Shake-A-Leg Sound System Special

kili_131116_shakealeg_vorschau.jpg2Shake-A-Leg Crew:
Don Rockshah
Rimshot Selecta
Dr. Jekyll
Jah Markus & Bredda Henry

Vokü von Yabby You


Wiesenweg 5-7
Nähe S-Bhf Ostkreuz

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Greater Sounds

1382417_526376610782215_1271055352_nGreater Sounds
Early Reggae, Rocksteady, Deep Roots
Samstag, 14. Dezember 2013
23–6:30 Kili, Wiesenweg 5-9, 10317 Berlin

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The Abyssinians In Euskal Herria

Abyssinians 2011 Die Abyssinians können live einiges und sind jetzt, veranstaltet von Brixton Records, im Baskenland zu sehen.

jueves, 20.06.2013, 21:00
sala SONORA BILBAO (Erandio)
Anticipada: 15 € (Brixton Denda, Power Records, Streetwarriors,, brixton denda on-line) – Taquilla: 18 €

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Mesmerizing Eeek A Mouse

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Shake A Leg For Freedom

back_webDrei Soundsystems auf zwei Floors, VoKü und mehr.

@ the Soundsytem Floor:
MoonBass hi+fi meets Graograman HiFi + Special Guest: KING DAVID
inna “Roots Reggae / Steppas Dub” STYLE

@ the Rocksteady Lounge:
Freedom Fighter Soundsystem present
Goldfinger, Peculia Man und Dr. Jekyll
inna “Rocksteady / Jamaican Ska / Reggae” FASHION

@ Kili Wiesenweg 5-7 / Berlin, S-Bhf Ostkreuz @ 23.3. — 22 pm

Mehr Infos auf FB.

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Anthems Of Hope: Taj Weekes

melancholic, despairing and hopeful, first class conscious Roots Reggae with wailing organ, heavy rhythms, dreamy vocals, and a message

hatte ich mal über Taj Weekes geschrieben. Hier ist das neue Video vom Album “A Waterlogged Soul Kitchen”. Professioneller und leider etwas weichgespült im Vergleich zu tunes wie “Hollow Display” (charmant-dilettantisches Video hier), das fette, blubbernde “Angry Language” oder “Orphans Cry“, trotzdem noch sehr gut.

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From Jamaica With Love

Im Record Collector ist eine wunderhübsch aufgemachte Liste mit 10 Toptunes pro Jahr, das Jamaica unabhängig ist, erschienen. Die Auswahl ist nett und die Preise wirken realistisch, was an der Mitarbeit von Michael de Koningh und Mike Atherton liegen dürfte.

Jamaica was declared independent on 6 August 1962. Celebrations of the nation’s 50th birthday – in typically exuberant style – have been going on all year. Despite the best efforts of its athletes, writers, artists, chefs, comedians and actors, and the legions of less celebrated but no less vital figures who have exported their labour worldwide, there is no doubt that it’s the music of the island that has really made Jamaica’s mark on the world.

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Reggae Fever: Elvis Presley Fari

Incredible Boss Sounds. The King does Rock Steady and deep Roots. Wait til you hear “Crying in the chapel”. Via.

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Dancehall Journey: Neues Von Ken Boothe

Der Jamaica Observer berichtet über Ken Boothe neues Album:

SINGER Ken Boothe is getting ready to release Journey, his latest album. Recorded and produced at his Kingston home studio, the album, according to Boothe, is a statement on his life. [...] Known to most fans as a rocksteady and lovers rock artiste, Boothe goes contemporary, trying some dancehall on Journey. “There is nothing wrong with dancehall music. It’s a 80/20 thing,” he said. According to Boothe, 80 per cent of the genre is good, but the problem is the 20 per cent. “That 20 per cent can mess you up,” he said.

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Tarrus Riley: Forthcoming LP On Peckings

Jamaica’s greatest new artist of the last couple of years is going to release a LP on Peckings, soon. I guess the tunes are going to be similar to what Tarrus did for Peckings on 7″ (Chocolate, on the “Hold on” rhythm by the Maytals, Leslie Kong production).

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