Horace Martin voicing "Sound Bwoy Run away" for Terrorist Nuclear Sound System.
The Inaugural Reggae Garden Concert took place at The Bell Hotel in 2013. By 2014 Reggae Garden had moved to the picturesque Old Town Bowl venue in the heart of Swindon. Tippa Ire the Veteran UK Reggae Dancehall star headlined the event and treated fans to a live-wire set. Performances from UK reggae star YT and Terrorist Nuclear Sound System went down a storm with the crowd. The acts were backed by the Birmingham-based Friendly Fire Band, fronted by Lion Art and Tomlin Mystic.
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Samory-I 's voice of Black Gold climbing in the rhythms of a meaningful trod in Black Movements. Black Dub Music redefines soulful classics with a new lovers rock sound of "This Feeling."
Yeza, rhythmically delves into the topic of black consciousness, as she creates a vivid picture in the minds of her audience of the historical injustice met out to people of African descent. She invokes a royal spirit of resilience and connects life in the production of Black Dub Music, "Is it Because I Black (Remix)."
Tara Harrison exudes a soulful yet rebellious prowess, mirroring her buoyant personality. Tara's vibrant and innate energy brings her into the rhythms of the Black Dub Movement. Rorystonelove’s Black Dub Music turns the fire on and releases "Public Service Announcement."
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