ShitOuttaLuck formed through relationships forged in school and has served them well for many years. The name says it all - sardonic, sarcastic, ironic, - an "ic"ky band with a self-deprecating sense of humor and a dark, heavy sound that turns skacore on it's ear. S.O.L. likes it's music like it likes it's liquor - shaken, not stirred. Mixtures of Rock, Latin, Punk, Jazz, and 120 proof dancable ska (irresistibly danceable) underpinning. ShitOuttaLuck has appeared with The Planet Smashers, Big D and the Kids Table, The Aggrolites, Radio Noise, Let's Go Bowling, Big In Japan, Streetlight Manifesto, The Matches, Los Hooligans, Forces of Evil, Chris Murray, Dan Pothasst, The People, The Phenomenauts and others extensively in California and along the entire west coast. Influences include No Doubt, Mr. Bungle, Save Ferris, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and Fishbone.
KATY - vocals
CHRIS - guitar
ARNOLD - bass
RONNY - drums
MIKE S. - trumpet
MIKE R. - trombone
NICK - trombone
GENE - bari/tenor sax
Been So Long (Summer 2007) - Full Length
F%#@ing Free: Bay Area Ska Volume 3 (2004) - Compilation
You Know You Like It (2003) - - Self Released Full Length - 1000 units sold
F%#@ing Free: Bay Area Ska Volume 2 (2003) - Compilation
Live @ iMusicast (2002) - Self Released Full Length
F%#@ing Free: Bay Area Ska Volume 1 (2002) - Compilation
S.O.L. (2002) - 6 Track EP
ShitOuttaLuck Rocks the East Bay
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“ShitOuttaLuck, at the very basic level, is a band after a very ambitious sound… the use of the horn...“ShitOuttaLuck, at the very basic level, is a band after a very ambitious sound… the use of the horns brings the entire sound to the forefront, creating this full board tone, with plenty to pick out and pay attention to in the show… Katy, as a vocalist, is already working at a top level performance, with a very strong voice, a fireball personality…”
East Bay’s ShitOuttaLuck sets the stage
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...a playful, rockin’ hybrid that toys with punk and metal but bares its soul when the horns come ou......a playful, rockin’ hybrid that toys with punk and metal but bares its soul when the horns come out. Fronted by vocalist Katy Bencik, whose strong voice is atypical of most ska singers and therefore the six-member band’s most distinct quality.
You Know You Like It
To Die For
It's A New Day
Traveling Song (#2)
Gotta Have It (Alternate take)
Sets are typically 60 min or less.
There are no upcoming dates at this time.