AMJ Collective is a group of musicians from the UK, Cuba and Colombia exploring reggae music in a refreshing way. Fired by the drum and bass duo of Andy Clarke and Mark Spence and produced by John Hollis, the band is fronted by the female trio of Oriana Melissa, Chanty and Maria del Mar.

Dub Maestro Rob Smith is no stranger to innovative sonic adventures, a Bristol man who emerged from the reggae scene of the 80s as a guitarist and engineer, later developing his craft as a producer, DJ and re-mixer. Known for his work in Smith & Mighty and More Rockers…

Jonathan Lane joined the BBC in 1979, plying his craft as an engineer for ten years with Radios 1, 2, 3 and 4 and network TV, working with many major artists and producers as well as presenters from John Peel and Paul Gambaccini to Kenny Everett and Terry Wogan. In 1989 he left the BBC and set up…

AMJ LP for release on Record Store Day in France and the UK April 22nd 2017

“Whenever I see the name AMJ Collective I know I’m going to be in for something special, something different, something unique.” DAVID RODIGAN MBE  BBC 1XTRA “Un art de dub …

DEBUT ALBUM – AMJ-RSD COLLABORATION

AMJ meets RSD New album SKY BLUE LOVE We are happy to be rolling out the debut album from the AMJ-RSD collaboration. A 15 track journey through chapters of dub …