What have y’all got cooking in March? Want to pop some tents in the swamp and get weird with us at Okeechobee Music & Arts Fest? We’ll be there along with Arcade Fire, Bassnectar, Halsey, Travis Scott, and more.
We’re hitting the road, kiddos. In anticipation of our full-album release, we’re gonna wet your whistle with a 7″ of our tracks Dry Eyes (Side A) and King & Queen (Side B).
The 7″ is limited to 300 copies (on 2 colors – -more info below) and will be released on October 13th and available at the following shows.
Oct 12 | Tallahassee, FL | The Wilbury
Oct 13 | Orlando, FL | Will’s Pub
Oct 14 | Tampa, FL | Crowbar
Oct 17 | Athens, GA | Georgia Theatre Rooftop
Oct 18 | Carrboro, NC | Cats Cradle
Oct 27 | Key West, FL | Southernmost Point at Fantasy Fest
Pre-order here from Limited Fanfare Records
Engineered and Produced by Simon Palombi and The Sh-Booms
Mastered by Dan Coutant
Art by Mary Frances Dodd
Layout by Devin Schneider
Yo, got any plans tonight? We do. We’ll be getting cozy on the couch ‘round 8, flipping the flat-screen over to The CW, and catching our song “Rolling Down Like Thunder” when it appears on Supergirl! The song off of our Usage Fee EP will be featured on the episode titled “Mr. and Mrs. Mxyzptlk”. Watch the episode live, stream it on the CW app, or ask them to change the channel at the bar – just let us know what you think.
See you tonight!
Supergirl | Mr. and Mrs. Mxyzptlk
Monday February 20th | 8 P.M. EST | The CW
When Mr. Mxyzptlk (guest star Peter Gadiot), a magical imp, shows up on Earth and declares his love for Kara (Melissa Benoist), she tries to let him down easy, thinking him harmless. However, he decides it’s a challenge and starts to wreak havoc on National City. Mon-El (Chris Wood) has seen beings like Mr. Mxyzptlk on Daxam and knows how dangerous they can be. He and Kara argue over how to get rid of Mr. Mxyzptlk, further straining their relationship.
Meanwhile, Alex (Chyler Leigh) and Maggie (Floriana Lima) celebrate their first Valentine’s Day together.
Soul brothers and sisters!
Big shout out to our friends at The Orlando Weekly for giving us some killer coverage today. We made Bao’s 2016 Undie Awards for Best Local Release! Also, photographer Jim Leatherman contributed our Fringe Festival gig this past April to the list of The five best Orlando concerts of 2016! Thanks Jim and Bao!
This year is coming to a close but we may have one more big announcement – keep your ear to the ground and eyes peeled on The Soul Enterprise!
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Central Florida’s The Sh-Booms have taken a love for soul, rock ‘n’ roll, and throwing a party to create a unique, garage-soul sound of their own.
The seven-piece soul enterprise – comprised of Al “The Thump” Ruiz, The Supreme Queen Mizz Bren, Kevin “The Skin Blaster” Connolly, Davis “Twinkle Toes” Schleicher, Mike “The Slush Pump” Ortiz, and Nick “The Licks” Walsh – are a horn-fueled, soul-soaked presence on the stage, which they’ve shared with national acts such as Lee Fields, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, KRS-One, and Candlebox. Their fresh brand of garage soul has been recognized locally as well, as Orlando Weekly’s “Best Soul Act” for the past four years running.
Growing up immersed in a world of soul and doo-wop, raised by parents who have been known to get down a time or two on the dance floor of American Bandstand, Ruiz formed The Sh-Booms in 2011, looking to inject new energy into his music. The group quickly became known for their live shows – sweaty, high-energy sets accompanied by a fair share of dancing and whiskey – and their first EP, 1.2.3!, was released in 2013. The sound and lineup of The Sh-Booms have evolved since, most recently with the addition of front-woman Mizz Bren. The Supreme Queen, who was previously signed to Justin Timberlake’s Tenman Records and contributed backing vocals on his album, The 20/20 Experience, joined The Sh-Booms in early 2015.
The Sh-Booms will release a five-song EP in March of 2016 which they recorded with GRAMMY-nominated producer Alan Armitage (Boyz II Men) and was mastered by Brian Lucey (The Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, The Kills). For booking, publicity, or press inquiries, email email@example.com.