What is It?

The much-anticipated launch of Bass Foundation Roots’ Sound System is here! And it’s happening at Champa Gali. This is one of only three Jamaican-style hand-built reggae sound systems on the subcontinent. We hear that this has taken almost a year to fund and assemble, and we’re super excited that it is almost here.

The console is going to spread some well-loved reggae music at you and for you. Jamaican music is here for your pleasure, along with the knick-knacks at Champa Gali.

Who is It for?

Reggae is not only a popular form of music, but addresses issues of colonialism {having originated in enslaved Jamaica}. The people behind the project say, “Most Reggae music is intended not for private consumption on headphones or home systems, but for communal listening sessions on giant custom-made sound systems.”

Why Should I Go for It?

The BFR Sound System is owned and operated by Indian Reggae artists Delhi Sultanate and Begum X. aka Samara Chopra, lead singers of The Ska Vengers.

The power of the music itself is mindbogglingly good on these sound systems. Let the bass frequencies lull you into this euphoric communal event and make your way out of here, completely satisfied.

Anything Else?

Find Krunk, Champa Gali, Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters, Jugaad, Jugmug Thela and People Tree swaying through the show and helping you have a great time.

When: Apr 2

Where: Champa Gali, Khasra #258, Lane#3, Westend Marg, Saidulajab, Saket

Nearest Metro Station: Saket

Timings: 5pm – 10pm

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Featured image courtesy: The Ska Vengers


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