We want to celebrate with all of the Christmas festivities that come. Friday 20 December is the first night that we're back to celebrate holiday. All those who want a night full of good music and variety to your site is Mambo Night at the Railway Museum Ship.
One night totally eclectic following DJs:
- Pestes Brothers (Rumba, Rock Transgresiu)
– Rasta Mairena (Rumba, Reggae, Should)
– Patxanga la Txaranga (Patxanga)
– Dj Ericofestivo (Electronics, Pop, Should)
El Nowa Reggae estem col·working with the Red Cross in collecting toys, Why no child is left without her for Christmas. I would welcome all those new toys you can bring. Here is more information about this campaign: http://
We are pleased to present this Jamaican Cultural Journey to the CC La Farinera Clot with the following activities:
- Book Launch “Catarsis Rocksteady, The golden age of Jamaican music, a sentimental chronicle " by author Lutxo Pérez.
- Documentary Premieres “All Fruits Ripe, Reggae i Soundsystems a Catalunya” by Gasoline Productions.
The Jamaican folk music has influenced many musicians in our city and throughout Catalonia. Until now there was no piece of our home away from Jamaican sound recordings. Legendary bands like Dr.. Calypso, La Thorpe Brass or Skatalà led to Catalonia Caribbean sounds for almost 30 years. This music has never been interrupted and ended up winning the deserved impact the work of different organizations and / or companies engaged in the music industry, commitment to reggae music festivals and concerts.
We offer the opportunity to go beyond the music, offer the public another concept of Jamaican music, that is why we present the Jamaican Cultural Day where you can enjoy the presentation of two very promising projects.
17:30 Overture of postage
18:00 Documentary Premieres “All Fruits Ripe” and participatory debate
19:15 Book Launch “Catarsis Rocksteady”
Bdn Reggae Culture
Cultural Center Flour Clot
Federation of Clot-Camp de l'Arpa
Barcelona City Council
Free of charge.
“In Jamaica the year 1967, rocksteady music was constantly hovering Kingston flawed. A song for two to three minutes printed in the grooves of a vinyl seven inch (plus another gift coming from behind). A record player resting on the counter of a liquor store in Spanish Town. A jukebox in a bar sounds Orange Street. A radio blaring sound which spreads through several streets of the ghetto. Some children singing the last song in a trendy corner of Trench Town. A record store packed with teenagers who spend the little money they have in plastics.”
Excerpt from libre “Catarsis Rocksteady” written by Perez LUTX.