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Echoes Magazine - August Issue

The lead reggae interview in this month's Echoes is with Sizzla, the controversial Jamaican deejay who talks about his latest album So High and his many other activities as a community and religious leader in August Town - a ghetto neighbourhood in Kingston which is also home to Judgement Yard, where he lives and works.

Elsewhere I interview the director and some of the cast from the forthcoming Marley musical Get Up Stand Up; our regular Vibes column tells the story of Jessica Lipsky's new book It Ain't Retro: Daptone Records & The 21st Century Soul Revolution whilst Run The Track features new releases by Queen Ifrica, Kaiz, Vybz Kartel, Romain Virgo and Buju Banton, among others. David Cairol, Dean Fraser and the Mighty Diamonds all feature in the album review pages, whilst the Upper Cut Band's Painting On Silence is our Reggae Album Of The Month.


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