Results for Tag #reggae

Cyrus, Karen Anita Eloise. 2015. “Jackie Mittoo At Home and Abroad: The Cultural and Musical Negotiations of a Jamaican Canadian.” PhD diss., York University.

Keefe, Tristram. 2010. “Yardtapes: History, Identity and Diaspora in a Dancehall Style.” PhD diss., Institute for the Study of the Americas.

MacLeod, Erin. 2020. “Ring the Alarm: Montréal soundsystems come fi mash it.” Medium.

Chamberlain, Joshua and Erin MacLeod. 2016. “Dub Fi Dub – The Most Special Specials: The most important dubplates from the most experienced clashers.” Red Bull Music Academy.

Walker, Klive. 2012. “The Journey of Reggae in Canada.” Global Reggae (ed. Carolyn Cooper),185-211. Jamaica: Canoe Press.

Wilson, John J. C. 2013. “King Alpha’s Song in a Strange Land: Jamaican Migrant and Canadian Host in Toronto’s Transnational Reggae Music Scene, 1973-1990.” PhD diss., University of Guelph.

Wilson, Jason. 2020. King Alpha’s Song in a Strange Land: The Roots and Routes of Canadian Reggae. British Columbia: UBC Press.

MSDROPPINIT (YouTube Channel)

MSDROPPINIT ♫ In Every Aspect ♫ (YouTube Channel)

Dancehallarchives (YouTube channel)

Platinum Party 2007 ft. Rodigan, Barry G, Rory of Stone Love (YouTube Video)

DJ Ron Nelson/ ReggaemaniaTV (YouTube Channel) 

Entertainment Report (Podcast)

“Rewind Forward: Honoring the Goodness and Badness of Jamaican Music Culture” by Graeme Mathieson (2020, CA)

CBC Music. 2021. “The true story of Canada’s reggae capital” (Canada, 7:46”)

More Music Shows, “Canadian Reggae of the 70s & 80s” (2009, 6”)

“Word: The Soul of Urban Culture.” WordMag, 2015.

ReggaeXclusive Entertainment News (ReggaeXclusive Magazine)

Dacks, David. “Montreal Reggae Festival: Montreal, QC June 26-28.” Exclaim. Ontario Creates, June 30, 2009.

North, Reggae. “Rose ‘Rosa’ Green The Grandmaster Of Canadian Sound System Culture.” ReggaeNorth.com, July 15, 2022.

MacLeod, Erin and Joshua Chamberlain. 2016. “Sweet Reggae Music Pon di Attack: A History of Soundclash.” Red Bull Music Academy.

SILVA, CARLOS BENEDITO RODRIGUES. 2016 [2nd ED.]. DA TERRA DAS PRIMAVERAS À ILHA DO AMOR – REGGAE, LAZER E IDENTIDADE CULTURAL. SÃO LUÍS: ED. PITOMBA!

SILVA, CARLOS BENEDITO RODRIGUES. 2020 [2nd ED.]. RITMOS DA IDENTIDADE, MESTIÇAGENS E SINCRETISMOS NA CULTURA DO MARANHÃO. BELO HORIZONTE: ED. DIALÉTICA.

PAULRAJ, KAVIN DAYANANDAN. 2013. JAMAICA BRASILEIRA: THE POLITICS OF REGGAE IN SÃO LUÍS. PH.D. DISSERTATION, UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

BRASIL, RAMUSYO. 2014. O REGGAE NO CARIBE BRASILEIRO. SÃO LUÍS: PITOMBA!

BRASIL, RAMUSYO. 2014. REGGAE, FUNK E TECNOBREGA: FRAGMENTOS CINTILANTES E RESSONÂNCIAS CULTURAIS DO ATLÂNTICO NEGRO E DO CARIBE NO BRASIL. SÃO LUÍS: EDUFMA

FREIRE, KARLA. 2019 (2nd Ed.). ONDE O REGGAE É A LEI. SÃO LUÍS: EDUFMA

VIDIGAL, LEONARDO. 2012. “REGGAE MUSIC DOCUMENTARIES IN BRAZIL” GLOBAL REGGAE. KINGSTON: CANOE PRESS. PP. 149-168.

SOUSA, THALISSE RAMOS DE. 2016. AS ARIRIS CONTAM SUA HISTÓRIA: PARTICIPAÇÃO FEMININA NO REGGAE DE SÃO LUÍS. MASTER THESIS. SÃO LUÍS: UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DO MARANHÃO – UEMA.

ROSA, MARISTANE DE SOUSA. 2006. O REGGAE NA “JAMAICA BRASILEIRA”: CIDADANIA E POLÍTICA A PARTIR DE LETRAS MUSICAIS. M.A. THESIS, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF GOIÁS

SANTOS, FABIO ABREU. 2009. PRODUÇÃO E CONSUMO DO REGGAE DAS RADIOLAS DE SÃO LUÍS/MA: SIGNIFICADOS, SIMBOLISMOS E ASPECTOS MERCADOLÓGICOS. M.S. THESIS, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DA PARAÍBA – UFPB

TURNER, MICHAEL AND RODRIGUES, OTÁVIO. 2007. “THE MARANHÃO VERSION – RADIOLAS AND FLYING PEDRAS IN BRAZIL’S JURASSIC PARK OF REGGAE”. THE BEAT, VOL.26 # 1. PP. 25-27

KATZ, DAVID. 2019.PEDRAS, MELOS, AND RADIOLAS: BRAZILIAN REGGAE IN SÃO LUÍS DO MARANHÃO. AFROPOP/PRI. (PODCAST)

MORAIS, MARIA DO CARMO LIMA. 2008. “‘A INVENÇÃO DA EXPRESSÃO ‘JAMAICA BRASILEIRA’. CAMBIASSU (UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO MARANHÃO – UFMA), ANO 18 – JAN/DEZ, P. 126-141

COSTA DE OLIVEIRA, PAULO ROGÉRIO. 2009. DO MAGNATA AO REGUEIRO: OS AGENTES E CONVERGÊNCIAS DO CIRCUITO REGGAE DE SÃO LUÍS. ELEMENTA: COMUNICAÇÃO E CULTURA. VOL.1. P. 1-13

SINTONIZAH BY LECUK ICHIDA AND WILLY BIONDANI (2015, BR, 54′)

JAMAICA BRASILEIRA BY GLEYSER AZEVEDO (2004, BR, 35′)

MUSEU DO REGGAE DO MARANHÃO – MARANHÃO REGGAE MUSEUM (SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNEL)

REGGAE LIVE (SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNEL)

REGGAE TOTAL (BLOG)

CANAL ADRIANO HD  (SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNEL)

MELO TOBÓN, ANDREA. 2020. “LAS ONDAS CURATIVAS DEL GRAN LATIDO SOUND SYSTEM”. CANAL 13

“LA HISTORIA DEL GRAN LATIDO SOUND SYSTEM, EL PODER TRANSFORMADOR DE LA MÚSICA”. CANAL CAPITAL

Suárez Parias, Manuel. 2019. El Gran Latido Sound System: El Sonido Como Agente Político. Universidad De Los Andes. Bogotá .

Chude-Sokei, Louis. 1997. “Dr. Satan’s Echo Chamber”: Reggae, Technology and the Diaspora Process”. Kingston, Jamaica: Institute of Caribbean Studies, Reggae Studies Unit, University of the West Indies.

Cooper, Carolyn, ed. 2012. Global Reggae. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press.

Bradley, Lloyd. 2000. Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King. London: Viking.

Henry, William, and Matthew Worley. 2021. Narratives from Beyond the UK Reggae Bassline: The System is Sound. London

Jones, Simon, and Paul Pinnock. 2018. Scientists of Sound: Portraits of a UK Reggae Sound System. Birmingham: Bassline Books.

Katz, David. 2003. Solid Foundation: An Oral History of Reggae. London: Bloomsbury.

Hitchins, Ray. 2016. Vibe Merchants: The Sound Creators of Jamaican Popular Music. Abingdon-Oxford: Routledge.

Huxtable, Paul. 2014. Sound System Culture: Celebrating Huddersfield’s Sound Systems, London: One Love Books

Veal, Michael. 2007. Dub: Soundscapes and Shattered Songs in Jamaican Reggae. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press

Champion Sound by Matthew Smith (UK, 2010, 48’)

Deep Roots Music by Howard Johnson (UK, 1983, 6 X 50’)

X-Tra Wicked: A History of the Digital B Label by Romain Chiffre (US/JA, 2017, 52’)

Sound Business by Molly Dineen (UK, 1981, 43’)

Musically Mad by Karl Folke and Andreas Weslien (Sweden, 2008, 60’)

Babylon by Franco Rosso (UK, 1980, 95’)