Tight Reggae Riffs At The Tralf With Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad

In what’s become an almost annual event now,  Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad (GPGDS) passed through the Tralf Music Hall in Buffalo on April 16th.

Level 7 started the night off playing some funk by George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, as well as other classic funk and hip hop. Their lyricist had a good stage presence, and got the early crowd into it. He also sat in with GPGDS for a song during their 2nd set. GPGDS makes such mellow, happy and easy going music. It’s the type of sound that a fan of any genre of music can get into and enjoy. That Saturday night at The Tralf was no different; as soon as they hit the stage the crowd started moving. They put on a great show for the hometown crowd that night. Their tour continued on afterwards but they expressed a few times how good it was to be back home for the night.

Overall, it was a great night of music. Panda kept their momentum rolling in between sets. They hit the stage for their second set and started right where they left off as they brought The Tralf alive that night. No complaints from my end. How can you complain when you get 2 live sets of a riveting act like GPGDS for less than the price of a tank of gas?

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