Wormfood Present: Samsara, Solko, Little Number, Wormdisco Club
As “one of the South’s most exciting reggae acts”, Brighton-based Samsara Collective create an open minded and fresh take on the roots tradition. The result is a fresh and hook-laden take on the style, morphing the reggae sound into something wholly new and exciting, and has been described as “a startlingly new angle on the Jamaican sound”.
Having played alongside reggae legends such as The Wailers, Toots & the Maytals, Groundation, The Black Uhuru, Culture, Horace Andy and Aswad – they’ve also performed at countless festivals such as Glastonbury, Boomtown Fair, and Secret Garden Party.
With a tightly woven live show which combines intricate musicianship & improvisation with raw energy and infectious positivity, Samsara Collective have established themselves as “one of the best reggae bands in the UK at the moment.”
“Bringing the values of classic dub production into a rockier frame of mind, this brass-bedecked 7-piece from Suffolk pack a mighty dance floor punch by way of crafty arrangements and show-off guitar.”
Little Number, original blues infused funk rock and reggae. Rhythmically influenced by Africa with shades of Velvet Underground,…
WORM DISCO CLUB
Worm Disco Club Bristol-based crew Promoters, Diggers and Musicians, dedicated to scouring the the globe for the primest cuts of outernational vinyl magic. Futuristic Jazz sits back to back with dusty Afro-funk, percussive Brazilian grooves, dubbed-out Cumbias and cosmic mind expanding soulful grooves.