Unified Culture
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Unified Culture

Band R&B Reggae


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The band called, “Unified Culture” is a tough and hard hitting, original reggae band currently playing out of Seattle, Washington and other parts of the Pacific Northwest.
The band called, “Unified Culture” uses a unique combination of roots reggae and dancehall rhythms, blended together and dubbed out live. With an emphasis on wicked intros, mixes,heavy bass lines and catchy saxophone licks, their live roots and contemporary styles leaves a lasting impression for all
Five Island Boys from the Hawaiian and Samoan Islands of the Paradise Pacific have all in their own right, managed brilliant careers performing and recording with other musicians all around the world. As fate would have it, they found out that they all lived within a 15 mile radius from each other. Naturally, a collaborative effort to bring out their style of reggae music was not a hard choice. The two newest band members, “Uso T” on vocals and saxophone and Fili on bass have shared the stage with iconic reggae groups such as Steele Pulse, Jimmy Cliff, Big Mountain, Kapena, Willie K, and mainstream groups such as, Stanley Jordan, Kool and the Gang, and KC and the Sunshine Band just to name a few. Joey aka “the Maestro, plays the keys with silky sweet patches that would make Bob Marley proud. Oh yea, Joey also plays the bass and guitar making him the most versatile musician in the group. I-Ray is our drummer and is the glue that holds the beats down. Besides being one of the premier reggae drummers in the South Pacific and the Pacific Northwest, he also promotes reggae shows via “Drummaboi Productions” His sponsored reggae shows have hit the Pacific Northwest by storm since his arrival in 1998. Jr. is our elder statesman playing the rhythm guitar. Junior’s pleasant attitude and strong vision to share our music to the world has been a moving force to keeping the band close and on task.