House of Marley Hits The Big Screen With Making of Legend Remixed

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Imagine having the chance to remix a Bob Marley song. Pulling Aston Barrett’s bass sounds from the original track, adding spacey echo to Bob’s vocal tracks and putting your own stamp on a classic song. It’d be a dream, right? That’s exactly what a group of musicians set out to do with the Legend Remixed album, and now an accompanying documentary is set for release this week.

Entitled Making of Legend Remixed, the film follows the creative process of musicians and producers (ranging from reggae to rock to EDM), trying their hand at remixing Marley tracks. The goal? Reimagining the greatest hits album, Legend, and creating a new spin on a timeless sound. Chosen by Ziggy Marley, producer Jason Bentley oversaw the project which features Stephen Marley, Pretty Lights, Thievery Corporation, Jason Bentley, Lee “Scratch” Perry and more.

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The Making of Legend Remixed makes its debut this week at the legendary El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday, August 7, and the premiere is going to be crazy.  With DJ sets coming from Photek and Beats Antique (both were contributors to Legend Remixed), expect tons of stars walking the red carpet and lots of love for the music of Bob Marley.

Can’t make it to Los Angeles? No worries. The film will be making its online debut on August 7, when the Making of Legend Remixed is broadcast live on the Tuff Gong TV YouTube channel. Tune in and you’ll be able to check out in-depth, behind-the-scenes footage of the creative process that went into the Legend Remixed album. Catch rare glimpses of studio life and what it’s like to turn a reggae classic into a electronic masterpiece.

LegendRemixed3Check out the exclusive clip for Making of Legend Remixed below and get ready for the big premiere on Wednesday, August 7. It’s all going down at the big party at the El Rey Theatre, but you can get your front row seat right here.

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