From anniversary reissues to musical accessories and apparel, this Christmas’ best Bob Marley gifts are nothing short of legendary.
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Hear Ziggy Marley's brand new restatement of 'Turn Your Lights Down Low', taken from 'Exodus 40', the celebratory reissue of Bob Marley's 'Exodus'.
Bob Marley & The Wailers’ iconic ‘Exodus’ album is given a celebratory super deluxe expanded reissue celebrating the Exodus 40th Anniversary.
A cache of reel-to-reel analogue master tapes containing lost Bob Marley recordings has been painstakingly restored in London.
Ali Campbell talks to uDiscover about the new Unplugged album, by UB40 Featuring Ali, Astro & Mickey.
Bob Marley and the Wailers' historic 1975 performances at the Lyceum in London are to be released as complete sets from both shows.
Madness return with ‘Can’t Touch Us Now’, a collection of songs that stands alongside the best of their unique takes on modern life.
Released on 18 November, ‘Unplugged + Greatest Hits’ sees UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell, Astro And Mickey Virtue give some classic songs an acoustic rework.
The 'King of Ska,' Prince Buster, born 24 May 1938 in Kingston Jamaica, passed away on 8 september 2016, aged 78. Prince Buster RIP
After a three-year absence from touring because of an injury to frontman Toots Hibbert, Toots and the Maytals have just announced a new UK tour.
uDiscover TV were at Hyde Park, London to find out what Bob Marley means to people celebrating 4/20, the annual celebration of cannabis culture.
uDiscover reviews The Abyssinians' 'Clinch Singles Collection': a 7x7" vinyl box set containing some of the roots reggae act's best songs.
One of the finest groups to emerge from Jamaica in the late 60s, roots reggae outfit The Abyssinians release The Clinch Singles Collection on 12 February.
The Island label is setting foot in the UK's craft beer market, with the launch of the "music-inspired" Island Records Session IPA — with its own playlists.
From Cream to Sparks, Underworld, Roy Orbison, Simple Minds, The Velvet Underground, Marvin Gaye and Grace Jones: a run down of the best box sets of 2015.