David Katz profiles one of Japan’s biggest Jamaican music fans.
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David Katz remembers an unsung hero of Jamaican music.
The era of dubplates is gone. Matthew Bennett writes about its heyday, its demise and what we’re missing as a result.
David Katz remembers the famed Jamaican percussionist.
David Katz on the classic lovers rock tune.
Tech talk with London's modern-day dub champ
The South East London roots pioneer talks shop.
A crash course in riddimology
The cultural revolution of two spliffs and one beer, told by the man who unified punk and reggae
The dubplate kingpin on the couch.
The UK soundsystem pioneer, remembered by David Katz.
Fed up with dancehall’s focus on sex and guns, Luciano and others brought rasta values back to the fore throughout the ’90s.
Notes from the secret society of British soundsystem operators
Treading on the Detroit-Kingston-Berlin axis
Canada's hip hop ambassador credits his mom for his first verse
Two Jamaican riddim twins get to the heart of reggae music
A little bit of NYC history repeating, from Bronx to Hot 97
How a Canadian house DJ got massive in the dancehall game
David Katz details the Ethopian leader’s historic 1966 visit to Jamaica – and what it meant for music on the island.
David Katz remembers the passionate reggae singer.