** Rasta Hill Camp proudly presents **
❂❂ HILL VIBES REGGAE FESTIVAL ❂❂
Tyrolean Outdoor Reggae Festival with an internationally high quality Line Up
located in the heart of the alps in Telfs in Tyrol.
Live Reggae music acts and dancehall soundsystems known for year´s for their professionalism and authenticity!
A nice shopping area from streetwear to handmade jewelries.
►► LINE UP 2014
❂ BUSY SIGNAL & HI VOLTAGE BAND (Jam)
❂ ROMAIN VIRGO & UNIT BAND (Jam)
❂ JAH SUN & HOUSE OF RIDDIM (Usa)
❂ REBEL MUSIG CREW (Aut)
❂ BAREFOOT BASEMENT (Aut)
❂ JAHLADIN (Ger)
❂ PANERGY (Aut)
❂ INVASION SOUND (Aut)
❂ INNFAYA SOUND (Aut)
❂ RUDEBOYZ MOVEMENT (Aut)
BEI JEDER WITTERUNG!!!
VVK: 30 €
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❂ BUSY SIGNAL ❂
When church was over, Reanno would sit on the corner with his friends and flip the devotional lyrics, until his mother's guiding hand cautioned him for altering the Lord's songs. Reanno continued performing at school, beating his fists in time on his desk and deejaying Bounty Killer's songs (he claims to know all of Bounty's lyrics) before progressing to his own material. Since stepping out onto the Dancehall scene in 2003, Busy Signal's undeniable talent and lyrical dexterity has taken him quickly to the front of the pack. Busy's breakout hit single, Step Out, was one of Dancehall's hottest songs for 2005 and with a thugged-out video to match, it signalled the arrival of dancehall's next superstar. Busy Signal, an alias given to him by a friend because of his constantly busy persona, has always approached his craft from a different perspective, not trodding the usual road of trying to voice on many rhythms in order to try and catch a break. Instead, Busy chose to record songs with concepts attached to them on purpose-built rhythms.
The first such track to catch the attention of a wider audience was Born and Raised, a song in which Busy Signal speaks of his birthplace and narrates the harsh realities of Jamaica."The track got good air time which encouraged me to keep doing what I was doing. Producers don't want to give young artistes a break more time, and with the pressure they get from VP and Greensleeves to make sure they have the so-called A-list of artistes pon dem riddim, young artistes can get stifled. I just work hard on putting creative flows and melodies together and so far people have been feeling it," the deejay said. Already with a big following worldwide, Busy doesn t see his music as stopping in Jamaica. A slew of Busy Signal mix CDs flooded the streets from Half-Way Tree to Brixton to Flatbush and beyond, creating and spreading the hype that led to Busy being one of the strongest young artistes to emerge from 2005.
Busy's self-production and businesslike approach to the industry has seen him already launch his own label, Network Records. Although Busy didn t rely on familiar rhythms and producers for a break, he has no problem recording for other labels, such as Renaissance, for whom Busy recorded Not Going Down, showcasing his singing and deejaying abilities. Other tracks from Busy include Because of You, with Tami Chin on the Throwback Giggy beat, That Bad, Pharmacy for Don Corleone, Fade Away for John John and Too Much Gun, which sees Busy in explosive form, delivering rapid fire lyrics atop the reworked Man Fi Dead rhythm.
The end of 2005 saw Busy Signal success from show-stealing appearances on several major stage shows across Jamaica, including the Smirnoff Experience, Island Explosion, Camp Fire and West Kingston Jamboree. Busy Signal's debut album was released Easter 2006 on his own label, licensed around the world to different record companies.
In 2007, Romain Virgo made history as the youngest contestant ever to win Digicel Rising Stars, Jamaica’s talent competition, at the age of 17. Virgo was sensational throughout the 2007 competition and outshone his opponents with singing skills that seemed to stretch beyond the talent of a 17 year old.
Now two years later, his career definitely seems to be on the rise. His single Can’t Sleep is still climbing up the Jamaican charts and already gained him attention outside Jamaica as well. Love Doctor on the Automatic riddim is already getting loads of airplay as well as his single Wanna Go Home. Romain Virgo manages to build his musical career while still doing a five-year bachelor’s degree in performance at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, studying for a major in voice and minor in keyboard.
This education assures that Romain’s performance will be different from others. It already earned him a performance at Tony Rebel’s prestigious Rebel Salute 2009 show earlier this month and performances at the well known dancehall parties in Kingston such at Passa Passa in Tivoli gardens and Weddy Weddy at Stone Love’s Headquarters in Kingston.
With hard work, Romain is taking it one step at a time and will be out there and let the people know what he has to offer. Romain has been working with Donovan Germain of Penthouse Music and Dawin Brown of Vikings Sounds.
In 2013, Shane Brown of Juke Boxx Productions was invited to join Davin Brown as co-manager and a relationship which started many years before was solidified with this development.
❂ JAH SUN❂
In 2006, Jah Sun’s debut album, “Height of Light”, was released. It featured many of reggae’s top recording artists, such as Luciano, Junior Reid, Lutan Fyah and Grammy Award winner, Yami Bolo. Of the album, The Beat Magazine’s Chuck Foster says, “Jah Sun shines brightly on the “Height of Light”…the message remains positive and focused throughout…and offers some solution to the social problems addressed.” The album featured a variety of musical styles that ranged from fierce hip-hop explosions, to melodic ballads, to rootsy anthems. In short, “Height of Light” has something to offer to everyone.
The importance of the album to the reggae industry as well as to mainstream markets was soon apparent. After its release, Jah Sun was the recipient of many accolades. The song “Fyah Dance” was nominated for the
❂ REBEL MUSIG CREW ❂
Abseits ausgetrampelter kommerzieller Musikpfade wandelt die Hopfgartner „Rebel Musig“-Crew. Mit ihrem Mix aus Reggae, Hiphop, Ska und Funk liegt „Rebel Musig“ am Puls der Zeit - und mit seinen hintergründigen Dialekt-Rap-Texten trifft Lead-Sänger „John Dere“ ins Herz einer jungen Generation, die mit dem vorgegebenen System nicht mehr zu Recht kommt. „De waxest sound around“ bezeichnet Rebel Musig ihren eigenwilligen Sound-Mix. Mit dem selbst produzierten Album [„Radio Freie Mittelstation“] - übrigens sogar mit allen Songtexten zum Nachlesen - bietet Rebel Musig etwas vom Besten, das Tirols Independent-Musikszene derzeit zu bieten hat! Simply "de waxest sound around"! Represent the mountain.
❂ BAREFOOT BASEMENT ❂
Eine neunköpfige Instrumentalband aus Österreich. Gegründet im Jahr 2002 als vierköpfige Formation, veränderte und verfeinerte jedes weitere Mitglied den Klang der Band, bis schlussendlich 2006 BAREFOOT BASEMENT komplett war. Seither bewegt sich die Band zwischen 70ies Roots, Reggae, Ska, Dub und elektronischer Tanzmusik.
Auf Grund der Instrumentierung - Trompete,Posaune,Saxophon, Sousaphon, Akkordeon, Keyboard, Orgel, Gitarre, Bass, Percussion und Schlagzeug - versprühen BAREFOOT BASEMENT ihren eigenen Klang und Charme und stechen damit aus der Masse der Reggae-Bands hervor.
❂ JAHLADIN ❂
Jahladin & iLLeja machen seit 2011 zusammen Musik und unser erstes daraus resultierende Mixtape namens "Fusion" ist dadurch entstanden. Hier werden wir ab und an Freestyles, Dubplates oder Songs uppen um euch auf dem laufenden zu halten.
❂ INVASION SOUND ❂
Kenner der Szene wissen, dass Bugs Raida nicht nur Solo durch die Lande zieht, sondern auch zusammen mit Essenjahl Selecta, FlowALion, SamoDread und Phili Blunt das Dancehall-Reggae Soundsystem Invasion betreibt. Seit nunmehr 1999 spielen die Jungs sich erfolgreich durch Clubs in ganz Europa. Durch ihren kraftvollen Style hat sich das Soundsystem-Team lngst einen Namen in der Szene gemacht. Mit einer unverwechselbaren Mischung aus Reggae, Dancehall und Hip Hop und grandiosen Remixes bringt das Invasion Soundsystem jede Party zum kochen.
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