HeartBeat Session Munich 17.01.2020

Join us on this magical musical journey through time with

Rock & Shake Munich
HeartBeat
Asimba Sound

+ very special guest Miss Weedy & the Electribe
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ROCK & SHAKE MUNICH
Jamaican 1960’s & 70’s Reggae, Rocksteady, original Ska, Roots & more – 99,9% vintage 45rpm vinyl for your ears, feet & heart
served by *The*Prince*Of*Peace* & *The*Hippy*Boy*
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ASIMBA SOUND
outta Dachau playin‘ the Roots, Dub, Steppers, Dubstep – Style since 2011
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MISS WEEDY & THE ELECTRIBE
Space Steppas in Dub
10 years ago the Gaggeldub spaceship started its adventures throughout the deep digital dub universe.
As solar sound pioneers their journey moved continued and Space Steppas were born: A joining with Toni Wobble outta Leipzig running Plug Dub Soundsystem.
Miss Weedy at the controls of the magic Electribe. Live loop dub from the underground and far away from gaggel galaxies.
Bass is good for our system!
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JAH SCREECHY is one of the UK’s most in-demand and respected MCs and Reggae artistes. His intelligent rhyming lyrics and intuitive musical sensibility are the foundation of his active life as a recording artist and international performer. In May 1984 he released the unique vinyl sound of Walk and Skank that continues to sell worldwide, achieving status as a reggae dancehall classic.
He is inspiring and mentoring numerous young artistes worldwide.
Screechy aka Screechy Banton is currently working on a collaboration with Soom T and on his first album – a unique collection of exciting topics, containing tunes from four decades, musically bridging the gap between old school and new school.
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Selectress D-LIGHT is a Munich based veteran and has been selecting and promoting reggae music for more than two decades. She has played numerous sessions longside internationally relevant artistes such as Jah Screechy, Ranking Ann, Dennis Alcapone, Soom T, Lone Ranger, Earl Sixteen, Tony Williams, Joseph Cotton, Tippa Irie, Speng Bond, Solo Banton, Junior Roy, Peter Youthman, to name a few. D-Light is holding DJ-workshops for kids and youngsters. She has initiated the exhibition „Homophobia in Reggae – an issue or not?“ for which she collected a number of exclusive statements by reggae artistes on the topic.
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Location: Milla Club, Holzstraße 28, 80469 München (Google Maps)