Tämä aihe sisältää 4 vastaukset, 0 kirjoittajaa, ja siihen kirjoitti viimeksi Nimetön 3 vuotta, 3 kuukautta sitten.
13.10.2014, 13:00 #36582
FRWRD – a sound system club brought to you by Ivah Sound, made for passionate bass music and sound system lovers. With influences from the sound system cultures of Jamaica and The United Kingdom they combine music with a heavyweight sound. FRWRD brings the party to a crowd hungry for mesmerizing experiences with performers both from Finland and abroad.
This time the party will be all about digital reggae. This style developed in Jamaica in the 80’s when the drum machines and synthesizers reached the island and became the new tools of music production. The sound has been developing ever since and it’s been playing a crucial part in sound system sessions all around the globe. Because of its hype and upliftment, that remind the listener about the shared roots of digital reggae and dancehall, on top of heavy bass lines and tuff kicks, it’s the perfect kind of music to be fulljoyed through a big stack of speakers. Our guest this time is one of the most groundbreaking producers and label owners in the digital dub scene, Riddim Tuffa from Scotland. Additionally Diegojah, one of Swedens finest mc’s / singers, will be providing lyrical niceness with a live set supported by Vilhelm from Tulitauko Sound / Riddim Station.
The Riddim Tuffa Crew are an Edinburgh based duo of dj’s and producers Adham & Frontline Selecta. They have racked up appearances throughout Europe, with several festival shows and countless dancehall takeovers in the bag. Riddim Tuffa have been hosting their own parties for a few years with a music policy that has its roots in reggae but happily embraces all the myriad forms it has inspired such as dancehall, ragga, jungle and dubstep. Previous guests have included a wide range of mc’s such as Robert Lee, Daddy Freddy, Earl 16 and Kenny Knots or producers like Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Benny Page, OBF, Radikal Guru and Jahtari proving their love of digital dub and its multitude of mutations. Riddim Tuffa’s studio production is heavily influenced by the 1980′s digital style. By combining the use of vintage, analogue equipment and modern recording techniques, the crew produce an extremely fresh sound that holds on to the roots of dancehall music. Their label Tuffa Dubs Records features a wide range of collaborations with Jamaican legends such as Little Kirk, Lt. Stitchie, Gosple Fish and the new generation of artists like King General, Solo Banton, El Fata and Diegojah to name a few. Since 2011 the duo have released several vinyls on their own label and their productions have featured on labels like Super Fly Records and Vibration Lab.
Diegojah was born in the early eighties in Stockholm, Sweden to a Swedish father and a Chilean mother. He has been recording professionally since 2007 and released his first album “Dancehall Sweet” on Raggattack in 2010. In recent years he has been collaborating with such artists as Riddim Tuffa, Solo Banton, Dixie Peach, Dj Yama, King General, El Fata, Pupajim, OBF and Mungos Hi-Fi and touring around the globe. He’s raw and unique style has made him one of the most respected swedish mc’s in the scene, who’s known from performing mostly on digital riddims.
Oskar better known as OSQ, has been actively engaged in music since a young age. He started out doing small second acts in a local club in his neighbourhood and later became an act of his own. Through the years OSQ has evolved into a versatile emcee and vocalist.
He blends hip-hop and reggae in a unique manner and is known for his stage charisma and energy.
Vilhelm has been playing records and promoting reggae nights actively in Finland for the past decade. As a founding member of Tulitauko Sound he has been performing on regular basis together with artists like Ranking Joe, Brother Culture and Kenny Knots. Hes selection is concentrated on the foundation and roots sides of reggae and dub, most specially throughout the eighties “digital” era. On the promotion side you can find him behind events and clubs such as Embassy, Wake The Town, Wildlife and Rhythm Station.
Ivah Sound System
Ivah Sound is a sound system and DJ collective formed in Helsinki during early 2010. The collective consists of six members, MC’s and DJ’s. United by a common passion for heavy bass music, with styles ranging all the way from roots reggae to steppers, jungle and drum & bass. Their music is delivered by a mighty self-built sound system, constantly evolving as the team creates new additions to their arsenal of speakers.
Sat 22.11.2014 | Ravintola Lämpö
21-04 | k18 | 5€ before 22:00 and 10€ after
http://www.ivahsound.com12.11.2014, 09:40 #249821
Roots Cultural Movement will build a chill out lounge for us all to enjoy to the fullest, with comfortable couches and mood enchanted decoration the chill out area will be perfect for you who want to sit down a bit after some serious skanking, recharging your energy!17.11.2014, 10:57 #249825
Now its time for you to polish your dancing shoes cause Riddim Tuffa will deliver a special set full of energy and upliftment! Dont miss this special occasion to hear, feel & see one of Digital Reggae’s most active and prominent artist! The set will be heavy for sure, putting our 6 Scoops sound system to the test! Come and fulljoy a night full of peace, love and unity,
now on saturday!17.11.2014, 16:33 #112072
Yes I forward wid the Forward in I`s style at this time.Big up Ivah youths dem21.11.2014, 15:32 #249602
After four successful sessions that have brought the culture forward in so many ways we now come to the last one, this year. The session will start at 21:00 with Ivah Sound’s Selection. Its only 5€ in for the first hour, so reach early for maximum enjoyment.
21:00 – Ivah Sound & OSQ
23:30 – Vilhelm
00:00 – Diegojah & Vilhelm
01:00 – Riddim Tuffa
03:00 – Ivah Sound
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