LMK - Highlights (Dibyz Music)

After her successful 2015 debut 'Musical Garden', LMK returns with 'Highlights'.

The Expanders - Old Time Something Come Back Again Vol. 1 & 2 (Easy Star Records)

Five years after their cover-album 'Old Time Something Come Back Again Vol.

Double Tiger - Sharp & Ready (Easy Star Records)

Jay Spaker aka Double Tiger is best known as one half of Tour De Force, founder of the Dub Stuy Records label and his work with John Brown's Body, but with 'Sharp & Ready' he now also presents his first solo effort.

ComboNations - Dunya (Pias/Heilo)

Sometimes the name of a project already tells the whole story, and that's certainly true in the case of ComboNations.

King Jammy - Waterhouse Dub (Greensleeves)

For 'Waterhouse Dub', King Jammy took to the studio again in the company of his sons, Jam Two, John John and Baby G.

The Souljazz Orchestra - Under Burning Skies (Strut Records)

For this new long player Canadian band The Souljazz Orchestra clearly drew on the nineteen eighties for inspiration.

Trio Da Kali and Kronos Quartet-Ladilikan (World Circuit Records)

For 'Ladilakan' (Bambara for "words of advice") World Circuit brought together West African Trio Da Kali with the San Francisco based Kronos Quartet.

Gentleman's Dub Club - Dubtopia (Easy Star Records)

With 2015's 'The Big Smoke', Gentleman's Dub Club paid tribute to the English capital, but for the aptly titled 'Dubtopia', the nine-piece band from Leeds created a made-up paradise of their own.

Exile Di Brave - Exile Di Brave meets Black Star EP (Black Star Foundation)

Following 2015's 'Black Star presents Vivian Jones', Dutch Black Star Foundation now joined forces with Exile Di Brave for 'Exile Di Brave meets Black Star'.

Togo All Stars - Togo All Stars (Excelsior Recordings)

For many people, the Togolese music scene may still be somewhat of a blind spot in the West African musical landscape; the country is sandwiched between Ghana, Benin and Nigeria, and for their sound, Togo All Stars mix together highlife, vodun and afrobeat into an irresistible stew.

Pura Vida & Bleue - Into The Blue (Lost Ark Music)

For 'Into The Blue' the pride of Belgian reggae, Pura Vida, this time didn't join forces with an illustrious reggae veteran, but instead opted for a collaboration with young Jamaican talent Bleue (real name Chantelle Smith).

New Kingston - A Kingston Story: Come From Far (Easy Star Records)

After 2015's 'Kingston City', giving the band international momentum, family unit (brothers Stephen, Courtney Jr.

Various Artists - Reggae Sunjam (Dub-O-Phonic)

For the past two years, Reggae Sunjam Festival has been Cyprus' biggest reggae event.

Hugh Mundell - Africa Must Be Free By 1983 (Greensleeves)

In their series of reissues for the occasion of the label's 40th anniversary, this time Greensleeves presents the Hugh Mundell classic 'Africa Must Be Free By 1983'.

Alborosie - Freedom In Dub (Greensleeves)

Just as was the case predecessor 'Sound The System', with 'Freedom In Dub' Alborosie now also presents a dub version of his latest album 'Freedom & Fyah'.

Mellow Mark - Nomade (Digital Dissidenz/Self-published)

We might only be discovering him now, but for Berlin-born Mark Schlumberger aka Mellow Mark, 'Nomade' is already his eighth long player to date.

The Movers - Kansas City (Soundway Records)

With 'Kansas City', Soundway Records signs for the reissue of an almost unfindable piece of South African vinyl from 1979.

Msafiri Zawose - Uhamiaji (Soundway Records)

'Uhamiaji' sprouted from the collaboration of producer Sam Jones with Msafiri Zawose, son of icon of the Tanzanian Wagogo music Hukwe Zawose.

Meridian Brothers - ¿Donde Estas Maria? (Soundway Records)

Meridian Brothers, the musical playground of Colombian singer and guitarist Eblis Alvarez returns with '¿Donde Estas Maria?'.

Gogol Bordello - Seekers And Finders (Casa Gogol Records/Cooking Vinyl)

At just under 40 minutes, 'Seekers And Finders' may be the first Gogol Bordello album in about four years, it's also the eleventh album by the gypsy punk band around charismatic front man Eugene Hütz.