On Friday, June 17th, we will held the traditional Zagreb promo party and warming up for the 20th jubilee of Seasplash Festival, with one of the oldest domestic sound systems – Bass Culture.
On this special occasion, throughout the evening, thir DJ set will pay tribute to the greats, who have left us through the last 2 years of pandemic with their lives and creativity as everlasting influence on many, including the Seasplash Festival itself.
On the dance floor and in front of the speakers we will enjoy the works of the greats such as: Lee ‘Scratch’ Pserry, U-Roy, Robbie Shakespear (Sly & Robbie), Ngoni McKay (Misty in Roots), Bunny Wailer, Albert Griffits (The Gladiators), Frederick ‘Toots’ Hibbert (Toots & The Maytals), Bunny ‘Strker’ Lee, Albert ‘Apple Gabriel’ Craig (Israel Vibration), Emil Marcius (Waitapu), Tabby Diamond & Fitzloy ‘Bunny’ (Mighty Diamonds), Denroy Morgan, Delroy Washington, Terrence ‘Astro’ Wilson & David Travers (UB40), Garth Dennis (Black Uhuru, Wailing Souls), Bob Andy, Alvin ‘Seeco’ Patterson (The Wailer), Johnny Nash, Millie Small, Trinity, Sister Charmaine, Tonton David, Michael Wadada (Suns of Arqa) …
The Bass Culture Sound System (ZG) was founded in 1999, when the name was mostly associated with the distant past and the legendary third album by Linton Kwesi Johnson. At that time, the few thought about the culture of bass as a lasting starting point for different styles of club music rooted in the Caribbean Soundsystem. Bass Culture, with its sound, encompassed the legacy of the old school roots-reggae and innovation, which producers of electronic dub and jungle brought on the scene. The expansion of the borders of bass culture began with monthly residences in Močvara and SKUC, and between them, in the chronology it was written that this is the oldest Zagreb reggae crew with performance on very first Seasplash festival.
Ticket price: 30 kn in advance, 40 kn at the entrance of the club.
See you at 20 Seasplash!