Volume 2, Issue 2 – December 2018

Editorial – Simon Jones (Middlesex University)
Rusty Rebel of Rebel Rock Sound System: On inspirations, Birmingham and unity – cover feature with Rusty Rebel by Ian Davies (Independent Photographer)
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Yes, It WasMykaell Riley (University of Westminster)
Bass Culture and a Very Tangled Englishness – Joe Muggs (Mixmag, WIRE, The Boiler room)
‘Who Feels It Knows It’: Re-thinking knowledge, resistance and community through the sub-bass of the reggae sound system – Sebastian Davies (University of Amsterdam)
“Dis one is for alla the junglists”: From Rebel MC to Conquering Lion and beyond -Matt Grimes (Birmingham City University)
Surfing through music: Sharing the surf lifestyle on a reggae frequency – Anne Barjolin-Smith (University Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, France)
With Thanks to Harry Nicols: A (very personal) cockney history of reggae – Tony Cordell
One Love LP– William Ellis (Independent Photographer)
Sound System Outernational Perspectives (Goldsmiths, University of London)
An Introduction – Vincent Moystad & Oana Pârvan
Rewinding the Tape of History: King Tubby and the Audiopolitics of EchoBrian D’aquino
Sound Systems and the Bending of Space: Funambulism from Fanon to Albert EinsteinNayress Ben Gaga
From Italian Dancehalls to South East London: An epiphanic Journey through Sounds and Systems – Claudia Nardini
Noisy Echoes – Pablo De La Cruz
Sharing Science – Margarita Iriarte

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