Sabato 20 Dicembre 2014
Arci El Pueblo, General Palma Sound e Golden Bass Sound presentano il primo evento del progetto MyYard - Milano Dancehall Spot
Dalle 23 sul palco:
♬ NORTHERN LIGHTS
♬ GOLDEN BASS
♬ GENERAL PALMA
Powered by 10kW GENERAL PALMA SOUND SYSTEM
NORTHERN LIGHTS BIO:
Est. 1999 and since then nutting ever stop di NL crew. From the early beginnings in Triveneto area we've been organizing almost anywhere reggae gigs: from Udine to Pordenone, to Gorizia to Padova to Mestre to Lignano on the cold sea side of north east Italy. After 11 years we are still going strong, playing all over Italy and getting mad love from our fans. Babylon cyaan turn off the Lights dem!
GOLDEN BASS BIO:
The music project Golden Bass started up in winter 1997, from the love for reggae and Jamaica of three DJs: KIAN, DAIS, EASY K. Our idea was and is to recreate, in Italy too, what we had seen and heard in Jamaica: in other words the sound system style, a powerful medium for communicating and spreading good vibes. In early ’98, with Sisma Sound from Taranto, we assembled THE GOLDEN BASS SOUND SYSTEM. On April 10th 1998 at the Centro Sociale Autogestito Gola 10 the new Sound System kicked off with the great Alton Ellis’s smashing show. Since then, Golden Bass has rocked the crowd all over Italy, and has organized loads of blazing dancehalls and concerts with Italian and international artists (Sud Sound System, Bounty Killa and many more). Golden Bass has been the resident Sound at Milan Tunnel Club’s wicked reggae nigths, featuring names like Dennis Alcapone, Leroy Gibbons, Chronicle and many many others, and at the historical Leoncavallo’s massive reggae event, each month.
Today Kian, Peo, Bomber, Vacca, Divoice are the crew.
GENERAL PALMA SOUND BIO:
Greetings to each and everybody!!
The founder, Cristian Palmiotto a.k.a. General Palma, was born in 1974 in Milan (Italy) and his musical tastes were mainly influenced by his mother (reggae enthusiast) and by his uncle (musician).
From the middle of 70's to the end of 80's, roots rock reggae filled up daily life of the entire family.
In early 90's there were realities like One Love Hi Powa, Sud Sound System and Bass Fi Mass who spread the roots and culture message all over Italy.
For the born of General Palma Sound was essential Pergola, the yard of Bass fi Mass in Milan, place where the love for this music grow bigger than ever.
In 1998 the idea to create a sound system was clear and in few months Palma collected many 45" mainly from Jahmekia, an historical records shop in Milan.
The next year Palma got in contact with Burro Banton and started cutting dubplates.
Then he met Jippo and Andy, two austrian guys who early became new members of the crew and from the beginning of 2000 they started to work hard also with Ironshirt Sound to make Fieberbrun, a little town of Tirol, the baddest dancehall yard in Austria. Still right now it's well known to the reggae massives and our bredrens from Shizzle Sound are keeping the fire blazing.
In the following years our crew was spreading good vibes all over Italy, Austria and the rest of the world with a strong dubplates box, mixtapes, competing in soundclashes and building a real sound system with a vast amount of power respecting jamaican tradition.
Everybody knows that all of these things couldn`t happen without the help of his jamaican fada mr. Burro Banton, who always supported General Palma Sound.
During 2014 Palma collaborated with Massive Culture crew from CS Cantiere in Milan to promote some big dancehall events.
Now the family is getting bigger with the experienced soundmen Jahnni, Red, Mirko and Minni.
So people listen to General Palma Sound now and enjoy!!
Blessed love to each and everyone!
scendere alla fermata Molino Dorino della linea MM1, attraversare la S.S. del Sempione all'altezza del distributore ENI, imboccare Via Piave (strada che fiancheggia il distributore ENI) e procedere dritto per circa 500mt fino al civico 37.
IN MACCHINA DA MILANO:
procedere lungo la S.S. del Sempione in direzione Pero fino a trovarsi sulla dx il distributore ENI, poi svoltare alla prima via a dx subito dopo il distributore (Via Piave) e proseguire dritto per circa 500mt fino a trovare sulla sinistra il civico 37.
IN MACCHINA DA PERO E DAI PEASI DEL SEMPIONE:
procedere lungo la S.S. del Sempione in direzione Milano fino alla fine di Pero, alla rotonda che precede la fermata di Molino Dorino (sulla dx) e il distributore ENI (sulla sx) svoltare a sx imboccando via Piave e procedere dritto fino al civico 37.
Ingresso con tessera Arci
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Circolo Arci El Pueblo
Via Piave, 37
20016 Pero (MI)