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Resident DJ at the Imperial Gardens in London, Notting Hill Carnival and University Of Dub. Aba is a massive reggae and dub legend.
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Coxsone are widely regarded as the UK's most influential soundsystem. They were also considered the biggest movers in that world up until the 90s, having only recently got back together. They also played a big part in spearheading the lover's rock movement and helped instigate the shift towards digital dancehall.
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Writer, producer and remixer Mad Professor (AKA Neil Fraser) started off his career as a service engineer for studio equipment. These days, however, you will find him mixing for the likes of Sade and The Orb.
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Saxon Sound System
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King Tubby's Sound System
From 1970 to the present, promoting reggae, dancehall, R'N'B and soul featuring selectors Scrappa and Bucky.
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Selectors Live&Direk and General H. Playing the best in Reggae, Dub, Roots & Dancehall Ambassadors and flingers of dubplates from Trinity Music London, home to Congo Natty aka Rebel MC. Manifesting music through dope on plastic, vinyl wherever possible. Story tellers. Follow the sound, and see the journey of the Lionpulse Sound System, as it is cut, nut and bolted together. WORD SOUND POWER ONE LOVE
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Reggae singer and in recent times famous for his 'Reggae Reggae Sauce' on BBC2's Dragon's Den.
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Little Roy cut his first single at the legendary Studio One in 1965 and grew up in Kingston surrounded by many of Jamaican music's biggest hitters – Prince Buster, Lee Perry, Bunny Wailer & Peter Tosh. Later a growing interest in the emerging rasta religion saw him release some early roots classics such as 'Prophesy', 'Christopher Columbus', and 'Tribal War'.
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MC Brother Culture
Brother Culture is an MC based in Brixton, London. He started his career around 1982 for Jah Revelation Muzik sound system. As part of the Twelve Tribes of Israel Rasta brotherhood, Brother Culture toured in the USA, Jamaica, Caribbean and Canada throughout the 80s.
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A big star in France under the pseudonym 'King Cool', whose cover of 'Stand By Me' sold an impressive 90,000 copies.
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Inca Dubs, Love Injection, Supatone, Mafia & Fluxy Sound, Vinyl Star, I Spy, One Love, JB Crew, Chosen Few, Barry Isaacs
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