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Woofah Magazine

Issue #2

Label: WOOFAH
Genre: MAGAZINE
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Format: Mag
Released: Mar 2008
Catalogue Number: WOOFAHISSUE2
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woofah magazine - Issue #2

The freshest riddim rag around returns for a second issue, covering all you need to know about reggae, dubstep and grime with textual contributions from a plethora of scene heads and genius photography from Georgina Cook aka Drumsofthesouth. This issue features a large interview with grime saviour Durrty Goodz, toasting legend Tippa Irie, hardcore heroes Shut up and dance, and the very on form Scuba, chatting about his forthcoming album, alongside the essential reviews section. In this day and age of the blogosphere and message boards/forums etc. it's seriously refreshing to have some proper printed words in your hand, and in it's dinky A5 format it's perfect for killing time on boring bus journeys and the like. There really isn't anything else around that can touch this mag for the quality and depth of the articles and the coverage of these highly productive and constantly evolving scenes, so we gotta say big ups to the Woofah crew, we urge you to check this out ASAP.

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