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.
Twelve songs, twelve hits: The seventh prank by Kalles Caviar. "Probably The Next Big Thing" is the name of the new record by Kalles Kaviar. 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!
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! Their self-titled Hellcat album was THE discovery in 2006, because for years no band has brought together what has actually belonged together since 1969: skinheads and the hard, fast reggae of the first generation! The Californians are clearly in the tradition of the original Boss Sounds, especially the organ instrumentals with Dave Barker-like vocal intermezzi refer to the guitar-heavy, super-funky groove of early Lee Perry/Upsetter. And the singing is, as I said, pure soul! It is therefore hardly surprising that the American reggae pope Chris Wilson praises the band on the backcover over the green clover - rightly so! * Pirates Press
Elaborately made double 7-inch, limited to 500 pcs. A must for all KK fans and those who still want to become one! Kalles Caviar celebrates 20 years of the finest traditional ska, rocksteady and early reggae with a double vinyl single release. The "Voodoo Man" plays an important role in this party. This is the name of the new single by Kalles Caviar. Voodoo Man combines all the strengths of the senior Swiss ska troupe, travels directly into the heart and the belly with driving basses and beats and the heavenly guitar, wind and vocal harmonies from stanza to bridge to chorus. And from there inevitably into the legs. Voodoo Man is not witchcraft. Voodoo Man is a hit. The rest is devotion.
The first new album by the Sublime follow-up band after almost two decades contains a heavy load of feel good vibrations under the sign of offbeat. The third album by the US reggae / dub / ska band, founded in 1997, which split in 2002 to reunite in 2012, brings the Californian sun ten times into the house with songs between reggae and early ska, enriched with elements from funk and jazz , Blues & rock. The retro organ and the brass sections glow, the guitar also sparkles fine, while the offbeat runs towards the sunset on this fine, very well balanced album. * Regime Music Group
The 7 always stylishly dressed men from Milan have been delighting fans of traditional Jamaican sounds for several years. With “Coconuts From Space” they continue to advance in their development and bring out their album, which has matured so far. Somewhere between traditional ska, rock steady, Jamaican boogie and groovy R’n’B. Sometimes a little quieter and then with dance floor fillers, like the grandiose “Sing-A-Ling”. Supported by Gigi “Mr. T-Bone ”di Gaspari and Jesse Wagner as well as a great artwork in the style of the 60s (excerpt from review irieites.de)
Limited Edition of 750 Orange Copies
Showcasing the very best of Duke Reid's Treasure Isle late rock steady and early reggae productions, Moonlight Groover is today regarded as an essential requirement for all serious fans of late Sixties Jamaican sounds. A best seller for Trojan in 1970.
When he recorded Better Must Come in 1971, Delroy Wilson was at the height of his fame in his native Jamaica. The following year, Trojan Records issued the album in the UK, and his reputation as one of reggae's most soulful singers was secured. Listening back to this timely reissue, it's clear that the set was one of the late artist's finest collection of cuts. It was the first of his albums to be produced by Bunny Lee (he'd previously worked with Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd at Studio One) and delivered a particularly warming, soul-fired take on rocksteady that sounds every bit as impressive now as it did it 50 years ago.
Repress by Pirates Press on Red vinyl. The 2007 album by the skinhead reggae shooting stars from California, recorded right after an 8-month tour - in three days. The funky instrumentals come out of the speakers accordingly rough and unadorned, and there are more vocal tracks than ever before: Apart from various DJ interludes, the whole thing sounds like a cross between 1969s Upsetters and Hepcat from the "right on time" era. What more can you say, they are simply the band of the hour.