As many will know, AFROPUNK FEST alum Fishbone were recently sued for 1.4 million dollars on a default judgement for a stage diving incident. The issue has sparked much debate regarding stage-diving and whether it should in fact be banned. What are your thoughts?
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor
Check out the article that Alternative Press recently… Continue
Added by Sound Check on October 1, 2014 at 11:30am —
Meeting Fishbone front man Angelo Moore and bass player Norwood Fisher on a Thursday in Indianapolis, Indiana was an opportunity that doesn’t come too often. And to top it all off, the place where they played on September 18th was tucked away just 5 minutes from where I went to high school on the Northside of the city. Yet it was a chance for me to speak with two guys from Los Angeles who have played great music for almost 30 years, who have been credited as influences of… Continue
Added by Sound Check on September 22, 2014 at 11:29am —
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Are you as excited as we are about this year's Afro-punk Festival?! This shall rock, but we still have suprises in store for ya, including a special design project that involves scanning people! Don't be scurred! Not going to say more about this right now, but here's a sneak peek featuring Fishbone front man Angelo Moore... ;) Stay tuned!… Continue
Added by AFROPUNK on July 27, 2011 at 2:30pm —
Fishbone's Angelo Moore, aka Dr. Maddvibe, is funding his upcoming project The Angelo Show via a Kickstarter campaign. This means that all of us can participate and be a part of it. Funds will go towards the mixing, mastering, merchandise production, rehearsal space rental, paying musicians, and everything else needed to launch the project successfully. Angelo is said… Continue
Added by AFROPUNK on July 8, 2011 at 6:30pm —
Keno Mapp has created a slamming CD, “Heart Touch” that encompasses Funk, Rock, R & B, and Soul with some of the top musicians of today. Screaming guitars, ripping horns, drums that can't be beat and incredible vocals! Keno Mapp is the author of the critically acclaimed Inspirational poetry book, "Senseless Murder", as well as a cast member with The Vau de Vire Society and The Punany Poets, airing on HBO TV,… Continue
Added by Sound Check on April 8, 2011 at 3:30pm —
Check out Fishbone front man Angelo Moore's Jah Jah on the Telephone, "a comic book satire about what happens when you pray to God but God either does'nt answer your prayer or god just takes along time. (...) Illustrated by Misae Mizuyama, released through Kenosworld Publishing". He also released a track of the same name that you can… Continue
Added by AFROPUNK on February 14, 2011 at 9:00am —
If you were in the alternative rock scene in LA during the 80’s then you had to know the music of Fishbone. The all Black, eclectic six-piece got their start in their hometown of South Central Los Angeles as a five piece. They met their sixth member when they got bussed to the valley for high school. The band played a heady mix of rock, funk, punk, ska, metal and soul and during their teen years they scored a record contract and became (along with Jane’s Addiction and The Red… Continue
Added by AFROPUNK on February 9, 2011 at 6:00pm —
Have you heard the news fuckers? Fishbone's Angelo Moore, aka Dr. Madd Vibe is set to release his album in the very near future (it should be a matter of weeks now). As a teaser, he just revealed a Percussion and Vocal Mix of new song "Mack Truck". The final version of the song will be on the album, but you gotta wait for that one. Click here to listen to the leaked version and let us… Continue
Added by AFROPUNK on January 5, 2011 at 4:00pm —
If you're in the mood for some Punk Funk that, from the band's own words, sounds like "fried chicken" (and we know you always are), check out AP members Punk Funk Mob and their brand-new video "Hello Andie". The group is signed to Mooremapp Records, home to Fishbone lead singer Angelo Moore (a.k.a. Dr. Madd Vibe) and Keno Mapp. Now you know you gotta check out those sexy funky tunes. Video and music below. And feel free… Continue
Added by AFROPUNK on November 8, 2010 at 4:00pm —
A documentary about funky ska/punk pioneers Fishbone has recently been released. Narrated by Laurence Fishburne, the film offers an intimate look at the band past and present, their struggles, their passion for music, their unique place in the music industry. Featuring exclusive footage from early performances, interviews with George Clinton, Flea, Gogol Bordello, Gwen Stefani and much more. Directed by Chris Mezler and Lev Anderson. For screening dates, DVD and info, visit… Continue
Added by AFROPUNK on July 21, 2010 at 3:00pm —
Ever dreamed that Angelo from Fishbone, P. Fluid from 24-7 Spyz and Corey from Living Colour would get together and put on one hell of a show? Well our bro P. Fluid just informed us that it's about to happen Saturday July 17th as part of the Vans Warp Tour during Dr Madd Vibes' (aka Angelo's) set. The show will take place at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, NY. Tickets available… Continue
Added by AFROPUNK on July 12, 2010 at 5:00pm —
One of the most exciting collaborations of 2010 will be the premiere of the AFC.
A project started by P.Fluid(24-7 Spyz)in 2008 ,Fluid simply says, "Because it needed to be done".Fluid says"I called Angelo and Corey and said we need to do something like a LSG(Levert,Sweat and Gill) or a CSN(Crosby,Stills and Nash)".
What followed was composing a single that reflected the times…
Added by Jeffrey Connor on July 6, 2010 at 12:47am —
Added by Punk Funk Mob on April 19, 2010 at 3:58pm —
It was something of an unplanned adventure, meeting up with Fishbone's lead singer and frontman, Angelo Moore. The interview begins around four in the afternoon, as a wired up and full of smiles Angelo, immediately swoops me into his armpits for a hug upon my arrival. Currently on a U.S. tour with The English Beats and The Outlaws, Angelo invites me up to the tour bus parked outside of The Irving Plaza in New York.
Fishbone's Frontman, Angelo… Continue
Added by AFROPUNK on March 8, 2010 at 2:30pm —