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  • Interviews | Reggae Roast
    Bestival and also the Hell Stage at Glastonbury Looking forward to them all Boomtown is always a really special one We are running our own stage this year alongside Trinity Lionpulse RR Always a difficult question I know but who are your influences and why Zico Dennis Brown Horace Andy Gregory Issacs Alton Ellis Johnny Clarke Michael Prophet Al Campbell the list goes on Any singer who can make you feel what they re singing inna your soul Sleepy All sorts really I listen to a massive mixture of music I ve been blessed to be around some very talented musicians producers and vocalists who have all helped influence teach and inspire me over the years RR Top Three Tunes at the moment Zico GHOST TRAIN RIDDIM 1 2 3 Ha Sleepy Protoje feat Chronixx Who Knows Capital Letters Fire Jacob Miller Forward Ever Backwards Never RR What are your thoughts on the scene in the UK at the moment Zico I think the scene is growing and moving forward Loads of established acts are doing well and I know there are great new acts making there way through Look at how far onlyjoe and Unit 137 have come Lionpulse Sound in Bristol are representing hard It s all about being positive learning from the old and embracing the new It can only be good for the scene seeeeeeeeeen Seen Sleepy The scene seems to be growing in a really positive way There are lots of wicked nights happening all across the UK Young crews sound systems and artists are coming through as well as there being an ever growing appreciation for the more established sound system s and artists RR Describe your sound in three words Zico BIG FAT DUTTY Sleepy SOUND SYSTEM MUSIC For more info on Unit 137 check out their website http unit137 com Tweet Date 22 05 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes DJ Dates Documentaries Events Free Downloads interviews Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Vibration Lab Exclusive Mix Interview Big up Vibration Lab This podcast is a must for all fans of that classic 80 s Digi Dancehall sound The dynamic duo of Steve Bazil have dug deep into their personal vinyl collection to find some of the ruffest rarest dangerous riddims from the golden era of Digital Reggae TUFF We also had a little chat with them about their time in the music industry and what the future has in store RR Big up The Reggae Roast regulars will be fully aware of Vibration Lab however for those who aren t can you give us a brief introduction Vibration Lab is production dj duo Bazil Perryman and Steve Walker and we are based in London however we also have a studio in Devon We have been doing this project for around four years and we have both been in the music business in one way or another for a long time Bazil was a successful producer for decades starting with his band with Daddy Chester called Boom Shak and then his own Reggae Dancehall sound called Notorious He was also one of the pioneers of dance music in the West Country and worked as a producer remixer with the House group The Rurals along with his own productions as Cue Kids At the same time he ran one of the most successful nights in Bristol for 15 years called Fruity Antics Bazil is also part of a Reggae sound from Exeter called Highest Grade Steve is originally from California and started listening to Reggae music in 1977 first started djing in 1983 and had a 5 year residency in San Jose with his brother as The Brothers Dub He also was a successful House music promoter in the Bay Area and managed several bands Moving to the UK 14 years ago he became the label manager for Peng Records where he and Bazil met and decided to form Vibration Lab together RR How did you catch your 1st break into the scene There were three things that were significant the first was when we put our very first tracks on Soundcloud and we were soon contacted by J Star and then RSD Rob Smith so we knew we must be on to something The second was getting our first gig which was in Brighton Mark Dialect contacted us and we did one of the Unity Hi Fi events called Future Dub with Gussie P Roots Garden our first time playing out to a decent crowd on a proper Soundsystem The third was moving up to London and linking with DJ Crises Mindstep who took us under his wing RR It s been a couple of busy years for you guys what have been the highlights so far Highlights so far Recording with one of our idols Linval Thompson becoming part of the Reggae Roast family performing at Glastonbury touring in Europe playing a set at Dub Mission in San Francisco and being a part of the Moonshine Records compilation Steppin Forward RR What was the 1st Reggae record you ever bought Bazil Ini Kamoze Ini Kamoze 1984 Steve Bob Marley The Wailers Uprising 1980 RR Your podcast includes a number of very rare Digital riddims what is it about that sound that inspires you Steve I think Bazil is the better man to answer that question being that we used all of his records for the mix Bazil was actually on the scene in the 80 s when those tracks were just coming out Bazil My friends and I would regularly travel up to Hackney in London and go to The Shenola Club and see Soundsystems like Unity Hi Fi with Kenny Knotts Richie Davis Flinty Badman DC Ninja later to be known as the Ragga Twins we would also check Gemmy Magic Saxon Sound and Bodyguard When we weren t in London we would go to session at The West Indian Centre in Gloucester and The Blues at Ajax in Bristol Another huge influence was the Rodigan and Barry G s legendary radio sound clash in 1985 I was inspired by freshness and raw experimentation of the productions The tracks on this mix are all tunes that were played at those dances and we have gathered a little selection of rare vinyl from that time many of which are very expensive and hard to get We have more in the vaults RR Vinyl or Digital We say both The ultimate is vinyl for sound quality and warmth Releasing music on vinyl is so much more significant as it is a physical thing and what we grew up on it We also value digital as a way to easily test our tunes in the dance and then make adjustments back in the studio If we had to press dubplates every time it wouldn t be very cost effective also a lot of clubs don t maintain their record decks very well these days so for us it is better to play WAV files burned to CD RR Who are your influences within the Reggae world Who are your favourite Soundsystems and why Bazil Influences Scientist King Tubby King Jammy Linval Thompson Channel One Rodigan Barry G Favorite Soundsystems Unity Saxon Gemmy Magic Bodyguard explained above and Channel One for a proper Roots experience Steve Influences Scientist Lee Perry anything Channel One anything Studio One the movie Rockers Wackies RSD Rob Smith OSC Radikal Guru Mungos Hi Fi Curtis Lynch too many to list Favorite Soundsystems Channel One Roots King Shiloh best in Europe Mungo s Hi Fi the new school RR What s next for you guys We will be playing in Poland this May for the very first time We finally have our first release on Reggae Roast coming out Sound So Wicked with remixes by 6BLOCC and Violinbwoy We also have remixes coming out on various labels like Lion s Den Onehundred Years Bracket Records and for the band YESKING We are looking forward to performing at some festivals this summer like One Love and Glastonbury We have a load of our own new material that we will be releasing this year including a second track we did with Linval Thompson RR Top three tracks at the moment Bazil Cultural Roots Run Around Lover Major King Jahoviah Dave Robinson Aligator Tears Wayne Smith Ism Skism Steve Kalbata Mixmonster Inna Skateland Feat Puddy Roots Mr Williamz Miss Brown Capital City Rockers Buddy Bye 2014 Feat Johnny Osbourne 6BLOCC RaggaTrap Refix RR Any shout outs Big ups WOW So Many Ok to start Big up and nuff love to our whole Reggae Roast Family James Harper Adam Prescott Ramon Judah Bongo Chris and Clapper Priest Nuff respect to the whole UK Reggae and Bass scene DJ Crises Mindstep Music King s Hi Fi Mowty Mahlyka aka Dark Angel Parly B Tradesman Danny T Only Joe Unit 137 Hylu Jago Hundred Years Papa B Galak Mark Dialect Tim Dub Boy Charlie P Tenja Steven Ed West Sleepy Time Ghost DJ Syte Lowki Ben Alpha J Star Stingray Studios RSD DJ Madd Kenny Knotts Mungo s Hi Fi Dub Smugglers Curtis Lynch Mr Williamz Brother Culture David Rodigan Channel One Soundsystem Brigadier JC J Kenzo David Hill Rootikal Leo Sampson Riddim Tuffa Dub Dynasty Stink Like Sock MC Ishu Ras Tuffy Ras Taliman Rodney P Soothsayers Jack Curtis Nick Manasseh Donovan Kingjay Ruben Da Silva Jah Bigs Johnny Dubhunter Stardelta Mastering Black Market Records Conscious Sound Bush Chemists Roots Factory Freshly Baked Dubkasm Solo Banton YT The Deep End Highest Grade Sound Bare Safe Aeon Festival Earl Gateshead Hold It Photography Version Girl Paz Ranking Jah Powered Radio Bless up our international Fam Mack Moonshine Radikal Guru Maikal X Mel Memphis Tenpro Ras Lion Lion s Den Simon Strictly Dub Sep Dub mission Roommate Max Powa Violin Bwoy 6BLOCC Dub Gabriel Chris Brothers Dub Jacky Murda Suns Of Dub Serious Dub Romania Cian Finn Linval Thompson Robert Rankin Maneesh Wayne Jarret Bun Zero Crusty Locks Adrians s Wall Dub Docters Solomonic Sound System Philly Prince Alla Rod Taylor and Fleck Tweet Date 25 04 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes Documentaries Free Downloads interviews Mixes Non Reggae news Reggae News Reggae Roast New Documentary on the Bulgarian Reggae scene Big up our friends at Jamaica Air Force Radio for the link up Here s a short documentary about the recent rise in Reggae Soundsystem culture in Bulgaria Tweet Date 11 04 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes Documentaries interviews Reggae News Reggae Roast Trailer for a New Documentary about Yorkshire Soundsystem Culture Looking forward to seeing the whole film More info here http soundsystemculturehuddersfield tumblr com Sound System Culture trailer from Mandeep Samra on Vimeo Tweet Date 25 03 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes Documentaries interviews Reggae News Reggae Roast Exclusive UNOD 2014 Mix Interview from I Mitri Counteraction The United Nations Of Dub Weekender is back Now in it s second year the worlds only family friendly multi day indoor dub roots and reggae festival the United Nations Of Dub Weekender U N O D Weekender is back at Pontins Prestatyn Sands self catering holiday park in North Wales from 28th 30th March 2014 for another instalment of bass fuelled fun and games featuring over one hundred of the biggest artists and sound systems out there You can catch the Reggae Roast crew there on Saturday in the Mungo s Hi Fi arena Prior to the session we met up with one of the event organisers and all round nice bloke I Mitri to chat about his time in the music industry what this year s UNOD session has to offer RR Easy For people not aquainted with I Mitri the Counteraction label can you give them a brief intro I Mitri CounterAction is a UK Dub and Roots label based in the midlands and more specifically in Leicester We started releasing vinyl back in 2007 and have released to date 6 x 10 a CD album digital and a couple of digital singles CounterAction was started by I self and the one and only Richi Rootz who sadly passed away a couple of years ago Richi is also one of the founding members of Vibronics and a general legend in this city responsible for having connected many of the local artists For example Richi introduced a very young Jah Marnyah who at the time worked as a labourer in his house here in Leicester through common family connections with Monserrat the Caribbean island to Vibronics Making links and bringing up young talent was very much Richi s mission You could say our first unofficial release and the birth of CounterAction sonically at least is the the Scoops Records 10 Mama Africa by the Vibronics Dub Family On that tune Richi played bass and I played drums in separate sessions and before actually meeting in person before Steve Vibronics another Leicester legend put the magic touches on the mix and arrangement and eventually released it as a 10 in 2006 after a few years of earth shaking sounds like Jah Tubbys and Iration Steppas blasting it around the world That was effectively our introduction and led to many a jam session in the Counteraction HQ studio We would start by jamming him on bass and i on drums and record ideas which i then worked on and developed further into dubs and eventually releases My personal background is many years of live bands and music projects around Greece as a drummer singer and percussionist After our first album release in Greece in 98 i got a bit more seriously involved with the studio recording and mixing processes This eventually lead to me moving to the UK in 2001 to live study and work close to the music scene and the industry that i had grown to love one that has influenced and continues to influence so much of the world I continue to work in that capacity as well as a mix engineer and producer for different labels around the world I gig regularly as a mic man DJ Selector Live mixer and percussionist with a live band representing CounterAction as well as often tour record with a few other well known live dub acts like Vibronics my famo AMP Outernational and Dub Providers Nuff Powa My day job is youth work through music focused around young people in difficult circumstances whether in a social respect or in terms of health with a fantastic non profit organisation here in Leicester called Soft Touch Arts RR How did you first get involved with the music I Mitri I would say before anything else it would be my parent s record collection The stereo was the focus of our house and the TV at the time was black and white and in a corner I have so many vivid memories of listening to records lying on the carpet while carefully studying the covers or any lyrics etc inside the albums From there i found myself learning guitar and drums and started a band in school in Greece very early on We mainly payed hardcore and covers at first practicing in my sister s room P but slowly Reggae took over after we tried to cover Chase the Devil by Max Romeo the first time and tripped all over ourselves and the beat Reggae then became an obsession and the band is now known as AMP Outernational co founders of Greece s roughest sound Dubwise HiFi RR You re in a band run a label produce a radio show sing and write your own music and run a major roots dub festival how do you find the time I Mitri Oh gosh yes I do wonder that myself often I suppose I don t have much of a social life heheheh But on a bit of a more serious note I think one supports the other they re not mutually exclusive This way I have constant works to do if it s not one thing its the other It keeps me excited and engaged and I guess inevitably a little sleepless but content The challenge is not to let the creative play and music writing suffer and for that sometimes you have to turn the phone on silent and get off FB I also have some great creative positive people surrounding and supporting I and we push each other on a daily to get better and raise our game I m not I alone in this UNITY is the key RR Can you tell us a little bit about your reasons behind starting UNOD festival and what 2014 has in store I Mitri As you mentioned we have a weekly radio show here on a university FM station United Nations Of Dub was baptised by Richi Rootz who used to regularly select every other week or so We had been discussing different event and business ideas with my partner Leicester promoter Felis Kontakt for a few years now and attending each other s events When the time came and we made the mad decision to realise our dream of an event modelled after the old Soul Weekenders or more recently the electronic music weekenders in holiday parks this time honouring and aiming solely at the Dub and the bass community it was obvious that the radio show name represented our idea for the festival perfectly and so was born the UNOD Weekender It s the biggest indoor sound system culture event in the world last year attracting people from as far as Japan Brazil South Africa Australia the US and so many European countries and beyond No mud no rain no tents and you can sleep It is an opportunity to experience the very top producers performers and sounds in the scene as well as to get introduced to younger artists and sounds from around the world We have many arenas talks

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  • Mixes | Reggae Roast
    is a record label studio sound system and crew I m also involved in a project called Ghost Writerz which is a duo including Jimmy Screech and myself RR Can you tell us a little bit about the history the crews bands you are both affiliated with Zico I started working with onlyjoe about 4 years ago I was introduced to some top musicians who are now some of my top bredrins Family business onlyjoe was partly the basis for the creation of Unit 137 We all work very closely on different collaborations Being a part of onlyjoe and Unit 137 has given me the chance to meet and work with some amazing people It s a true blessing Sleepy I first linked up with the crew Unit 137 about 3 or 4 years ago when it was formerly known as Organix Back then we mainly put on events and collaborated musically RR We ve got you both coming down to play at our Sunday Skank session next week can we expect anything special brand new from you Zico My first Sunday Skank Really looking forward to it and big shout out to Reggae Roast for the love I m sure Sleepy will have a few surprises in his bag Sleepy Definitely expect lots of exclusives I will be bringing a load of my latest productions as well as some from the rest of the crew RR Sleepy you recently released The Ghost Train Riddim on Unit 137 for Record Store Day 2014 on which Zico features how did that project come about Sleepy I built the riddim a few years back now We recorded Mikey General on the riddim last year when he was over in the UK After recording this version it was decided that the riddim was something that could be released on the label which led to getting the version recorded with Macka B Zico RR Sleepy there has been a lot of hype and radio play surrounding your new sound The Ghost Writerz can you tell us about the project and what s next for you Sleepy There is some very exciting stuff in the pipeline This summer we will be releasing our first full release on a big independent label soon to be named We also have remixes coming out on Nice Up and BBE records so lots to keep an eye out for More information is set to drop very soon RR You ve both no doubt got plenty of festivals booked up this summer which ones are you looking forward to Zico Boomtown is always epic Lions Den stage was next level last year so I am looking forward to that one Sleepy Lots to look forward to this summer Playing at Boomtown Boom Bap Bestival and also the Hell Stage at Glastonbury Looking forward to them all Boomtown is always a really special one We are running our own stage this year alongside Trinity Lionpulse RR Always a difficult question I know but who are your influences and why Zico Dennis Brown Horace Andy Gregory Issacs Alton Ellis Johnny Clarke Michael Prophet Al Campbell the list goes on Any singer who can make you feel what they re singing inna your soul Sleepy All sorts really I listen to a massive mixture of music I ve been blessed to be around some very talented musicians producers and vocalists who have all helped influence teach and inspire me over the years RR Top Three Tunes at the moment Zico GHOST TRAIN RIDDIM 1 2 3 Ha Sleepy Protoje feat Chronixx Who Knows Capital Letters Fire Jacob Miller Forward Ever Backwards Never RR What are your thoughts on the scene in the UK at the moment Zico I think the scene is growing and moving forward Loads of established acts are doing well and I know there are great new acts making there way through Look at how far onlyjoe and Unit 137 have come Lionpulse Sound in Bristol are representing hard It s all about being positive learning from the old and embracing the new It can only be good for the scene seeeeeeeeeen Seen Sleepy The scene seems to be growing in a really positive way There are lots of wicked nights happening all across the UK Young crews sound systems and artists are coming through as well as there being an ever growing appreciation for the more established sound system s and artists RR Describe your sound in three words Zico BIG FAT DUTTY Sleepy SOUND SYSTEM MUSIC For more info on Unit 137 check out their website http unit137 com Tweet Date 22 05 2014 by Adam Prescott Categories BIG Tunes DJ Dates Documentaries Events Free Downloads interviews Mixes Reggae News Reggae Roast Vibration Lab Exclusive Mix Interview Big up Vibration Lab This podcast is a must for all fans of that classic 80 s Digi Dancehall sound The dynamic duo of Steve Bazil have dug deep into their personal vinyl collection to find some of the ruffest rarest dangerous riddims from the golden era of Digital Reggae TUFF We also had a little chat with them about their time in the music industry and what the future has in store RR Big up The Reggae Roast regulars will be fully aware of Vibration Lab however for those who aren t can you give us a brief introduction Vibration Lab is production dj duo Bazil Perryman and Steve Walker and we are based in London however we also have a studio in Devon We have been doing this project for around four years and we have both been in the music business in one way or another for a long time Bazil was a successful producer for decades starting with his band with Daddy Chester called Boom Shak and then his own Reggae Dancehall sound called Notorious He was also one of the pioneers of dance music in the West Country and worked as a producer remixer with the

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  • Non Reggae News | Reggae Roast
    dance and then make adjustments back in the studio If we had to press dubplates every time it wouldn t be very cost effective also a lot of clubs don t maintain their record decks very well these days so for us it is better to play WAV files burned to CD RR Who are your influences within the Reggae world Who are your favourite Soundsystems and why Bazil Influences Scientist King Tubby King Jammy Linval Thompson Channel One Rodigan Barry G Favorite Soundsystems Unity Saxon Gemmy Magic Bodyguard explained above and Channel One for a proper Roots experience Steve Influences Scientist Lee Perry anything Channel One anything Studio One the movie Rockers Wackies RSD Rob Smith OSC Radikal Guru Mungos Hi Fi Curtis Lynch too many to list Favorite Soundsystems Channel One Roots King Shiloh best in Europe Mungo s Hi Fi the new school RR What s next for you guys We will be playing in Poland this May for the very first time We finally have our first release on Reggae Roast coming out Sound So Wicked with remixes by 6BLOCC and Violinbwoy We also have remixes coming out on various labels like Lion s Den Onehundred Years Bracket Records and for the band YESKING We are looking forward to performing at some festivals this summer like One Love and Glastonbury We have a load of our own new material that we will be releasing this year including a second track we did with Linval Thompson RR Top three tracks at the moment Bazil Cultural Roots Run Around Lover Major King Jahoviah Dave Robinson Aligator Tears Wayne Smith Ism Skism Steve Kalbata Mixmonster Inna Skateland Feat Puddy Roots Mr Williamz Miss Brown Capital City Rockers Buddy Bye 2014 Feat Johnny Osbourne 6BLOCC RaggaTrap Refix RR Any shout outs Big ups WOW So Many Ok to start Big up and nuff love to our whole Reggae Roast Family James Harper Adam Prescott Ramon Judah Bongo Chris and Clapper Priest Nuff respect to the whole UK Reggae and Bass scene DJ Crises Mindstep Music King s Hi Fi Mowty Mahlyka aka Dark Angel Parly B Tradesman Danny T Only Joe Unit 137 Hylu Jago Hundred Years Papa B Galak Mark Dialect Tim Dub Boy Charlie P Tenja Steven Ed West Sleepy Time Ghost DJ Syte Lowki Ben Alpha J Star Stingray Studios RSD DJ Madd Kenny Knotts Mungo s Hi Fi Dub Smugglers Curtis Lynch Mr Williamz Brother Culture David Rodigan Channel One Soundsystem Brigadier JC J Kenzo David Hill Rootikal Leo Sampson Riddim Tuffa Dub Dynasty Stink Like Sock MC Ishu Ras Tuffy Ras Taliman Rodney P Soothsayers Jack Curtis Nick Manasseh Donovan Kingjay Ruben Da Silva Jah Bigs Johnny Dubhunter Stardelta Mastering Black Market Records Conscious Sound Bush Chemists Roots Factory Freshly Baked Dubkasm Solo Banton YT The Deep End Highest Grade Sound Bare Safe Aeon Festival Earl Gateshead Hold It Photography Version Girl Paz Ranking Jah Powered Radio Bless up our international Fam Mack Moonshine Radikal

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  • Videos | Reggae Roast - Page 2
    off our week of Chris Tune Of The Day Barry Brown Christmas Christmas A festive banger from Barry Br Tune Of The Day Ini Kamoze All I Want For Christmas Day three of our Christmas Reg Tune Of The Day

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  • Photos | Reggae Roast - Page 2
    2011 The City Arts Music Project February 2011 February 2011 Cable January 2011 January 2011 The City Arts Music Project December 2010 December 2010 NYE at Big Chill House December 2010 December 2010 The City Arts Music Project November 2010 November 2010 The City Arts Music October 2010 October 2010 The City Arts Music Projec August 2010 August 2010 Big Chill House May 2010 May 2010 Reggae Roast Warehouse March 2010 March 2010 Reggae Roast Warehouse December 2009 December 2009 Fabric December 2009 December 2009 Reggae Roast Warehouse November 2009 November 2009 Reggae Roast Warehouse August 2009 August 2009 Jazz Cafe July 2009 July 2009 Vibe Bar May 2009 May 2009 Jazz Cafe May 2009 May 2009 The Tabernacle May 2009 May 2009 Big Chill House January 2009 January 2009 Jazz Cafe August 2008 August 2008 Big Chill House May 2008 May 2008 Big Chill House August 2008 August 2008 Vibe Bar October 2008 October 2008 Jazz Cafe November 2008 November 2008 East Village May 2008 May 2008 Cargo March 2007 March 2007 Grand Union February 2007 February 2007 Grand Union January 2007 January 2007 Grand Union Blog Modern Reggae There is music everywhere in l Tune Of The Day

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  • Press | Reggae Roast
    Events Reggae Roast Soundsystem Sunday Skank Dingwalls Reggae Roast Soundsystem Sunday Skank Lover s Special Reggae Roast Soundsystem Sunday Skank Bookings o reg e t u James s Phone No

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  • Reggae Roast Soundsystem: Christmas Skank!
    Venue The Forge Date 13th December 2015 Address 3 7 Delancey Street Camden London NW1 7NL Cost Free Entry offer via Facebook Event page 3 O T D After 6pm Times 2pm 1am Facebook Event Blog Modern Reggae There is music everywhere in l Tune Of The Day Glen Adams Joyful Tidings To round off our week of Chris Tune Of The Day Barry Brown Christmas Christmas A festive banger

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  • Reggae Roast Soundsystem: Sunday Skank!
    heavyweight Soundsystem Reach Featuring INTERRUPT REGGAE ROAST ADAM PRESCOTT VIBRATION LAB LEO SAMSON CLIFFORD JUNIOR SMOKER S DELIGHT Hosted by BROTHER CULTURE DONOVAN KINGJAY Venue The Forge Date Sunday 1st November 2015 Address The Forge 3 7 Delancey Street Camden London NW1 7NL Cost Free Entry Times 2pm 10 30pm Facebook Event Blog Modern Reggae There is music everywhere in l Tune Of The Day Glen Adams Joyful Tidings To

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