Inside Story - Cathy Spaas
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Cathy Spaas is a world-class coach to professional performers, artists, and creatives. She supports highly sensitive and intuitive individuals to make breakthroughs in their life and career, so that they can thrive at the highest level, create their most profound work, and find lasting fulfillment. Cathy helps align mindset, emotions, and actions to achieve goals across areas of work, relationships, and health. As a former elite international show jumper she knows the pressures facing those working at the highest level. Cathy teaches her clients to redefine their success building a life of true happiness. To Learn more visit: https://cathyspaasacademy.com/

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The Majestic - Naw Tek Dem (ft Marga Dread)
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The Majestic - Naw Tek Dem (ft Marga Dread)

The Majestic is a Roots Rock Reggae band hailing from London. Taking some of the liveliest parts of reggae, from an eclectic set of influences, and with a diversity of origin comes an infectious blend of British and Jamaican music. The Majestic was formed in the early 1980s by band leader Baba Ras, with its initial success leading to a tour supporting Misty in Roots, and culminating in the Stonehenge Festival of ‘83 alongside Hawkwind. The band then went on hiatus until 2011, when they returned to the UK scene for a second time, racking up an impressive three hundred-plus shows in their first three years. Bit by bit, a gradual change in line up culminated in the six-piece performing today. With a traditional riddim section mixed with rocky guitar leads and saxophone hooks, the Majestic promise a wild spectacle. Whilst a regular at Boomtown and Falmouth Reggae Festival, the band are a familiar face on the wider UK festival circuit, and is intimate with venues such as Brixton’s Hootananny, Brixton Jamm and The Fox And Firkin, frequently playing reggae hotbeds in London and beyond. Currently, the final touches on the band’s second album, Roots and Reality, are being made, being released for summer 2020. The Majestic can now usually be found touring the length and breadth of the UK and further, sharing its own diverse brand of reggae and bringing party vibes everywhere they go. Love, peace and a message of compassion and unity is what The Majestic spread! Uniting their fellow humans through music is an absolute must! Special thanks to all the musicians that have been a part of The Majestic journey and have come to play with us along the years!

Show Stopper, UnoTheActivist
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Show Stopper, UnoTheActivist

UnoTheActivist - Show Stopper (Prod. Corey Lingo & Gosuto)


Get so high, by IAMWARFACE
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Get so high, by IAMWARFACE

Get So High, by Iamwarface


Rock/Metal Drum - Jan-Vincent Velazco
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Rock/Metal Drum - Jan-Vincent Velazco

Drums | Jan-Vincent Velazco https://www.facebook.com/janvincentve... http://www.jan-vincentvelazco-drums.c... https://www.instagram.com/janvincentv... https://twitter.com/JVincentVelazco Guitars | Ben Higgins http://www.thereckoning.net http://www.youtube.com/userBenHiggins...


The Majestic - Naw Tek Dem (ft Marga Dread)
05:04
The Majestic - Naw Tek Dem (ft Marga Dread)

The Majestic is a Roots Rock Reggae band hailing from London. Taking some of the liveliest parts of reggae, from an eclectic set of influences, and with a diversity of origin comes an infectious blend of British and Jamaican music. The Majestic was formed in the early 1980s by band leader Baba Ras, with its initial success leading to a tour supporting Misty in Roots, and culminating in the Stonehenge Festival of ‘83 alongside Hawkwind. The band then went on hiatus until 2011, when they returned to the UK scene for a second time, racking up an impressive three hundred-plus shows in their first three years. Bit by bit, a gradual change in line up culminated in the six-piece performing today. With a traditional riddim section mixed with rocky guitar leads and saxophone hooks, the Majestic promise a wild spectacle. Whilst a regular at Boomtown and Falmouth Reggae Festival, the band are a familiar face on the wider UK festival circuit, and is intimate with venues such as Brixton’s Hootananny, Brixton Jamm and The Fox And Firkin, frequently playing reggae hotbeds in London and beyond. Currently, the final touches on the band’s second album, Roots and Reality, are being made, being released for summer 2020. The Majestic can now usually be found touring the length and breadth of the UK and further, sharing its own diverse brand of reggae and bringing party vibes everywhere they go. Love, peace and a message of compassion and unity is what The Majestic spread! Uniting their fellow humans through music is an absolute must! Special thanks to all the musicians that have been a part of The Majestic journey and have come to play with us along the years!