Now the Dub Pistols are one of the few remaining working class bands who carry the flame of reggae-driven sound system music, the secret rhythm of Britain from ska and rocksteady through Soul II Soul to grime and dubstep and beyond. “I always thought that being in a band wasn’t for people like me,” Barry admits. “It was more a middle-class thing. It was the Mondays that changed that. We’re part of street music, working class music That’s never going to go away.”
Recently the reformed Happy Mondays tweeted that the Dub Pistols were the best live band we’ve seen in years.
Their last concert SOLD OUT so grab your tickets before they go.
Opening act will be Cuba Libre a 6 piece band from Weymouth. Cuba Libre are ready to tear up 2017 after being locked up in the studio most of the winter recording their new single . With their fast paced, high energy performance combining a mix of Genres through Dub, Ska, and Hip-Hop. Cuba Libre deliver an unforgettable live music performance.
Then Kioko, up and coming reggae band from Birmingham. Deadly Roots, the lead track from the band’s debut LP, True What They Say, immediately picked up plays from Radio 1’s Huw Stephens along with reggae legend David Rodigan (who now regards himself as a fan!). Kioko will release a new EP early 2017.