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Gentlemans Dub Club

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Gentlemans Dub Club

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Drum n Bass
Dubstep
Reggae
Ska

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23
Jun
Bristol Sounds: Gentleman's Dub Club
Canons Marsh Amphitheatre, Bristol Harbourside, Bristol
From 1:00PM

Biography

All nine members of Gentleman’s Dub Club met whilst studying in Leeds in 2006. They would go down to a regular dub night called SubDub which was run by Iration Steppas. These nights provided affirmation that they wanted to get into the scene themselves. On vocals is Jonathan Scratchley, Tommy Evans is on drums, Luke Allwood on keys, Nick Tyson on guitar, Toby Davis on bass and synths, Niall Lavelle on percussion, Matt Roberts on trumpet, Kieren Gallagher on sax and finally Harry Devenish sorting out the sound.

In 2013 they released their debut album ‘FOURtyFOUR’ which was a reference to the house number where they initially practiced together. They’ve since gone on to release four more albums and are currently in the midst of making their fifth.

They’ve become huge festival hits and have become synonymous with dub and soundsystem culture in the UK. Their reggae and electronic sound has quite a unique flavour to it and it makes for a spectacle when played live.

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Reggae Land 2024 at The National Bowl
Reggae Land 2024Sat 3rd Aug12:00 pm - 11:00 pmThe National Bowl, Milton Keynes

Biography

All nine members of Gentleman’s Dub Club met whilst studying in Leeds in 2006. They would go down to a regular dub night called SubDub which was run by Iration Steppas. These nights provided affirmation that they wanted to get into the scene themselves. On vocals is Jonathan Scratchley, Tommy Evans is on drums, Luke Allwood on keys, Nick Tyson on guitar, Toby Davis on bass and synths, Niall Lavelle on percussion, Matt Roberts on trumpet, Kieren Gallagher on sax and finally Harry Devenish sorting out the sound.

In 2013 they released their debut album ‘FOURtyFOUR’ which was a reference to the house number where they initially practiced together. They’ve since gone on to release four more albums and are currently in the midst of making their fifth.

They’ve become huge festival hits and have become synonymous with dub and soundsystem culture in the UK. Their reggae and electronic sound has quite a unique flavour to it and it makes for a spectacle when played live.

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