Stubborn Records has re-released founder King Django's Roots and Culture album. Django himself remixed and remastered it, adding three bonus tracks and a couple of dub tracks. The unique sound of the project is attributed to a "definitive mixture of authentic Jamaican ska and reggae with Jewish culture and music." The release will be available at the beginning of November. Django, former frontman of Skinnerbox and the Stubborn All-Stars, recently relaunched his Version City Clubhouse sets in NYC.
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