“Live on U DUB” celebrates Wisconsin’s rich reggae roots

Recent News 18 Nov 2012

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE: http://bit.ly/udub

WSUM 91.7 FM Madison and Mine All Mine Records present “Live on U DUB,” a live CD compilation release party and fundraising event at the Dragonfly Lounge on Saturday, December 15th, 2012. Doors open at 9 pm. The party will showcase Wisconsin’s rich reggae community, including T.U.G.G., Roots Collective, a collaborative set by Kingtown Rockers & Super Irie, as well as set-DJ and compilation curator DJ Kayla Kush.

The $5 cover charge includes one free copy of “Live on U DUB” (while supplies last*), which features 10 tracks recorded live on U DUB at WSUM 91.7 FM Madison, documenting the show’s history so far. The CD features performances by TakI Allstars, Natty Nation, Unity the Band, and more. Additional copies of the CD compilation will be available online and at the event, digitally and physically. All proceeds from the release party and CD will help support WSUM, Madison’s award-winning student and community radio station.

“Live on U DUB” was curated by radio host DJ Kayla Kush, with help from Mine All Mine Records and Lost City Music Festival founder John Praw Kruse. Kayla Kush is an ardent supporter of reggae and music in Madison through her radio show, live DJ-ing, and the Murfie Podcast. Similarly, Mine All Mine has been a frequent supporter of benefit events, including the Lost City Music Festival. Their events have raised money for the Madison Area Music Association, SlaveFree Madison, and others. U DUB airs live on WSUM Wednesdays at 7:00 PM.


*Ticket pre-orders are guaranteed a copy of “Live on U DUB.”


“Live on U DUB” Track List:

01. Nama Rupa – Feelin’ Fine

02. Super Irie and the Rockstones – Real Big Man

03. T.U.G.G. – Mexico (Acoustic Version)

04. TakI Allstars – Break Away

05. Natty Nation – Civil Rights

06. Kingtown Rockers – King Soun

07. Dread-I International Connection – Psalms 23

08. Dubtonic Kru – Natty Dread

09. Roots Collective – Chain Reaction

10. Unity the Band – High High High



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Jason is a copywriter/freelance writer and rockstar wannabe living in Middleton. He loves music of all genres and is a staunch supporter of local bands. Rock on Madison!

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