frequently mind blowing. In addition to the filmed footage of the man himself, plus an all-star cast of dub and reggae-related musicians, [Vision Of Paradise] is illustrated by unique animated scenes, created by Maria Sargarodschi. ONE TO WATCH LEE SCRATCH PERRY'S VISION OF PARADISE ALBUM OF THE MONTH: BLACK ROOTS - SON OF MAN Ty Segall has a welcome return to his lo-fi psychedelic sound The album of the month is entitled "Son of Man" by The Black Roots. This incredibly well-crafted Album is great for any reggae listeners, with very catchy beats, memorable hooks and lyrics that really speak to the soul. Everything that reggae should be, Son of Man has the essence of Reggae at its core, allowing the listeners to relax and tap their foot to the rhythm. This is a definite recommendation for those who love Reggae, funky yet chill beats and something that really allows you to free your mind. Reggae Legends Luciano Hello Conkarah & Rosie Delmah Standing Firm Sugar Minott Stronger Than Ever Mellow Mood Togetherness Colah Colah Herb Must Legalize Now Mystic Revealers Warning Gregory Isaacs Indigenous In Dub Rob Symeonn One Spruddy 360 Junior Tshaka Move In Runkus Love The Money Dexta Daps NEW RELEASES

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