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Sounds Like: Save Ferris, No Doubt, Dance Hall Crashers
Bio: Across The Aisle is a dynamic, female-fronted, New York City-based band that have crafted a unique sound blending elements of ska, pop, punk, and reggae. With energetic live shows and stylish accents of kelly green, Across The Aisle have succeeded in creating an identity that sets them apart from...See Full Bio
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“2011’s “In Ska We Trust” is Across The Aisle’s 3rd EP. I previously reviewed “Change Nothing” at the link. I really liked “Change Nothing” and this EP matches or betters it. “Leave You” kicks the EP off. This song has a very unique opening with the hi hat and horns before the rest of the band joins in. There's a lot of pep and the hooks pull you in. This is one of the better pop oriented songs I’ve heard in quite a while. “Get Up And Go” is another song with a really unique intro. There’s an interesting drum line before a two tone-esque guitar part and hand clapping before launching into a catchy horn melody that is reminiscent of Reel Big Fish. The instrumental variety continues with “Astronot”! The guitar arpeggios in the intro remind me of the Animals or Fastball. The horns’ held notes add drama to the mix before the verse. The verse vocal melodies are great and I really like the horn melodies throughout. “Beer Song” brings the album to a cl”