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The Dub issue 7 - December 2016
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Kiddus I, Culinary Dub, Amy Jacques Garvey, Marcus Garvey cartoon, Seeco Patterson, Nii Okae Tagoe live review, Insight Share/Nick Lunch interview, Universal Love Music label interview, Malcolm X In Africa part 1, Ali Zion, Collence Takaingenhano Chista interview part 1, Carlton Barrett, Cornerstonemusik, Gentlemen's Dub Club live review, From The Roots Up, Style Scott, Deiana Denise Sutherland, King Lloyd interview.

The Dub issue 6 - November 2016
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Max Romeo, African Library dub, Night Light, Culinary Dub, The Dub Art Exhibition at Fusion Arts, HIM, UB40, First Encounter Dub, Go Tell It On My Mountain, Beautiful Amy Bailey, Eek-A-Mouse, Aston Family Man Barrett, Paul Robeson: Scourge of Empire, Iroko Records, Civil Rights and Barbie Dolls, Ozi Ozaa, Daniel Norland, Linton Kwesi Johnson, From The Roots Up, Cornerstonemusik, Brilli, Denatra, Jah Paul’s African playlist, Song For Our Father to Theophilus Albert Marryshow & Marcia Griffiths

The Dub issue 5 - October 2016

Dee Sessegnon, Rootsman Tyrone from Addis Ababa Sound, Bob Andy, Culinary Dub, Cornerstonemusik, Cassandra London, Ras Midas, Freedom Journal extracts (the first Black newspaper, published in New York in 1827), African Library Dub, Luciano, Order of Distinction, Aba Shanti I review, One Dub (for Satchi Dubworks), Ras Keith, Jah Paul, Peter Tosh, From Pinnacle to Wareika, Bob Gaan by Lorna Dacres, Linval Thompson, Jah9 review, Welcome To Shamrock Part 3, Mama Amelia, Debbie Scrivener, From The Roots Up, Pantheon, Marcus Garvey cartoon, Upstir Records, Blue Plaque for Solomon Plaatje, Cecil Reuben, Horace Andy review and Donovan Kingjay.

The Dub issue 4 - September 2016
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Rootsman Tyrone from Addis Ababa Sound, From The Roots Up, African Library Dub, Marcus Garvey cartoon, Culinary Dub, Winston Jarrett – The Righteous Flame, Ode To Nyahbinghi by Lorna Dacres, Patron Saint Of Joyful Giving, Alton Ellis, U Roy, Delilah Beasley, Welcome To Shamrock Part 2, Cornerstonemusik, Ricky Dread, Payne, Beres Hammond review, Dubplates and Tea: I-Lodica interview, Clennel Wickham, Richard Wright, First Encounter Dub, University Of Dub review, Sun Ra – Brother From Another Planet and Moses Bikishoni

The Dub issue 3 - August 2016
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Marcus Garvey’s legacy and cartoon by Haile Mecael, The Sun by Burning Spear, Josephine Ruffin, Leonard Howell: What Now For Pinnacle, Yabby You: The Mystic of Kingston, Sabali pots by Helen Baillie, Taking It To Heart – Asher Messenjah, Chicken Tagine and Mint Tea, The Sweet Sweet Sounds of Roots Reggae, I Saw A Man by Zeilah Louear, Welcome To Shamrock, African Library Dub, Rootsman Tyrone from Addis Ababa Sound, Culinary Dub, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Junior Delgado, Edward Blyden, I Had The Great Fortune by David Vaudrey, The Victory of Non-Violence, Chronixx review, Where Does This Music Come From? By Pete Clack, Cornerstonemusik, Count Ossie’s Mystic Revelation of Rastafari and Torch

The Dub issue 2 - July 2016
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Jamatone, Francis Boua, Ras Tafari Speaks, Song For Flabba, Haile Mecael, Shakaman interview, Dub For My Father by Empress Vibez, Culinary Dub, African Library Dub, King Lloyd interview, David Norland: Reggae for Lifeforce, Christine de Faoite, The making of Ethiopia Land – Gary Constant, Sona Jobarteh review, Cornerstonemusik, Imar Shepherd, Scratchylus, Mykal Rose, On Her Own Ground review, Tapper Zukie and It’s Not Just Reggae, It’s The Blues As Well by Pete Clack

The Dub issue 1 - June 2016
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The very first issue! Mikey Dread, Sabali Pots by Helen Baillie, Cornerstonemusik, Karen Schloss, Hugo Makepeace, Christine de Faoite, The Ballad Of Mr Dodd by Natty Mark, Sista Grey’s Top Ten, The Gambia and Senegal: The Best Place On Earth, Zioness Sound System History, ACKHI, Ockard Ridim, Africa Is A Colour by Brian Kwoba, Culinary Dub and Haile Mecael.



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Founder of The Dub, Natty Mark Samuels, edited the first seventeen issues. Issue eighteen and others following will now be edited by Dan-I Cameron.



Exhibition at Fusion Arts celebrates five months of free Roots Reggae magazine in Oxford

Local man Natty Mark Samuels has created The Dub, a magazine celebrating Roots Reggae in the area

Free magazine out in Oxford will be a home for Roots Reggae and people power

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