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Happening on the Edge 2013MusicZincbeats

Jah9 launched her debut album, “New Name” to a highly appreciative capacity crowd and rave reviews at Redbones last night. An eclectic evening of music, dance, poetry, and album reviews, the launch was a well produced affair with Jah9 and her accompanying hand picked band (Rory’s Dubbites) thrilling audiences with

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New Name is the debut album from rising female reggae vocalist Janine “Jah9” Cunningham. Jah9 has been credited as the creator of the “Jazz on Dub” genre, and New Name reflects this masterful blend of the jazz melodies of Billie Holiday and Nina Simone with the dancehall attack of Sizzla

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This is part 2 of a 3 part post. Part 1 can be found here. Treasure Dub (Treasure Isle) 197-something An austere cover from the “heavy manners” period of the 70s Dub as a musical technique did not really emerge on the Jamaican scene until roughly 1972, although proto-dub was

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YardEdge welcomes our new guest blogger Christopher Edmonds here with his first post about dub. The Seducer Dub Wise – Perhaps this covers suggests the Broadcasting Commission should ban this too? After reading this great article here about Jamaican album covers, I thought I would add my bit to the

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Suzanne Couch (Jamaican songstress and celebrity chef) is having a long overdue session at her house in Jack’s Hill, Kingston AKA “the Fault Line”. Naming the session a “dub party” she explains, “I decided to have a Dub party as I feel that Dub music has been such an integral

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