Showing posts with label The Screw-Ups. Show all posts
Showing posts with label The Screw-Ups. Show all posts

Monday, September 22, 2014

Boston Ska (dot) net Presents 'Get It Together, a Ska and Punk Night'

A night of local ska and punk September 22nd in Allston.

Wagering they have a better alternative to your typical Monday night, Boston Ska (dot) net is presenting Get It Together!, a ska and punk night at O’Brien’s Pub (Allston) on Monday, September 22nd.

“Here at Boston Ska (dot) net, we think a lot about community: communities of musicians, communities of show-goers, the larger Boston music scene and our smaller ska scene. We set out to help build that community by promoting bands, telling stories, and keeping folks informed about shows in the area. We like to think we’re doing an okay job of that but we know we can do more.”

The line up for your better than average Monday evening includes:

The Pomps
The Srew-Ups (RI)

And more TBA, MCed by Boston Ska’s Jacob Wake Up! (8p/21+/$5). Horns and righteousness and good vibes to be had. Details surrounding Get It Together! can be found on the official event Facebook page. Follow Boston Ska for additional shows and local ska music news.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

A Fool’s Night Out April 4th

Download your free promo compilation, no joke.

Skank ‘n’ stroll your way over to The Midway Café April 4th for A Fool’s Night Out featuring some of Boston’s premier ska bands including The Copacetics, The Allstonians, The New Limits, The Screw-Ups and special guests Rude Sounds Selectors.

In celebration of the highly underrated April Fool’s Day, and Date Night Records have compiled a promo compilation containing a few previously unreleased songs from participating bands. It’s free. No joke. Get it now.

And a good time was had by all! May we add, ska music is excellent drinking music. The Midway Café is located at 3496 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain. Don't have a car? There's Lyft and Uber and no excuses. A Fool's Night Out is 21+, $6. Additional details can be found on the official Facebook event page.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Warming Up With The Screw-ups

Things I've learned this winter. My neighbors are allergic to shovels, the state of Massachusetts owes me at least $300 in pothole damages, and although drinking a Corona in the snow won't encourage summer to magically appear, it can make you feel warmer. Similar to when you listen to a reggae band like The Screw-ups.

The Screw-ups, Danbury, CT
warm you up during winter months (image credit)

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