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Less Than Jake

Posted 15 Mar 2017 @ 1:18pm

5.5

 

Remember when Less Than Jake were awesome? When they were really at their peak? Then they had a strange slump that’s lasted a few years. With their latest release, Sound The Alarm, Less Than Jake are like toddlers learning to walk, trying to find their feet again.
 
After more than two decades of delivering some of the greatest anthems in the ska-punk genre,...

Posted 13 Oct 2015 @ 3:23pm

 

The tremendous task of opening this event was placed upon local party smashers, The Bennies. Self-described as psychedelic-reggae-ska-doom-metal-punk-rock from Hell, they lived up to all expectations. By the end of their set, there were almost more Bennies shirts in the crowd than those of the headliners. Their setlist included Sensi-mi, Melbourne-inspired tracks Knights Forever and...

Posted 1 Oct 2015 @ 6:29pm

For over two decades, Less Than Jake have been at the coalface of the American ska punk scene. They’re long time masters of putting pep in your step and a gleam in your eye. It makes sense, then, that they’ve just wrapped up a wake’n’bake weekend in their native Florida. Putting the bucket bong aside momentarily, Beat caught up with drummer and lyricist Vinnie Fiorello to speak about the band’...

Posted 7 Aug 2015 @ 3:13pm

Ska and punk icons Reel Big Fish and Less Than Jake are coming to Australia. 

 

The two bands have just completed a massive sold out tour of the USA, and now it's our turn. Both bands will play headline sets on their Australian tour.

Posted 29 Jan 2014 @ 3:58pm

The Soundwave sideshows just keep on coming.

 

This time, Less Than Jake will headline a huge triple bill that also features pop-punk perfectionists Bowling For Sup and punk inspired rock outfit Zebrahead, who released their tenth studio album Call Your Friends last year to worldwide acclaim.

Posted 10 Aug 2011 @ 11:25am

The Longest Road is the most anthemic, party starting pop punk tune yet by Tobias Priddle, aka Boy in a Box. Ridiculously infectious and more Vans Warped Tour than ever, his latest single walks a respectable line between fist-pumping commercial rock and wry indie nostalgia. It is awesome - Soundwave-ready, stadium compatible, also good for karaoke. A hit in every sense of the word.

Posted 9 May 2011 @ 12:05pm

 

Posted 15 Mar 2011 @ 11:04am
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