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Reggae Got Soul ft Daddy G (Massive Attack)

Reggae Got Soul ft Daddy G (Massive Attack)

Sat 23 Nov 2019

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Reggae Got Soul ft Daddy G (Massive Attack)

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REGGAE GOT SOUL ft. DADDY G (Massive Attack) We're very happy to announce that Bristol Sound royalty, Daddy G, will be heading over to Oxford on 23 November to perform a very special DJ set as part of REGGAE GOT SOUL at The Bullingdon As a founding member of pioneering music group, Massive Attack, Daddy G has been pivotal in the development of the "Bristol Sound" alongside the likes of Tricky and Portishead, and continues to innovate and inspire today. Joining Daddy G on the night will be Count Skylarkin - one of the hardest-gigging, quickest-mixing DJs in UK reggae - rapidfire MC Deemas J (Tru Thoughts/Unit 137) and more tba - powered by the mighty Truth & Rights Soundsystem. .......................................................................................................... - Venue: Bullingdon - Date: Saturday 23rd November 2019 - Tickets: £12 .......................................................................................................... DADDY G // Daddy G is one of the core members and main voices of the legendary Massive Attack. A founder of the Wild Bunch Sound System, out of which Massive Attack would emerge and define the Bristol Sound that fused dub, reggae, funk, disco and hip hop alongside other protagonists like Smith & Mighty, Tricky and Portishead. COUNT SKYLARKIN // From compiling TDK D90s in the early 90s to touring with The Wailers, remixing for Trojan Records and performing in front of thousands at festivals all around the world, Count Skylarkin has been making people move for the past 30 years specialising in new and vintage reggae, rocksteady, Jamaican ska, hot swing, jump blues, dancehall and hip hop.


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