Hailing from the Virgin Islands, Bambú Station's new album 'Children Of Exodus,' is gaining the attention of critics, reggae-fans and music-lovers alike, world-wide.
'Children Of Exodus' is quickly re-affirming Bambú Station as a band of tremendous importance, in establishing the direction that reggae music is heading. While staying true to it's form, Bambú station has masterfully created an album that reminds us that reggae music still has many new places to go, withoutcompromising the message of the music.
Bambú Station Band was founded in 1996 by singer/songwriter/musician and producer, Jalani Horton. In 1998, Jalani established the Bambú Station Studio and with the bandmates: Don deCastro, Any Llanos, Tuff Lion and Phil Merchant continued on to record 10 albums (including 3 band albums, 3 collaborative albums and 4 albums with singers: Iba, Black Culture and Ickarus).
Internationally renowned for their live performance and involvement in the community (founders of Bambú Station Foundation), they continue to bring energy and positivity to fans and show-goers around the world.
The sound of Bambú Station is best described as heavy, natural and relentlessly captivating. From it's music to it's lyrics, Bambú Station's sound is very percussive, profound and inviting to any listener. Their recordings and live shows are filled with a brilliant spirit, harmonies and an alluring quality. They are certainly one of the most significant artists representing reggae music in this generation.
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