The main stage acts for the Lambeth Country Show can now be revealed including Jamaican reggae musicians JOHNNY CLARKE, LITTLE ROY and STYLO G.
Also appearing on Sunday will be ska band CHAINSKA BRASSIKA featuring NATTY.
Saturday acts include THE CORRESPONDENTS and YOLANDA BROWN who is currently touring with ‘Reggae Love Songs’ along with a full band.
CONGO NATTY, GENTLEMAN'S DUB CLUB and HOLLIE COOK are among the acts set to play Eden Festival this summer.
The festival also features CHANNEL ONE, MUNGO'S HI-FI and STYLO G, among many others.
Eden takes place on 9-12 June at Raehills Meadows near Moffat in Scotland with adult weekend tickets starting at £95.
The nominees for the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards can now be revealed, including five Jamaicans in the 'Best Reggae Act' category.
The shortlist includes the following artists:
STYLO G, who was born in Jamaica, has continued gaining attention in the underground urban scene since his arrival to the UK in the late 1990s.
The shortlist for the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) ‘Best Reggae Act’ award can now be revealed.
The shortlist includes the following acts:
The organisers behind BoomTown Fair have revealed the initial wave of artists for the festival’s sixth instalment, including Jamaica's JIMMY CLIFF, LADY SAW and THE WAILERS.
The first acts can now be revealed for Bristol’s Love Saves The Day including GENTLEMAN'S DUB CLUB, STYLO G and MS DYNAMITE, among many others.
The shortlists for the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards 2013 can now be revealed, including four Jamaican-raised artists and STYLO G representing the UK.
The ‘Best Reggae’ category shortlist includes:
The In:Motion series of shows returns to Bristol late next month with reggae heavyweights such as MR VEGAS and DAVID RODIGAN.
Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist MR VEGAS has announced more dates on his upcoming visit to the UK with shows in Bristol and Birmingham.
Soundbwoy will be released on 26 May, but you can pre-order it from iTunes.
This month RICHIE drops the freshest riddims out of Jamaica, the biggest hits from the UK, mixed in with a selection of dub and jungle, and ending up with a trip down memory lane.
DJ RICHIE BLOOD delivers another rammed set featuring the best in reggae, dancehall and jungle coming out of Jamaica and the UK.
The new ReggaeChapter.com podcast for April is now available and features the latest dancehall and reggae music coming out of Jamaica and the UK.
Jamaican singer FREDDIE MCGREGOR will headline the One Love Festival that takes place on 10-12 August at Hop Farm in Kent.
MCGREGOR will be joining previously announced acts DAWN PENN and DENNIS ALCAPONE, as well as FRANKIE PAUL, MACKA B, STYLO G, THE DUALERS, plus many more.
The line-up for London’s One Love Peace Festival can now be revealed, featuring top reggae artists BUNNY WAILER, BARRINGTON LEVY and CAPLETON, among many others.
Other highlights of this year's festival include performances from LUCIANO, KHAGO, I-OCTANE, STYLO G and DIDDY.
The third issue of dancehall fanzine No Ice Cream Sound has landed and features exclusive interviews with STYLO G, POPCAAN, MUNGO’S HIFI and YOUNG WARRIOR.
Highlights include a day in the life of CURTISH LYNCH, exclusive chart from POIRIER and a soundsystem special: how to build your own, plus a timeline.
Other interesting features are:
ReggaeChapter.com has taken a look at the top reggae and dancehall Valentine parties that are happening across the UK later this month.
Valentine's Day is straddled between two weekends this year, so the following list includes shows taking place over nine days in mid-February.
JOHN HOLT, one of the forerunners of lovers rock, is expected to perform at half of the featured shows.
In date order, they are:
All shows that were scheduled in the UK this month featuring MAVADO, CHIPMUNK, GAPPY RANKS and STYLO G, have been cancelled.
The promoter for the high-profile tour has yet to give an official reason why such action was taken so close to the tour kicking off. Some websites have attributed the cancellation “due to illness”, while another has said they wouldn't give MAVADO a visa to enter the UK.