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Event Archive - The EASY BROTHERS REUNION PARTY! w/ RUDE CITY RIOT & The BONE DADDIES: The Easy Brothers (REUNION), Rude City Riot, Bone Daddies

Fri. April 5th 2013 Railway Club (No Minors)
10pm - 3am doors at 9pm
Tickets at: I.M.U. Productions
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Friday April 5th IMU presents The EASY BROTHERS REUNION w/ RUDE CITY RIOT & The BONE DADDIES @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Doors 9pm / Purchase advance tickets online @

After a 3 year hiatus, The Easy Brothers make a mighty return, starting where they left off musically but with two new soldiers on the front line. Back in the rehearsal rooms, they are marching proudly forward, returning to the studio soon to record new material.

The EASY BROTHERS - Taking the philosophies and crunchy sounds of punk rock, chopping them up with upbeat ska, dipping into the heavy grooves of reggae and shredding the occasional rockabilly riff, The Easy Brothers are much more than your standard, musical one-trick-pony. One of the hardest working underground bands in BC, the Bros are back with their ass-kicking yet skankable vibes.

RUDE CITY RIOT - Contagious melodies, smart lyrics, tight grooves and a wailing horn section keep the dance floor packed and the crowd singing along. With a strong reverence for the mighty ska tradition and influences ranging from punk to reggae to soul, Rude City Riot is set to make their mark on the ska community!

The BONE DADDIES have created a new sound that is familiar and yet distinctively unique, taking influences from a wide variety of musical genres including ska, reggae, swing, jazz, rockabilly and punk. Moving dance floors with their newly fused sound, they present a musical momentum that's easy to get swept up in.


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The Easy Brothers (SKA PUNK)

The Easy Brothers Since 2006 The Easy Brothers have been moving dance floors to their own Ska Punk sound. So far its been a shot in the head for the A.D.D. generation and well respected by the established (older, but still fun and wiser) listeners. Been quoted as being"a relentless sassy, dirty, and pounding mix of roots punk, ska and reggae" ..... more info

Rude City Riot (Power-Ska)

Review of RCR debut LP on Stomp Records "Nuthin But Time". “Ska tends to be typecast, modeled to a great extent on the early 80s Two Tone look and sound from England, which makes Rude City Riot different. Sure, the horn arrangements and rhythms that are ska trademarks are here, but the album starts with a rock and roll urgency that suggests Ru... more info

Bone Daddies (Ska/Punk/Rockabilly)

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The Bone Daddies are believers of unity. Believers of a unified scene. Believers of breaking down genre barriers & creating music for all to embrace and enjoy. We don't care if your a punk, a drunk, a skin, or a sharp, a Rude boy, a gangster, a goth, an emo kid, a headbanger or a rock n' roll rebel. Whatever your taste, whatever your background, y... more info