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B.R. Stylers

B.R. Stylers

B.R. Stylers


BR Stylers is a reggae dub band from Pordenone, a small town in the north east of Italy. BR stylers started playing in spring 2000 and are composed by Michela Grena (voice), Paolo B (Bass,programming & dubs) GP Ennas (drums), Stefano Boscolo (live sound engeneer ), Ras Antonio ( live keyboards); During the years they performed at Rototom Reggae Sunsplash festival in Italy, Soca River splash in Slovenia, Mocvara Festival in Croatia, Reggae in Wulf Read more on Last.fm
BR Stylers is a reggae dub band from Pordenone, a small town in the north east of Italy. BR stylers started playing in spring 2000 and are composed by Michela Grena (voice), Paolo B (Bass,programming & dubs) GP Ennas (drums), Stefano Boscolo (live sound engeneer ), Ras Antonio ( live keyboards); During the years they performed at Rototom Reggae Sunsplash festival in Italy, Soca River splash in Slovenia, Mocvara Festival in Croatia, Reggae in Wulf in Germany and had the honour to perform together with many reggae dub artists such as Zion Train, Revolutionary Dub Warriors, Mad Professor, Lee Perry, Horace Andy, Africa Unite…they have also played in many clubs and squats in Italy, Slovenia and Croatia. In December 2002 their first album "DUB RESONANCE" was released thanks to the great support of an independent Slovenian label, VINYLMANIA RECORDS. In June 2003 Alpha & Omega new album "Spirit of the Ancients" was released, and BR Stylers contributed with 2 remix, created by the London duo A&O, only for their own new album.

The two remix are both based on the song "One Island dub" (Dub Resonance- Vinylmania Records, 2003) and are called "No more sadness" for the sung version and "Island of dub" for the dub version. In 2004 gigs kept going and not only that. After a gig at Villaggio Globale in Rome such as supporter of the most interesting and well known voice in reggae, Massive Attack, Horace Andy, they got back to Dub alchemy studio in springtime- only one year and a half after the release of their first album, Dub Resonance- to record an EP called "OVER THIS PLACE", completely written and arranged by BR Stylers themselves and mixed by Madaski at the Spliff Dada Studio in Pinerolo (Turin). Special guest on this EP is the English dub activist Jah Free. At the End of June the EP finally was released in the market, again under the Vinylmania Records Slovenian Label, and gave start to the "OVER THIS SPACE TOUR 2004".

Again BP Stylers performed at the Rototom Reggae Sunsplash main stage, River splash in Tolmino, at the Etno blog in Lignano Sabbiadoro and at the main reggae festival in Polland, the Bielawa reggae festival, first gig of the short tour that took them for the very first time in eastern Europe. In September they attended some other important events such as Baraonda Summer Festival, opening for Africa Unite, and in the middle of the month, they attended the short movie European exhibit "Milano Film Festival May 2005 Brstylers Poland tour: The italian band leaves for 10 gigs around Poland touching the most important cities of the country, Warsaw, Opole,Krakow… June 2005: the new album of B.r.stylers – “ Dubbing from the earth” is out, released for the first time from the Italian label “ Alternative - Venus” and distributed all over Italy. Written and arranged and recorded by BR Stylers and mixed by Madaski from Africa Unite ( the most important italian raggae band). The album is a journey – a vision around the earth and her faces.

Special guest Vibronics, Prince Alla & Dubital. Summer 2005 B.R.stylers was on tour around Italy , Slovenia and Crotia. 2009 - April 10 th the new album "Indubstria" is out Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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