Home / Tag Archives: Less Than Jake

Tag Archives: Less Than Jake

The Aquabats

A zany eight-piece (or even more) ska device in the bleached-out California coastline, Aquabats earned respect for an energized brand-new influx of ska-punk from statistics which range from Courtney Want to the Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Squirrel Nut Zippers. Evidently led by vocalist Christian Jacobs (“The Bat Commander”), the group …

Read More »

Shorthanded

Heavily inspired simply by famous brands MxPx, Mr. T Encounter, Screeching Weasel as well as the Descendants amongst others, Andy (vocals/ acoustic guitar), Jason (bass) and Mickey (drums) began their own make of God-fearing pop-punk with Shorthanded. After liberating a self-titled seven in . in 1997, the “Basic” full-length in …

Read More »

Skavoovie & the Epitones

Skavoovie as well as the Epitones were formed in Boston in 1992, and fuse third-wave ska-revival noises with golf swing and big-band jazz. The ten-piece lineup features vocalist Ans Purin, guitarist Dan Neeley, keyboardist Eugene Cho, trumpeters Jesse Farber and Ben Lewis, alto/baritone saxophonist Jon Natchez, tenor saxophonist Ben Jaffe, …

Read More »

The Rude Boys

Wales’ the Rude Young boys were a short-lived ska music group featuring members from the Oi! music group the Oppressed. Created in Cardiff in 1988 by Oppressed business lead vocalist/guitarist Roddy Moreno, the Rude Males stayed collectively for approximately a 12 months before splitting up. An array of the group’s …

Read More »

Rehasher

Pumping out prompt and melodic guitar-driven punk, Rehasher had been given birth to sometime around 2002 in the depths of Gainesville, FL, simply as a far more formal reason for the bandmembers to hold out, drink, and perform music together. SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN Jake bassist Roger Manganelli distributed electric guitar …

Read More »

Skolars

Ska-punk music group the Skolars shaped in 1993 and released the debut 10 Songs & Then Some in Leap Up in 1996. The music group members — Tag Penxa, John Reynolds, Matt Truck, Derek Offer, Steve Kachnowski, Chris Brock, and Jef Sanguis — made a decision to transformation the music …

Read More »

Kingpins

Montreal ska combo the Kingpins was shaped in the springtime of 1994 by bassist Jordan Swift and drummer Eric Boulanger; keyboardist Ian Hodkinson, saxophonist Lorraine Muller and alto saxophonist Nigel Goddard had been quickly recruited, and by 1995 the lineup also included vocalist Paddy Walsh, guitarist Bobby Beaton, trumpeter Jesse …

Read More »

Chase Long Beach

Produced in 2002 by Karen Roberts (vocals) and Patrick Fitzgerald (bass/vocals), globetrotting Southern California-based ska-punk outfit Run after Long Shore grew into an octet by enough time its debut EP (Strike from the Fuzzy Things) premiered in 2004. Going for a cue from third influx ska revival serves just like …

Read More »

Buddy Schaub

The trombonist who performs beneath the name of Friend, sometimes expanded to Friend Goldfinger, appears to be a typical person in the Gainesville, FL, band SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN Jake, at least with regards to forsaking a genuine surname in credits. Among his likewise discovered bandmates are Chris on vocals and …

Read More »

The Bennies

Originally formed in ’09 2009 beneath the name Madonna, Melbourne natives Anty Horgan (vocals, keyboards), Craig Selak (bass), David Beaumont (drums), and Julien Rozenbergs (guitar) opted to improve their name a couple of years afterwards in 2011 towards the Bennies. Currently a company fixture from the Australian punk underground and …

Read More »