Take Over continue their Australian tour with a fundraiser for clean drinking water in Jamaica. DJ Tom Take Over will be spinning the freshest reggae dancehall for the music lovers at Mojo's Bar, Western Australia.
Take Over Sound will be making their first international appearance on the West Coast of Australia this December. Tom Take Over will be playing an exclusive UK-only set for the Australian reggae massive in the first of many overseas performances. Mojo's Bar is one of Western Australia's top music venues and has recenty hosted top reggae acts like Gappy Ranks and Million Stylez.
Take Over is moving across town to The Market Bar - a newly refurbished, 300 capacity venue boasting state-of-the-art lighting and video projections, reasonably priced drinks and a heavyweight Funktion One soundsystem. MC SPYDA will be headlining, an explosive MC whose massive international hit "Tarantula" with Pendulum sets the scene nicely for his wicked new reggae project with Dub Hooligan. This is set to be a massive night so grab those advanced tickets early. A rare opportunity to see such a big artist in his home city and rocking a reggae and jungle set for the Notts family.
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TWO Midlands dates have been announced to celebrate SOLO BANTON's new album on Reality Shock Records. We will be bringing Reality Shock Sound with guest MCs, Take Over Sound and special guests.
There is a free copy of the album on CD for every single guest, at both events.
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On Sunday we took to the stage at Nottingham Caribbean Carnival and played to a crowd of thousands of music lovers. Parly B first took to the mic, warming the crowd up as Take Over Sound laid down some foundation riddims with a modern twist. Our Tippa Irie dubplate shifted things up a gear, and then it was Ram1's turn. This young singer from Nottingham has big things ahead of him, as was clear when he worked such a large crowd with ease and style. Parly B then performed one of his own tracks 'Dubplate Fashion', an upbeat digital riddim with a lively vocal pattern on top. Last up was Lisa Hendricks, who sang two beautiful songs over acoustic riddim tracks. Her soulful voice was the perfect way to round off a great set. Maximum respect to all the performers, to the organisers and of course all the people who came along to enjoy the sunshine! 1 love