Shella Records

Review in The Perlich Post

Great review by verteran digger/journalist Tim Perlich:

“…don’t sleep on this one. With celebrity UK broadcaster Gilles Peterson already hyping it  like a new Galliano joint on Brownswood, the entire pressing run may sell out before word spreads to dealers that there’s also a documentary film in the works.”

Release Party!

Join us for the Record release party, April 4th in Toronto! The party’s at double double land in Kensington Market, Toronto – hope to see you there.

Facebook Event: Launch Party Toronto!

Review in Exclaim magazine

Jamaican Fruit of African Roots has been reviewed in Exclaim magazine.

“Expertly cut at Berlin’s famed Dubplates & Mastering, Jamaican Fruit is a unique musical curiosity rescued from the brink of obscurity and a must for reggae collectors.”

Click here to read more!

Sheila Rickards played on BBC

Met Gilles Peterson in October 2012 at Toronto’s famed Cosmos Records. He loved the track and has played it twice now as the opening track for his weekly BBC 6 Radio show – in November and again in February.

BBC Radio 6 Music – Gilles Peterson,
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