Bump ‘n Grind’s Analog Market
May 28th and 29th, 9am - 4pm
9150 Brookville Rd.
Silver Spring, MD
It’s Spring Cleaning Time for Bump ‘n Grind, so we are hosting our first ever ANALOG Market. Memorial Day Weekend, several vintage vendors and analog enthusiasts will be selling at our Clubhouse on 9150 Brookville Rd in Silver Spring, MD.
This week’s Liner Notes wrap up the final leg of the Bump ‘n Grind Wax Version Excursion to the island of Jamaica.
In the last days of the B ‘n G Wax crew’s search for music and sunshine, they were rewarded with the opportunity to cut specialized dubplates by foundational reggae artists, Prince Alla and Ken Boothe. A vital aspect to the development of reggae and dancehall traditions in Jamaica, and later globally, dubplates are unique renditions of hit songs that popular artists sing for requesting deejays, record labels, and radio stations. Dubplates are valuable resources in the Jamaican music industry, one-of-a-kind specials played during dances and mixes that flamboyantly tell the public who the biggest and baddest selectors are in town.