march, 2020

12mar8:30 pm11:00 pmBedouin SoundclashDiscipline:MusicType of event:Performance

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Event Details

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival and KPP Concerts are thrilled to present BEDOUIN SOUNDCLASH.  Former Kingstonians and Queen’s alum, Bedouin Soundclash return to Kingston for KCFF20. They made their local debut 20 years ago, the same time the Fest was taking shape – so, a perfect fit for our 20th-anniversary celebration!


Doors open at 8pm, music starts at 8:30pm

Tickets are $22 in advance

Tickets are available online and at Brian’s Record Option, The Brass and the Ale House.

 

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Formed nearly two decades ago and named after Israeli dub artist/producer Badawi’s 1996 release, Bedouin Soundclash debuted in 2001 with the album Root Fire. Their acclaimed sophomore release Sounding a Mosaic (2004) featured the hit single, “When the Night Feels My Song” and was produced by legendary punk-hardcore royalty Darryl Jenifer of Bad Brains. This earned Bedouin Soundclash their first JUNO Award in 2006 for Canada’s Best New Group. Their follow-up album, Street Gospels (2007) also produced by Jenifer, earned a “Pop Album of the Year” nomination and “Video of the Year” nomination for the single “Walls Fall Down” at the 2008 JUNO’s as well as three Much Music Video Award nominations for their video for “Until We Burn in the Sun” in 2009. In addition to No Doubt, the band has also shared the stage with Ben Harper, Damian Marley, The Roots, The Interrupters, Gogol Bordello, Bad Brains, and Thievery Corporation among others.

 

Flash forward to 2019, after a nine-year hiatus, the band re-emerges ready to release their fifth studio album MASS, produced by King Britt and Bedouin Soundclash. The album is a powerful experience that spans two communities, recorded in New Orleans with Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and in Vancouver at the St. James Church with the children of the St. James Music Academy.

 

Formed nearly two decades ago and named after Israeli dub artist/producer Badawi’s 1996 release, Bedouin Soundclash debuted in 2001 with the album Root Fire. Their acclaimed sophomore release Sounding a Mosaic (2004) featured the hit single, “When the Night Feels My Song” and was produced by legendary punk-hardcore royalty Darryl Jenifer of Bad Brains. This earned Bedouin Soundclash their first JUNO Award in 2006 for Canada’s Best New Group. Their follow-up album, Street Gospels (2007) also produced by Jenifer, earned a “Pop Album of the Year” nomination and “Video of the Year” nomination for the single “Walls Fall Down” at the 2008 JUNO’s as well as three Much Music Video Award nominations for their video for “Until We Burn in the Sun” in 2009. In addition to No Doubt, the band has also shared the stage with Ben Harper, Damian Marley, The Roots, The Interrupters, Gogol Bordello, Bad Brains, and Thievery Corporation among others.

 

Flash forward to 2019, after a nine-year hiatus, the band re-emerges ready to release their fifth studio album MASS, produced by King Britt and Bedouin Soundclash. The album is a powerful experience that spans two communities, recorded in New Orleans with Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and in Vancouver at the St. James Church with the children of the St. James Music Academy.

Time

(Thursday) 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Ale House & Canteen

393 Princess St

Organizer

Kingston Canadian Film Festival & KPP Concertsinfo@kingcanfilmfest.com Box 70 Kingston, ON K7L 4V6

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