photo by Dale Gebelein‎

Bumpin Uglies Bonus

With the announcement of Weekend at Wolfie’s Music Fest, a full calendar of tour dates with drool worthy companions, live streams of new sounds, and a rapidly growing group of dedicated fans around the country, 2019 promises to be a year like no other for the East Coast ska/punk/reggae Bumpin Uglies band of brothers. 

Bumpin Uglies Bonus: The angelic voice heard with Brandon on the revival of “Girl from the North Country” on Songs from the Basement is Sophia Hardesty. Hoping to hear more features with her. The pair do total justice to Dylan’s traditional balled. 

All the feels. ❤

Another Bumpin Uglies Bonus: Listening to a live stream last week that had a special something different, and discovered that Bumpin Uglies bassist Dave Wolf (pictured with Brandon Hardesty, photo by Dale Gebelein) is also boss on the mic.

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Bumpin Uglies Weekend at Wolfie’s Music Fest in Bedford, PA!

Weekend at Wolfie’s is an all ages camping music festival held at Fort Royale Farm in Bedford, PA. The festival is hosted by Bumpin Uglies and runs from Thursday June 13 – Saturday June 15, 2019. All camp sites are car camping and 75% are shaded in the woods. All campers will be given the choice of camping in the woods or an open field & all pre-reserved group camping spots will be in the woods. For questions, please email

***Tickets go on sale Dec 7 @ 11am EST***
Early Bird Weekend Pass – $75 (limited qty available)
Tier 2 Weekend Pass – $90 (limited qty available)
Tier 3 Weekend Pass – $100
At the gate – $120
RV Passes – $75 & must buy weekend pass for each person too
Group camping sites – $50 & must buy weekend pass for each person too

📸: Kristanrva Photography

Keep up with these dudes on the festival event page, spotify, facebook and instagram.


Ceschi Ramos, Moodie Black, Onry Ozzborn and Esh in Orlando

Ceshi, Onry Ozzborn, Moodie Black and Esh performing in Florida this week.

Wills Pub | Orlando, FL | Wednesday, March 21


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We’ll discuss at a later date the trenches of talent unleashed from Ceschi during a live performance. Word on the street is that they will be making a stop in Miami at Gramps on Thursday. If Thundercats are go, I’ll see you there!

*Could also use a ride to Miami*

Ceschi Ramos is a brilliant artist, delivering hip hip anthems of A capella punk, hugging the crowd from the depths of his lungs . He radiates melodic angst with bursts of tragedy, truth and social commentary that pull on heart strings from the third eye of each solar plexus in the room.

Songs of suffering, survival and isolation, declarations of self and soul, unite the crowd, now transformed, together, in acoustic baptism. Ceschi’s high-speed reiki rap (still trying to catch up, almost there with Same Old Love Song) is infused with intellectual irony and self-deprecation, precisely placed, in set theory, each syllable in synergy.

To see Ceschi live is an amazing experience. If you can get to Will’s Pub in Orlando today, do it.


Moodie Black is amazing.

If you haven’t been listening, start. Now.

The brilliant and formidable (Noisey) Moodie Black will be releasing Lucas Acid, their first full-length in four years, on April 6, 2018 on Fake Four, Inc. –bandcamp 

Florida humans, if you’re anywhere near Orlando, be sure to catch the show!