Love Saves The Day Festival 2021

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This year’s Love Saves The Day Festival 2021 has a Teachings in Dub arena and we will be bringing a whole heap of Firmly Rooted Soundsystem along for the two days!
You can also catch myself Supplya laying down a Firmly Rooted selection on the Saturday as well 🔊🔊🔊
I can’t wait to be back in a field with a bunch of legends once again….. ❤️


So pleased to have Teachings in Dub at Love Saves The Day Festival 2021!
We’ve waited a long time for this: the TID lineup was booked from late 2019! Finally it’s happening. 🔈🔥
Many thanks to Dave and Tom for having us onboard.

Teachings in Dub is a Bristol-based roots and culture promotion.

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As part of the Highrise x TID Weekend Festival we bring to you a Sunday packed full of vibes. Two local sounds meet in the arena!
The Bristol veterans
JAH LOKKO SOUNDSYSTEM
Meet
The New-Skool
GREEN KING SOUNDSYSTEM
Both sounds will bring 8 scoops each and fill the place with roots reggae vibrations. Ticket’s are just £5 so be quick if you want to join us!
See you in the arena…

Stryda (Dubkasm) Interview SWU FM

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Stryda (Dubkasm) Interview

We caught up with Stryda after his 20 years of Sufferers Choice radio show, were he talks about the power of radio and the importance of SWU FM becoming a full time station.

Yesterday’s launch of SWU FM now up for listen again 🔥🔈📻

That was pretty emotional tbh; considering the year we’ve had and how long we’ve wanted a full time legal music station in the city.
So many listeners – couldn’t get to everyone!
I’m buzzing
Full show airing Wednesday 7-9pm
Was an honour to launch the station
BIG UP SWU FM
BIG UP BRISTOL
❤️
https://www.swu.fm/

Teachings in Dub

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Posted by Bob Goff on Friday, 19 October 2018

St Pauls Carnival returns in 2018 – Where all 20 sound systems and stages will be

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St Pauls Carnival returns in 2018 for its 50th anniversary since the first carnival in 1968. This iconic Bristol event represents the best of Afro-Caribbean culture, as well as the diversity, creativity and vibrancy of its home city, Bristol.

At the heart of carnival is our masquerade procession with highly ornate and colourful costumes and floats from local schools and cultural associations, a stage for professional performers, sound systems in neighbouring streets and a range of stalls selling food from a wide range of cultures.

DO REMEMBER SATURDAY 7TH JULY 2018
ST PAULS CARNIVAL BRISTOL
NEGUS MELODY SOUND
WINKWORTH PLACE BS2 8XT

St Pauls Carnival makes its triumphant return, excitement is reaching fever pitch.

One of the key factors of Saturday’s huge 50th anniversary celebration will be the musical offering, with sound systems and stages playing a major and very loud part in it.

The event itself will run from noon to 10pm, with the procession starting on Wilson Street and finishing at St Paul’s Sports Centre.

In total there will be a whopping 20 different sound systems and stages for people to enjoy on July 7, with each one showcasing a different sound, as well as a few areas designed for children and families.
There will be 10 PA systems and speaker stacks in people’s gardens and on various streets, along with seven stages in parks and open spaces
While carnival has historically featured predominantly Jamaican sounds with a hefty offering of dub and reggae, this year the committee has decided to diversify and add other genres into the mix, which means people can expect to hear a huge array of different sounds including Soca, Salsa, Dancehall and drum & bass, too.
Stages

Where all 20 sound systems and stages will be

Windrush stage @ The Learning Centre
Unity stage @ St Pauls Park
World dance stage @ Brunswick Square
Mandala’s Hideaway @ St Agnes Park

Sound systems

Bristol Showcase @ City Road
Excalibur @ City Road
Maasai Warrior @ Hepburn Road
Unique Star @ City Road
Malcom X Rising Stars/ Who Cares @ Malcom X Centre
Passion Radio @ Albany Green
Invasion @ Grosvenor Road Triangle
As it is TV @ Davey Street
Negus Melody @ Winkworth Place
Qualitex Sound @ Newfoundland Road
Jah Tubbys @ Argyle Road
Bassi @ Wilder Street
Ghetto Force @ Portland Square
Soul to Soul Gospel @ Upper York Street
Coalition Sound
Bristol Collective

For more information on St Paul’s Carnival, visit its website