Noble Works started off the juggling on Sound System Fridays, big up Ian and Skillmore. They had been there before, and as professionals in their craft, they arrived just a few minutes after the 9pm kick off time to deliver another great performance on the show. Noble Works were slotted into the Friday Night show as a replacement for Mystic, originally scheduled but cancelled a few days earlier by the promoter of Modern Warfare, Toronto’s first Soundclash for 2014 scheduled for Hickory House the following Friday January 31st. Noble Works is scheduled as opening Sound for the clash, but are not in the clash itself. Just like their first appearance on Sound System Fridays, they impressed the critics, listeners and viewers in the chat room who were over complimentary about the Noble Works performance, their dedication to Canadian artists, and their dub box depth, while highlighting the fact that they arrived on time for the show.
Cumtraxx was the next Sound to appear,nand would be the only Sound participating in clashing at Modern Warfare that would show up for the show (big up Bones and Dave for repping). Twin Starr was represented by Peasah and Roman, but Twin Star DJ-micsman Jr. D wasn’t there nor was the Twin Starr dubbox. Cumtraxx also had been at Sound System Fridays on various occasions, and they were consistent in their dub plate, speech and vibe delivery. Big them up also for working with Jamiaca’s Navino, who passed through courtesy of the promoter Phace who had him scheduled in concert the following night in Brantford. Big up Squidley (Klymax), Sadiq, Next, week, Exile 1 is scheduled to play on Sound System Fridays. Enjoy the Podcast.