Aug 22, 2014
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Posts tagged: Dub

Toppa Top 10: Ten Artists You Might Not Know Are Guyanese


Words by LargeUp Crew—
Leona Lewis

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LargeUp Exclusive: Stream Beres Hammond’s New Album ‘One Love, One Life’

Words by Jesse Serwer, Images by Martei Korley—

Beres Hammond One Love, One Life

Jamaica’s greatest living singer has a new album, and it is one of his strongest records in years.

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Impressions: Lee “Scratch” Perry in NYC


Photos by Richard Rose—

Lee Scratch Perry

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An Exorcism In Dub: Scientist, Roots Radics + Johnny Osbourne Purify BB Kings


Words by Sherman Escoffery, Photos by Richard Rose—

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LargeUp Interview: Talking Dub and Vampires with Scientist


Words by Kieran K. Meadows—

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Visual Culture: Selections From The ‘World-A-Reggae’ Poster Art Show

Words by Jesse Serwer—

Roots of Dub: King Tubby, Lee Scratch Perry, Augustus Pablo. Poster by Alon Braier

In January, we told you about the so-called First International Reggae Poster Contest organized by US-based, Jamaica-born poster artist Michael Thompson and Greece’s Maria Papaefstathiou The contest, celebrating Jamaica and reggae music’s rich tradition of poster art, received 1142 entries by 678 designers from 80 countries, the best of which are set to appear in World-A-Reggae: The 100 Best Entries from the First International Reggae Poster Contest, opening Sunday, Sept. 30 at the National Gallery of Jamaica. Have an undying passion for reggae-inspired posters but can’t make it to Kingston before the show wraps Nov. 20? See all 100 selected posters here.

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