No Bass Like Home Online Festival

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Photograph: Courtesy of Brent 2020Big Zeeks
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Photograph: Courtesy of Brent 2020Marla Brown
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Photograph: Courtesy of Brent 2020Janet Kay

Time Out says

Reggae has made a lasting impression on the UK. You name ’em, Brent made ’em. Trojan Records was founded in the borough and both Britain’s first homegrown reggae band, the Cimarons, and singer Janet Kay (the first British-born Black female reggae artist to score a UK number one) were from the area. Is all this news to you? Then it’s time for an education. At the No Bass Like Home lockdown party, you can get a crash course with a seven-hour online festival of music from the borough’s reggae and bass pioneers, all curated by 1Xtra DJ Seani B. As well as the Brent stars there’ll be acts from Florida, Miami and Jamaica. Most importantly though, there’s a live set from Willesden royalty, Janet Kay herself.

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