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October 18, 2008, at 10:29 am

Randy's 50th Anniversary Party @ Brixton Town Hall – win tickets!!

As mentioned recently VP/Randy’s are releasing a double CD/DVD to celebrate 50 years since the founding of Randy’s. There will be a launch party for this release and an anniversary party on Friday 24 October at Brixton Town Hall. This features the legendary Clive Chin on the decks alongside the Dub Vendor All Stars.

We have six tickets to give away so if you’d like a pair please email us. Thanks to everyone who … continue reading…

October 14, 2008, at 12:44 pm

Soundtape megssage board

Whilst the people on the foundation message board at dancehallreggae.com has been pretty amazing in providing downloadable vintage soundsystem recordings in recent times a new kid on the block www.soundtapes.do-goo.com looks like being the next big thing. Set up specifically to cater for soundtape sharing there is a seperate sub-board for each sound system, this might sound a bit cumbersome but it actually makes alot of sense. After only a week or so there is … continue reading…

September 29, 2008, at 9:28 am

Saxon Studio meet Coxsone Outernational

The dance at Brixton Town Hall was rammed and pretty much lived up to expectations. The sound wasn’t great from either rig but this maybe more to do with the Hall than the actual sounds. Saxon wanted to run more deejays which is not surprising as they had Colonel, Sandy, Roger Robin and Papa Levi on hand. Sir Coxsone was less keen on MC’s (Smiley Culture took his mic at one stage but couldn’t be … continue reading…

September 16, 2008, at 12:00 pm

A fine half century for Randy's

To celebrate 50 years since the start of Randy’s VP records are releasing a special 2 CD retrospective with a 40 minute DVD. The CD’s are split down the middle, the first one featuring Ska to early Reggae and the second 70’s sounds. The release has it’s fair share of fairly obvious tunes as is usual in this kind of release but there are some less well known titles thrown in too. CD 1

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September 2, 2008, at 10:50 pm

Dancehall Story

The co-author of the legendary Reggae Quarterly magazine and the superb book King Jammy, Beth Lesser has a new book published by Soul Jazz Records on 27 October titled Dancehall: the Story Of Jamacian Dancehall Culture.

The publishers bluurb claims this is definitive… normally claims like this should be treated with caution but anyone who has read Beth’s previous work, or seen her superb photo’s, will know that just for once this could be … continue reading…

August 28, 2008, at 9:35 am

Carnival Pt 2.

I couldn’t let this one pass. Taken at around 7pm on the Sunday, the mighty Champian has some new mates…

There will be a page full of Carnival photo’s shortly.

August 25, 2008, at 1:32 pm

Tighten Up Crew at Notting Hill

We had a wicked time at Carnival on Sunday. Maximum respect to Gladdy Wax for the top tunes and wicked sound as always.

If anyone has got any photo’s of the session please get in touch, in the meantime here are some clips. Firstly Champian celebrating Jamaica success in the Olympics.

This one shows Champian giving it some on the dub of Ripton Hilton’s Wicked Cannot Reign while Mistah Brown mixes. Sorry for the … continue reading…

July 17, 2008, at 12:54 pm

Tighten Up Crew @ Carnival

Though the Tighten Up monthly sessions are no more, Mistah Brown, Champian and Tim P are still round and about. The crew will be guesting on the Gladdy Wax Sound System at Notting Hill Carnival again this year. We’ll be playing on the Sunday, the time is not confirmed but we’ll be in the area pretty much all day so come down and join in the festivities.

The Gladdy Wax Sound System is located on … continue reading…

June 23, 2008, at 10:57 pm

Saxon last Sunday

Saxon Sound System were on the South Bank last Sunday as part of Massive Attacks Meltdown Festival. Very good they were too. John of Uncarved.org blog has written a great review and features some nice photo’s and a couple of short videos. I managed to get one short video too, this features Daddy Colonel on the mic.

May 21, 2008, at 12:52 pm

Saxon Sound on the South Bank

Massive Attack are organising the Meltdown Festival at London’s South Bank Centre this year. They are doing some interesting stuff, you can check it all here, but the real coup is Saxon Sound System on Queens Walk on Sunday 22 June for free. Queens Walk is the Thameside path way between Waterloo and Hungerford Bridges meaning that Saxon will be playing with full crew (Tippa Irie and Papa Levi are promised) over looking the Thames … continue reading…