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SWEET SOUL MUSIC

SWEET SOUL MUSIC

09:00 11:00



Upcoming shows
Saturday 09:00

SWEET SOUL MUSIC

Saturday 11:00

ROOTS

Saturday 13:00

NEW JACK SWING

Saturday 15:00

Time to Rocksteady

Saturday 17:00

Motown

Saturday 19:00

Damage Control

ROOTS AND CULTURE LOVERS ROCK DANCEHALL AND DUB

Saturday 21:00

Trip Hop


Weekly schedule


Choose a day


NIGHT SHIFT

01:00Monday

01:00Monday

Time to Wake Up

05:00Monday

05:00Monday

Morning Reggae

07:00Monday

07:00Monday

IN THE MIX

09:00Monday

09:00Monday

Jamaican Ska

11:00Monday

11:00Monday

  All Aboard The SKA Train this incredible precursor to reggae and rocksteady. You'll hear ska legends such as The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Stranger Cole, The Skatalites, and many others! We're sure you'll love it the minute you turn it on, so turn the sound up and tune in now!  

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WHAT the FUNK

13:00Monday

13:00Monday

Uk Garage

15:00Monday

15:00Monday

KEEP THE FAITH

17:00Monday

17:00Monday

HFP

19:00Monday

19:00Monday

On Road

21:00Monday

21:00Monday

NIGHT VIBES

23:00Monday

23:00Monday

NIGHT SHIFT

01:00Tuesday

01:00Tuesday

ELECTRIC AVENUE

05:00Tuesday

05:00Tuesday

NICE TIMES

07:00Tuesday

07:00Tuesday

NO BAD VIBES

09:00Tuesday

09:00Tuesday

The clue with chill hop is right there in the name, it's no more than a fusion of chill out music and hip hop. A playlist is worth a thousand words so the newly minted "Slow Hop" playlist* is just to the right & it's Youtube & Deezer versions at the bottom of the post but there is something I'd like you to read and listen to first. The old cliche goes you have to know the past to understand the present so, if you're interested, let's take a brief look at hip hop's early days and the origins of chill out music to fully understand how chill hop came about and got to where it is today.

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BLUEBEAT

11:00Tuesday

11:00Tuesday

Island usually gets the credit for establishing Britain as ska and reggae's second home, but it was a chaotically run London indie label that created the scene in the first place. Before Island opened an office in London, Blue Beat had the keys to Prince Buster, Laurel Aitken, Derrick Morgan and Owen Gray, and brought rasta drummer Count Ossie and sound-system originator Duke Reid over from Kingston to play Lewisham and Brixton.

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March of the Mods

13:00Tuesday

13:00Tuesday

HOUSE NATION

15:00Tuesday

15:00Tuesday

URBAN MOVEMENT

17:00Tuesday

17:00Tuesday

19:00Tuesday

The very best in reggae music

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Lost in Jungle

21:00Tuesday

21:00Tuesday

UK GRIME WAVE

23:00Tuesday

23:00Tuesday

NIGHT SHIFT

01:00Wednesday

01:00Wednesday

Goa Love

05:00Wednesday

05:00Wednesday

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MORNING BREAK

07:00Wednesday

07:00Wednesday

SWEET SOUL MUSIC

09:00Wednesday

09:00Wednesday

Jamaican Ska

11:00Wednesday

11:00Wednesday

  All Aboard The SKA Train this incredible precursor to reggae and rocksteady. You'll hear ska legends such as The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Stranger Cole, The Skatalites, and many others! We're sure you'll love it the minute you turn it on, so turn the sound up and tune in now!  

Learn more

Deep Blues

13:00Wednesday

13:00Wednesday

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IN DEEP

15:00Wednesday

15:00Wednesday

SOCA

17:00Wednesday

17:00Wednesday

Reggae Euphoria

19:00Wednesday

19:00Wednesday

   

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West Coast

21:00Wednesday

21:00Wednesday

R&B

23:00Wednesday

23:00Wednesday

NIGHT SHIFT

01:00Thursday

01:00Thursday

E.D.M

05:00Thursday

05:00Thursday

NICE TIMES

07:00Thursday

07:00Thursday

JACK IN THE HOUSE

09:00Thursday

09:00Thursday

The Hip Hop Experience

11:00Thursday

11:00Thursday

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COFFEE TIME

13:00Thursday

13:00Thursday

Uk Garage

15:00Thursday

15:00Thursday

BOOTS AND BEATS

17:00Thursday

17:00Thursday

ROOTS CONECTION

19:00Thursday

19:00Thursday

DANCE HALL

21:00Thursday

21:00Thursday

Some would consider Dancehall to the most popular music in Jamaica. It began in the late 1970s and has now impacted all different types of musical genres worldwide.

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URBAN AFRICA

23:00Thursday

23:00Thursday

NIGHT SHIFT

01:00Friday

01:00Friday

Goa Love

05:00Friday

05:00Friday

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Jamaican Mento Music

07:00Friday

07:00Friday

NO BAD VIBES

09:00Friday

09:00Friday

The clue with chill hop is right there in the name, it's no more than a fusion of chill out music and hip hop. A playlist is worth a thousand words so the newly minted "Slow Hop" playlist* is just to the right & it's Youtube & Deezer versions at the bottom of the post but there is something I'd like you to read and listen to first. The old cliche goes you have to know the past to understand the present so, if you're interested, let's take a brief look at hip hop's early days and the origins of chill out music to fully understand how chill hop came about and got to where it is today.

Learn more

BLUEBEAT

11:00Friday

11:00Friday

Island usually gets the credit for establishing Britain as ska and reggae's second home, but it was a chaotically run London indie label that created the scene in the first place. Before Island opened an office in London, Blue Beat had the keys to Prince Buster, Laurel Aitken, Derrick Morgan and Owen Gray, and brought rasta drummer Count Ossie and sound-system originator Duke Reid over from Kingston to play Lewisham and Brixton.

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SMOOTH HOUSE

13:00Friday

13:00Friday

[...]

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Studio 1

15:00Friday

15:00Friday

REGGAE TAKE OVER

17:00Friday

17:00Friday

Welcome to the Jungle

19:00Friday

19:00Friday

Tuff Life

21:00Friday

21:00Friday

TRAPPED

23:00Friday

23:00Friday

NIGHT SHIFT

01:00Saturday

01:00Saturday

ELECTRIC AVENUE

05:00Saturday

05:00Saturday

MORNING BREAK

07:00Saturday

07:00Saturday

SWEET SOUL MUSIC

09:00Saturday

09:00Saturday

ROOTS

11:00Saturday

11:00Saturday

Origins of Roots Reggae
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NEW JACK SWING

13:00Saturday

13:00Saturday

Time to Rocksteady

15:00Saturday

15:00Saturday

Rocksteady was the reigning Jamaican sound from roughly 1966 through 1968.  we pay respect to rocksteady, which slowed the rythym down from ska and eventually evolved into roots reggae

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Motown

17:00Saturday

17:00Saturday

Damage Control

19:00Saturday

19:00Saturday

Trip Hop

21:00Saturday

21:00Saturday

NIGHT MOVES

23:00Saturday

23:00Saturday

NIGHT SHIFT

01:00Sunday

01:00Sunday

Goa Love

05:00Sunday

05:00Sunday

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Ital Corner

07:00Sunday

07:00Sunday

Roots Rock Reggae!!!!!!!!

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AFRICAN VIBES

09:00Sunday

09:00Sunday

BLUEBEAT

11:00Sunday

11:00Sunday

Island usually gets the credit for establishing Britain as ska and reggae's second home, but it was a chaotically run London indie label that created the scene in the first place. Before Island opened an office in London, Blue Beat had the keys to Prince Buster, Laurel Aitken, Derrick Morgan and Owen Gray, and brought rasta drummer Count Ossie and sound-system originator Duke Reid over from Kingston to play Lewisham and Brixton.

Learn more

COFFEE TIME

13:00Sunday

13:00Sunday

ACID JAZZ

15:00Sunday

15:00Sunday

THE SUNDAY JOINT

17:00Sunday

17:00Sunday

LOVERS ROCK

19:00Sunday

19:00Sunday

OLD SCHOOL HIP HOP

21:00Sunday

21:00Sunday

DnB

23:00Sunday

23:00Sunday