Horace Andy

Written by McNulty Mark

If there was one downside to last night’s Horace Andy show at District, it’s the fact that I didn’t know Ital Fresh were in the house and I went and ate at some standard tourist caff before heading down there. Apart from that schoolboy error, it was a fantastic night and a welcome return to being lost in music and friends again after a few weeks of doing very little out in the country. Backed by Mafia & Fluxy, Ft. Matic Horns and introduced by Levi Tafari, it was stacked with hits including his Massive Attack collaborations Hymn of the Big Wheel and Spying Glass but the highlight (of many) for me was his take on the Garnett Mimms classic Quiet Place.  A great night with great people and hats off to Positive Vibration for bringing more great reggae to the city. Onwards and upwards.

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McNulty Mark

Photographer | Filmmaker | Liverpool | North Wales | Music | Culture |Travel

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