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    http://oyeprimate.com.ar

    http://www.myspace.com/oyeprimate

    Origine du Groupe : Argentina
    Style : Ska , Reggae , Punk Rock Folklore
    Sortie : 2010

    Palmira-Mendoza, Argentina. "Tratamos en nuestras canciones de combinar diferentes ritmos, tanto los tradicionales como los contemporáneos de latinoamérica. Llevando también como base el Reggae y Ska, fusionamos con Son Cubano, Rumba, Cumbia, Salsa, etc... Sin dejar de lado las marcadas raíces folkloricas argentinas: Cuecas, Gatos, Zambas, Chacareras. Nos definimos como trabajadores del arte y la cultura, creemos que el arte debe tener una función social, las letras transitan por mensajes positivos y a su vez deslizan temáticas de la problemática social de la que somos parte, pensando que esto de alguna manera puede acompañar la voz de diferentes organizaciones que creemos que son justas. Oye primate busca un camino para cambiar las condiciones en las que tienen que trabajar los artistas Independientes, a través de la unión y la acción conjunta, con responsabilidad y respeto, siendo críticos de la realidad."

    "Gracias a Oye Primate por enviarnos su música y compartirla de manera libre con la comunidad sonora."

    por D@vid Ragga a las  para http://rebelsounds.blogspot.com   VERY THANKS !!!

     


    Tracklist :   
    01- El Nieto de Don Luis
    02- Doña Perla
    03- Natural
    04- Ska Niños
    05- Banderas
    06- Viento Cuyano
    07- Fácil Represión
    08- Ilegal
    09- Waino
    10- Dónde Está la Libertad? Hueco!
    11- Pócima

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    http://www.russkaja.com

    http://www.myspace.com/russkaja

    Origine du Groupe : Austria
    Style : Ska , Punk , Rock , Folk , Alternative
    Sortie : 2010

    Russkaja is the exact opposite of Easy Listening music, Russkaja - terror of terrors of all Russian folk music
    societies - stands for fat Austrian Polka beats. The group members are the most illustrious musicians of the
    Alpine region, who possess a colourful mix of cultural backgrounds. They pour these various cultural influences
    into a postmodern version of Russian folk and spread their distinctive music all over Europe. It is sweaty and
    shouts out loud: Dance Dance Dance! It is a clash of trash metal, world jazz, funky stuff and Frank Zappaesque
    Rock. All these things signify: Get down to business!
    On Russkaja’s MySpace site their music is described as "Healing and Easy Listening" - a tongue-in-cheek fraud.
    If a poor convalescent goes to “Spa Russkaja”, he will definitely not return in one piece. Russkaja is quite the
    opposite of Easy Listening music, Russkaja – horror of horrors of all Russian folk music societies – is the one
    and only Russian high-speed-sensation from Austria. This is the reason for the black-humour disposition of the
    band, whose extremely genuine Slavonic name derivates from a mix of “Russia”, “Ska” and “Ja” – the German
    word for YES. The last piece of that name shows their basically positive attitude and their categorical principle
    to refuse any ‘no’ or rejection.
    At least one section of the band has suitable origins (Russia, Ukraine, Hungary & Bulgaria). Thus the band
    originator Georgi A. Makazaria was born in Moscow and has been living in Vienna since 1992. In Vienna he
    participated in the musical „Falco – A Cybershow” and was member of the trash metal group "Stahlhammer”.
    Before joining Russkaja, the other band members had been playing in several Austrian music formations:
    trombonist H.G. Gutternigg with Joe Zawinul, drummer Titus Vadon with Drahdiwaberl, guitarist Zebo Adam
    with Hallucination Company and saxophonist Manfred Franzmeier with the Hot Pants Road Club; whereas
    violinist Antonia Georgiew was known as child prodigy of classical music. Since her early childhood she has
    won numerous classical music awards.
    This list makes clear that Russkaja possesses a wide range of musical styles and influences – a mixture of trash
    metal, world jazz, funky stuff and Frank Zappa-esque Rock. This tells us: they mean it seriously. Here are coldly
    minded masters at work, eager to bring their audiences’ blood to the boil, and by spreading Russian propaganda
    from abroad they seek to drive governmental protectionists of culture up the proverbial wall.
    Russkaja’s Kasatchok is similar to a traditional punch-up, the brass section is like a Kalashnikov, and the stage
    dresses are ‘Genghis Khan meets Red Army’, combined with greetings from the Tsar himself. Welcome to the
    post-modern age, and, as you’ve been told, they won’t take ‘no’ for an answer!
    Russkaja’s musical message, on the other hand, is crystal-clear: Dance Dance Dance! Ska is the magic formula
    and Polka means to an end. These seven quasi-Russian spirits are masters of both styles. The have been
    practising their diabolic trade since 2005, and in 2008, after a few singles and EPs, they launched their first
    album „Kasatchok Superstar“. And at least since that release they have become superstars in their own right.
    Like their colleagues in New York, the band Gogol Bordello, they single-handedly conquered clubs and open-air
    festivals across Europe and have been spreading their high-speed brass wherever possible. This is not simple
    Balkan fashion and they are no power pioneers of Moscow; this is quite simply pure anarchy of sound. We say
    “spasiba” and “dobriy Abend!”.

    by balkanopithecus from http://musical-heritage2.blogspot.com


    Tracklist :   
    1. Ras Dwa Tri 3:13
    2. Da Mama 2:34
    3. Change 3:17
    4. Wolna I Ja 3:16
    5. Hammerdrive 3:39
    6. Gulaj Duscha 3:36
    7. Swoboda 3:07
    8. Nikogda 3:42
    9. Traktor 3:26
    10. Ogonki 3:59
    11. Leto Leto 3:00
    12. Go Sputnik 2:47
    13. Polosa 3:46
    14. Hep Hep 3:32

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    http://www.fzm.fr/molodoi

    http://www.myspace.com/ltdmolodoi

    Origine du Groupe : France
    Style : Punk , Rock , Ska
    Sortie : 1999

    Molodoï est un groupe punk formé en septembre 1990 par François (Berurier Noir) au chant, Nanouche à la basse et à la boite à rythme et Spirou (Charge 69, Witotos) à la guitare.
    Le mot Molodoï est inspiré du film de Stanley Kubrick "Orange Mechanic" et signifie "jeunesse" en russe.

    En 1990, le groupe sort le 45 tours On est là sur le label "Division Nada" fondé par François quelques temps plus tot et qui est sous la tutelle du label "New Rose" créé par Patrick Mathé (harmoniciste du morceau "Bonze Déchu"). Le groupe recrute Pascal Kung-Fou au saxophone (Berurier Noir) et enregistre le premier album de 13 titres Irrécupérables (Pascal Kung-Fou participe seulement à 3 morceaux).

    En janvier 1991, Nanouche laisse vite tomber la boite à rythme et Nino, le bourguignon, prend le rôle de batteur. Sort ensuite en été, l'album En avant, toujours chez "Division Nada". Des morceaux mythiques comme "Vive l'armée... du salut", "Lieutenants du désordre" voient le jour. Au mois d'octobre sort Dragon Libre, marque le tournant de l'histoire du groupe. Avec des morceaux engagés, Molodoï confirme son coté punk militant aux thèmes variés, rejetant la politiques et les idéologies de bases. Il suffit pour cela de regarder les paroles de "A poil les militants", "Harkis", "Okinawa" ou encore de "Dragon libre". Il sorte le 45 tours de 2 titres Soleil et acier, puis Vent d'est.

    Fin 1991, le groupe enregistre le titre "Génération perdue" pour la compilation Live au Kremlin vol. 2 et "Les flammes de la joie", "Une histoire sans lendemain" et "Xmas Party" pour la compilation Christmas party paru chez "Division Nada".

    Molodoï quitte son label, car "New Rose" devenant de moins en moins indépendante, commence à critiquer la gestion de "Division Nada" et l'attitude du groupe. Il signe chez "In Fact!" filiale de Sony. Sort le quatrième album Royaume de la Jeunesse en aout 1992.
    Nino quitte le groupe provisoirement remplacé par Vincent, puis par Fred (ancien tourneur pour les Ludwig Von 88).

    En 1993 sort l'album live On est là enregistré au "Florida" d'Agen, il marque incontestablement la puissance du groupe en concert.

    Fin de l'année 1994, Molodoï enregistre en compagnie du claviste Seamus (Madness), un de leur meilleur album... Tango Massaï produit par Patrick Duffy (ex-batteur des Ruts).

    Molodoï se sépare, six ans jour pour jour après leurs débuts, le 20 septembre 1996.

    En 1999, sort l'album Rebelles Anonyme, un vibrant hommage aux personnes mortes dix ans plutôt sur la place Tien An Men. Ce disque est composé de 12 morceaux + 4 inédits.

    par http://www.hardcore-punk.net

     


    Tracklist :   
    1. R.A.S
    2. On Est Là
    3. Détresse
    4. Oi and Ska
    5. Rebelle Anonyme
    6. Vive l'Armée... du Salut
    7. Lieutenant du Désordre
    8. Dragon Libre
    9. Domaine des Dieux
    10. B.M.C Dub
    11. Année Zéro
    12. Irrécupérables
    13. Fils de la Rizière
    14. Les Flammes de la Joie
    15. Roi des Singes
    16. Christmas Party

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    http://www.thedreadnoughts.com

    http://www.myspace.com/vancitydreadnoughts

    Origine du Groupe : Canada
    Style : Punk , Ska , Rock , Polka
    Sortie : 2010

    Celtic gypsy punk? Hell, yeah.

    It's what The Dreadnoughts deliver on their aptly named third album, Polka's Not Dead, after exploring gypsy sounds on their sophomore release, Victory Square.

    The band are another rugged offspring of East Vancouver's revitalized punk scene, and their Celtic roots mean they know how to get fast and loud. Apparently they know their way around Gogol Bordello gypsy polka as well as they do Flogging Molly Celtic punk romps. Throw in some aggressive sea shanties and you get rollicking, melodic folk punk.

    The a cappella shanty "Randy Dandy-Oh" slows the pace, as do gypsy waltz "Clavdia's Waltz" (mostly) and doleful closer, "Za Smierc Przy Jaciela," a violin sorrow in gosh-oh-gee minor.

    Otherwise, fast-paced polka 'n' punk numbers abound, from opener "Cider Road" — which often sounds as though Bad Religion added a mandolin and bouzouki — to Surfin' Turnips cover "Turbo Island," to the ecstatic Gogol-inspired rhythms of "Sleep Is For The Weak." Standouts include "Poutine," a hilarious hook-heavy Celtic-gypsy fusion, and "West Country Man," a jovial accordion-driven Irish drinking song.

    The Dreadnoughts have commandeered the gypsy punk bandwagon and steered it in a clever new direction. The least that deserves is a "Hell, yeah!"

    By Jody McCutcheon (CHARTattack)


    Tracklist :   
    01. Cider Road 02:42
    02. Polka Never Dies 02:45
    03. Gintlemen’s Club 02:52
    04. Randy Dandy-Oh 02:00
    05. Goblin Humppa 02:49
    06. Poutine 02:51
    07. Turbo Island 02:18
    08. Black Sea Gale 03:12
    09. Clavdia’s Waltz 02:38
    10. Paulina 03:28
    11. West Country Man 02:09
    12. Sleep Is For The Weak 03:10
    13. Za Smierc Przyjaciela 02:35
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    http://www.myspace.com/skarnales

    Origine du Groupe : North America
    Style : Ska , Punk , Rock
    Sortie : 2010

    Skarnales get fired up with Dale Shine! | Houston Music | 29-95.com MusicSkarnales get fired up with Dale Shine!
    Andrew Dansby at 11:23 am on September 9, 2010

    Putting Felipe Galvan on a stage achieves an effect similar to dropping sodium into water. He’s an explosive performer, and Los Skarnales might be the best live band I’ve ever seen. Trying to harness that dizzying euphoria on CD is no easy task, but the group remains a spirited recording ensemble, transferring the energy — minus the sweat — onto an album. Dále Shine! — Los Skarnales’ first album in six years — is a representation of all that makes this band great.

    Not surprisingly for an eight-piece Latin/ska/rock band Skarnales cover a lot of ground on Dále Shine! And the band wastes no time getting going. All Dressed Up is a jumbo-jet engine of an opener. Galvan spits lyrics a mile a minute while Jose Rodriguez’s scorching surf-guitar lick gives it drive.

    There’s a celebratory feeling to Skarnales’ one-world inclusiveness. It’s music you feel, for sure, but it still lends itself to record-crate conversation. It’s no coincidence that an interior photo on the album includes album covers by the Specials, Delroy Wilson, the Clash, James Brown, Ritchie Valens, Johnny Cash, Los Xochimilcas and Joe Turner.

    These seemingly disparate elements are always in the mix, but with each song Skarnales alter the proportions. ¿Donde Estás? opens with a loping rockabilly strut with Clashy all-for-one vocals before it turns into a skaplosion; slow, fast, slow, fast — it’ll be a corker in concert. On the flip side, Mala Vida is about the slowest thing on the record, a tip to Wilson with rocksteady ready backing vocals and a leisurely pace.

    I won’t profess to understand the entirety of the lyrics, but if lies are really bothering the guys, you wouldn’t know it from the sound of Mentiras, which very much is sockhop ready. And there’s not much that needs to be said about a song called Ska Train, other than it’s delivered as it’s billed, with merry-go-round blasts of sax, trumpet and trombone.

    True to some of those aforementioned influences, the proceedings are frequently dappled with a playful comic sensibility, like way the group vocals on Una Otra Vez swerve into drunken singalong.

    Hopefully six more years won’t pass before the next one. It was a long wait. But it was worth it.

    by cdbaby permalink


    Tracklist :
    01 – All Dressed Up
    02 – La Rajita De Canela
    03 – Una Y Otra Vez
    04 – Mentiras
    05 – Perdida
    06 – ¿Cuántas Veces¿
    07 – Mala Vida
    08 – Chuco Suave
    09 – ¿Dónde Estás¿
    10 – Ska Train
    11 – Mi Haina
    12 – Juárez
    13 – Live @ Boss Kelly’s

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