Sounds Like: The Aggrolites, The Slackers, The Specials, Toots & the Maytals, Hepcat
Bio: Soul Radics hit the scene with blistering traditional sounds and gritty soul melodies. Virtually fearless, it's an original take on ska, reggae, and rocksteady with powerful female vocals and heavy, hardhitting rhythms.
Based in Nashville, Soul Radics have been traveling over the past year playi...See Full Bio
“I came across this band while randomly browsing music (as I frequently do) on ReverbNation. I was immediately smitten not only by the catchy melodies, but the soulful feel in “Pressin’ On,” the first song I heard from this band. Dani Casler sings with soul to go along with some excellent horns and a really cool bass line. Let’s face it. There is just something about a woman who sings with soul. Sure, there have been a lot of great male soul vocalists, but for me there’s just a little something extra when that soul comes from a woman. If I had to compare her to anyone, I’d put her somewhere between Elyse Rogers of Dance Hall Crashers and Ruby Velle. Quick, loyal reader. What’s one of the best things about ska? That it gets you moving. I’ll tell you one thing. If “Down to the Hall” doesn’t get you moving your two-tone wingtips, I’m not sure what will. This is an upbeat treat with a great sax solo....” read full article by following the link!”