Reggae/Dancehall Galleries

Situated somewhere in the heart Slovenia deep in the mountains of Tolmin, Overjam 2015 in its truly natural surrounding was as they say blazing hot this year, sunny scorching weather, cool waters and music ringing in my head. Beautiful journey driving to the festival itself as Slovenia has so much to offer for the adventurous people. As for the music lovers Overjam certainly presented a wonderful line-up and atmosphere as they do it best.

2015 is Anthony B´s 20th anniversary in the music buisness. Keith Blair also known as Anthony B is a Jamaican born artist and someone who contributes in many aspects to the Rastafari movement.

For many artist, Europe seems to be the utopia of reggae and to some extent it is, as it not only caters for all genres of music but diversely to a big audience and so with the tour coming to an end Etana and Mykal Rose certainly made Austria apart of their European tour all thanks to Bun Fire Squad.

Jamaican artist Jah Cure's, first show in Austria, Vienna, on his European tour coming to a close, he certainly has been busy this season having already done 16 other shows throughout Europe. With the venue close to being filled to capacity the audience waited patiently on him, as the dominancy seemed to have been ladies this time around.  Straight off from the airport, Jah Cure came and took over the venue.

Peetah Morgan had two shows close to my hometown Vienna, promoted by Ras Stvanec. I could not see the show in Vienna and opted to see the next show in Bratislava. The show was held in a club, named Atelier Babylon.

Two generations sharing one stage jamming together, bringing real music alive for the people. Tarrus Riley, Dean Fraser and Alaine passed through Vienna this passed week leaving us all reminiscing on the wonderful show they gave us. This was one definately one of those rare events, seeing the finests together rocking the audience.

Overjam 2014, Even though the weather had it in for us all skies covered dark this year at the Overjam Festival, spirits were not dampened. Through the rain and mud we all stuck through to see the performance by the great line-up of artist.

Dub Incorporation was really something different, unusual but unique. Somehow their sound evoked a heightened sense of emotion  and excitement. Perhaps just the vibe and audience brought everything together. This French-Algerian has their own way of putting Reggae and Dub into one pot and creating a powerful potion.

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