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Shook #004

Shook Magazine 004
Shook #004
(UK Magazine) 2008-11-15

Cool UK mag that rose from the ashes of Straight No Chaser. This month: Sound System Special, Cumbiaton Explosion, Manchester before the Hacienda, Salah Ragab, Who Da F#@k is Clutchy Hopkins?, Raymond Scott, Bomba: The Ruff Guide to Puerto Rico, Q-Tip, Kaidi Tatham..

Shook Magazine 004
Shook #004
(UK Magazine) 2008-11-15

Mag content :
* Sound System Special - Shaka, Channel One, Coxsone... string up and dance
* House Shoes - you can take a brotha out of Detroit...
* Cumbiaton Explosion - Toy Selectah and Club Zizek
* Manchester before the Hacienda - Greg Wilson and the Electro-Funk Bomb
* Salah Ragab - Exploring the Magic System
* Paul Beatty - The White Boy Shuffle
* Clutchy Hopkins - Who Da F#@k is Clutchy Hopkins?
* Raymond Scott - The Name of the Game is Lightworks
* Saut D'Eau - A Haitian Vodou Story
* Morning Breath - Cover Me
* Emory Douglas - The Art of the Black Panthers
* Bomba: The Ruff Guide to Puerto Rico
* Jazz Cats: The Harlem School of Jazz
plus... Q-Tip, Dâm-Funk, Onra, Crazy Couzins, The Invisible, Kaidi Tatham, London Jazz Festival, 45 Love, plus all ya regulars, reviews and raw vibes.
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