pure reggae with oriental influences and sounds from North Africa
Panache Culture is a mix of musical styles: pure reggae with oriental influences and sounds from North Africa.
The group addresses various themes of life and both those who give them a positive energy and those who provoke envy of revolt, it is also their way of making us travel through a new musical world. Panache Culture brings Reggae music into a new dimension.
A Roots-Rock-Reggae vibration from an original musical combination with multiple influences.
Panache Culture is also enriched by various collaborations as Backing Band with Jamaican artists of international fame such as: Earl 16, Mickey Spice, Dawe Congo, Prezident Brown, Anthony B, Rico Rodriguez, Black Steel, Macka B and all the artists of Barry O’Hare, X-Rated.
This band can boast of working with the best of them, including Mad Professor, this genius of sound, who not only mixed the first two Panache Culture albums: “Tell them” and “Travel in a dream”, but also produced the ‘Moroccan sunrise’ album, with its dubby drum & bass touch and exotic accents of an intriguing reggae cocktail, dance, berber-trance and vibes without borders.
It’s also the same sound that can be found on “Roots experience”.
This band can boast of working with the best of them, including Mad Professor
After four albums and collaborations with big names of Reggae, Panache Culture has directed “The Speech”, a 16 titles in French.
In 2009, the band composed and produced the soundtrack for the Belgian film “Aller-retour”. (Produced and directed by Mohamed Hamra, bassist of the group)
Currently, Panache Culture is working on a new album, in collaboration with the famous Jamaican trombonist, Matic Horns aka Henry ‘Buttons’ Tenyue (London) and Stepper Guillaume (Paris).
In recent years, Panache Culture has paid special tribute to Bob Marley entitled “Panache Play Bob” which is the happiness of the reggae festivals throughout Europe.
Also note that one of the first studio specializes in reggae sound was set up in Liege by the group and that it already makes reference in the middle of the Reggae.