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.”
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.
Bristol Archive Records has announced its first release of 2016 - The Bristol Roots Explosion compilation which will be available on 4 March 2016.
The vinyl and digital release, distributed by Shellshock/SRD, follows the theme set by The Midlands Roots Explosion.
The album features the likes of JOSHUA MOSES, BUNNY MARRETT and TALISMAN, among others.
The 17-track CD and 11-track DVD, which will also be available as digital downloads, feature performances from various artists from the Bristol reggae scene.
The 'Bristol Reggae Explosion Live' finally made it to the Big Top at Temple Meads’ Creative Common this weekend, and proved to be one of the greatest reggae shows of 2012.
The night was a result of the success of the Bristol Reggae Explosion compilation series, which led by Mike Darby, brought classic Bristol reggae recordings back to life after years in the vault.
Reggae musician and producer DENNIS BOVELL will be serving as master of ceremonies at the Bristol Reggae Explosion Live show in Bristol later this month.
The former MATUMBI member went on to become a key figure in the lovers rock and dub genres, but is most widely known for his collaborations with LINTON KWESI JOHNSON.
Bristol Archive Records is putting on a BUNNY MARRETT album launch party later this month alongside a screening of ‘Voices From Another Part Of Town’ at the Watershed, Bristol.
The groundbreaking documentary from Oscar winning director Kevin Macdonald screens from tomorrow until at least 3 May at the cinema.