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Dubkasm
Brixton Rec

Dubkasm are a band so immersed in the dub reggae scene that the material gathered up here was never released at all through proper channels: these tunes have been dubplate only for decades, hidden in the record boxes of certain selectas and only heard when they chose to deploy them. Now, Brixton Rec brings this material into your own home! LP on Bristol 
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Various
The Bristol Roots Explosion

Bristol has a reputation as the home of UK soundsystem culture and The Bristol Roots Explosion gives a small and fascinating glimpse why. This exclusive vinyl LP compilation collects roots reggae tunes from the West Country. This deep, soulful and inventive musical culture created local legends like Dennis Bovell and Talisman, who's work is now almost impossible to track down. Until now, that is.
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Andy Fairley
Fishfood Vs. The Birth Of Sharon

The name Andy Fairley may not be as well-known as those of his contemporaries The Pop Group, Rip Rig And Panic etc, but talk to those in the know down in Bristol and they’ll tell you that Fairley was just as talented as any of them. Indeed, the late Fairley can count Geoff Barrow among his fans. Fishfood Vs. The Birth Of Sharon collates the compilation pieces Fairley made with Fishfood and the previously-unreleased joints he cut with The Birth Of Sharon. All laid down at the start of the ‘80s, the heavy sounds here collide the rubbery energy of Bristolian post-punk with dub, noise and goth rock ala The Birthday Party.
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Eclipse
Corrupted Society


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