Glowskulls Do Voodoo in Lengthy Seaside

Glowskulls Do Voodoo in Lengthy Seaside: “There’s numerous stretching happening earlier than the display,” Voodoo Glowskulls frontman Frank Casillas instructed us again in 2016. “We’re in a van all day, and it’s necessary to try this. On the finish of the excursion, and actually each and every night time, we’re beautiful sore… We nonetheless have an old-school, hardcore, audience-participation mentality.” See for your self in Lengthy Seaside. DFL, Casual Society and Youngster Loan additionally carry out.

“It could get slightly testy for probably the most different guys within the band — happening excursion with 3 brothers isn’t at all times simple,” Casillas endured. “We don’t battle and argue up to we used to, however there’s that sibling factor happening, so from time to time probably the most different guys are subjected to it. Maximum of our arguments are as a result of we’re what we do, and both someone screwed up onstage or we’re simply critiquing ourselves beautiful badly. It’s certainly the name of the game to our longevity. We’re brothers and we will recover from issues. Different bands would get into a controversy like we do, and tomorrow it’s over. Persons are flying house. We simply recover from it and proceed.”

Of ska, he stated: “Ska tune simply has this enchantment. The rhythm and the vibe, the underlying Jamaican tune. It has numerous similarities to Latin tune. We’re a product of our surroundings. Presently, in particular in L.A., there’s a very robust Chicano/Latin American underground scene. A large number of those more youthful bands believe us the godfathers of what they’re doing. We’re been lucky sufficient to have folks around the tune [scene] who’ve passed the tune down, so now we have households now at our displays. There are numerous those that have been doing what we’re doing earlier than us. However there’ll at all times be an viewers for ska.”

Glowskulls Do Voodoo in Lengthy Seaside: The development takes position at 8 p.m. on Saturday, September 17 at Alex’s Bar.

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Updated: September 13, 2022 — 4:22 pm