1. Record Shopping at Rockers International – Kingston, Jamaica.

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    The folks at Sevens Clash recently spent a week in Kingston, Jamaica documenting music, art, sports and street culture, and they now share their experiences via words and a wealth of beautiful photos. Descending on Orange Street – a/k/a “Beat Street” – the once-bustling main strip of the Jamaican music industry, writer Sean Stewart and photographer Alexander Richter stop in at Rockers International, the late reggae legend Augustus Pablo‘s record shop (which is still owned by his family), to soak in the atmosphere. Check the thumbnails above for a quick sampling of images, and head over to Sevens Clash for many more photos and the full article.


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