After three studio albums and over a decade deep in the music business, The Interrupters deliver their 2022 album In The Wild. This 14 track opus is the real deal; It's a story of survival, a story of resilience, from a band that's brave and rejects the simple impulses to just repeat what worked before. .This is also reflected in the uplifting mood and glittering appeal of the guests involved (Tim Armstrong, Rhoda Dakar, Hepcat, The Skints).
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.
A comprehensive show of the best that Swiss punk has to offer, this 17-song Swiss punk sampler includes punk classics pulled by 7inch such as TNT's "Züri brännt" (1978) and Negative's "Glitter Hair Cream"(1982) alongside other Swiss punk anthems and unreleased material. Songs from, among others, TNT, Bellevue, exhaust gas, Crash Course, Negative, Kie 13, Forward and SIDA. Comes with extensive insert feat. Photos and texts that tell the stories of the bands and put the Swiss punk scene in context. Brilliant selection of Swiss underground punk gems from 1979 to 1984. A throwback to the time when the Swiss Confederation almost went up in flames. Most of the tracks have now been re-released for the first time.
Filled from cover to cover with true hits, each one of which could stand on its own, this album takes you on a real (musical) journey with this legendary band that so many have been following enthusiastically for decades. “We recorded most of this album during quarantine, we were wired up at our sound engineer's house and livestreaming concerts, and after we were done we learned new tunes. These songs have the energy of our time because we lived them,” says frontman Vic Ruggiero. The New York Times called the Slackers part of the "Sound of New York," and this album is a testament to that age and experience.
With patSKAts there is a new act in Switzerland that is really getting started. Loud! Fast! Good! Or better! And still danceable. The 12 songs on the album - seven originals, five covers - are a big bang! And as befits a band that is musically rooted in ska, reggae and punk, a good dose of social criticism cannot be missing. And the quartet has an incredible flair for melodies that the audience can definitely sing along with at least as much passion. Or bawled along.
5th album by Helsinki's best boss reggae band, whose songs are based on classic ska and early reggae in the 2 tone style, so that no one's dancing leg is still *Grover/Stupido
Born out of the ashes of previous projects together, Appetizers from Milan shared a desire to play authentic Jamaican music together. Entirely self-produced and recorded during the tough times of 2020, the LP was eventually released on wax by Badasonic Records. It features ten original tunes ranging from sweet rocksteady ("Pick Up The Pieces", "Wondering", "Fancy Make Up") to funk/New Orleans-inspired jams ("Dem Talk", "The Message", " Ol' Louis") and early reggae scorchers ("Walk The Long Way", "Pressure", "Tears"). As a bonus, dub master Victor Rice kindly offered to put his own spin on the "Dub Fruit" instrumental mix.
Raw and energetic collection of demos by the Ramones from the recording sessions of their 6th studio album Pleasant Dreams. Pleasant Demos features Ramones hits in their very early stages of development, along with a number of unreleased songs that will surprise even the most fanatical and savvy Ramones fan. A nice addition to any collection from one of the best punk rock bands.
The long awaited album from The Upshitters. Raw Skinhead Reggae and groovy Rocksteady from the Catalonian band hitting back with El Paso Records, this time on LP, after having released two EPs and a single 7" vinyl during the last years. Bad Place For The Weak is a cool tribute to their different influences such as The Upsetters, Bunny Lee, Derrick Harriott, Joe The Boss or Torpedo Records sound. Adding a special and own recipe in the same way we used to love their sound: Hammond and Farfisa grooves, along with retro synths in the whole 12 brand new tracks on which the re-cover some of their old hits released on viny
Spanish six-piece that presents its excellent debut album, which inevitably makes you question whether the recordings actually come from the here and now. 13 tracks that deliver good, old, traditional Rocksteady or Boss Reggae in a very authentic way. From the songwriting to the recording, everything is right here and the tracks themselves go so into your ears, legs and heart that you just want to hear and see them. Great tip for friends of the Silvertones, Heptones, Tennors, By the way, people from the Upsttemians, Ready Getters, Rude Pride, Crepitans, Free Mode * Liquidator are responsible for this
Limited colored vinyl. Rough yet soulful album testament for Dan Klein, who died of ALS at the age of 33, but whose otherworldly voice can still be heard on what is arguably the definitive final album for the Queens, NYC-based rocksteady band thanks to vocals recorded in their golden days -Stems from Klein to use on this posthumously conceived album that the remaining band recorded with producer Victor Axelrod (Ticklah) and that also digs deep in the dub. *Daptone
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