Come out to The Sound Table this Sunday night as Highlanda.net and The Honorary Citizen aim to satisfy with some big surprises. Female selector Tach from Empress Movements just mashed up #RocksteadyATL and she will be in the area for #RubADub as well alongside Highlanda Sound and DJ Passport.
“Rub-A-Dub” or “Rub-A-Dub Style” is described as one the genres doing the passage between Reggae and Dancehall. This is Reggae, mainly from the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, where DJ’s chanted and Singers sung over various tracks that were mixed in a dub style. Today, Rub-A-Dub files under Roots Reggae.
Music by DJ Passport + Highlanda Sound + Empress Movements. Doors open: 8pm to 12am. Make it a date and don’t be late. No Cover.
ROCKSTEADY ATL continues to bring you Roots Reggae, Lovers Rock, Dub and more Every First Friday at Studio No. 7 located at 393 Marietta Street, NW, Atlanta. Friday November 6th will be Hosted by Archangel aka SuperPEC and Cherrie Garden from Caribbean Focus TV.
Music will be selected by Highlanda Sound and DJ Passport along with Guest DJs Supa Funkregulata Celo and Cartel Sound with DJ Philip Five. Guest artist GUCHE LONDAN (featured on the new REGGAE VIBES RIDDIM) will be in the building for his debut ROCKSTEADY ATL performance. Doors will be open 9pm-2am with Free Entry Until 11pm with RSVP + FREE Parking. RocksteadyATL@gmail.com to RSVP.
Hendrick’s is turning the rooftop of Tom, Dick & Hank into an island of tasty cocktails and good vibes. Join DJ Passport and Highlanda Sound of #RocksteadyATL this Wednesday, August 5, 2015 for Reggae on the Roof.
Be there Easter Sunday April 5th as veteran selector Rico Vibes from Natural Vibes sound and Da Flava Radio.Com returns to the Sound Table for a special classic Reggae music set alongside Highlanda Sound System and DJ Passport. Doors open at 7pm, music turns up at 8pm, and admission is complimentary all night. Early arrival, as always, is strongly suggested for #RocksteadyATL.
Small batch clothing brand “The Honorary Citizen” of Atlanta, GA is launching their first late night Pop Up retail shop experience, “Good Vibes” of 2015.
Phase A, 482 Edgewood Ave. Atlanta, GA 30312.
Drinks. Music. Art. Fashion. Good Vibes.
During the Good Vibes late night pop up shop, visitors will be able to shop an exclusive variety of cut and sew garments, vintage tees and accessories. Good Vibes is a unique shopping experience only occurring quarterly. This Good Vibes will feature, Artist/ Illustrator extraordinaire, Craig "Flux" Singleton who will be displaying some of his work, and will be selling prints of the cover art he created for 'Sunday' the newest book published by Ain HD.
‘Sunday‘ is part confessional, part poetic documentary. Touching on social justice issues, love and relationships,family and life experiences, Ain HD uses her voice to navigate through the topics we don’t always bring to the dinner table.
Meet and greet Ain HD at Good Vibes this Saturday. She will be there selling and signing copies. There will also be a live reading from the book ‘Sunday‘ by Trip Freeman of Atlanta Rap group, W.I.C.
Take Uber To Good Vibes & Receive $20 off Your First Ride! Use Code: ht0h4
For More info contact: Khatoum Tut 770.361.5554
ROCKSTEADY, Atlanta’s Monthly Roots Reggae Celebration will return on March 1st, 2015.
The event will be hosted by the super-talented Atlanta-based reggae star DREGGAE who will perform select songs from his latest project, a much anticipated roots reggae EP that will be released soon. Catch this live exclusive preview.
Musical energy will be brought forth by Highlanda Sound System, DJ Passport and special guest selector Aba Shaka of Cosmic Love Beat.
This will take place on Sunday March 1st, 2015 at the Sound Table (483 Edgewood Ave, Atlanta).
Doors Open 8pm – Midnight and admission is complimentary.
See the ROCKSTEADY with DREGGAE & selector ABA SHAKA Event Facebook Page.
Highlanda Sound System and DJ Passport playing the finest selection of foundation sounds.
Rub a Dub to Roots, Rock Steady to Reggae… at The Sound Table – 483 Edgewood Avenue, Atlanta.
Drown out the week with roots, rocksteady, dub and good classic reggae played by ReggaeLover.com podcaster Kahlil Wonda from Highlanda Sound and DJ Passport, the official DJ of The Honorary Citizen. (8pm to 12am – NO COVER)
The Sound Table
Address: 483 Edgewood Avenue.
Old 4th Ward, Atlanta, GA
Cross Street at Boulevard
BAKE SALE: A one day Pop-Up Store experience featuring a curated collection of Art, Music, and Goods by independent designers.
Craig Flux Singleton
DJ Princess Cut
In the tradition of all Bake Sales before us, we too are raising funds for a worthy cause. 100% of the proceeds from sold baked goods will benefit The Creatives Project.
Go to www.thecreativesproject.org to learn more about their mission.
Images Captured By Shannon S. Evans of Sevan Photography. Visit The Sevan Blog.
Shirts provided by The Honorary Citizen.
- Dancehall Now Promo Mix Volume 1 from Highlanda Sound System (highlanda.net)
- Mixtape: 2012 Dancehall from Sean Paul to I-Octane (highlanda.net)
@FREAKSTEP & @thcintl PRESENT:
“KNOW YOUR ROOTS” remix competition…
Winners will receive:
+ Placement and promotion of winning remix on the freak beat + Swag Bag from The Honorary Citizen
Steps to enter the competition:
- Follow and mention THC on twitter: @thcintl using #RootsRemix
- Upload your tracks to your soundcloud.com page and share them on twitter with @thcintl #rootsremix in the tweet
- If you cannot use soundcloud use hulkshare or mediafire.com.
- You MUST have twitter for this contest or use a friend’s!
Winners will be chosen by Freakstep and 3 of Atlanta’s top Vintage Reggae Selectors
PRODUCERS: To give you an idea of what samples we are looking for check out some of these artists / record labels : Trojan, Studio One, Treasure Isle, King Jammy. We want old-school reggae samples mixed with modern dubstep. Check out these videos and make your track —- tweet it and WIN BIG. The deadline for entry is 4/20/2012.
CLICK HERE to have a look at some of the cool stuff you will win from The Honorary Citizen.
- Rusko: Keeping The Dub In Dubstep With ‘Songs’ (earbits.com)
- Best Dubstep Songs (mademan.com)
- Sound System Preservation At “Who Cork The Dance?” (highlanda.net)
DaReggaeScene.com was in the building for the last Reggae Vault Classics session at the Sound Table.
Check out the picture gallery at Highlanda.net!
- Reggae Vault Classics Joins the Fight against Breast Cancer (highlanda.wordpress.com)
- Reggae Vault Classics 35 – Glen Washington Featured Mix (highlanda.wordpress.com)
- New Audio from Highlanda at Reggae Vault Classics 5 (highlanda.wordpress.com)
- Little Roy’s Nirvana Reggae Covers (skoodmusic.com)
- Top 7 Reggae Albums of All Time (moneysupermarket.com)
- Reggae’s tributes to Smokin’ Joe Frazier (guardian.co.uk)
To commemorate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Highlanda Sound System, DJ Osmose, The Honorary Citizen, and DaFlavaRadio.com will hold a special Reggae Vault Classics: Join us in the Fight event on Thursday, October 20th at the Sound Table located at 483 Edgewood Avenue from 10:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. General admission is $5 and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the fight against breast cancer.
The Reggae Vault Classics event organizers continue in their mission to uplift their community through bringing the great musical tradition and positive messages of Reggae’s early musicians, producers, and artists to new and diverse audiences. Over the past 6 months this unique event has become a platform to provide meaningful contributions to an even greater cause – the advocacy of cancer awareness and the search for a cure.
Rico Vibes, CEO and President of DaFlavaRadio.com and of Natural Vibes Sound, will host the Reggae Vault Classics: Join us in the Fight event while DJ Osmose, DJ Passport, and Highlanda Sound will provide the soundtrack.“I believe that music is a mission and we have the power to change the world,” stated Kahlil Wonda of Highlanda Sound System.
For more information about the Reggae Vault Classics movement, email VaultClassics@gmail.com.
- National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (bluetwigstudio.wordpress.com)
The inaugural Reggae Vault Classics event, which took place on Thursday, April 21st at The Sound Table in downtown Atlanta‘s historic fourth ward district was truly a refreshingly joyous occasion. I would definitely look out for the next installment in this promising party series.
Here is a glimpse into what took place: