Tag Archives: Dub Inc

Visions of Sound – September 2019

Visions of Sound – September 2019

Every month, we bring you a monthly collection of the best world music-related videos. That’s our way to give value to too often overlooked, rich and diverse artistic expressions. Listen with your eyes! Watch the full playlist:
Visions of Sound – March 2017

Visions of Sound – March 2017

We’ve partnered with Mundo FM Collective to bring you a monthly collection of the best world music-related videos and documentary teasers. That’s our way to give value to too often overlooked, rich and diverse artistic expressions. Listen with your eyes!   Watch the full playlist:
Your Ticket To… 2016

Your Ticket To… 2016

This month’s playlist is a bit different from the ones you’re used you to: no style or genre introduction. Instead, we chose to celebrate 2016 and wanted to do it in “our way”. We picked some of the best tunes we have listened to throughout the year and asked our contributors to...
Rhythm Passport Free Compilation – Vol. 5 – August 2016

Rhythm Passport Free Compilation – Vol. 5 – August 2016

Download this exclusive FREE Rhythm Passport album TODAY! This is our fifth instalment of Rhythm Passport’s FREE monthly compilation album our gift to YOU, our newsletter subscribers. Play it at the gym, while you’re doing the washing, driving…wherever! Discover new music from the world of Rhythm Passport. Only available until 23rd August 2016...
Preview: Dub Inc @ Electric Brixton (London, 17th June 2016)

Preview: Dub Inc @ Electric Brixton (London, 17th June 2016)

Charismatic, high-octane and socially conscious, get down to Electric Brixton next Friday and experience the engrossing musical hybrid that is Dub Inc – Europe’s most successful reggae band of today. Spawning from France’s industrial heartland, Saint-Etienne, Dub Inc come to London this June loaded with their new album They Want Riddim....
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