The Pepper Pots takes a step forward with its new album “NOW!”.
New sound, new look and new horizons, showing a band in constant progress. As usual, they attend to every little detail and take care more than ever its “Old School” sound, inspired in the old dusty vinyl records from the Motown, Stax or Studio One classic sound.
“NOW!”, contains a collection of good themes full of strength and feeling. It includes a luxury production from the hand of the New Yorker Binky Griptite (Dap-Kings, Sharon Jones, Amy Winehouse…). Surrounded by the best professionals, the album has been recorded between Musiclan (Catalonia) & Dubway Studios (Manhattan), analogically mixed in Brooklyn and finally masterized at Trutone Mastering Labs in New York. An indispensable album for any black music lover.
With more than 200 concerts, The Pepper Pots has made vibrate public from all over the world: Tokyo, Osaka, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Berlin, Paris, London, Moscow, Helsinki, Vienna, Verona, Prague, Bern, Barcelona, Madrid… playing in the most relevant festivals like South by Southwest (Austin - Texas), 22nd SummerJam Reggae Festival (Cologne - Germany), Rock for People (Hradec Králové - Czech Rep.), BAM Festival (Barcelona - Catalonia), Black Music Festival (Girona - Catalonia) among others. Its success has gone beyond frontiers and they have become a European benchmark.
The Pepper Pots recorded their debut album after two years exploring their old influences sound, “Swingin’ Sixties” (Brixton Records -2004), later released by the Japanese label Ska in the World.
Their second work came out on 2007: “Shake It!” (Brixton Records). The album features The legendary Pioneers, and the versatile German artist Dr. Ring Ding, as well as the French Ska combo ASPO.The album soon released in Japan again by Ska in the World, and a year later also in United States by Megalith Records. After the launching in both continents, the band toured each.
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