The Get Stoked Music and Movies Series Presents: Concert – Dubbest and Policuture
Warren Station amps up for the 2019-2020 winter season with the Get Stoked Music and Film Series!
Dates:
Friday: Nov 08 - Nov 08
Time:
Doors Open: 7 p.m. | 7:30 p.m. Dubbest | 8:45-9:15 p.m. Intermission | 9:30-10:45 p.m. Policulture- Headliner
Warren Station at Keystone, River Run Village
Cost:
ADVANCE: $10 per person online | DAY OF: $13 per person day of show (online and at the door) | 18 and over show; Standing room only, no chairs in ballroom, only bar stools in the front lobby.
This year we are kicking off the 2-week long event with a double billed Reggae/Dub/Ska show, featuring Dubbest from San Diego and Boulder’s own Policulture. Get stoked for another season with swag giveaways, raffle tickets, and bar specials at Warren Station. Better yet, every purchased ticket comes with a complimentary raffle ticket. We will be raffling off something amazing during intermission! Policulture- is the Original Mountain Reggae band from Boulder, CO. Policulture emanates heavy drum and bass with a roots rhythm, melodic horn section, and conscious lyrics. Forming in 2010 the band developed a contemporary reggae sound that is shaped by their upbringing and surrounding environment. With an understanding that music undoubtedly has the power to change the world, Policulture advocates a perspective of positivity and achievability in their music. Dubbest - Since 2009, Dubbest has been forging its own path through the heavily forested reggae landscape, expertly infusing roots traditionalism with a refreshing improvisational savvy that calls to mind not only the studio experimentation of pioneering dub producers Osbourne “King Tubby” Ruddock and Lee “Scratch” Perry but also the real-time exploration of jam bands like the Grateful Dead and Phish. As friends in high school, guitarist Andrew MacKenzie, singer/melodica player Ryan Thaxter , bassist Sean Craffey, guitarist Cory Mahoney, and drummer Kyle Hancock shared a love of pop-punk and ska, bonding over bands like Black Flag, until they caught wind of Augustus Pablo’s 1974 dub classic Ital Dub. This was the gamechanger that set the stage for their current musical approach: using introspective, spacious bass and drum grooves to anchor a thickly-textured interplay of instruments, vocals, and timbres. With their third album, Light Flashes, Dubbest is poised for national recognition.