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LandLocked

Bozeman, Montana, United States | SELF

Bozeman, Montana, United States | SELF
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"LandLocked"

"Soon enough, they being to get antsy, they can't sit any longer, simply talking about music causes a flicker in their fingers, you can see the musical gears in their heads turning while the silent plucks of ukulele strings begin. David has already grabbed the mic, and slowly the beat from his mouth gets louder and louder, and before I know it, Eric jumps in strumming away on a bouncy, reggae melody that soon becomes the backbone of an improve jam. Once again, floating in a see of good vibrations, I sing back into the cushions of the couch, letting the music take me over." - Bozeman Magazine


"Review: 'Reggae alive in Montana'"

"Reggae is alive in Montana and Landlocked is its celebration. Expect them to mature into greatness."
- Bozeman Daily Chronicle


Discography

2011 : "Butterfly Kickboxing" - EP that debuted on the iTunes Top 25 Reggae Albums chart

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Formed in Bozeman, Montana during the long, cold winter of 2009, Landlocked's sound starts with reggae and then takes a left turn into funk and hip-hop, with a live show that sometimes rises to the manic energy of punk rock. The inclusion of ukelele as a lead instrument, played by Hawaii-born Tim Garcia, adds an organic element to the music, complementing the technical, forceful electric guitar playing of Eric Bee. Lead singer David Siataga moves from smooth R&B vocals to a powerful dancehall attack, all while trading rap verses with high-spirited Josh Mori. Sam Krutsch and Loren Block's focused rhythm section offers an aggressive, danceable backdrop to singalong choruses about good times, girls, and the occasional bar fight.
Landlocked has shared the stage with leading reggae and rock bands such as Rebelution, Iration, The Dirty Heads, State Radio, and Pacific Dub. Their recent EP album Butterfly Kickboxing debuted on the iTunes Top 25 Reggae Albums chart.