Nothing spells Summer like some good old fashioned reggae wafting through the air, beating on your eardrums with its sunkissed rhythms as you sup a Rum Punch (or other ice old beverage for that matter). We felt the warm stroke of the sun calling for some worship, so decided to make damn sure that at Land of Kings there was some heat-vibes to kick back to. Thankfully Reggae Roast are just the (airplane) ticket to bring the sun. Since forming in 2007 they’ve forged an iron rep as the leading light in the resurgence of the UK Dub / Reggae scene, combining the label, events and flawless sound system to form a cultural leviathan. Their Jamdown nights have welcomed The Wallers, Lee Scratch Perry, Sly and Robbie, Collie Budz, Mad Professor, David Rodigan and tons more through its impassioned doors. At Land of Kings they’ll be rolling their bass-y bronzed beats through the airwaves on Dalston Roof Park, soundtracking your freeze-frame-moments as you kick back, soak up some rays, and laze a couple of hours away looking over the Dalston skyline before the sun sets. While you count down the days, whack on one of their mixes, turn it up loud, let the bass rattle your bones, and feel that riddim.