Trojan Soho Radio Take-Over

Trojan Soho Radio Take-Over

Throughout the first week of December, Trojan stalwarts, Laurence Cane-Honeysett and Max Norlin (pictured above with Mykaell Riley of the Black Music Research Unit) were let loose in the Soho Radio studios in central London to present 10 two-hour ‘Tighten...
Trojan Records Wins Inspiration Q Award

Trojan Records Wins Inspiration Q Award

Back stage at the Q Awards (from left to right): Dave Barker, Chips Richards, Laurence Cane-Honeysett, Bunny Lee, Max Norlin and Locksley Gitchie   Trojan Records received the Inspiration Award at this year’s prestigious Q Awards, held at the Roundhouse in...
The Digital Fix “Essential Viewing” Rudeboy Review

The Digital Fix “Essential Viewing” Rudeboy Review

Some events just unavoidably collide and the 50 year celebration of Trojan Records arrives at the same time as the Windrush scandal (which is far from over) and during a period when multiculturalism is under a sustained attack from agenda driven groups.Rudeboy: The...
Set The Tape ‘Rude Boy’ Review

Set The Tape ‘Rude Boy’ Review

Ending my sixth day of this year’s Festival on an inarguable high note was the world premiere of Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records, Pulse Films and director Nicolas Jack Davies’ documentary about the groundbreaking British record label that brought Ska and Reggae...