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Byron Shire
May 20, 2022

Day of interconnectedness

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Richmond candidates 2022: The Greens, Mandy Nolan

Mandy Nolan needs little introduction to most readers of The Echo, where she has a weekly column. She is a comedian and journalist running as a candidate for The Greens in the federal seat of Richmond.

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On 11.11.11. the ‘World day of Interconnectedness’, CBD Dub Project are coming out of hibernation for a spring show. It’s a Dub-reggae, soul and trip-hop experience, with the soul intention of getting people on the dance floor to feel the interconnection.

CBD Dub create a sublime sound built on solid grooves, rhythmic beats, vocal harmonies and loops layered into all original songs in the style of dub-reggae, soul and trip-hop.

CBD have played a wide range of gigs from big dance-parties and festivals to more intimate weddings and cafes. They’ve played alongside Kora (NZ), Easy Star All Stars (dub side of the moon), Wicked Beat Sound System, and The Black Seeds (NZ). Join CBD bringing their smooth sounds back to the rails for the first time in two years. The Rails on Friday.

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