Oct 31, 2014
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Posts tagged: Colin Channer

LargeUp Interview: Marlon James on “A Brief History of Seven Killings”


Words by Sherman Escoffery/Photos by Martei Korley

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LargeUp Interview: Akashic Books’ Johnny Temple on Bringing Caribbean Stories To The World


Words by Jesse Serwer—
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LargeUp Interview: Kwame Dawes + Justine Henzell on Jamaica’s Calabash Festival


Words by Jesse Serwer—

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EVENT: Kingston Noir x Miss Lily’s Variety x The LargeUp Sessions, Thurs. 7/12

Words by LargeUp Crew—

This Thursday night, Kingston Noir editor (or perhaps we should say “producer”) and noted Jamaican author Colin Channer will stop by Miss Lily’s Variety in NYC for a book reading and reasoning session, from 7 to 9pm EST. We’ll be broadcasting the event live on a special extended version of our RadioLily show, The LargeUp Sessions (which starts at the usual time of 6pm EST), with DJ Gravy and Sherman Escoffery. This event is, of course, open to the public, so if you’re in NYC Thursday night, make sure to stop through Miss Lily’s Variety and say hi. In the meantime, get the vibes going early with Colin’s Toppa Top 10 “noir” reggae selections (which we’ll be running in full Thursday night), read Sherman’s interview with the man here, and keep your digital radio locked to RadioLily.

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Reggae Noir: Colin Channer Selects 10 Dark Reggae Classics


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LargeUp Yuh Self: Introducing “The LargeUp Sessions” Thursday Nights on Radio Lily

Words by LargeUp Crew—

If you haven’t heard, LargeUp now has a radio show, The LargeUp Sessions, on RadioLily.com, so if you aren’t already tuning in every Thursday night from 6 to 8 pm, you should be. Hosted by LargeUp founder DJ Gravy, each week The LargeUp Sessions brings you a mix of dancehall, reggae, soca, hip-hop and more with guests from the world of Caribbean music and culture, broadcast live from the front window at Miss Lily’s Variety, on West Houston Street, in downtown NYC.

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