You can watch a video of Big D and the Kids Table in the studio, in which you can hear a new song entitled "Fly Away," in the replies. The track is set to appear on the band's forthcoming, full-length release, Strictly Rude, which is due out next year via Side One Dummy Records.
Sean P. Rogan, guitarist for the Boston-based septet Big D and the Kids Table has offered fans a lengthy update, in which he discusses the band's forthcoming, full-length release, tentatively titled Strictly Rude, a split release with China's Brain Failure, and more. The album, which will see Joe Gittleman, bassist for legendary ska outfit The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, at the helm of production, is scheduled to hit shelves next year via Side One Dummy Records. You can read the lengthy update in it's entirety below.
You can read a brief rebuttal from Reel Big Fish regarding the release of their new greatest hits collection, Greatest Hit and More, below. The album, which hit shelves much to the displeasure of the band members themselves, was released today, Tuesday, November 21st, via the group's ex-label, Jive Records.
Reel Big Fish has announced that they will be appearing live on Concert.TV, a free, on-demand television network that airs memorable performances, documentaries, and original programs, from November 15th until December 15th. To check the station's availability on your personal cable provider, please visit the network's official website.
Reignition Recordings has announced further details surrouding the forthcoming, split release from Reel Big Fish and Zolof the Rock and Roll Destroyer. The album, entitled Duet All Night Long, which is scheduled to see release on February 20th via the label, will feature three cover songs from each group, on each of which both band's lead vocalists will perform alongside one another on eachother's rightful band's compositions. You can find a press statement regarding the release, the album's tracklist, and a low-resolution version of the record's cover artwork below.
1. Ask - Reel Big Fish
2. Dress You Up - Zolof The Rock & Roll Destroyer
3. Lyin' Ass Bitch - Reel Big...
According to Asian Man Records, Mu330's song "Christmas Merry Christmas", which comes from the band's 1999 release, Winter Wonderland!, will be featured in the forthcoming Warner Brothers movie Unaccompanied Minors. The film is expected to hit theatres this holiday season.
You can read a new interview with Aaron Barrett of Reel Big Fish at FHM, in which Aaron discusses the band's flee from Jive Records, the current Fall of Ska tour, and the group's recent, triple-disc, live package.
1. Sell Out
2. Take On Me
3. She's Famous Now
4. Don't Start a Band
5. Cheer Up
6. The Set Up (You Need This)
8. I Want Your Girlfriend To Be My Girlfriend, Too
9. Your Guts (I Hate 'Em)
10. Ban The Tube Top
11. She Has a Girlfriend Now
12. Thank You For Not Moshing
13. Everything Sucks
15. The Fire
16. Where Have You Been?
18. Give It To Me
19. One Hit Wonderful
David McWane of Big D and the Kids Table fame will be releasing a personal book, which will include over one hundred and fifty prose and poems, as well as a complete showcase of all his lyrical material, this February. You can expect more details regarding the release within the near future.
We've teamed up with Asbestos Records and Bomb the Music Industry! to present you, our readers, with a brand new contest, in which one lucky winner will receive a test pressing of the band's forthcoming, 12" LP, To Leave or Die in Long Island, and ten runner-up winners will snag a Bomb the Music Industry! tour poster. For more information on the contest, as well as instructions on how to enter, please visit our official contest page. To Leave or Die in Long Island, which will be available on limited edition, coloured vinyl, is scheduled to see release this November via Asbestos Records.
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According to Amazon, the forthcoming greatest hits collection from Reel Big Fish, Greatest Hit and More, is scheduled to be released on November 21st via the band's ex-label Jive Records. Furthermore, the cover artwork for the release has been uploaded to our gallery for your viewing pleasure.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Aaron Barrett of Reel Big Fish fame for an extensive, informative interview, and our discussion is now available for your reading pleasure here. In the interview, Aaron dispells rumours surrounding the sextet, details the band's forthcoming releases, and discusses various other matters.
Reel Big Fish has announced that their forthcoming split effort with Zolof the Rock and Roll Destroyer, which is set to hit shelves at a later, unannounced date, will be titled Duet All Night Long. The release will feature three cover songs from each band, and each group's vocalist will perform alongside one another on eachother's band's tracks.
Big D and the Kids Table have revealed the finalized lineup for their forthcoming, tenth annual Halloween performances, which are scheduled to take place on both October 27th and 28th at The Axis in Boston, Massachusetts. On both dates, the Boston, ska-punk septet will be joined by The Toasters, The Pietasters, Bigwig, Queens of the Static Age, and Sick Electric. For more information, you can visit the band's official website.
In the very near future, I will be sitting down with Reel Big Fish for an informative, tell-all interview. If you have any questions for the band, please leave them in the replies and I will do my best to get them answered for you.
You can hear a new song from Reel Big Fish entitled "So Much For Rock and Roll" at the band's official MySpace page. The track comes from the group's triple-disc, live effort, Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album, which is available in stores now via Rock Ridge Music.
You can watch a live video of Reel Big Fish performing a new song entitled "So Much For Rock and Roll" at the band's official MySpace page. The track comes from the group's live, triple-disc effort, Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album, which is available in stores now via Rock Ridge Music.
This Friday, September 29th, Reel Big Fish will be appearing live on-air on Tom Green's Freestyle Friday. The show, which streams worldwide live from Tom's house, is set to air at 9pm PST. Throughout the show, Tom and Reel Big Fish will answer live phone calls from around the globe, giving viewers the chance to ask the band questions directly. You can tune in by visiting ManiaTV.com or Tom Green.com.
Reel Big Fish has announced the next series of tour dates for their forthcoming, Fall of Ska tour, on which the band will be joined by support acts Streetlight Manifesto, Suburban Legends, and Westbound Train. You can view the tour's current, up-to-date schedule below.
Big D and the Kids Table have set a late January 2007 release date for their forthcoming, split release with China's Brain Failure. The Bad News Records release will feature six tracks from both participating acts. On Brain Failure's end, you can expect to see guest appearances from both Dicky Barrett (The Mighty Mighty Bosstones) and Marc Orell (Dropkick Murphys).
Big D and the Kids Table have posted a medley of brand new material on their official MySpace page. The tracks come from the band's forthcoming split release with China's Brain Failure, entitled From Beijing To Boston, which is due out shortly via Bad News Records.
Big D and the Kids Table are currently writing and recording for their forthcoming, full-length release. Additionally, the band's split release with Brain Failure has been slated for a January 2007 release. You can read an update from the band regarding their progress below.
Reel Big Fish are asking for fan's song requests for their forthcoming, Fall of Ska tour alongside support acts Streetlight Manifesto, Westbound Train, and the Suburban Legends. To send the band your suggestions, you can contact them via their official MySpace account.
Reel Big Fish has announced the first batch of dates for their forthcoming, Fall of Ska tour alongside support acts Streetlight Manifesto, Westbound Train, and the Suburban Legends. Although more dates are to be announced shortly, you can find the tour's current route below. Additionally, the tour poster has been conveniently placed in the replies for your viewing pleasure.
Reel Big Fish has uploaded two more tracks from their latest, triple-disc release, Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album, which is available now via Rock Ridge Music. You can hear "The Kids Don't Like It/In The Pit" and "Talkin' Bout a Revolution" at the band's official MySpace page.
Reel Big Fish has announced a small handful of new tour dates, which include the first batch scheduled for the band's forthcoming, headlining run alongside support acts Streetlight Manifesto, Westbound Train, and the Suburban Legends. You can find all the information below.
You can watch Reel Big Fish's brand new music video for their live version of "Beer" right here. The video was directed by Pascal DeMaria and features footage from the DVD portion of the band's new, triple-disc effort, Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album, which is available in stores now via Rock Ridge Music.
You can read an interview with Dan Regan of Reel Big Fish right here. Additionally, keep your eyes peeled for the band's Fall tour dates with Westbound Train, Streetlight Manifesto, and the Suburban Legends which are set to appear shortly.
Due to an unfortunate incident at their show last night, Rancid have postponed both the Buffalo and Toronto dates of their tour with Big D and the Kids Table. You can read a statement from Big D and the Kids Table regarding the incident below.
You can read my review of the brand new, triple-disc release from Reel Big Fish, Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album, right here. The album is due out in stores this Tuesday, August 22nd via Rock Ridge Music.
If you would like to obtain Reel Big Fish ringtones from the band's new album, please text RRM to the number 73804. Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album is due out in stores this Tuesday, August 22nd via Rock Ridge Music.
Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond their control, the brand new, triple-disc, live effort from Reel Big Fish, Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album, has been delayed until this coming Tuesday, August 22nd.
According to a recent bulletin sent out by the band, Reel Big Fish are in the midst of planning a tour set for this coming October and November featuring support acts Streetlight Manifesto, Westbound Train, and Suburban Legends.
According to a recent interview with Big D and the Kids Table, the band will release their next album on Side One Dummy Records, instead of their previous home at Springman Records. Additionally, the band has announced that we can expect the album to see an early 2007 release, and a split release with Brain Failure is due out this October.
You can listen to the latest edition of the Top Welt! podcast series here, or download a higher quality version at the iTunes store. This weeks edition features Big D and the Kids Table. The band discusses new endeavors, among other things, which includes a mention of the new record label they plan to release their new album with.