Bedouin Soundclash | Street Gospels
Bedouin Soundclash bring the most reverent respect of reggae roots to the Warped Tour people, and even if Street Gospels leans on heavier punk influences ("Gunships," "Walls Fall Down"), the opening "Until We Burn in the Sun" starts things off right with a hearty, dub-influenced groove. The production of Bad Brains bassist Darryl Jenifer only makes this Kingston quality stronger. If for only the name, the relaxed "Nico on the Night Train" is another favorite. - Nate C.

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