The Compton, California born reggae artist, J Boog, has given fans a sneak peak at what is to come from on his forthcoming album. The winner of “Best New Entertainer” at the 31st Annual International Reggae and World Music Awards debuted the latest single, “Break Us Apart” earlier this month. (more…)
Archive for December, 2012
Watch the latest official music video from Springfield, Massachusetts’ very own, Fear Nuttin Band. The featured song is Fear Nuttin’ Band’s most recent single and the band’s very own namesake, “Fear Nuttin”. “Fear Nuttin” came from Fear Nuttin Band’s most recent full-length studio album release Vibes Love & Revolution via BoomBlaze Records. The director for this particular video was Jeff Pliskin of Raised Fist Propaganda, a company very familiar with the reggae-rock community. ENJOY!
After spending the better part of the fall touring season on the road with Authority Zero, fellow reggae-punk rockers Fayuca will be embarking on the Spark The Flame Tour, powered by Silver Surfer Vaporizers. Fayuca will be touring with fellow AZ locals, Weird Is The New Cool. Read all the details inside. (more…)
The majestic musical year of 2012 is coming to an end! With a successful year of reggae-rock albums, amazing tours and collaborations on end, it is time to go out with a bang! A weekend that leads to the final countdown of the year, there are places to go and bands to see! Check out The Pier’s Special Edition of the Weekend Show Locator! (more…)
The tireless ever-progressing, national touring outfit from Aberdeen, Maryland, Ballyhoo!. will be hitting the road hard to start 2013 off with a bang! This will be a full-length national tour, spanning coast-to-coast and everywhere in between. Find out all the latest news from Ballyhoo! inside! (more…)
Touring is a lifestyle for the successful bands within the reggae-rock community. Two of the more consistently driven bands will be teaming up for the Life’s A Beach Tour this spring. The headlining band will be non other than Santa Cruz, California’s The Expendables with guests Tomorrows Bad Seeds! (more…)
Watch Hawaiian female singer/songwriter, Anuhea, and her festive, original Christmas themed tune. The song, “Come Back to Me This Christmastime”, is stripped down and acoustic, but still brings that island flavor to warm up your chilly Christmas, wherever you are. From The Pier Family all the way to your family, we wish you a Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones! Happy Holidays and ENJOY Anuhea’s video!
One of the flagship reggae-rock bands of our time, The Dirty Heads, have announced their plans for 2013. Some folks may say this community gets saturated with like-minded sounds and recycled tours, but one thing The Dirty Heads have always done is blaze their own trail. (more…)
Our hearts and prayers go out to all the victims of gun violence everywhere. With the raised awareness over recent attacks, we wanted to issue a Cease Fire to the tune of sweet Reggae music! Prezident Brown is with us on this campaign as he is giving away his song “Cease Fire” for FREE this week only… (more…)
Since some of the earliest seeds of reggae-rock music were planted in Southern California, the area has turned into a hotbed for top-tier musical talent. Recently, one of the bigger names making noise in So Cal is Beyond I Sight. Now, the band features a new frontman familiar with the reggae-rock community. (more…)
If you are reading this you must have survived the end of the world! Let’s get back on track with a night on the town with some reggae-rock shows! Our relentlessly touring, positive minded, favorite bands are out and about this weekend. Check out this week’s edition of The Pier Weekend Show Locator! (more…)
Watch the latest official music video from the 2012 Pier Awards Album of the Year nominee, The Black Seeds. Hailing from New Zealand, The Black Seeds filmed a video for their third single off of their 2012 full-length release Dust And Dirt via Easy Star Records. “Love Me Now” was directed by Foxtree Studio’s Vibol Moeung. ENJOY!