Black Symbol

This eponymous album from the relatively little-known British reggae band may at last succeed in connecting this vital music to a wider audience. Although Black Symbol’s self-released output in the early 1980s was supported by numerous local performances, and was enthusiastically received by their following in the West Midlands, it never reached much beyond this. […]

Capital Letters: Wolverhampton

It’s been a mighty long time since Capital Letters released their ode to ‘Smoking My Ganja’ in the reggae/punk heyday of late-70s Britain, but the Wolverhampton wanderers now return with a brand new album named after their home town. Comprising fourteen tracks it is almost certainly the only album ever to feature a song called […]