Trojan 7

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preserving the sound system's traditional roots and origins

Established in the late 60’s by Cecil Gall Snr, this sound was well known for playing reggae, blue beat and traditional music at house parties. Cecil Gall Jnr took control of the sound system from his father in the late 1970’s and later renamed it ‘Studio Two’. He continued to play the same music his father had previously played right up to the mid 1980’s and when he decided to change the name to CMC Roadshow - a new musical phenomenon was born! 

The CMC Roadshow dominated the Drum and Bass stage at Notting Hill Carnival for over 30 years, so it came as a real surprise to all when in honour of his father Cecil decided to revert back to his roots, reviving what can be described as a reggae sound system in it's true sense and form. If you're searching for authenticity in the sense of retro Jamaican sound and equipment, then Trojan 7 is most definitely the choice.


British Association of Sound Systems

The BASS member sound systems are predominantly made up of the Sound Systems that you will find located at the annual London Notting Hill Carnival (Europe's largest street festival) which takes place every year over 2 days, during the August Bank Holiday weekend in London. 

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