Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry | The Archives of Different Sounds
Since right now there are no concerts we are coming to the rescue by bringing back the best moments of Different Sounds 2019!. Every Monday, join us for a premiere of previously unpublished videos from last year’s edition of the festival.
Premieres at 16.00 on Different Sounds’ Facebook Page.
Watch it with us live and let us know how you like it.
Other Different Sounds 2019 videos:
Brain Damage: facebook.com/innebrzmienia/videos/244098066777919/
Born in Jamaica, Rainford Hugh Perry, today widely known as Lee “Scratch” Perry, has been fundamental for the development and popularization of such genres as reggae and dub, and, further down the line also dancehall, hip-hop, ska or even avant-garde electronic music. The artist, in the same league as such legends as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh or King Tubby, has left his mark on a major part of 20th century music. Currently, having switched Jamaica for Switzerland, he is still active, recording albums, creating new collaborations and continuously giving concerts.
His visit in Lublin was undoubtedly a big event for the fans, but also be a truly unique meeting with an icon who has permanently gone down in history and whose achievements are an endless source of inspiration for the next generations of bands, sound systems and music producers all over the world.