Above: Photo of the trio Bedouin Soundclash. Photo by Dustin Rabin.
Unlike most musicians who try to mimic their musical idols, Bedouin Soundclash forges their own musical path creating music embodying each member’s personal and diverse musical preferences, creating their own innovative fusion of Reggae, Rock, Punk and Soul.
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Forged from friendships made at Kingston’s Queen’s University a decade ago, the Toronto trio released its debut disc "Root Fire" in 2001. That album, and a steady diet of gigging, paved the way and planted the seed for their acclaimed sophomore release "Sounding A Mosaic" (2004), which caught critics’ and audience’s ears at home and abroad with its honest blend of pop, rock, punk and reggae.
Propelled by the joyous, soul-slaking hit single, "When the Night Feels My Song," the disc helped earn Bedouin its first Juno Award, for this nation’s Best New Artist. Follow up release, 2007’s "Street Gospels," yielded hits such as "Walls Fall Down" and "Until We Burn In the Sun (The Kids Just Want a Love Song)," and only furthered the band’s reputation — earning Pop Album of the Year considerations at the Junos, and leading to international tours performing alongside acts such as No Doubt, Coldplay and Nine Inch Nails.
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Originally of punkrock fame for his vocals in Monster, in 2003 Anders Wendin took a new direction with his solo project Moneybrother: This is where he creates his custom soul orientated blend of all the music styles he likes to listen to, making moods and details from genres like reggae, rock’n’roll or even disco subliminally swing underneath.
The debut “Blood Panic” has yet made success follow him around: From a Swedish Grammy to a sold-out German tour you’ll find enough reasons for great expectations concerning the second record. Meanwhile, the musician aims at his very own goals.
Tickets are available online for $15 or $17 the day of the show.
Location: 143 S. Cedros Ave, Solana Beach, CA 92075 Google Map