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St. Luke’s Reggae All Dayer July 28th

We were  happy to hear from the mighty St.Luke’s when they contacted us about their upcoming reggae all-dayer. It sounds like just the thing for July in Glasgow.


Events kick off at 2pm in the venue with market stalls selling items including jewellery, art, books, records, clothes & crystals. From 7pm there’s a headline set from Hometown Soundsystem featuring YT & Campeazi, a live performance from Riddemption and Dj set from Geri Irie.


James Hometown, founder of Hometown Promotion Sound System, is  a constant force in the Scotland’s bass music scene, especially known for his all vinyl excursions in dancehall, dubstep ,grime, reggae, UK garage, jungle,and dub, as well as his sound-clash style performances with Hometown crew. James’ journey started in 2008 in Glasgow, where he was deeply influenced by the early UK dubstep movement and sound system culture from Jamaica and the UK. After honing his skills and style with Mungo’s Hi Fi and Scotch Bonnet Records, he launched Hometown Promotion Sound System in 2016, touring the UK and Europe with his custom-built bass music sound system and “Hometown Sessions” event.

His efforts continued into 2020 as he opened the Raggamuffin Records shop, Scotland’s go-to spot for bass music lovers, and kicked off “SOUND” in 2023, a clubnight that’s all about Sound System Musik. “Sound System Musik” is the simple yet profound term James uses to describe his approach to DJing – staying true to the roots of sound system culture and style drawing heavy influence from the early dancehall movement in Jamaica, whilst also keeping a finger on the pulse of the latest rumbles from the UK underground.

James is a true Glaswegian, and wants nothing more than for the scene to grow in the city. His journey from a local music enthusiast to a key figure in the bass music community shows his dedication, skill, and love for the sound.

Tix are available here
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