House of RootsMay 5, 2018 - Zaal De Toren, Rotselaar, Belgium.
HOUSE OF ROOTS
Reggae Geel Brukout is spreading its wings. One of the next events we’re supporting is House of Roots, an event with three Soundsystems hosted by Kingstep Soundsystem outta Leuven.
Agobun (Lille, France)
Food Bass Shelter (The Hague, the Netherlands)
Kingstep (Leuven, Belgium)
Regularly check the facebook event page for additional info.
HOUSE OF ROOTS w/ Agobun; Food Bass Shelter; Kingstep
When: May 5, 2018 | Where: Zaal De Toren, Torenstraat 115, Rotselaar, Belgium | Doors: 22:00 | End: 04:00
Lille, France based Roots Reggae Sound System AGOBUN was inspired by the local scene (Chalice, Coptic ..) and Dub sounds from London (Abashanti, Shaka, Tubbys …). Over the years, the crew has built a solid underground reputation. At the Bass Temple, Early Dub, Lille Dub Allstars and then Warrior Charge, Agobun Sound System is also regularly invited to Belgium and performs every year at the Lille Music Festival. The French Sound System is committed to providing high-quality sound that combines power and clarity and transmits an original vibe to every session. They currently record and mix their own dubplates with clearly Roots ’80s-’90s influences.
Food Bass Shelter Soundsystem
FOOD BASS SHELTER (the basic needs in life) is a reggae soundsystem from The Hague, the Netherlands, founded in 2012 which consists of Iskander, Serge and Peter. They share the love for quality vinyl and choose to play a wide variety, from Roots to Steppers and some Dubplate productions. As long as it has a serious message and distinct sound in the tune. Sufferation and oppression, with a heavyweight positive vibe.
KINGSTEP SOUNDSYSTEM, hosts of the regular House Of Roots event, is an original custom built soundsystem (blazing some 10,000 watts!!) with original selectors (Kristoffel Stas and Jurgen Vangeel), always playing a selection of quality old & new Roots Reggae & Dub in original UK tradition. They are strongly inspired by Rastafari, Bob Marley,Jah Shaka, the Reggae scene in the UK and Jamaica.