Death in Paradise

Two of our catalogue tracks featured in this hit BBC One series – Blessed Love

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Death in Paradise (Series 5)

We are thrilled to have received confirmation that a track from our catalogue will be featured in the hit BBC TV series Death in Paradise

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Rhythmites album ‘Integration’

Rhythmites from Bath, UK have agreed to publish their soon to be rereleased album ‘Integration’ on Archive Publishing Ltd.


The album will be released in September on the Bristol Archive Records imprint

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Jashwha Moses

Archive Publishing picks up the new Jashwha album ‘The Rising’ release date June 2015

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Black Symbol

Archive publishing are delighted to confirm that we have secured the publishing on the Black Symbol Anthology album scheduled for March 2015 release along side the brand new 2015 Capital Letters album.


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Daleth Karl

Young Birmingham singer songwriter Daleth Karl has assigned the publishing on his new single ‘People’ co written with Christopher Potter from Bristol to Archive Publishing.

The track is currently being mixed by Rob Smith (RSD / Smith & Mighty) with alternative dub versions being mixed by David (Oldwah) Sandford,

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Black Symbol – New Album ‘Journey’

Fatman the leader of Birmingham reggae band Black Symbol has assigned the publishing rights on his new album ‘Journey’ to Archive publishing. The album is released Jan 27th

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Capital Letters sign the publishing on their album ‘Reality’ to the Archive


 14 Track CD, Limited Edition Vinyl and Digital Download. Released 10th February 2014.

Reggae Archive Records launched with an album fromBirminghamband Eclipse and we’ve always planned to return to British Reggae Midlands’s heartland, home to so many great bands and source of so many great records. We got our chance to return to the Black Country when we were contacted byWolverhampton’s Capital Letters and so the Reggae Archive team embarked on the journey north, up the M5 where we enjoyed the hospitality of the band’s JB and his wife Rose. We returned toBristolbearing treasure, several reels of tape and a fantastic scrapbook full of photos and press clippings that Rose had lovingly compiled and kept safe.

Unfortunately, for various reasons, several of the recordings were unusable whilst other tapes contained the unmixed multi-track masters. We really wanted to tell the story of Capital Letters in their own words and so we gave the unmixed multi-tracks to Dave ‘Oldwah’ Sandford who did such a good job mixing vintage tracks on the album “Reminisce” byBristolband Vibes. The results of our efforts are a brand new, yet vintage, 14 track Capital Letters album from 1985, the year everything was recorded. Five of the tracks are the band’s original 1985 mixes, one track is a live recording and the other eight are newly mixed from the original session tapes.

The music itself has something of a roots edge with title track “Reality” and “No Jobs” both having strong messages. There is also an entirely new mix of the bands breakthrough hit “Smoking My Ganja” which is completed with its dub version whilst “Reality” comes with both original and ‘Oldwah’ vocals and dubs. The other tracks take a different direction and emphasise how versatile the band were.

Having originally formed in 1971 just for the fun of playing, Wolverhampton’s Capital Letters were one of theUK’s first Reggae bands.

They enjoyed huge popularity and success during the late seventies and early eighties both within theUK, becoming firm favourites of BBC Radio 1′s John Peel, and further afield inEuropewhere they undertook pioneering tours and built up a strong Continental fan base. The tracks on this album represent the last recordings from that classic line-up.

In addition to the previously unreleased music, the package contains extensive sleeve notes telling the story of the band based on interviews with original members and fully illustrated with archive photos, posters and other ephemera thanks to Rose Brown and her precious scrapbook that she kept safe for so many years. This release helps to document another piece in the often untold story of British Reggae.

Released on 10th February 2014 Capital Letters “Reality” is available on CD, limited edition vinyl, (featuring an exclusive track),  and digital download, available from all good retailers and direct from Reggae Archive Records.

ARTIST: Capital Letters

TITLE: Reality

RELEASE DATE: 10th February 2014

LABEL / DISTRIBUTION: Reggae Archive Records / Shellshock

FORMAT:  CD, Vinyl and Digital Download


BARCODE: 5052571052228 / 5052571052310

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Fishfood vs The Birth of Sharon

Howard Purse signs the Fishfood and The Birth of Sharon publishing to Archive Publishing for the Feb 2014 released album ‘Andy Fairley’

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Talisman – I-Surrection Album

Dennison Joseph and Bekele Sengor sign their publishing to Archive Publishing for their new album I-Surrection – OUT NOW!

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