Lee Scratch Perry + Basil Gabbidon (founder of Steel Pulse), Mad Professor + Trojan Records Vs Tru Thoughts

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The Grammy award-winning dub and reggae artist Lee “Scratch” Perry is headlining what is set to be an incredible show at Electric Brixton.

“The pioneer of dub” – The Guardian

He has been very influential in the development and acceptance of dub and reggae music in Jamaica and overseas and has spent decades creating innovative and boundary-stomping recordings as a performer and producer. The godfather of dub has had an immeasurable influence that still reverberates through genres to this day and has become known for his innovative production and eccentric character.

Joining Lee Scratch Perry is another legend, Basil Gabbidon the founder of Steel Pulse will performing the Steel Pulse album Handsworth Revoloution.

 

To take this night to the next level and set it in concrete as 2019’s most unmissable night Trojan Records and Tru Thoughts will be sending some of their finest DJ’s for an unmissable DJ set.

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Date Event name Artist City/Town Venue
14 Jun Jazz Cafe present XOYO Live: Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Lee Scratch Perry London XOYO

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