1. Photo: Martha and the Vandellas in London, 1966

    (via browngirlinorange)

     
  2. ‘The African Communist’, Inkululeko Publications, London, 1977. Printed in the German Democratic Republic.

    (Source: radicalarchive)

     
  3. West Indian immigrants arrive in London, after their journey from Southampton Docks (Photo by Haywood Magee, 1956)

    (Source: thelondonwelost, via amakacamille)

     
  4. Bagga, vocalist with Matumbi Hackney London 1978 

    Photograph by Syd Shelton

    More amazing images here: http://www.autograph-abp.co.uk/C.aspx?

     
  5. BLACK PANTHER ART: EMORY DOUGLAS

    London retrospective of Emory Douglas’ highly political and iconic visual branding from the 60s-80s. 

    THE ICONIC EMORY DOUGLAS @ THE OUTSIDERS GALLERY

    I can’t describe what meeting him means to me. I’m good for the year.

    Catch the exhibition if you can :

    http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/11138/1/black-panther-art-emory-douglas

    (Source: mag-op)

     
  6. Future Sound (2010. Dir: Jamie Whitby & Rachel Lob-levyt)

    Future Sound is a short documentary that looks into a small cross section of London’s forward-thinking underground dance music scene, exploring some of the things that define and affect it as it moves into a new age of digital innovation. 

    Featuring interviews with Roska, Scratcha DVA, Blackdown, Mark Fisher, and Lisa Blanning, plus footage from a live SBTRKT DJ set.