Probably The Next Big Thing» is the name of the new record by Kalles Caviar. The title song is about a boxer who is traded as the next big sensation. In the big fight he goes in the first round K.O. The next big thing of the longest-serving Swiss ska-haudegen Kalles Caviar is quite different. The Baselers are releasing album number seven with "Probably the Next Big Thing" after almost a quarter of a century of existence. Twelve new songs - all original compositions - are on your ears. Reinhauen is worth it. Kalles Caviar has heard time and again since its foundation in 1996 that Ska is becoming "the next big thing". That's why they christened their new LP. Winking and serene.
Debut LP of the only - and unique Thurgauer Reggaeband.Musically, Jar modern reggae meets classic rocksteady, experimental influences from the career of the individual members on proven traditional ska. Like the Hammond organ with Leslie amplifier, whose output is distorted, repeated and sensitively enhanced by modern technology; The band's music also enters into the symbiosis between tradition and modernity. And this sound is created that simply does not leave you cold. In summer it fits perfectly and in winter it keeps warm.
The architects of "Dirty Reggae" are in full lane with their 6th album. After the Californians licked blood after recording the 3 songs "Aggro Reggae Party," "Help Man" and "Western Taipan" in 2015, they convince at full length with their irresistible early reggae sound signature.
Two years after the last album "The Sound of Revolution" here is the ninth Los Fastidios album on Kob Records in collaboration with Potencial Hardcore (Madrid), with the support of Fire and Flames Music! The album includes 13 songs in typical Los Fastido's style and is a successful mix of streetpunk, ska, Oi !, rocksteady, reggae, melodic punk and a touch of pop, sung in Italian, Spanish, a bit French and for the first time also a German song together with Dickenvon Slime!
Brand new album of Ireland's finest UK ska revival between Hotknives, Mr. Review and The Specials. "Another Round" marks a new step and is dedicated to her former guitarist Stephen "Bob" Kavangah, who died after recording this masterpiece.
The American SKOIDATS, founded in 1995, unfortunately managed only two albums. The re-released debut "The Times" from 1997, then released on Moon Ska and a little later as vinyl on Vinyl Only Releases, the Grover sublabel, definitely deserves to be excavated again.
Reissue! Sufferer" was one of the classics from the skinhead reggae era of the late sixties. The LP contains a dozen of the group's best-known works Shortly after the album release - the trio collaborated with other well-known Jamaican producers, but could not maintain their popularity and disappeared from the local music scene in the late 1970s. In the meantime, this unique longplayer continued to attract interest and is now considered one of the best records of boss reggae sounds. Original copies are now highly valued, not to mention extremely valuable collector's items.
With their third album "Fight the Good Fight" the Interrupters put another ska punk board in the pipeline. The songs sound more mature and the density of the really good songs increases and rises. The three Bivona brothers and frontwoman Aimee Allen hit the ska-rude-boy attitude of Rancid and Co. Surely anything but a coincidence, because you find guitarist Kevin Bivona on the keyboard of Rancid and Tim Armstrong himself not only appears here as a producer, but the song "Got Each Other" is featured by Rancid. Who likes the early No Doubt or finds "Distillers meets Rancid" interesting should listen in !
Seventh album by the dream team of singer Neil Martin aka Alpheus, who with his warm and unmistakable voice is one of the greatest genre representatives alongside the still active veterans of the golden era, and producer Roberto Sanchez. Together with their gifted "Lone Ark Riddim Force" they give us again their outstanding, traditional reggae/rocksteady sound, which could well have originated from the Kingston of the 60s. Published on Liquidator
The fourth chapter in Booze & Glory discography is based on a new label, the internationally cast London Oi & Streetpunk ensemble (British, Poland, Greeks & Italians) launches 11 new anthems, which can already be sing or grossed after the third beer and second listening. Basic street and Oi! punk
Originally released on Link in 1988, it was the last album in the classic line-up (including Mark Brennan on bass and the returning original guitarist Steve Kent on lead guitar). 12 rock singalong-smashers with British-certified pub and stadium credentials, including such massive street rock earworms as Do a runner and Never say never. Comes in the original artwork with a full-color photo-insert, which contains previously unpublished pictures of the band, in 500 edition