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The Nicks

There was a dark time before the year of reunion in 2002. A couple of years ago "The Nicks" ruled the local area with their Two-Tone stompers and Rocksteady smashers. Then starting again back in 2002 they quickly rushed the stages again. The audience was quite enthusiastic and "The Nicks" have become an appreciated act for evenings with a lot of sweat and tears. After releasing their 6-track demo in 2004 they took 1 1/2 years to write some new and exciting songs. Then in November 2005 they entered the BluBox Studios to record their new Album "Say something more".

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Suicide Bid

A collective ongoing project featuring members from The Filaments, The King Blues, Ex-Cathedra, P.A.I.N, Inner Terrestrials, Deathskulls, Sonic Boom Six, The Foamers and more. Suicide Bid mix reggae, dub & punk with thought provoking political lyrics. The debut record This Is the Generation was released on Household Name Records (UK) and then on vinyl by Maloka (FR) and will be followed up by The Rot Stops Here (Household Name Records) was released in the UK in November 2006.

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The Ohmz

Hailing from the Isle of Wight on England's sunny south coast, The Ohmz was formed in early 2010 by a group of friends. Taking their cues from the likes of Toots & The Maytals, Groundation and Frank Zappa, the band are known for their energetic live performances.

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The Trojans

Group: The Trojans Specialising in ska & reggae with a dash of soul, funk, R&B and world roots, The Trojans were formed in late 1986 from the ashes of the premature demise of Gaz Mayall's first band Gaz's Rebel Blues Rockers. (Gaz is the eldest son of Blues legend John Mayall) Debut gig was the Astoria on Charing Cross road by London's center point on the 23rd December 1986 supporting premier ska band Potato 5 and ska legend Laurel Aitken.

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360

There are multiple artists with the name 360.
1) An underground Australian MC
2) A ska band from Birmingham, England 1) When, in January this year, Acclaim magazine asked Australian hip-hop icon and ARIA nominee Phrase who his top five local emcees were, the usual names dropped from his mouth: Obese head honcho Pegz, Triple J favourite Urthboy… no great surprises. However, there was one name on the list without a release to his name, with no radio play...

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