No Pop, No Style
Formally the influential Roots & Culture, Keith Marley launches a new show called No Pop No Style, after his monthly residency in the Kazimier Garden.
Keith Marley's Roots and Culture radio show is strictly reggae, with each show dedicated to selecting tunes from across the various branches and offshoots of the pioneering genre.
Mainly known for spinning reggae and dancehall, Keith often ventures into funk, hip-hop, drum & bass, and deep house. His residencies include The Magnet, The Camel Club, The Shipping Forecast, Yard at District and Krasnapolsky in Copenhagen, playing alongside the likes of Don Letts, DJ Vadim, Andy Smith, Big Youth, Dillinger and Julian Marley. Keith also plays a number of festivals including Positive Vibration Festival of Reggae, Africa Oyé, both of which are based in Liverpool, and Soirée47 in South West France.