Woofah #4 in stock now

1,000 copies only. Massively expanded to 92 pages, same price!

Contents this time include:

* Untold: Interview with this forward looking dubstep producer

* Dubplate Cutting Houses: Woofah shines a light on this hidden corner of UK soundsystem culture

* Newham Generals: Keeping it grimey

* Tony Thorpe: Major interview with this UK Bass legend – from 400 Blows
to the KLF to dubstep

* Who Killed Michael Smith?: The tragic story of the legendary dub poet, with contributions
from Linton Kwesi Johnson and Dennis Bovell

* Young Warrior and Joe Ariwa: The sons of Jah Shaka and Mad Professor on the
next generation of UK Dub

* Sci-Fi and Reggae: Rastas in space, reggae producers looking to the stars…

* The last days of Studio One: Ron Vester, Studio One’s official photographer, talks
to us about his time with Coxsone Dodd

* Dubkasm: Teachings in Dub by way of Bristol and Brazil

* Hessle Audio: Ramadanman and Ben UFO step up

* YT: In depth look at the Born Inna Babylon album

* Hot Gal Commandments

* Colin Tubb: First episode of a new cartoon series

* Memories of Eek A Mouse

* Reviews

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Woofah issue 4 – OUT NOW!

Available here for EUR 5.00

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