In 1976 London, Don Letts changed the course of music history by single-handedly merging punk rock and reggae. Discover how these strange bedfellows came to be and why we gratefully never looked back.
Lee “Scratch” Perry is a genius. The legendary mind behind a boundless catalogue of incredible records released throughout reggae’s history, Scratch needs really no introduction once you’ve heard a record like Superape. His dub experiments from the 1970s sound like music from an era we still are far from reaching. Thing is, a guy that can make music simultaneously sound like it’s coming from underwater and outer space at the same time is probably a little odd.