Skarmageddon Three – Review

September 1, 1997

Moon Ska’s Skarmageddon series has been the be-all-end-all of ska samplers; a double-disc set featuring over thirty tracks. The third one is no exception.

Big Lick – Review

June 1, 1997

Self-described as “a funked up, ska-core, with a twist of Jazz band,” Big Lick has been playing all around Boston for the past three years.

Big Lick – Review

September 1, 1996

They describe themselves as “funked-up ska-core with a twist of jazz,” but that doesn’t account for the heavy sound or slightly punk ingredients.

Big Lick – Review

May 1, 1996

It may be standard-issue horns-‘n’-whistles-‘n’-baseball-caps white-boy ska, but Big Lick goes through their paces as well as any.

Big Lick – Review

July 1, 1995

This ska band have a hypercharged sound best described as snorting Pixie Stix, or, as the band says, “Chucklehead on crack.”

Big Lick – Review

March 1, 1995

Six songs of Bosstones-ish ska with heavy guitars. I don’t hate this guy’s voice, though. Layers of sax and horns amounting to gobs of fun energy.