Sentinel Sound did score at Sound Fi Dead Clash in New York City


Back home from NYC!


Our trip to the „Sound fi Dead“ clash in the Bronx was great!

First of all, we wanna big up Pink Panther on the well deserved win, Tony Matterhorn, King Shine and Poison Dart for a great war and of course all the people who were there to support soundclash.

Also, we would like to thank Facefullblast Entertainment for putting trust in SENTINEL and bringing us over for this high caliber musical shootout.

It was a great experience for us to represent our soundsystem in New York once more and we think it´s more than fair to say, we put up a proper fight against some of the greatest selectors, the world has ever seen.

Of course, there are things, that we can and will improve, and it was also sad, that King Shine wasn´t able to play more than two rounds due to technical problems, but overall, we think this was a good comeback for SENTINEL to the soundclash arena.

Finally, we would like to big up Bobby Konders from Massive B and Dave aka Drifter from Youthman Promotion, for showing us the city, the parties and the historical Reggae places!

Peace!

The German Luger

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