In the media
Jamaica Observer: Reggae, Windrush connection on show in London
Music 29 November 2018
The article described how the Bass Culture 70/50 exhibition showcased the ways modern Britain has been shaped by Jamaican music, particularly from the Windrush generation. It was presented by Bass Culture Research, a three-year project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Talking about the exhibition, Mykaell Riley said: “This is the story of the soundtrack to multiculturalism, a hidden history that is still impacting on new music.”
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