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Adrian Sherwood Presents: Dub No Frontiers

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Dub No Frontiers is inspired by and features female vocalists that Adrian Sherwood and the On-U Sound label knew from the UK or had met while travelling around ...
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Black Art from the Black Ark

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A tumultuous selection of recordings from Black Ark, Perry's legendary studio and hotbed of creation.
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The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra (60th Anniversary)

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60th Anniversary Edition of groundbreaking jazz artist Sun Ra’s iconic 1962 album 'The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra'.
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In Dub

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Following the critical acclaim afforded to 2015’s 6CD box set 'Redux', 'In Dub' is an affordable entrée to one aspect of the prolif...
A Trip to BolgatangA


  1. A Bad Attitude
  2. Accra Electronica
  3. Push Me Pull You
  4. I Chant Too
  5. Asalatua
  6. Passing Clouds
  7. I’m A Winner
  8. Trip To Bolgatanga
  9. Never Regret A Day
  10. Microdosing


A Trip to BolgatangA

  • black lp

    Released: 7th Jul 2023

  • cd

    Released: 7th Jul 2023


12 years in the making, this long-awaited return collaboration is a trip indeed – spaced-out dub rhythms, psychedelic production, and capacious melodies all link together to make a journey that is as entrancing as it is rewarding.

The legendary collaboration between master percussionist Bonjo Iyabinghi Noah and producer Adrian Sherwood return with their first new studio album in twelve years. Originally conceived in 1981 as an attempt to make Brian Eno’s “vision of a psychedelic Africa” exist in musical form, the project has evolved and mutated over the years but all the hallmarks of their classic sound are present and correct on this record: hypnotic hand drums driving rhythms to move your head and feet; coupled with mind-bending arrangements and dubwise production. Inimitable guest vocals by the award winning Ghanaian kologo master, King Ayisoba lend an extra dimension. An act of cultish proportions, African Head Charge have been compared to Sun Ra “for their same ability to head into the unknown” - Echoes magazine.