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Wah Gwaan Saturdays with TURBULENCE

We are proud to present a veteran artist, hailing from Jamaica, better known by his stage name: TURBULENCE

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ø Live from Jamaica: TURBULENCE
https://www.facebook.com/turbulence.stronger

ø SOUNDTANK CREW (StruttinBeats Records/SUB)
https://facebook.com/soundtankcrew

ø TALLAWAH MOVEMENT
https://www.facebook.com/TallawahMovement/

Wicked Flyer-Design by Ulrich Enge / Sublab

••• FOTOS © Dominik Perchtold •••

••• HARD FACTS •••

DOORS HALLE: 23.00
ENTRY: AK 15€

••• MEDIENPARTNER •••

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••• LOCATION •••

SUB
Singergasse 6-8
2700 Wiener Neustadt
www.sub.at
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••• ANFAHRT & PARKEN •••

www.sub.at/sub/anfahrt/

| Parken |

Theatergarage: Parkhaus 200m entfernt vom SUB, ab 20.00 Uhr kostenlos

| Anreise PKW |

-von Wien kommend:

A2 Südautobahn bis Ausfahrt Wiener Neustadt West, Kreisverkehr zweite Ausfahrt auf B26, nach der zweiten Überführung links halten, direkt unter der Überführung nach rechts in den Ferdinand-Porsche-Ring und nach ca. 250m links in die Theatergarage einbiegen.

-von Graz kommend:

A2 Südautobahn bis zur Ausfahrt Wiener Neustadt -Zentrum, bei der zweiten Ampel nach links abbiegen und dann links halten. Direkt unter der Überführung nach rechts in den Ferdinand-Porsche-Ring und nach ca. 250m links in die Theatergarage einbiegen.

| Anreise BAHN |

Das SUB ist von Wien Meidling aus per Intercity in weniger als 30 Minuten Fahrzeit und 5 Minuten Gehzeit sehr gut zu erreichen. Beim Verlassen des Bahnhofsgebäudes geradeaus in die Bahngasse spazieren und nach 200m links in die Singergasse einbiegen.

Von Wien Meidling: 21:58 / 23:03 / 00:03
Nach Wien Meidling: 4:36 / 5:31

Fahrplanauskunft:
www.fahrplan.oebb.at/bin/query.exe/dn

••• SPECIAL FEATURES •••

ø new Lightshow
ø free WIFI for all SUB guests
ø Fingerfood and Snacks – served all night!
ø neue Schnaps- und Weinkarte

••• PRESS INFO •••

ABOUT TURBULENCE
Turbulence (born Sheldon Campbell on 11 January 1980) is a Jamaican reggae artist. He is a self-proclaimed member of the Rastafari movement. He was discovered in 1999 by Philip “Fatis” Burrell. He has released a number of albums including I Believe, United, Notorious – The Album, Songs of Solomon, Triumphantly, Join Us and Hail The King and was featured in an episode of the BBC documentary series Storyville. He is also known for his song “Blood dem out” which was featured on a highly profiled freestyle ski movie called “Show and Prove”

ABOUT SOUNDTANK CREW
“Forward Ever, Backward Never – the original Badman Sound from Countryside”
The reggae soundsystem SOUNDTANK CREW was founded in late 2007 by STRUTTINBEATS-Founder MUVA and SAN CLEMENTE with the mission to bring nice vibes and caribbean flavor to the lower austrian massive. A monthly night in Wiener Neustadt’s biggest club was born – “WILD OUT” mashin up the place, quickly becoming the regular reggae club to attend. In 2008, third member CHIQUITAMAN was added to the crew and the first old school soundsystem was bought. As of 2012, the orginal SOUNDTANK continues as a two man show, consisting of MUVA and CHIQUITAMAN. The two soundmen understand their business: from early roots and dub, to classic 80ties/90ties dancehall to the newest shots of the reggae industry – these guys have the tunes and understand how to rise the temperature throughout the night inna di dance. Love for the detail is also something the guest will always remember when attending a SOUNDTANK dance: the PA, the flyer-design, the decoration – handsorted and chosen wisely. After several years of partying hard and nearly 40 gigs, 2013 brings new goals: WILD OUT gets a new home, in one of Austria’s newest and most modern club: the SUB. The Crew can look back to Gigs with the likes of Turbulence, Gappy Ranks, Perfect Giddimani, Mikeylous, Baba Sound, Soulforce, Glockwork Posse and Sting Like A Bee, just to name a few. The guys went also into production: 2013 sees their first riddim release, a relick of the classic “Rockfort Rock”. Their first trip to Jamaica for 4 weeks brought a lot of new links and impressions, which will be altered in many different ways in the future. “WILD OUT” transforms into a real jamaican party – named “WAH GWAAN” from now on, at the SUB Club Wiener Neustadt. The next riddims are also in the making – so watch fi dis!