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Any payment transactions will be encrypted. Please allow up to ten 10 business days for changes to your email preferences to take effect. And while the young band is at stylistic odds with most of its peers in this area, it is hell-bent on bringing its brand of Jamaican-flavored jingles to the masses. The band also cited Slightly Stupid, Pepper, Peter Tosh, and Matisyahu, as well as hip-hop, classic rock, and the psychedelic metal of Tool.
Sounding tight and well-rehearsed, the band played a smoking set on November 17, opening for Chicago Afrobeat Project at the Redstone Room. In front of a packed house, the band delivered at least a half-dozen original songs, as well as a cover of Sublime's "Santeria" that showcased Jager's uncanny vocal resemblance to that band's late singer, Bradley Nowell.
You sound just like Sublime,'" said Jager, "You kind of hate that stuff [comparisons], because you don't want to be told that you sound like somebody else. But if we're playing their [Sublime's] songs, I guess thats good. The trio completed 12 instrumental tracks and plans to return to the studio soon to record vocals and put the finishing touches on the album.
River Cities' Reader http: The songs showcase funky reggae chords with trippy wah-pedal and delayed guitar effects, snaring drums, pounding bass, and rough vocal tracks with lyrics that tackle your usual reggae themes: And despite being demo material, the sample MP3s on the page sound well-produced.
While attending Davenport West High School, the band all now in their early 20s jammed with each other and other people in different unnamed basement bands. But Rude Punch's current reggae sound wasn't a part of their old groups' repertoire. We get good crowd turnouts at bars that are just packed anyways. At a recent XMG International musical conference in Chicago, Rude Punch found itself in competition with close to 50 other acts that Jager described as emo bands that all sounded the same.
The trio lost to a band whose "name was like, six words long," Jager said. These guys are like, 25, singing about the love letter their girlfriend wrote them and how sad they are. So we're just trying to get more people to know who we are and like us hopefully.
Tuesday, March 17, Default font size Larger font size The second album from the Davenport band Rude Punch may have a sound similar to its debut, but there were plenty of changes behind the scenes. The rock-reggae trio said they noticed differences between the first and second albums.