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slug at funktober fest with george clinton and parliament funkadelic headlining.
Featuring: Frankie Paul, Leroy Sibbles, Ruff Stuff Band, Ed Robinson, Stephen Souza, Jah Powez, Anguile & the Satellite Rockers, Big Take Over Band, Judah Tribe, African Star Sound, Roast Beef Curtains, Royal Heart Sound Special Guests: Amirah Nyabingi Drummers DJ Majestic Twin Sounds DJ Winston "Merritone" Blake Sponsored by Lagunitas Brewing Company, Smutty Nose Brewing Company, Technaflora, Safflyn Corporation, JamRoc Productions, Leslie Pieters, LLC, Andela Products Event Information: (877) 3 SAFFLYN
Anguile performs a few songs with Satellite Rockers..Come and enjoy!
We emerge from a long, tough winter with a big Friday night gig at Precinct in Union Square. It's a great place to see live music and their restaurant is excellent, too. We go on at 9pm sharp and will be playing a bunch of new song. We're playing with Jennifer Greer (8PM) and Autumn Armor (10PM).
Anguile & The High Steppers + Satellite Rockers - Live Heavy Roots Reggae
Sounds Like: Bob Marley, Midnite, 10 Ft Ganja Plant, Alpha Blondy, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad
Label: Anguile Music - Unsigned
Bio: This site is about Anguile Bruno, a Gabonese-French Reggae Artist and his band "The High Steppers". Anguile is a Gabonese-French reggae artist, founder of "The High Steppers" band, residing in Boston MA. The band's name refers to the "High" mountains and the traditional reggae/ska drum beat style...See Full Bio
“African roots reggae on the spiritual tip. Gabonese-American-via-Paris frontman Anguile delivers unpretentiously soulful meditations on several popular reggae themes: racial equality, respect for the earth and family, African liberation and the need for world peace among them, perhaps underscored by the fact that Anguile comes from a mixed-race background. The riddim tracks are pleasantly oldschool with bubbling organ, rattling percussion, trebly 1970s style guitar, vocal harmonies and the occasional horn chart. The cd kicks off with Sur les Cotes de l’Afrique (On the African Coast), a percussive Ras Michael style number, whirling layers of of synth in the background adding a dizzying effect. This fits right in with the new wave of soulful reggae coming from African shores: in a sense, Marcus Garvey’s words really have come to pass, at least as far as music is concerned. ”