Bedouin Soundclash

Bedouin Soundclash

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Formed in 2000 by lead singer Jay Malinowski and bassist Eon Sinclair, Bedouin Soundclash blends pop, reggae, and electronic music influences to create a distinctly Canadian fusion all their own.

The band has recorded 4 full length albums including the 2005 release "Sounding A Mosaic" who's lead single "When the Night Feels My Song" peaked at #1 and #24 on Canadian radio and BBC radio charts respectively. The success of the single and the album led the band to receive the 2006 Juno Award for Breakthrough Group of The Year.

Bedouin Soundclash has headline toured through-out the world, opened for diverse acts including No Doubt, Ben Harper and Damian Marley and played countless festivals including Vans Warped Tour (North America), Leeds and Reading Festival (UK), Osheaga (Canada), Soundwave (Australia), World Expo 2010 (China), and Summersonic (Japan).

After taking a hiatus in 2012, the band returned to release it's first full length recording since 2010 with "MASS" (Sony Canada, Fall 2017). The 2017 release was the band's 5th album and saw them travel New Orleans to record with longtime friends The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, who update the street reggae rock of Bedouin Soundclash by adding their timeless, vintage deep American folk and jazz history.