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"It can be argued that Catbite is the first real Bad Time Records band. When I started the label in 2018 I knew I wanted to re-issue my own band's EP on vinyl, but beyond that... honestly, I had no clue. When I first saw Catbite come along with some covers on social media, I instantly knew that they were exactly the type of band I wanted to work with; talented as hell, putting their own spin on ska, and serious about their music but with a healthy sense of humor and skepticism about genre definition. Also, I'd been playing shows with Tim and his old band for years. They actually played at my wedding. So... you could say we were kind of familiar with each other. I feel like the band and BTR have grown up together, and you will hear that growth the moment you spin Nice One.
"It can be argued that Catbite is the first real Bad Time Records band. When I started the label in 2018 I knew I wanted to re-issue my own band's EP on vinyl, but beyond that... honestly, I had no clue. When I first saw Catbite come along with some covers on social media, I instantly knew that they were exactly the type of band I wanted to work with; talented as hell, putting their own spin on ska, and serious about their music but with a healthy sense of humor and skepticism about genre definition. Also, I'd been playing shows with Tim and his old band for years. They actually played at my wedding. So... you could say we were kind of familiar with each other. I feel like the band and BTR have grown up together, and you will hear that growth the moment you spin Nice One.
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Nice One
Artist: Catbite
Format: Vinyl
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"It can be argued that Catbite is the first real Bad Time Records band. When I started the label in 2018 I knew I wanted to re-issue my own band's EP on vinyl, but beyond that... honestly, I had no clue. When I first saw Catbite come along with some covers on social media, I instantly knew that they were exactly the type of band I wanted to work with; talented as hell, putting their own spin on ska, and serious about their music but with a healthy sense of humor and skepticism about genre definition. Also, I'd been playing shows with Tim and his old band for years. They actually played at my wedding. So... you could say we were kind of familiar with each other. I feel like the band and BTR have grown up together, and you will hear that growth the moment you spin Nice One.
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