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Nine-piece Brighton and London based band, Resonators, have firmly established themselves on the dub reggae scene, finding a unique and distinct sound. Resonators’ music embraces diverse influences, making their music relevant in today’s Bass culture as well as reminding us of reggae’s uplifting influence on the dance floor.
Inspired by the meditative quality and universal appeal of Jamaican roots music the band radiate a playful and unified stage presence. The two lead singers Kassia Zermon and Faye Houston wipe away the notion of the big-ego front man whilst Darren JamTone provides live dub effects, and the balance is set. Following its release in 2010, Resonators' eponymous debut album gained worldwide and national radio support on BBC Radio 2, BBC 6 Music and Kiss FM from the likes of Mark Lamarr, David Rodigan and Craig Charles.
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- Monday 24th Oct: The Resonators to appear at Islington Mill, Manchester in October
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One of the best gigs I have ever attended. The Resonators Roots Dub style Reggae was quite simply sublime. Every track was a floor filler and the band were tight and melodic. Why this band don't get the recognition they deserve is beyond me! In all honestly my only gripe,… (cont'd) Andy
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