Back in 1977, Kingston trio Culture released Two Sevens Clash, arguably one of the most important reggae albums ever made. Produced by the great Joe Gibbs, the title track’s grim but bass-heavy prediction for the apocalypse – on 7/7/77 – was a huge hit in Jamaica and also in England. (It was such a phenomenon that lots of Jamaicans stayed home that day, just in case.) The original trio parted ways in 1981, but singer Joe Hill kept the name and continued performing as Culture until his death in 2006. Now his son Kenyatta is carrying on, with the help of original member Albert Walker and longtime member Telford Nelson.