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Steel Pulse Pays Tribute to the Memory of Utopian Pinnacle on "Cry Cry Blood" (premiere)

Roots reggae group Steel Pulse brings a sense of Rastafarian past to the present with their heartfelt new single "Cry Cry Blood", which is their first new single in 15 years.

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Jamaica: 13 April 2011 - Washington DC

With their own considerable ambition and talent, along with the guidance of two highly accomplished, forward thinking producers, Jamaica is poised for success.

Kevin Smallwood
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Beres Hammond: Just a Man

The second solo album from Jamaican veteran Beres Hammond gets a reissue.

Dylan Nelson
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Horace Andy and Alpha: Two Phazed People

With the help of Alpha’s confident, well-crafted beats, Horace Andy proves that he is still in integral part of the music world.

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Joe Gibbs: Scorchers from the Mighty Two

When listening to a compilation like Scorchers from the Mighty Two, ownership of a certain piece of music seems like a quaint and inconsequential idea. There's a communal spirit that reigns.

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Shes Gone by Kwame Dawes

Kwame Dawes' first novel, She's Gone, is an awkward love story.

Claudia Smith Brinson
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The Marleys and Mind Control

The efforts of major corporations to disarm their consumers is a reminder that music used to be judged by how it made the listener feel, not how many times it was downloaded.


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