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The Movement – Small Axe (Bob Marley cover) – Live at Sugarshack Sessions

Tune Of The Week: May 29 – June 4
“For us [Small Axe] means finding the truth, chopping away at negativity, and finding happiness in our own lives while bringing happiness to our friends, family, and fans.”
– Hook (Joshua Swain of The Movement)

Introducing Sugarshack Sessions: 
A new Florida-based video series featuring musicians performing mostly acoustic songs on a patio under palm trees. Although still in its infancy, Sugarshack Sessions invokes a style that is equal parts MoBoogie (before MB moved from a loft to a bar), Chicago’s Audiotree Live, and the The Pier’s acoustic series. Developed by Eddie Kopp, with the help of a few filmmakers and an audio engineer, Sugarshack Sessions is ripe for supporting the reggae scene. If you have a tour heading through FL and would like to connect with Sugarshack Sessions, let us know and we will introduce you to Eddie.

The Movement – Tour Dates
5-16: Denver CO – Bluebird Theater
5-17: Boulder CO – Upslope Get Down (Free)
5-18: Aspen CO – Belly Up Aspen (Free)
5-20: Redway CA – Mateel Community Center *
5-21: Petaluma CA – Mystic Theatre *
5-22: Crystal Bay NV – Crystal Bay Club Red Room (Free)
5-23: Sacramento CA – Assembly *
5-24: Santa Cruz CA – The Catalyst w/ Steel Pulse
5-25: Monterey CA – California Roots Festival
5-26: Ventura CA – Ventura Theater *
5-28: Fresno CA – Strummer’s *
5-29: Solana Beach CA – Belly Up *
5-30: Hermosa Beach CA – Saint Rocke
5-31: Santa Ana CA – The Observatory w/ Fortunate Youth
* with The Green

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Seth founded Rootfire while he was managing a group of influential modern reggae acts, including The Green, John Brown’s Body, and Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad. The goal of the project has always been to connect the people who participate in the modern reggae movement.

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