Have you heard The Boom Booms? They’re from Vancouver, they are very very good!
What about local surf rockers Robot Workers? We’ve had the privilage to play with these guys a couple times, they are also very good.
What about Class Action? How can you have not heard of Class Action, you’re on their website right now. That doesn’t make any sense. Stop what you’re doing and go listen to their new EP, there are links to it right above this, I’ll wait.
Yeah, I know, awesome lineup. Should be an amazing show.
The Palomino: 109 – 7 Avenue SW
Back to school time, and the SAIT Students’ Association decided to throw a party and invite The Aggrolites, all the way from Los Angeles, the entire SAIT population, and anyone else that is free Saturday, September 8. Oh, and they said Class Action could come too.
Tickets are $15 at the door, but they are $12 in advance at the Gateway, Sloth Records, Ticketmaster(plus fees) or from one of your friendly Class Action members (Not one of the mean ones though). HOWEVER if you are a student at SAIT you get in for FREE! Seriously, I can’t even make this stuff up, just bring your student ID.
Doors at 8:00. See you there!
If you can’t find us at a show or in person somehow, head on over to http://classactionska.bandcamp.com and have a FREE listen – then throw us just $5 (suggested price) for a super high quality download in the format of your choice! Do it. It’s goooood.
Class Action wrapped up our whirlwind studio session yesterday in aid of getting out a ripping good **five dollar** EP before we hit the road in July. It’ll be available on bandcamp and in your local record store (and of course at our shows) within a month! Look out for this.
We start recording tomorrow at The Station recording studios for our new July tour EP! It will feature 4 brand new songs, and look out for an EP release party before we leave for tour!
We will have sick new t-shirts coming in that will be for sale at our show on Friday, made for us by Showdown Merch!
[singlepic id=9 w=320 h=240 float=left]Once again, Class Action would like to coordially request the pleasure of your company on the auspicious occasion of this, the Fundamentals featuring Chris Murray show, to be held at the premises of Dickens Pub, located at 9th ave and 9th street SW. Your presence is requested at 9pm sharp for cocktails. Entertainment will begin at 1030pm sharp and dress is punk ska formal. Chris Hewitt has kindly consented to preside over the function. Please RSVP at the door with somewhere around 8 to 10 bucks.
Everyone loves a good festival, especially a free one with great music, art, beer and food and Lilac Festival certainly delivers all those. Between 1515-1600 you can catch us on the beer garden stage on 17th Ave. We’ll be making noise. Look for the horns. We’ve put in an order for sunshine.
Yup, it’s JORI KINJO ok? There’s no excuse for you to be missing this show. He’s the man, the only thing he lacks as a human is that silk he used to hang in front of his bass cab that jumped on punchy bass hits. Whatever happened to that anyway? Someone ask him on the 19th. Anyway, come down and dance your arse off with all of us. Oh yeah, The Hangers, a wicked ska band from Montreal will be there. There will be some kind of cover likely, whatever it is, it WILL be worth it.
We’re gonna tear the house down (hopefully literally) with our rad pals from Edmonton “Rebuild/Repair” with their straight up punk rock licks. Doors at whenever you get there. Show at whenever we’re ready to play. Cover is a few bucks, and it goes 100% to the bands.
[singlepic id=7 w=320 h=240 float=left]Class Action will be opening for Torches to Triggers along with our friends Rude City Riot (Edmonton/Vancouver) at the fantastic Dickens Pub – 1000 – 9th Avenue SW; Corner of 9th Ave and 9th Street SW. GET DOWN!