Barry Ashworth on Totally Wired Radio

We have a very exciting Totally Wired Radio show lined up tomorrow (Thursday 24) as we are joined by the one and only Barry Ashworth.
In the run up to Dub Pistols eighth studio album ‘Addict’, Barry’s mix is dedicated to the artists who have worked with the band from Gregory Isaacs to Horace Andy . Not to be missed this one.
It’s business as usual for the first hour where we’ll be spinning the latest Sunday Best releases, plus excellent music from SAULT, Cocteau Twins, Crack Cloud, Suzanne Kraft and more!
12 – 2pm 🎧
Tune in here >
Pre-Order ‘Addict’ here >

Barry Ashworth’s Flying Circus

Morning all!
Just under 2 weeks till the big day!
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(Sunday Best Recordings)

Festival circuit favourites blend reggae, punk and drum n bass.


Eighth album blends jungle and dub with punk influences as the band recently covered The Clash’s ‘Bankrobber’. Frontman Barry Ashworth recorded over three albums worth of songs to whittle the best down to this record which took two years to complete. The band collaborate with emerging talents Natty Campbell and Gardna as well as Bodysnatchers Rhoda Dakar on the anti-racist anthem ‘Stand Together’. Their message of hope rings loud. All eleven tracks have a feature artist and ‘Addict’ opens the album with Cheshire Cat. Later ‘Old Skool’ includes Horseman and ‘Two Generals’ features Ragga Twins. This LP follows 2017’s ‘Crazy Diamonds’ (UK Independent chart Top 5 album). During recording, Dub Pistols tragically lost one of their most prominent members, Will Hensel and this album is a tribute to, and celebration of him. Drum & bass, hip-hop, ska, dub and punk combine in these uplifting tracks. Dub Pistols formed in 1996 but show no signs of slowing down. My album of the year.

Paula Frost


This Saturday night (29/08/20) Barry will be streaming a live DJ set as part of Maui Waui Festival crowdfunder.

As with many events in 2020, Covid-19 has hit the Suffolk based team hard, so they are putting on this free online crowdfunding festival to help them get through such a challenging period.

Click the button below to head to the facebook page for more info and tune into Barry’s set at 21:30 UK time.


Cool Out Son on BBC6 Music

Massive thank you to Tom Robinson for his continued support on BBC6 Music.
Tom played our latest single “Cool Out Son” feat Lindy Layton on his show last Saturday.
You can listen back here