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Sound System Culture, Celebrating Huddersfield's Sound Systems
The market town of Huddersfield, nestled within the Pennine Hills of West Yorkshire, has made a remarkable contribution to UK sound system culture. From Armagideon to Zion InnaVision, the Arawak club to Venn Street, Matamp to Valv-a-tron, this unlikely location has been a stronghold of the British scene, yet has remained largely overlooked. For the first time in print and featuring a wealth of previously unseen archive material, this book celebrates the people who helped establish Huddersfield as the reggae and sound system capital of northern England.
Concept by Mandeep Samra
Written by Paul Huxtable
Edited and designed by Al Fingers / Al Newman Design
Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England. Accompanies a touring exhibition and documentary.
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First edition, 1 July 2014
257 × 288 mm, 128 pp, hardback
47 colour photographs / 29 black & white photographs
£19.99 / $34.99
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Sound System Culture