According to a recent interview, Big D and the Kids Table's next original release will be called 666. It'll be a vinyl series with 6 ska songs, 6 thrash songs, and 6 stroll songs. They've also hinted at covering an entire album by a defunct band that won't be reuniting anytime soon.
The first thing I would like to say about the unfortunate events that occurred the other day in Poughkeepsie is that it is unfair for me to publicly make a statement because my job allows me that platform, while the other gentlemen involved in this incident does not. So itís only fair to entertain the thought that this gentleman may not agree with my accounts. And letís also not demonize him; he must have friends and family that love him very much. [...] From this point, I was choked in such a rage-ful way that left me having the post...
Big D and the Kids Table will release Strictly Mixed and Mashed, a remixed issue of their latest full-length effort featuring mash-ups courtesy of DJ BC, this fall via digital retailers.
1. Dave's Shiny New Rap
2. Salem Rastafari
3. Raw Reggae Revolution
4. Dem Kids Suck
5. She Knows Her Way 2 De Dancehall
6. Robot President
7. Try Out Your Boston Accent
8. Oo Yah Dood (Boston Jerk)
9. Steady Remix Riot
10. Basement BPM Relocation
11. The New Banned Records
12. Big Snake Bite
13. I'm Yrs Bawstin!!!one!
14. Strictly Rude (Orange Whip Seduction Mix)
16. Good Luck, Andrea
17. I'd Rather Girls than Drunk Bitches
Boston, Massachusett's Big D and the Kids Table have been selected as an additional support act for Anti-Flag's "War Sucks, Let's Party" tour, which is also advertised to feature Alexisonfire and Set Your Goals. You can find the tour's complete route below.
Big D and the Kids Table have unveiled the schedule for their forthcoming European tour, on which the ska-punk act will be joined by the Dropkick Murphys and Runnin' Riot. You can find the tour's complete route below.
In time for the holiday season, Boston, Massachusetts-based ska-punk act Big D and the Kids Table have once again made their traditional Christmas song, "A Wicked Hardcore Christmas," available for download. You can snag the song for yourself at the group's official MySpace profile.
Big D and the Kids Table frontman David McWane has launched his long-awaited personal website. McWane, who previously announced plans for the release of two published works, tentatively titled The Gipsy Mile and The Art of Boredom, has instigated the page to highlight his own personal literature, which includes assorted poems, prose, lyrics, short stories, journals, and more. For further information regarding David's work, and additional details surrounding his endeavors, please visit his newly-instated homepage.
Boston-based ska-punk septet Big D and the Kids Table have officially completed the recording of their new album, Strictly Rude. You can read a message from the group's guitarist, Sean P. Rogan, below.
You can watch a video of Big D and the Kids Table in the studio, in which you can hear a new song entitled "Fly Away," in the replies. The track is set to appear on the band's forthcoming, full-length release, Strictly Rude, which is due out next year via Side One Dummy Records.
Sean P. Rogan, guitarist for the Boston-based septet Big D and the Kids Table has offered fans a lengthy update, in which he discusses the band's forthcoming, full-length release, tentatively titled Strictly Rude, a split release with China's Brain Failure, and more. The album, which will see Joe Gittleman, bassist for legendary ska outfit The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, at the helm of production, is scheduled to hit shelves next year via Side One Dummy Records. You can read the lengthy update in it's entirety below.
David McWane of Big D and the Kids Table fame will be releasing a personal book, which will include over one hundred and fifty prose and poems, as well as a complete showcase of all his lyrical material, this February. You can expect more details regarding the release within the near future.
Big D and the Kids Table have revealed the finalized lineup for their forthcoming, tenth annual Halloween performances, which are scheduled to take place on both October 27th and 28th at The Axis in Boston, Massachusetts. On both dates, the Boston, ska-punk septet will be joined by The Toasters, The Pietasters, Bigwig, Queens of the Static Age, and Sick Electric. For more information, you can visit the band's official website.
Big D and the Kids Table have set a late January 2007 release date for their forthcoming, split release with China's Brain Failure. The Bad News Records release will feature six tracks from both participating acts. On Brain Failure's end, you can expect to see guest appearances from both Dicky Barrett (The Mighty Mighty Bosstones) and Marc Orell (Dropkick Murphys).
Big D and the Kids Table have posted a medley of brand new material on their official MySpace page. The tracks come from the band's forthcoming split release with China's Brain Failure, entitled From Beijing To Boston, which is due out shortly via Bad News Records.