Tomas Palermo

DJ Youngsta

Taking the next dubstep
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London's DJ Youngsta would much rather be heard than seen. Even at his recent spotlight guest DJ appearance on Mary Anne Hobbs's top-rated BBC Radio 1 electronic program, Youngsta uttered nary a word. Known as dubstep's most peerless and perfectionist technical mixer, Yunx — as his friends casually call him — lets the tunes do the talking. Read more »

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How Lloyd "King Jammy" James changed dancehall and triggered the genre's '80s evolution
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"We ram dancehall and cork party / Papa Jammy in your area."

Johnny Osbourne

The 1980s was a turbulent decade in Jamaica. Government control had shifted from Michael Manley's socialist-leaning People's National Party to Edward Seaga's free market–oriented Jamaican Labour Party. Read more »

Boys? What boys?

Boyskout's leader Leslie Satterfield sets the Mission camp aflame
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I meet bandleader, videographer, and Mission District indie icon Leslie Satterfield at Ritual café on a summer evening as she walks up Valencia Street looking weather-beaten and weary from her recent travels. Is she just back from a cross-country tour, I wonder? No, she was precisely where you'd expect the guitarist from Boyskout to have been: camping. Read more »