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Milky Chance In Turner Hall Ballroom Show

In 2013, when Milky Chance released its debut album "Sadnecessary" in its native Germany, its music could be characterized as "folktronica." Thursday night, when Milky Chance played at Turner Hall Ballroom, its music was closer to what might be called "electro-reggae." On paper, the latter classification looks more exciting. Onstage,…
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Bunny Lee's New Book: Reggae Going International

As Jamaican dub and roots reggae makes a heavy resurgence and mark on the music scene, Bunny 'Striker' Lee, pioneer of ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub, dancehall, and record producer in his own right, is promoting his book and documentary. They explain the journey of reggae from the beginning to the…
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Bajan Reggae Fest

THOUSANDS of reggae and dancehall lovers made their way to the Digicel Reggae on the Hill on Sunday, bringing the curtain down on the festival which is now in its 11th year. With perfect weather conditions, not even a drop of rain, the show highlighted the work of several up…
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Necessary Mayhem Strikes Gold with 'Let it Go'

Fiery Genre-Transcending Collabo of UK Music Stars Shola Ama, Big Fris and Lady Stush to Premiere on Largeup.com Super music producer Curtis Lynch, via his Necessary Mayhem imprint, is once again expanding Reggae music with the wildly hot tune "Let it Go," which features quite the fusion of UK music…
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Pres. Obama Pays Respect To Bob Marley In Jamaica

And first order of business on the island? The Bob Marley Museum. Obama toured Marley's former home at 56 Hope Road. It the place Marley held court from 1975 until his death in 1981. His wife, Rita converted it into a museum after his death. It's full of memories and…
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New Turtle Bay in Cheltenham

More than 500 people were treated to live reggae music and an abundance of Caribbean-style food and drink at the launch of the new Turtle Bay in Cheltenham. The chain restaurant held a VIP launch party last night on the corner of Pittville Street and Albion Street, in advance of…
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