Dubbing with The Observer: Niney The Observer Live tonight at Mau Mau Bar, Portobello Road

Okay, so I know this is really short-notice but I just had to tell you about a great gig that’s happening tonight at Mau Mau Bar over at Mau Mau Bar on Portobello Road. Tonight, Mau Mau will play host to the legendary Reggae producer Niney The Observer who, along with his contemporaries Lee ‘Scratch’ … Continue reading

Roots of Reggae: keep on dubbing

In true New Year’s Resolution-style, I thought I would write this post today and not tomorrow so that I can say I’ve kept the promise I made to myself to blog more regularly on all things Roots of Reggae-related.  From a distance at least three new posts in January looks a lot better than two … Continue reading

One Step Forward: Roots of Reggae in 2012

It’s hard to believe that we’re now more than half way through January already. For many that may well be a good thing. After all, the consequences of Christmas over-indulgence and Christmas credit card-inspired financial pain, together with the seasonal self-denial that New Year’s Resolution can conspire to make January a bit of a grind. … Continue reading

It’s Offical: Brixton Loves Roots of Reggae

After weeks of careful planning and  more Tweets and Facebook updates than is probably sensible we held the first-ever Roots of Reggae event last Saturday. The event took place Upstairs at the Ritzy Brixton and featured an amazing line-up of performers representing reggae music in all its forms,  supported by a capacity crowd of people … Continue reading

Roots of Reggae FREE launch event, Brixton, Saturday 3rd December 2011, 3-7 pm

South London resident Francis Clarke has organised the FREE Roots of Reggae event to bring people of all ages together to celebrate reggae music and culture. The event takes places Upstairs at the Ritzy Brixton on Saturday 3rd December, 3 – 7 pm. Roots of Reggae is a FREE community event and has been developed … Continue reading