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Scientist – Jamaican dub pioneer is Coming to Liverpool

Scientist – Jamaican dub pioneer is Coming to Liverpool

After the success of the Positive Vibration festival of Reggae earlier in the year, they are back with another huge event!

Legendary recording engineer & producer, Scientist, makes his long-awaited return to Liverpool, alongside one of the country’s finest MCs, Horseman.

As a protégé of King Tubby, Scientist began his career in the mid 1970’s mixing for a host of reggae heavyweights, including Barrington Levy and Roots Radics.

It was in the early 1980’s that he really came to prominence with the release of a number of dub masterpieces, including the critically acclaimed, ‘Scientist Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires’.

An outstanding practitioner with a truly unique approach to music, Scientist was pivotal in the development of dub and wider electronic music, and continues to innovate and inspire today.

DJ support on the night comes from Sticky Joe (Kingston Express Records).

This is going to be a very special show, not to be missed.

  • Venue: District, 61 Jordan Street, Liverpool, L1 0BW
  • Date: Friday 23rd November 2018
  • Time: From 9pm
  • Tickets: (£15 advance // £20 on the door):

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