Chalice Sound, one of the most relevant sounds in Spain, starts in 2000...

...with the early years of the Spanish selector Mista T (MC, Producer, Selector & Sound Technician). In 2005, Sato (Selector, Producer & Video/Sound Technician) joined the sound. By the end of 2012, Ruben Martin-Milan (Director/Editor) signs in providing a professional improvement within the visual productions of the sound system, many Videos, Video-Dubplates or projects such as Burnin’ TV where created. In 2015, for the 15th anniversary of the sound (10 years in Spain), 2 new members joined the team: Asen Selektah Founder of “Road To Jaenmaica”, he has been one of the most remarquable Spanish selectors of the last years with his dubplates & sessions. Cosme Deyah (MC, Producer, Selector & Sound Technician) Founder member of Real Vibes Sound, Madrid Reggae Station and the label Cosme Deyah prods. a real “Reggae Warrior”.
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Even though Chalice Sound is based in Madrid, Spain, the beginning of the Sound goes back to the time when Mista-T used to live in France, where he arrived in 1999. At the end of 2000, alongside some friends, Mista T founded the Chalice Sound with the purpose of promote Reggae music in all its forms. Mista started selecting music during the late 90's, but in fact it was during those early years in France, but also with several travels to England and Senegal that Reggae music, the Dubplate recordings and the very first productions (as INFINI-T music label) showed the way to follow.
Mista Sato
Chalice Sound's core was created when Mista moved to Madrid, Spain, in 2005. He studied Sound Technician and met Sato, who joined Chalice Sound & Infini-T music. The mixtape, released in 2006, "Utan Basum inna Chalice connection" was the starting point for Sato & Mista as a teamwork, Utan Bassum was for many years Chalice Sound's voice. In 2008, Chalice Sound won the first Madrid Time Over Clash, that took place at Blazing Fire, Móstoles, Madrid. In 2009 they won the 9th Spanish Clash in Alaquás, Valencia.
The work made by Sato & Mista T as music label, INFINI-T music or as Chalice Sound, is quite remarkable. Having recorded mixtapes, dubplates, producing events, songs or sharing stage with the most relevant artists of the last decades on an international level. Chalice Sound has performed on important events, clubs or festivals in France, England, Senegal, Portugal, Italy, Sweden, Venezuela or Spain.
Ruben Cuarta Web
Rubén Martin-Milan joined the team and helped to go one step forward within the visual aspect. A first video was made thanks to his work, "Reggae Music" by Lion Sitté & Mayka Sitté, and then many more followed: "In The City" Señor R & Ras Kuko, "Efecto Deseado" Sr. Wilson & Chulito Camacho, "Save The Children" with nine top level international artists... In 2014, the project "Gran Reserva" La Mixtape 100% Dubplates con Denominación de Origen, was considered the Best Professional Video of the Year by
Asen Cosme Web
Cosme Deyah officially starts his collaboration with Chalice Sound creating Yeyo Pérez's mixtape "Old School is Cool" inna Chalice connection. After that, different projects such as the ones made with Forward Ever Band (Modern Times riddim), resulted in his signing for the Chalice line up. Asen Selektah recorded his very first mixtape "Road to Jaenmaica" with Mista-T as sound technician, that created already a link with the Chalice crew thanks to his professionalism and well know how. With the time, that link grew up and he finally became a Chalice crew member.
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Chalice Sound still more active than ever, not only with "Streaming" projects such as CHALICE RADIO on Mixcloud, but also with production duties as Yeyo Pérez last album RAGGAMUFFIN AGAIN 'Old School is Cool is Cool 2'. A four Price winning project at the Lion Awards to Reggae Music in Spain for 2020: Best Album and Audience Award but also Best Song and Video for Too Much Information.
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