Mungo’s Hi Fi + Eva Lazarus

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With an arsenal of bass heavy dubs ranging from roots to steppas, dancehall to dub reggae, expect an education in the elements of a sound that has inspired a movement from world famous Glaswegian selectors Mungo's Hi Fi.

Mungo’s Hi-Fi have garnered a level of respect within the reggae community that has allowed them to work with various heavy-weights such as Solo Banton, Sugar Minott and Ranking Joe, to name a few.

Now, following the success of their excellent cut “Rain Keeps on Falling” with the legendary Johnny Clarke, they are guaranteed to keep the audience locked in and bouncing alongside hype MC, Eva Lazarus.

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