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As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


Jep and Dep are Jessica Cassar and Darren Cross (Gerling/Darren Cross Solo) a folk-noir, country twanged duo from Sydne
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
Lolo Lovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Romani-Gypsy singer Sarah Bedak & Serbian Gypsy guitarist and drummer Nenad Radic. Sarah & Nenad source the best musicians from around the Globe to work on their musical, recording, performance and theatre projects. Lolo play up-close, acoustic & intimate at the Django Bar, featuring Aria Award winning trumpet player Vladamir Khusid, dynamite saxophonist and piano player Leonid Beshlei, the best Serbian Gypsy rhythm guitarist in this hemisphere Nenad Radic and the sultry, authentic Gypsy vocals of front woman Sarah Bedak.
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


LoloLovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Roma
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


LoloLovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Roma
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


Jep and Dep are Jessica Cassar and Darren Cross (Gerling/Darren Cross Solo) a folk-noir, country twanged duo from Sydne
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


LoloLovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Roma
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
Lolo Lovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Romani-Gypsy singer Sarah Bedak & Serbian Gypsy guitarist and drummer Nenad Radic. Sarah & Nenad source the best musicians from around the Globe to work on their musical, recording, performance and theatre projects. Lolo play up-close, acoustic & intimate at the Django Bar, featuring Aria Award winning trumpet player Vladamir Khusid, dynamite saxophonist and piano player Leonid Beshlei, the best Serbian Gypsy rhythm guitarist in this hemisphere Nenad Radic and the sultry, authentic Gypsy vocals of front woman Sarah Bedak.
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
For some unfathomable reason Spectrum hasnt played in Sydney for an awfully long time, to the point that some of our audience might not be aware that Spectrum still exists. Mind you, Facebook fairly exploded when Bill Putt, my musical buddy for forty-four years, died suddenly in August of last year and a crowd of 1500 from all points round Australia turned up to his memorial, so clearly a lot of people still remember Spectrum with some fondness. Despite not playing in Sydney of late, Spectrum has been constantly treading the musical highways and by-ways round Oz and further afield since Ill Be Gone (Someday Ill have money) reached the No. 1 position on the charts back in 1971. (Remember charts?) Along the way thereve been personnel and name changes, but weve been called Spectrum again since the late nineties and Im comfortable with that. So, what does the Spectrum of today look, and perhaps more importantly, sound like in 2014? Well, todays Spectrum still sounds like a band, mostly because, apart from newb
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
For some unfathomable reason Spectrum hasnt played in Sydney for an awfully long time, to the point that some of our audience might not be aware that Spectrum still exists. Mind you, Facebook fairly exploded when Bill Putt, my musical buddy for forty-four years, died suddenly in August of last year and a crowd of 1500 from all points round Australia turned up to his memorial, so clearly a lot of people still remember Spectrum with some fondness. Despite not playing in Sydney of late, Spectrum has been constantly treading the musical highways and by-ways round Oz and further afield since Ill Be Gone (Someday Ill have money) reached the No. 1 position on the charts back in 1971. (Remember charts?) Along the way thereve been personnel and name changes, but weve been called Spectrum again since the late nineties and Im comfortable with that. So, what does the Spectrum of today look, and perhaps more importantly, sound like in 2014? Well, todays Spectrum still sounds like a band, mostly because, apart from newb
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
For some unfathomable reason Spectrum hasnt played in Sydney for an awfully long time, to the point that some of our audience might not be aware that Spectrum still exists. Mind you, Facebook fairly exploded when Bill Putt, my musical buddy for forty-four years, died suddenly in August of last year and a crowd of 1500 from all points round Australia turned up to his memorial, so clearly a lot of people still remember Spectrum with some fondness. Despite not playing in Sydney of late, Spectrum has been constantly treading the musical highways and by-ways round Oz and further afield since Ill Be Gone (Someday Ill have money) reached the No. 1 position on the charts back in 1971. (Remember charts?) Along the way thereve been personnel and name changes, but weve been called Spectrum again since the late nineties and Im comfortable with that. So, what does the Spectrum of today look, and perhaps more importantly, sound like in 2014? Well, todays Spectrum still sounds like a band, mostly because, apart from newb
(Camelot Lounge )


LoloLovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Roma
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


Jep and Dep are Jessica Cassar and Darren Cross (Gerling/Darren Cross Solo) a folk-noir, country twanged duo from Sydne
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


Jep and Dep are Jessica Cassar and Darren Cross (Gerling/Darren Cross Solo) a folk-noir, country twanged duo from Sydne
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


LoloLovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Roma
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


BAKOOMBA @ CAMELOT LOUNGE - Marrickville - Friday 24-Oct-2014 7:30 PM
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


LoloLovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Roma
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


LoloLovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Roma
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


Just A Little Kingston Carnival W/ Shy FX (Exclusive Reggae & Jungle Set) Stamina MC, Prince Fatty & Reggae Roast
We've been around the block a bit the past few years, bringing you cosmic disco, 80s throwbacks, Hip Hop legends and latin masters, disco divas and big room superstars - But we haven't forgotten our roots, and our roots are...well, roots. Whether you are
(allevents.in/Leeds)


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
For some unfathomable reason Spectrum hasnt played in Sydney for an awfully long time, to the point that some of our audience might not be aware that Spectrum still exists. Mind you, Facebook fairly exploded when Bill Putt, my musical buddy for forty-four years, died suddenly in August of last year and a crowd of 1500 from all points round Australia turned up to his memorial, so clearly a lot of people still remember Spectrum with some fondness. Despite not playing in Sydney of late, Spectrum has been constantly treading the musical highways and by-ways round Oz and further afield since Ill Be Gone (Someday Ill have money) reached the No. 1 position on the charts back in 1971. (Remember charts?) Along the way thereve been personnel and name changes, but weve been called Spectrum again since the late nineties and Im comfortable with that. So, what does the Spectrum of today look, and perhaps more importantly, sound like in 2014? Well, todays Spectrum still sounds like a band, mostly because, apart from newb
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
For some unfathomable reason Spectrum hasnt played in Sydney for an awfully long time, to the point that some of our audience might not be aware that Spectrum still exists. Mind you, Facebook fairly exploded when Bill Putt, my musical buddy for forty-four years, died suddenly in August of last year and a crowd of 1500 from all points round Australia turned up to his memorial, so clearly a lot of people still remember Spectrum with some fondness. Despite not playing in Sydney of late, Spectrum has been constantly treading the musical highways and by-ways round Oz and further afield since Ill Be Gone (Someday Ill have money) reached the No. 1 position on the charts back in 1971. (Remember charts?) Along the way thereve been personnel and name changes, but weve been called Spectrum again since the late nineties and Im comfortable with that. So, what does the Spectrum of today look, and perhaps more importantly, sound like in 2014? Well, todays Spectrum still sounds like a band, mostly because, apart from newb
(Camelot Lounge )


2007 - HDB005 - LV feat. ERROL BELLOT & DAN DE LION - GLOBETROTTING/ TAKEOVER DUB
Hyperdub new recruits L.V. deliver probably the most effortless and summery roots reggae/dubstep hybrid to date with the A. side Globetrotting featuring the sweet vocal tones of Errol Bellot. L.V. consists of four South East London musicians/producers whose earthy sound, heavy bass, tight programming and lush vocal collaborations is a welcome reality check in an era of cod reggae lightweights.The name Errol Bellot first burst onto the reggae scene in 1981. He began recording for S & G Records - one of the main recording studios for established artists like Carol Thompson, Sugar Minott and Winston Reedy. After leaving S and G records, he went on to voice many tracks for the legendary Jah Tubbys (www.jahtubbys.co.uk). In the middle of the eighties Errol joined Unity Sound from North London. He returned from a break in the early nineties to sing on the prestigious sound King Original. He has worked throughout England with the likes of Daddy Freddie, Devon,Colourman, Wayne Marshall and also toured the Caribbe
(Hyperdub Records)


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
For some unfathomable reason Spectrum hasnt played in Sydney for an awfully long time, to the point that some of our audience might not be aware that Spectrum still exists. Mind you, Facebook fairly exploded when Bill Putt, my musical buddy for forty-four years, died suddenly in August of last year and a crowd of 1500 from all points round Australia turned up to his memorial, so clearly a lot of people still remember Spectrum with some fondness. Despite not playing in Sydney of late, Spectrum has been constantly treading the musical highways and by-ways round Oz and further afield since Ill Be Gone (Someday Ill have money) reached the No. 1 position on the charts back in 1971. (Remember charts?) Along the way thereve been personnel and name changes, but weve been called Spectrum again since the late nineties and Im comfortable with that. So, what does the Spectrum of today look, and perhaps more importantly, sound like in 2014? Well, todays Spectrum still sounds like a band, mostly because, apart from newb
(Camelot Lounge )


2006 - HYPCD001 - KODE9 & THE SPACEAPE - MEMORIES OF THE FUTURE
After the widely acclaimed Burial debut album, Hyperdub throw out another tangential long player, a mutant satellite to the grime/dubstep scenes, this time from label boss Kode9 and resident vocalist Spaceape. Memories of the Future features 14 dread filled flash-backs and flash-forwards from a world trembling in an echology of fear. The future has collapsed in on the present and spaceship earth is on route to nowhere. The album brings together the long sought after Hyperdub debut single 'Sine of the Dub' from early 2004 with other minor classics such as 'Kingstown', recent singles 'Backward' and '9 Samurai' and 10 new tracks of uneasy, sometimes queasy listening. Time scrambling dubtronic poet, Spaceape circulates around the lyrical black hole he calls home with tales of cultural addiction, urban paralysis, bioterror, smoldering flesh and psycho-affective meltdown. Yet they manage to conjure up a strange joy in these hallucinations of dystopia which infect the real present. G
(Hyperdub Records)


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


LoloLovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Roma
Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend of Afrobeats, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Percussion. Fode is an incredible teacher and performer of West African dance and drumming who has taken his passion and skills around the world over the last twenty years. Now this passion for music has evolved into Bakoomba a fresh Afro fusion group that take the roots of Africa and add a spicy selection of popular music genres that add a universal flavour. This amazing circle of musicians serve up a vibrant and energetic show that will leave everyone wanting morefaces smiling, bodies jumping, feet dancing and hearts rejoicing. Dont miss the uplifting music of Bakoomba!
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


Daniel Weltlinger " Koblenz album launch, proudly sponsored by BNP Paribas Australia.One of the g
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


Daniel Weltlinger " Koblenz album launch, proudly sponsored by BNP Paribas Australia.One of the g
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
Lolo Lovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Romani-Gypsy singer Sarah Bedak & Serbian Gypsy guitarist and drummer Nenad Radic. Sarah & Nenad source the best musicians from around the Globe to work on their musical, recording, performance and theatre projects. Lolo play up-close, acoustic & intimate at the Django Bar, featuring Aria Award winning trumpet player Vladamir Khusid, dynamite saxophonist and piano player Leonid Beshlei, the best Serbian Gypsy rhythm guitarist in this hemisphere Nenad Radic and the sultry, authentic Gypsy vocals of front woman Sarah Bedak.
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
Lolo Lovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Romani-Gypsy singer Sarah Bedak & Serbian Gypsy guitarist and drummer Nenad Radic. Sarah & Nenad source the best musicians from around the Globe to work on their musical, recording, performance and theatre projects. Lolo play up-close, acoustic & intimate at the Django Bar, featuring Aria Award winning trumpet player Vladamir Khusid, dynamite saxophonist and piano player Leonid Beshlei, the best Serbian Gypsy rhythm guitarist in this hemisphere Nenad Radic and the sultry, authentic Gypsy vocals of front woman Sarah Bedak.
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
For some unfathomable reason Spectrum hasnt played in Sydney for an awfully long time, to the point that some of our audience might not be aware that Spectrum still exists. Mind you, Facebook fairly exploded when Bill Putt, my musical buddy for forty-four years, died suddenly in August of last year and a crowd of 1500 from all points round Australia turned up to his memorial, so clearly a lot of people still remember Spectrum with some fondness. Despite not playing in Sydney of late, Spectrum has been constantly treading the musical highways and by-ways round Oz and further afield since Ill Be Gone (Someday Ill have money) reached the No. 1 position on the charts back in 1971. (Remember charts?) Along the way thereve been personnel and name changes, but weve been called Spectrum again since the late nineties and Im comfortable with that. So, what does the Spectrum of today look, and perhaps more importantly, sound like in 2014? Well, todays Spectrum still sounds like a band, mostly because, apart from newb
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
Lolo Lovina draw influences from Balkan Gypsies, Gypsy swing jazz and Tango. The band is fronted by Hungarian Romani-Gypsy singer Sarah Bedak & Serbian Gypsy guitarist and drummer Nenad Radic. Sarah & Nenad source the best musicians from around the Globe to work on their musical, recording, performance and theatre projects. Lolo play up-close, acoustic & intimate at the Django Bar, featuring Aria Award winning trumpet player Vladamir Khusid, dynamite saxophonist and piano player Leonid Beshlei, the best Serbian Gypsy rhythm guitarist in this hemisphere Nenad Radic and the sultry, authentic Gypsy vocals of front woman Sarah Bedak.
(Camelot Lounge )


Senegalese artist Fode Mane leads Bakoomba - a dynamic 9 piece band that delivers an infectious, hip-swinging blend o
For some unfathomable reason Spectrum hasnt played in Sydney for an awfully long time, to the point that some of our audience might not be aware that Spectrum still exists. Mind you, Facebook fairly exploded when Bill Putt, my musical buddy for forty-four years, died suddenly in August of last year and a crowd of 1500 from all points round Australia turned up to his memorial, so clearly a lot of people still remember Spectrum with some fondness. Despite not playing in Sydney of late, Spectrum has been constantly treading the musical highways and by-ways round Oz and further afield since Ill Be Gone (Someday Ill have money) reached the No. 1 position on the charts back in 1971. (Remember charts?) Along the way thereve been personnel and name changes, but weve been called Spectrum again since the late nineties and Im comfortable with that. So, what does the Spectrum of today look, and perhaps more importantly, sound like in 2014? Well, todays Spectrum still sounds like a band, mostly because, apart from newb
(Camelot Lounge )


King St Dub This Sunday with Foreigndub & Duan from Manalion - Free entry
Come down to Newtown Hotel this Su nday from 4pm for King St Dub. Fo reigndub and friends playing sweet reggae riddims! Joining us is Dua n Kaka from ManaLion doing an acou stic set. 4pm-8pmish. Ticket giv eaways to Return to Rio on the day !!! http://www.facebook.com/event s/889482217731746/
(SPRACI F)


As part of Aria award winning Blues trio Collard Greens and Gravy, singer and Harmonica player Ian Collard has establis
With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dancefloor. Winner of the Kultour touring grant to tour Australia-wide in 2013, funded by Playing Australia & Arts NSW, KEYIM BA brings together several of Australias best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey into West Africa, with powerful drumming accompanied by West African melodies on the Kora (West African harp) and guitar. The group was formed in early 2009 inspired by the release of Sibo Bangouras CD entitled Keyim Ba (4 stars, Limelight)..an exuberant, celebratory outfit that literally party their way through the many colours and flavours of Bangouras West African background - Cristina Dio, Diaspora Worldbeat The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bango
(Camelot Lounge )


Reggae Reggae Sunday with special guest Exodus (subdub/dancehall science)
Summers fading away but we're keeping the sunshine vibes alive. There's no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon with a blend of Reggae, Ska, Roots, Culture, Dub, Afro-beat, rum cocktails, dominos and authentic Caribbean food from Maureens... (by far the
(allevents.in/Leeds)


Podcast #5 by Selecta Ohrwo
bcsm, 2014 Das aktuelle Podcast kommt direkt aus dem Dresdner Vibes Promotion Headquarter! Dieses Mal gesellt sich Selecta Ohrwo zu uns. Als eine Hlfte vom Vibes Promotion Team, ist der Mann schon seit einigen Jahren in der deutschen Reggae und Bass Szene unterwegs. Jeden Freitag gibt es auf Raggak ...
(pipes search dubstep)


Ska/Reggae/Dub: green sleeping by bluewind
green sleeping dub
(iCompositions Music)


2004 - HYP001 - REVIEWS
Jockey Slut Feb/March 2004Hit of the Month garageDance music is rife with mediocrity. Producers move in packs, as scenes evolve stepwise and dubstep is in many ways no different. Here Kode 9 uses covers to challenge that norm. Where Stalker was once a Junior Boys love song, he turns it to obsession, amid sparse soca-step shards. Sign Of The Dub, however, is truly remarkable: a beatless dub cover of the Prince classic. No percussion means no momentum: youre immobilized by its immense bass-pulse and delayed reggae stabs. Police sirens wail into the distance while Daddi Gee growls: Some people say/a man never truly appy/unless a nex man/truly dies the times/its the times. Innovation and zeitgeist in one.Mixmag April 2004"This is the ultimate anti-anthem. If you want Eskidance to make noize or 4x4 to bounce DONT play this awesome tune. Built around a beatless bass-pulse, its a startling dub Prince cover at garage tempo, with no momentum. Played in a rave it turns heads and brings the dance to a standstill. Incr
(Hyperdub Records)


Interviewing The Bang Gang DJs Is Predictably Amazing - Stoney Roads
Stoney RoadsInterviewing The Bang Gang DJs Is Predictably AmazingStoney RoadsBG: The fusion of the reggae and the gay scene. The comeback of the RESIDENT donkey jockey. The death of the dance-floor. The resurrection of the dance-floor. Psy-trance hipsters. More fun-loving, carefree, sun-drenched, vanilla-bean disco-house.
(Psytrance Pipe)


Arson " July 21st, 2007
Download (192kbps MP3) Arson Blend Reggae / Drum & Bass Tracklist: Chevelle “Right Slam” – Lustre Kings Marcia Griffith “Childish Games” – Lustre Kings Little Kirk “Action Pack” – Lustre Kings Buju Banton “Sensimillia Persecution” – Lustre Kings Jah Marcus “Share Jah Love” – Lustre Kings Turbulence “Bad in the Past” – Lustre Kings Powerman …
(Future Breaks FM)


King St Dub This Sunday with Foreigndub & Duan from Manalion - Free entry
Come down to Newtown Hotel this Su nday from 4pm for King St Dub. Fo reigndub and friends playing sweet reggae riddims! Joining us is Dua n Kaka from ManaLion doing an acou stic set. 4pm-8pmish. Ticket giv eaways to Return to Rio on the day !!! https://www.facebook.com/even ts/889482217731746/
(SPRACI F)


2004 - HYP002 - REVIEWS
What the Press said about Spit. . .IDJ " Dancehall/Roots/Ragga Single of the Month " September 04Having gatecrashed garages dubstep domain with their debut Sign of the Dub, the London-based duo now follow up that seismic rumble with this enviably deep cruise through the bush of ghosts. Spectral ska chords, a battering ram bassline and the dread-heavy resonance on Daddi Gees Satanic sermon supplies a crucial ride into the heart of darkness. Dystopian dub for William Gibsons cyber generation.DJ Magazine " Uk Garage - August/September 04Some seriously dready dubstep from Kode9 featuring some Rasta-style meditative vocals from the deeply resonant Daddi Gee. Heavily poetic with its spoken word style, lyrically this is as rolling and hypnotic as the beats. Kode9 lays down a cavernously deep rhythm track with a sonorous bassline pulse and echo chamber stabs. Like Horsepower fused with dark, dub poetry, this is pungent.
(Hyperdub Records)


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


Cut My Dreads!
"The root of suffering is attachment" - Buddha - DON'T DREAD IT, JUST DONATE! The GOAL is for everyone to be a part of the experience, to raise donations for the Cape Breton Regional Hospital Cancer Patient Care-F
(allevents.in/Sydney)


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the i
Johnny G & the E Types have gained notoriety for their sell out Memphis Soul Revue concerts. Much like the legendary Booker T & The MGs and the Memphis Horns, Johnny G & The E Types have been wooing audiences as the sharp dressed backing band for Sydneys finest soul vocalists delivering these STAX soul classics in their raw and original form.  This is the southern soul that inspired films including The Sapphires, The Blues Brothers and The Commitments " with the credibility and raw energy that comes from Memphis 1967.  Dig it!Doors 7.30pm, show 9pmTable bookings for groups of 8 or more only " email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed " NO BYOPlease book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
(Camelot Lounge )


Luminate Festival 2015
Youll find world grooves, gypsy, maori, celtic, folk, jazz, blues, roots, reggae, dub, psytrance, techno, house, dubstep, glitch-hop and more. Line-up details will be released from September. Bring your instruments and join the acoustic jams at Tribal ...
(Psytrance Pipe)


Mungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tour - STV Glasgow
STV GlasgowMungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tourSTV GlasgowFor over a decade, Glasgow has been home to Mungo's Hi Fi, a sound system and production house renowned the world over for their inventive take on reggae and dubstep. Through their label Scotch Bonnet Mungo's have collaborated with Jamaican ...
(pipes search dubstep)


Mungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tour - STV Glasgow
STV GlasgowMungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tourSTV GlasgowFor over a decade, Glasgow has been home to Mungo's Hi Fi, a sound system and production house renowned the world over for their inventive take on reggae and dubstep. Through their label Scotch Bonnet Mungo's have collaborated with Jamaican ...
(pipes search dubstep)


Mungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tour - STV Glasgow
STV GlasgowMungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tourSTV GlasgowFor over a decade, Glasgow has been home to Mungo's Hi Fi, a sound system and production house renowned the world over for their inventive take on reggae and dubstep. Through their label Scotch Bonnet Mungo's have collaborated with Jamaican ...
(pipes search dubstep)


Mungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tour - STV Glasgow
STV GlasgowMungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tourSTV GlasgowFor over a decade, Glasgow has been home to Mungo's Hi Fi, a sound system and production house renowned the world over for their inventive take on reggae and dubstep. Through their label Scotch Bonnet Mungo's have collaborated with Jamaican ...
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INDIA SET TO BE TOMORROWLAND'S NEWEST LOCATION - Mixmag
MixmagINDIA SET TO BE TOMORROWLAND'S NEWEST LOCATIONMixmagFollowing Tomorrowland's success in Georgia and Sao Paulo, the Belgian festival is looking to expand beyond its three site stronghold and conquer the second largest nation in the world: India. Outside of the dread-hedonistic, psy-trance tourist trap ...
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Words related to dubstep - Urban Dictionary, October 7 ...
Dubstep - Dubstep is music centred around bass. It draws on many musical influences. Such influences include, dub, reggae, d'n'b, jungle, UK garage, grime, ...
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Mungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tour - STV Glasgow
STV GlasgowMungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tourSTV GlasgowFor over a decade, Glasgow has been home to Mungo's Hi Fi, a sound system and production house renowned the world over for their inventive take on reggae and dubstep. Through their label Scotch Bonnet Mungo's have collaborated with Jamaican ...
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Mungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tour - STV Glasgow
STV GlasgowMungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tourSTV GlasgowFor over a decade, Glasgow has been home to Mungo's Hi Fi, a sound system and production house renowned the world over for their inventive take on reggae and dubstep. Through their label Scotch Bonnet Mungo's have collaborated with Jamaican...
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Vibes Promotion 26th September 2014
Vibes Promotion with OHRWO Reggae and original dub version are inside also some digital stuff by Jahtari and Steppers within to Dubstep sounds. Love and Peace Analog Vinyl-Playlist : Listen to Vibes Promotion live every friday at 7 PM CET at raggakings.net 2014_09_26_OHRWO_at_Vibespromotion.mp3
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Mungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tour - STV Glasgow
STV GlasgowMungo's Hi Fi helping Scots feel the riddim on tourSTV GlasgowFor over a decade, Glasgow has been home to Mungo's Hi Fi, a sound system and production house renowned the world over for their inventive take on reggae and dubstep. Through their label Scotch Bonnet Mungo's have collaborated with Jamaican ...
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