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Hoffmaestro

Twelve-piece Swedish ska-punk outfit Hoffmaestro initial came onto the general public radar in 2005 if they wrote and directed the indie film Stockholm Boogie, that in addition they supplied the soundtrack. The film became a cult preferred and their tune “Desperado” was popular. With their mixture of ska, punk, nation, …

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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 …

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No Torso

Oslo, Norway-based Zero Torso is a ska clothing with tips of rock and roll that proudly has a wide variety of impact — from rings like WARM WATER Music and Without the Keep to ska heroes the Special deals, Madness, as well as the Slackers. Nevertheless, their audio was mostly …

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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 …

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Dick Lucas

Seldom gaining the identification as a forward thinking, intelligent singer/songwriter with a solid social conscience that his work deserves, Dick Lucas started his career simply because an adolescent in anarcho-punks the Subhumans in the first ’80s. In this preliminary period, it became apparent that his lyrics and musical ambitions extended …

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Bix

Amazingly more than enough, the sounds from the later-’70s 2 Tone wave in England managed to get to Lithuania and so are celebrated with the punk-ska cross-over group, BIX. The music group shaped in the past due ’80s and toured European countries extensively. After several road put on years the …

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Dance Hall Crashers

An outgrowth from the famous Procedure Ivy, the Berkeley, Caifornia-based ska-punk outfit Dance Hall Crashers was briefly led by Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman, Op Ivy alumni who later on reunited in Rancid. Both remaining within weeks from the Crashers’ 1989 development, however the group continuing on, right now led …

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Streetlight Manifesto

The New Shirt ska-punk outfit Streetlight Manifesto grew out of two similar later-’90s groups from the spot, One Cool Guy and Catch-22. Delivering a brassy, upbeat make of third influx ska — filled with punk-styled melodies thanks to vocalist Tomas Kalnoky — the music group produced its debut in 2003 …

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The Butlers

When Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes and Frankie Beverly & Maze broke away in the ’70s, their titles were unfamiliar to spirit music enthusiasts who lived beyond your Philly/New York area. However, both Melvin and Beverly spent years attempting to make titles for themselves. Beverly’s resumé starts in the first …

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Brad Nowell

Like any decade, there have been incredible music highs and lows through the ’90s — undoubtedly the lowlights being the senseless deaths of such promising artists as Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain, Blind Melon’s Shannon Hoon, and Sublime’s Brad Nowell before every could fully develop their talents. Nowell was created on Feb …

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