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The legendary musician died in hospital in Jamaica

Lee "Scratch" Perry, the pioneer of dub and roots reggae music, has died, aged 85.

Jamaican media reported that Perry died in hospital in Lucea...

Coming to the Museum of London

A new exhibition celebrating dub reggae in London is set to open this year.

Coming to the Museum of London in May, the Dub London...

Alongside Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, Wailer was pivotal in bringing reggae to an international audience

Bunny Wailer, the legendary reggae artist and co-founder of The Wailers alongside Bob Marley, has died, aged 73.

Wailer died on Tuesday in hospital in...

The main man behind Toots & The Maytals passed away peacefully in Kingston, Jamaica 

Reggae pioneer Toots Hibbert has died, aged 77. 

The iconic musician, best known as frontman of reggae and ska band Toots & the Maytals, "passed...

First live dates of 2010 for Barry Ashworth and Jason O’Bryan.

Renowned for their frenetic live show which throws reggae, punk, hip-hop and good time vibes into the party blender, shakes them up, then pours two...

He was central to introducing reggae to an international audience

Jamaican reggae producer Bunny Lee has died aged 79.

Born Edward O'Sullivan Lee in Kingston in 1941, and affectionately known as "Striker" Lee, the producer and...

Legendary selector to launch book with four-date tour...

David Rodigan has announced a forthcoming autobiography titled My Life In Reggae, detailing his four decades working in the scene.

Nothing short of a legend...

Brno-based Slovakian DJ Johney steps up on Stranjah’s Deviant Audio with four cuts of gravelly dubstep, half-time and jungle. Hear the roaring breaks and bass...

Johney will release his new EP, ‘The Bees’, via Strajnah’s Deviant Audio on 10th November. 

The Brno-based Slovakian DJ, producer and member of the...

One of d&b's most forward thinking producers

Whenever bass heads gather to pick over the new blood pushing drum & bass right back on top, Dub Phizix is one of the few names everyone can agree on. Over the last two years the Manchester-based producer has had an insane string of hits, including the filthy, ubiquitous bashment 'n’ bass bomb 'Marka' (alongside Skeptical and MC Strategy) — which burst out of the scene and rampaged into record boxes worldwide.

U-Roy was a worldwide influence thanks to his original "toasting" sound

Reggae and dancehall legend U-Roy has died.

The pioneering Jamaican artist, real name Ewart Beckford, passed away in Jamaica aged 78. No cause of death has been...

Momentous dubstep charity bash brings together the cream of the crop...

BRACE your ribcage and protect your neck
because there's an epic dubstep event on the
horizon that's likely to get the streets of
London rumbling...

The footwear brand is iconic in Jamaica

A new compilation is arriving that celebrates Jamaica’s love affair with the English shoemakers.

Compiled by DJ Al Fingers, ‘Clarks in Jamaica’ goes along with...

Grab the Jinx In Dub Remix of ‘Gunshot’

‘Gunshot’ is the third single from Dub Pistols' acclaimed fifth album ‘Worshipping The Dollar’ due for release on Monday 25th February.

It's accompanied by a black and white, stop motion-style video

Nia Archives has shared a new single inspired by ‘90s jungle and reggae. Check it out below. 

‘Forbidden Feelingz’ is the first single by the...

We premiere first video from new ‘Return Of The Pistoleros’ album