Live from Liverpool: The Loft - Curated By Melodic Distraction

02.12.2021 Cryptical Listening

Guevarism
More about this show
  • DUB REGGAE
  • REGGAE
  • ROOTS REGGAE
Episode

Take a trip underground with Che Wilson (aka Guevarism), the 22-year-old scouse selector behind the ‘Keep It Cryptic’ secret location warehouse party and record label.

Blending the colourful ’summer of love’ sounds of 60s psychedelia and 90s rave, with a healthy dose of jazz, funk, reggae, and hip hop added to the melting pot, Cryptical Listening brings a variety of styles under the same cosmic umbrella - old to new, local to international.

Having aired every first Thursday monthly since 2019, Cryptical Listening seeks to free your mind from the technicality of genre-based pigeon-holes to allow an hour’s-worth of appreciation for music of all cultures, contexts, and colours, which is an ethos clearly expressed through the ‘Keep It Cryptic’ party lineups, bringing guitar-driven bands under the same warehouse roof as techno-slamming DJs. Whether it’s the darker, bass-heavy breaks, or the lighter soulful boom bap, or Turkish folk gems, or acidified disco edits - you can really expect the unexpected here.

This month, Beat Detective takes control with an hour of deep reggae sounds.

Tracklist

Iration Steppas – Angelic Symphony Dub
Danny Red – Watch your step
Alien Dread – Full of Dread
Black Roots- All day & all night
The Disciples – Dub Revolution mix 2
Alpha & Omega- Poorman Style
Vibronics meets Ashanti Selah – Hustle Riddim
Hollie Cook – And The Beat Goes On Dub
The Bush Chemists – Fire Trap
Conscious Sounds – Final Call(Dubplate mix)
Dubkasm – Love and understanding
Natty Campbell-Mandala Dub
Alpha Steppa- Leave Babylon
Manasseh,Earl 16- Natural roots sound (12″ mix)
Flowdan – Bob Marley (Wrongtom’s Tuff Wrong Remix)
Mungo’s Hifi – Skidip (feat Charlie P)
Reggae Roast-Dub That Train

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