The Museum of London is celebrating the history and the influence that dub music has had on London over the last 50 years with the Dub London: Bassline of a City exhibition. The display charts the way dub has impacted other genres like drum & bass, garage, hip hop and punk, as well as its links to fashion, spirituality and community. The exhibition features a range of objects and stories from some of the most iconic people involved in dub, including a Channel One Sound System speaker stack, a bespoke record shop created with Papa Face of Dub Vendor Reggae Specialist, and a record selection curated in collaboration with some of the best indie record shops in town.

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2nd October 2020 - 31st January 2021
150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN, UK