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Subb

Created in St. Jean sur Richelieu, a little suburb beyond Montreal, Subb were only available in their teenage junior-high years. Beginning in 1992, the group rehearsed and continuously practiced while carrying out for relatives and buddies. In 1995, the music group recorded its 1st demos and started performing round the …

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Smooths

Third-wave ska-revivalists the Smooths debuted in 1995 with INDIVIDUAL Vegas. The follow-up, No Brakes, made an appearance in 1998 to coincide using the group’s appearance on that summer’s Warped Tour.

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The Slackers

Perhaps one of the most well known rings to emerge from the NEW YORK ska revival picture from the 1990s, the Slackers is made up of vocalist Marq Lyn, vocalist/keyboardist Vic Ruggerio, guitarist T.J. Scanlon, bassist Marcus Geard, saxophonist David Hillyard, trumpeter Jeremy Mushlin, trombonist Glen Pine, and drummer Luis …

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The Scofflaws

The Scofflaws certainly are a ska-revival music group located in Huntington, NY. The group released their eponymous debut record in the middle-’90s, pursuing it with Live from SPACE in 1997.

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The Killing Moon

Hampden, ME’s the Getting rid of Moon is usually a five-piece rock and roll quintet that has a dark audio with suggestions of screamo and brass backdrops performed through impact pedals. Initially began as a part project, the youthful group includes hometown close friends Trevor Geaghan (bass), Ryan Hannan (vocals/acoustic …

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Millo Torres

Puerto Rican singer/guitarist Millo Torres began monitoring music at an extremely early age, joining different rings while attending Boston College or university, later on, graduating from Berklee University of Music. When the talented musician came back to his indigenous country he shaped a Latin ska/reggae music group called Un Tercer …

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Parka Kings

Detroit ska music group the Parka Kings consisted not merely of the primary trio of vocalist/guitarist Brett E. Warren, bassist Matt “Boose” Vehicle, and drummer Tony Barragan, but also the Reuben Sandwich Horns — tenor saxophonist Milton Grey, alto saxophonist Brian “Hank” Steinmetz, and trumpeter Doug Woolsey. The group debuted …

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The Mighty Mighty Bosstones

Significant amounts of the groundwork for the mid- to later-’90s explosion of ska and ska-metal was laid with the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, who had been among the first rings to combination high-energy ska with hardcore punk and rock and who also helped change its tone toward testosterone-filled party music. The …

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The O.C. Supertones

Leaders of the surprisingly strong Christian ska-punk motion, the O.C. Supertones had been originally formed being a music group called Saved by vocalist Matt Morginsky, drummer Jason Carson, and bassist Tony Terusa. The group didn’t get signed therefore the primary trio produced the O.C. Supertones using the continuous addition of …

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Metro Stylee

THE BRAND NEW York City-based ska-revival unit Metro Stylee included vocalist Trisha Verdolino, guitarist Mike O’Connor, bassist Andy Stylee, alto saxophonist Jane Germano, tenor saxophonist Eric “Erok” Vocalist, trumpeter Eric Grey and drummer “Doc” Steiniger. Their debut disk Soul Garage area Ska made an appearance in 1998.

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