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JahMek Selecta has never met a Jamaican-inspired beat he didn’t like. For the better part of two decades now, the dreadlock-wearing DJ has unleashed cratefulls of irie electonic anthems over the amplifiers of clubs across the Valley, shaking both windows and dental work with dub, reggae, and dancehall tracks aplenty.

JahMek will give the Jamaican jams a rest goes when he goes on a drum ‘n’ bass bender, Wednesday, September 28, during the Konkrete Jungle Arizona night at the Goat Head Saloon, 1423 South Country Club Drive in Mesa. He’s one of nine different DJs that spin up d’n’b bliss – including Zac Maniac, DJ Babel, Estefex, and Robotech – during the weekly event while MC Shellz spits out some game on the mic.

Wed., Sept. 28, 8 p.m., 2011

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