Dub, Reggae, Dancehall, you know how it goes! Blackout sound on the 1`s and 2`s. Hope to see you all there!!! Doors open at 9pm. $10 inword.bandcamp.com http://ow.ly/JZidE BLACKOUT SOUND TV MUSIC http://www.reverbnation.com/blackoutsoundsysteminternational
Manifesting Magic: Forest Festival - The Journey Within Friday, June 7th, 2013 - Sunday, June 9th, 2013 We are ecstatic to announce our first forest festival offering a fusion of distinct spaces, talented performances, live & electronic music, creative artistic expressions and holistic healing energies. The festival will be centred on the four elements – earth, wind, water, fire - which will define the unique spaces to facilitate flow, movement, self-expression, grounding, decompression, nourishment and revitalization. The weekend festival will offer something for all ages - opening ceremony, live music and performing arts under the open sky, a spectrum of electronic music from dusk-to-dawn, artistic installations, an array of healing energies. The forest setting will serve as a backdrop to an unforgettable weekend that will surely resonate with our body, mind, heart and spirit. Come join us in the forest to manifest the magic. In the meantime, join the Manifesting Magic Community on Facebook and stay connected.
NORTHWEST WORLD REGGAE FESTIVAL DAY TWO: 3 DAYS of Reggae Music, Camping, Organic Food and over 40 Craft Booths
Bio: The aim of Inword is to express a spiritual vibration through conscious reggae music in the hope of inspiring people from all walks of life. The light of a positive message is much needed in these times of materialism. Original songs are inspired from the ancient scripture of many spiritual tradi...See Full Bio
Inword has a show on 2015-03-20 at 21:00 @ Les Bobards in Montreal, QC http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5okquu #concert
“Inword are a reggae band from Canada whose latest CD 'Purify', is rather nice... The opener, 'Forgiveness', has a funky lilt to the rhythm with overtones of 'Steel Pulse' in the song structure (which I mean as a great compliment), where-as the sprightly 'A Gain' has a Beres Hammond sound-a-like on vocals and is a pretty good skanker.”