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THE MAGNETICS:Within only two and a half years, Magnetics have already exceeded 150 concerts and played in almost all of Europe, Ireland, Germany, France, Poland, Holland, Belgium, and there are concerts scheduled in South America in Fall 2019.
The second album "Coffee & Sugar" (Vinyl + CD) was released in November 2018 for the prestigious Grover Records, a historic and very strong German label in the upbeat music industry.Following in December 2018 the vinyl single of "Come prima" comes out, duet with the famous singer Tony Dallara.
The sympathetic seven from South-Germany, have prescribed themselves for over two decades in the Jamaican dance music - ska.
The energy loaded sound of SPICY ROOTS impresses with melodic Third Wave and Two Tone Ska.
The driving rhythms make their concerts an unleashed live experience. Additionally - brass and vocal melodies make their songs really catchy ones.
Symarip (also known at various stages of their career as The Bees, The Pyramids, Seven Letters and Zubaba) were a British ska and reggae band, originating in the late 1960s, when Frank Pitter and Michael Thomas founded the band as The Bees.
The band’s name was originally spelled Simaryp, which is an approximate reversal of the word pyramids. Consisting of members from West Indies , Home of the legends of Jamaican Reggae Simaryp is widely marked as one of the first skinhead reggae bands, being one of the first to target skinheads as an audience.
Their hits included “Skinhead Girl”, “Skinhead Jamboree” and “Skinhead Moonstomp“, the latter based on the Derrick Morgan song,
Released our first EP last year entitled THE PLASTIC FANTASTIC EP which is available on itunes , deezer , spotify to name just a few, there are videos of us on you tube aswell. Wr do some covers but the preferance leans towards original meterial .
Six Piece all female ska band The Skatuesques are based in Dublin Ireland. They formed in 2016. The Skatuesques play covers with a twist and also their own originals.
They bring Ska to its full potential and have played many venues across Ireland and England.
They have also played festivals such as Tramore Ska Festival, Dublin Ska Festival and Electric Picnic.
Every Can Counts proudly supports the Irish
International Ska and Reggae Festival
Every Can Counts is delighted to support the Irish International Ska and Reggae Festival,
broadcast from the beautiful seaside town of Tramore, Co Waterford.
Drink cans, live music, and good times recycle forever, so we’re happy to keep the cycle going!
Every Can Counts is on a mission is to inspire, encourage, and empower people to recycle their
drink cans wherever they are.
Cans are infinitely recyclable; they recycle over and over with no loss of quality. It’s our vision to
recycle 100% of drink cans throughout Europe. It’s ambitious, and exciting, but with your help
we CAN do it!
We’re going to bring you some great competitions throughout the festival, so get the cans in, turn
the live stream up, and take part!