Sugar Shack Records will next month put out a compilation album called Compendulum.
The new 16-track album, available on CD and digital download, comes out on 10 June.
According to Sugar Shack the album “isn't a compilation, it's not a remix project, it's not the vision of one producer or musician, it's not old and it's not new, yet it is also in part all of those things and most importantly totally fresh and enjoyable.”
Jamaican music pioneer LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY will headline the One Love Festival in the UK this summer.
The reggae great will be joined by MAX ROMEO, THE CONGOS, CAPITAL LETTERS, MACKA B, DON CAMPBELL, DISCIPLES, SMITH & MIGHTY, MIXMASTER MORRIS, GENERAL ROOTS and many more.
Sugar Shack Records will shortly release a new reggae album compiled by Chris Potter called Compendulum.
The record will be available on 10 June on CD and digital download.
Reggae Archive Records is set to release The Midlands Roots Explosion Volume Two on 20 May.
The album will be available on double vinyl in a luxurious gatefold sleeve, CD and digital download.
The first volume was released last year and saw the culmination of many years work spent tracking down artists and tapes to shine a light on one of England's greatest, yet most overlooked musical scenes.
Midlands reggae band CAPITAL LETTERS will release Wolverhampton in Dub on 16 October.
Earlier this year the group released Wolverhampton, its first new album in 30 years.
Mixing engineer and Sugar Shack regular DAVE “OLDWAH” SANDFORD was given free reign to produce the album's dub counterpart Wolverhampton in Dub.
Reggae Archive Records is shining the spotlight on some of Birmingham’s reggae acts with the release of The Midlands Roots Explosion Volume One later this summer.
The album will be released on 29 June, available on high quality double vinyl in a deluxe gatefold sleeve, on CD and as a digital download.
The new record is the first in a series of compilations that hope to showcase some of the unreleased, forgotten and barely known musical gems from what was such a vibrant scene.
Reggae Archive Records will later this year put out a big release for the Midlands and UK reggae scene - The Midlands Roots Explosion Volume One.
The important record follows the model of the Bristol Reggae Explosion albums which were released back in 2011 and 2012.
The new album has been mastered and Reggae Archive Records will announce the track listing very soon.
West Midlands reggae band CAPITAL LETTERS is set to release a brand new album in March next year.
The new record, called Wolverhampton, will be released on CD and digital download on 23 March 2015.
Here's the tracklisting:
British reggae band CAPITAL LETTERS will release a brand new track from their upcoming new album this November.
The David Hill/Nick Manasseh-produced track “Wolf” will be released on 24 November on Sugar Shack Records on limited edition 12” vinyl and download.
Wolverhampton roots reggae band CAPITAL LETTERS will be performing in Bristol next month at the Attic Bar in Stokes Croft.