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The Dub Reggae Ice-Cream Truck

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The Dub Reggae Ice-Cream Truck

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The Dub Reggae Ice-Cream Truck

The Dub Reggae Ice-Cream Truck

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Day to Day technology contributor Xeni Jardin rides with Aurelito and Shakespeare, two Los Angeles-based reggae disc jockeys who have converted an old ice-cream truck into a mobile sound system.

Rolling dub reggae DJs Shakespeare, left, and Aurelito relax at a cafe in the Silverlake district of Los Angeles. Xeni Jardin for NPR hide caption

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Aurelito and Shakespeare's Dub

Hear full-length cuts from the duo's self-produced CD, 'Milk 'n' Honey':

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