Sheffield’s musical heritage is a long and varied one. From rock to Britpop to strange stuff on synthesisers it has left something of an imprint on the national consciousness.
However, reggae is one form of music that doesn’t spring immediately to mind when you think of steel city.
Not that there is no scene, it has just tended to stay underground.
But for one man changing continents has led to a new lease of life, both personally and rhythmically.