In association with DMF Music
Easy Star All-Stars
with Indubious
Sat 12th Aug 2023 Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:05pm (Showtimes Approx)
£25 Adv / MOTD
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US reggae group Easy Star All-Stars return to the UK for a run of festival and club shows in August 2023 celebrating the release of their newest album, a re-imagined rendition of David Bowie’s classic The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars, aptly entitled Ziggy Stardub.
Easy Star All-Stars
US reggae group Easy Star All-Stars return to the UK for a run of festival and club shows in August 2023 celebrating the release of their newest album, a re-imagined rendition of David Bowie’s classic The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars, aptly entitled Ziggy Stardub.
Blending musical versatility, instrumental prowess, beautiful vocal harmonies, and a premier rhythm section, Easy Star All-Stars have established themselves as one of the top international reggae acts on the scene for over two decades. During this time, they’ve toured in over 30 countries on 6 continents, bringing together fans of reggae, classic rock, dub, and indie rock into one big family.
Their new album out April 21 via Easy Star Records features guest performances by Macy Gray, Steel Pulse, Fishbone, Alex Lifeson (Rush), Vernon Reid (Living Colour), The Skints, Mortimer, The Expanders, Samory I, Naomi Cowan, and many others.

Since revealing the next tribute album in January, the group has shared first tastes of the project with a few singles, including “Starman,” featuring vocals by the Grammy-nominated reggae star Maxi Priest. First shared by Rolling Stone, the All-Stars and Maxi Priest put their signature twist on the beloved hit, making use of reggae drum patterns and vocal styles as they reforge Bowie’s work into a fresh piece of danceable reggae fusion. That was followed in February by “Moonage Daydream,” which featured vocals by Naomi Cowan and a searing guitar solo by Alex Lifeson of Rush. March 22 sees the release of “Five Years,” with vocals by Grammy-winners Steel Pulse.

Previous releases of the band’s long-standing collection of tribute albums include Dub Side of the Moon (2003), a critically acclaimed reggae re-working of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon; Radiodread (2006), which gave the treatment to Radiohead’s OK Computer; Easy Star’s Lonely Hearts Dub Band (2009), a reggae version of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s album; and a re-imagining of Michael Jackson’s landmark 1982 album, titled Thrillah (2012). The group has also released a remix album, Dubber Side of the Moon (2010), along with two original collections, Until That Day (2008) and First Light (2011).
The story of Indubious is not for the faint of heart. Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Indubious was forged in the fires of pain and destruction. Evan and Skip, brothers and bandmates born with Cystic Fibrosis and convinced by doctors of their impending death from an early age, have emerged as powerful forces for change and the future of conscious music.  Joined by drummer Matty Narmis, the trio is armed with impressive instrumental skill, powerful 3 part harmonies, an electrifying stage presence , and a spiritual message that has captivated audiences worldwide.  Their unique blend of transformational reggae, dub, electronica, and progressive improvisational jam creates the sonic tapestry upon which their spiritual message is delivered. Inspiring trust in a higher power, self love, and a deep unshakable faith in the human spirit, Indubious requires a shift in perspective from their listeners; to set down fear and doubt in order to enter that state of "Living Indubiously".

Currently based in Oregon, Indubious has released six albums over the past few years, including The Bridge which was released through Easy Star Records and features guest artists Sizzla, Capleton, Mike Love, Anthony B, Jah9, Zion I, Wookiefoot and more. Their previous album Beleaf, released summer 2019, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Reggae Chart and #2 on iTunes Reggae Chart. All songs were written, produced, and engineered by Indubious, and 5 of their albums are released on their own label, Righteous Sound Productions.

In November of 2022 Indubious released their documentary “Mystic Vibrosis - A Guide to Living Indubiously”, available on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Google Play and more. The doc goes into the trials and tribulations of their unique story, their childhood and diagnosis with Cystic Fibrosis, Evan’s double lung transplant procedure in 2011, Skip’s life being saved by a new wonder drug released in 2019, and the family of Evans lung donor who was tragically murdered in 2011.

The band and their legion of loyal fans have adopted the motto “Live Indubiously,” which means living life without doubt or fear, and with faith in the fact that we are all here for a reason. “Our gift is music,” says Indubious, “and our mission is to reconnect the people of the world with rightful living. We wish to speak the truth in an effort to inspire others to do the same, to raise the positive vibrations of our planet, and to help others express the true loving nature within us all.”

“For me, that’s one of the most original, refreshing pieces of reggae music I've heard in a long time. I think it’s really special.” David Rodigan on BBC in regards to the song "See Sharp"

“Simply put, Indubious is my favorite band of 2017, and From Zero is my favorite album of 2017 - and it truly deserves to be yours too.” review by Russel A. Trunk via