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Nov
11
So
2018
Ska Against Racism #34: Skampida [COL]
Nov 11 @ 19:00 – 23:00

SKAMPIDA

ROCK MESTIZO FROM COLOMBIA as an innovative and diverse fusion of Colombian reggae, folkloric rhythms, and urban sounds like hip hop, punk and latin styles like cumbia and champeta, including gypsy influences and drum & bass.

SKAMPIDA has become one of the most successful and popular group’s to emerge from Colombia.

Skampida has performed with renowned artists and musical groups such as The Skatalites BandMOLOTOV OFICIALDead Kennedys, Voodoo Glow Skulls, King Chango, Alicia KeysManu ChaoUriah HeepCultura ProféticaAsian Dub Foundation (Official) and Gogol Bordello.

SKAMPIDA’S inventive and cutting edge sound, filled with deep emotion and conviction, has made the band´s popularity grow throughout Latin and North America after every one of their blasting performances; that easily can count up to 1000 in Latin America, and around 500 in U.S, Canada & Europe.

Media outlets “The New Times” and “Shock Magazine” have awarded SKAMPIDA the title of “Best Ska and Reggae Band” and “Best Live Performance.”

Doors: 19:00 Uhr
Start: 20:00 Uhr
Entry: 5 Euro

Apr
24
Mi
2019
Ska Against Racism #35: The Steady 45s [USA]
Apr 24 @ 21:00 – Apr 25 @ 01:00

The Steady 45s

Rocksteady and traditional ska music from a 7-piece band of hooligans

Doors: 21:00 Uhr

Eintritt, wie immer Mittwochs, frei.
Spenden sind natürlich gerne gesehen.
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Free Entry
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Sep
18
Mi
2019
Ska Against Racism #36: Argies [ARG]
Sep 18 @ 21:00 – Sep 19 @ 01:00

Argies

Since their formation in 1984, Argies have stood out due to their libertarian poetry, the power of their music and the understanding and coherence of their political attitude. Even though their roots can be found in the British Punk from the seventies, nowadays their music witnesses influences from ska, reggae, dub and good part of rock’n’roll elements and Latin rhythms. Practicing a philosophy of “do it yourself” they have made a successful career while maintaining independence. The name “Argies” derives from the English pejorative term for “Argentinean” which was most popularly used by the British yellow press during the Falkland War in 1982. Far from being nationalists, their name connects the band, the members of which define themselves as internationalists, with debased minorities and marginalized people worldwide. By the mid nineties, Argies left their hometown Rosario and moved to Buenos Aires. Since then, playing more than 35 shows annually, they came to be known as one of the most frequently performing acts in town. Starting in 1999, the band has regularly played extended tours in South America and Europe. The Band functions like a collective of committed musicians all of which form part of the project for undetermined periods, entering and leaving Argies with the same liberty that also characterizes the work in the band and the way in which its members study and teach in joint efforts across their differences. Over the years, the band’s particular method of making music has made Argies a truly independent cultural movement

Doors: 21:00 Uhr

Eintritt, wie immer Mittwochs, umsonst.
Spenden sind natürlich gerne gesehen.
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No Entry
Donations are welcome

Support your local Ska-Punk Kneipe!