Jah Tung & The Natural Order, DJ Jesse I (Chant Down Sound)


7:00 pmSaturday, 17 August 2019


Penny's Bandroom

420 Sydney Road, Brunswick

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With the freedom to serve up vivid new flavours as well as reinventing the familiar classics, Jah Tung & The Natural Order enchant and entice the audience from the door to the dance floor, with their addictive and animated orchestrations, hypnotic grooves and an overall vivacious atmosphere.

International recording and performing artist Jah Tung, originating from Sydney, has recently joined the ranks of Melbourne's vibrant music scene, quickly gaining momentum in Naarm, as the lyrical souljah now has the strength of a full musical artillery behind his profound messages and colourful melodies.

Joining forces with some of Melbourne's most renowned and skillful reggae musicians, bassy and producer JahWise, keys phenomenon Riccardo Barbarulo and percussion extraodinaire Carlos Meza, as well as various other resident musicians of Melbourne, Jah Tung is honoured and excited to present The Natural Order, an unstoppable force bringing you the most electrifying riddims with the most intricate, dynamic and illustrious arrangements.

Previously sharing stages on tours and festival appearances, the accomplished musicians kept in touch despite the distance between cities, building a solid foundation for serious future works as soon as that gap was closed by destiny. Now, living in the same city, their collective mission has been anointed as they unite and continue their journey in ordained oneness.

"People are beginning to awaken to the flaws of the western system and to question the structure of the "ordinary" or "average" lifestyle. This is evident in the growing underground reggae, hip hop and dancehall communities, all of whom are striving to forge their own way, by virtue of our failing leaders.

An honest reflection of our journey and the struggles we face as spiritual beings with physical limitations and expectations.

Profound lyrics and meditative sonic frequencies to feed your soul.”


One the most respected reggae personalities in Australia, Jesse I is known around the world as an authority on contemporary Jamaican music and a selector of the finest roots, reggae and

dancehall sounds.

Jesse I has been a fixture of the Melbourne airwaves since 1997, when he got his start with student radio station SRA FM (now SYN FM) before moving to the bigger public broadcaster PBS FM in 1999. Jesse’s reggae program Babylon Burning was recognised nationally with a CBAA Award for Excellence in Music Programming in 2015, and can now be heard weekly not only on PBS, but also around Australia on the Community Radio Network.

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