Rocky Mountain Rebel Music

Rocky Mountain Rebel Music

 Victoria, British Columbia, CAN
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Rocky Mountain Rebel music is a 9-piece, high octane, dance inducing, reggae funk fusion whose music and live show go hand in hand to create a truly unique concert experience

Biography

Rocky Mountain Rebel Music is a high-energy 9-piece funky-reggae dance party orchestra! Charged by Reggae, Rock, Funk, Dub, Dancehall, Punk and World rhythm, Rocky Mountain Rebel Music delivers an original sound that defies comparison.

RMRM hails from Vancouver Island. They released their second album “Vic Sound System” this spring and caught the airwaves when they won The Zone 91.3 FM “Band of the month” and Monday Magazine’s award for “Victoria’s Favorite Band 2010.”

RMRM has played over 130 shows across Canada from Vancouver Island to Quebec City. In the summer of 2012 they rocked Shambhala’s Rockpit stage, “The Big Time Out” Music Festival, Keloha Music Festival, V.I.C fest, Calgary Reggae Festival, and (for the fourth time) the Victoria Ska Fest. Upon their return to Victoria they went into the studio to record their third studio album slated for release in 2013.

From outdoor guerilla concerts to packed clubs to the steps of the BC Legislature, ROCKY MOUNTAIN REBEL MUSIC is the soul behind the party and the party behind the movement.

Discography

*New Album! Slated for release in 2013

-Rocky Mountain Rebel Music Live with the Black Seeds July 2012

-Vic Soundsystem 14-track studio release March 2011

-Single "Man Down" included on "All Skanadian Club Vol. 5" Compilation from STOMP Records 2011

-Rocky Mountain Rebel Music EP 8 tracks, approximately 38 minutes

-"Light it up" featured on Outer City Sampler;
-"Wild One" featured on 2009 Ska Fest Sampler
-"Try So Hard" featured on 2011 Ska Fest Sampler

Set List

Our typical set list includes roughly 13 songs and generally lasts just over an hour. Our original songs include Man Down, Try So Hard, Wild One, Sonidos and lots more. We generally do one or two covers a set but try to put our own twist on them such as a reggae version of New Orleans is Sinking or Hot Stepper.

While touring we play two 45 minute sets plus encores if there are no opening acts. We travel with DJ Asta Disasta who spins ghetto funk and groovin dance music before, between and after our sets.