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  • Reggae Excursion Radio #74: Katibim & more (21-07-2021)

    74th broadcast of the Reggae Excursion Radioshow. Hosted by Selector DT.

  • Reggae Excursion Radio #85: MC Showcase w/ Saimn-I & Wally Nesta (22-12-2021)

    85th broadcast of the Reggae Excursion Radioshow, hosted by Selector DT, Gus the Socialist Rocker, Saimn-I & Wally Nesta. For the last broadcast of 2021, we decided to try out a new concept, a live MC showcase on the radio. We invited the lyrical twins outta Bruges and they set the mic on fire! Saimn-I is a Belgian vocalist, guitarist, DJ and producer who has been performing internationally for more than two decades. You might have seen him on stage with Pura Vida, Jamaican Jazz Orchestra, Collieman and Wrong ‘em Boyo; or as MC with Unlisted Fanatic, Forward Fever, Back to the Roots, Tsunami Wazahari and many others. He has also been hosting the Buck Up dat Sound radioshow with Selector Waxx on Urgent.fm for the past 15 years. Wally Nesta a.k.a. Messenjah has been active for years as well, holding the microphone for Blazin' Fire, Jah Inspiration, Giraffe Sound, High'r Ites and Team DAMP, to name a few. Enjoy! Happy Holidays from the Reggae Excursion possé.

  • InSein Radio – Another Random Trip (The Sequel)

    The Sint Salvators Cathedral is one of the historical highlights in the touristic inner city of Bruges. A little known fact however is that before WOII the cathedral had twin towers. It was under the command of Joseph Goebbels that the Luftwaffe destroyed the most beautiful tower of them all. It was September 11 1943. The night before Herr Goebbels went to a local bratwurst bar and met up with the evil Head Honcho, der überführer Arsène Von Gierdegom. Von Gierdegom had long held a grudge against the second of the twin towers because it was bigger than his biological father's windmill. In exchange for this war act Arsène promised a life long supply of free wedges (mayonnaise not included). Around this time Osama Bin Laden Sr. purchased an aquarel painting depicting the devastation of the tower. He was inspired for life. Like Van Gogh before him he discovered the signature style of a true master. And if you don't believe this one, we gonna make you another one wise.

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