Molasses is a bamboo hut made for bringing people together for uniquely curated experiences in the midst of wilderness. Surrounding Molasses is a variety of plants, insects, birds, reptiles and mammals.
The farm also features an ecological kitchen garden with the produce coming straight from the farms around and rain water harvesting pool which always beckons a dip!
OTJF’s collaboration with Molasses was our first curated experience where we took our Listening Sessions out and away from the city.
The scenic and inspiring views of the farm served as a backdrop for two albums vitally important to us - A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘Midnight Marauders’ and Lianne La Havas’ self-titled sophomore album. These albums set nearly three decades and three thousand miles apart from each other exemplify the curation of music one can expect from us; albums that stand out and apart from their contemporaries. Adding to the experience of the listening session was a curated food menu put together by the team at Molasses for the audience to indulge in through the event, based off the tracks featured on the album and the fresh produce at the farm. After the listening session, we hit the decks to play a surprise vinyl selector set for everyone as the night grooved on.