British indie kids, white and black and Punjabi alike, really do love their reggae, God bless 'em. For 25 years now, U.K. art- & slop-rockers have been recording bedroom hymns to the power of blown speaker bins and that dippity-dippity-doo dub bass. Cod-dub is the Brit-indie default option: get any half-assed Wobble-y groove going and pile on the grungy noise, silty noise, chiming noise, rhythmic noise, whatever. And if it doesn't take, hey no worries, mate—do another version. It's just a seven-inch anyway;... More >>>