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These Are The Nominees For Video Of The Month February 2015

video Of The Month February 2015

Let’s see the seven Official Ska & Reggae Video nominations for February 2015. They are so good.

Since starting the “Video Of The Month” polls, I don’t think we ever had a month in which so many great video were on the shortlist. Not even close. This month the quality of the videos (and tunes) is insane.

The Sentimental Moods from Indonesia release a video that has some absolutely crazy synchronised swimming going on. A must-watch.

Cian Finn who comes from Ireland (and is being produced by Prince Fatty) got his new video filmed in Goa with great martial arts moves, beautiful beaches and the smell of freedom.

The Skints make introductions to their new album “FM”, the first for Easy Star Records, with Tippa Irie and Horseman in true London style with: “My Town.”

The legendary Strike from Italy herald their comeback album riding in a stylish VW bus.

India’s Ska Vengers come on strong with shocking footage, great make-up jobs and a song of epic dimensions (6:30).

Moon Hop from France enter the game with “Never Go Back Home”, from the forthcoming album, due out in March 2015 on Casual Records.

The Soul Radics (USA) are to be seen as bank robbers in a clip taking us back to the silent movie era.

I highly recommend you take the time and watch all videos. You won’t regret it. They are all embedded in this article, or watch them in our “Video Of The Year 2015” playlist.

Done? Now let us know: Which one do you like best?

Vote here. (Login is easy, via Facebook, Twitter or Email, community functions are being added).

We made it obligatory to log in to take part in our polls to make sure that it’s “one person, one vote”. For any shout-outs, you are welcome to use the comment section.

Sunny Sunday by The Sentimental Moods from Indonesia, England, Released: 7 February, 2015, Director: Leonardo Ringo, Assistant Director: Priscilla Jamail, Camera: Dimas Wisnuwardono.


The Skints feat. Tippa Irie & Horseman – This Town, Release Date: 2 Feb 2015, England , label: Easy Star Records, Director: Chris Hugall @ Nice & Polite


Cian Finn – Too Fast, Ireland, Released 14 February 2015, director: Tal Siano, editor: Aviram Eitiel, camera: Alexander Popov and Tal Siano, producer: Tal Siano and Cian Finn


STRIKE – A mio modesto parere, Italy, Released: 19 February, 2015, director: Emilio Canu, editor: Giuseppe Esposito


Moon Hop – Never Go Back Home, Release Date: 27 Feb 2015, France, label: Casual Records, Edited by Greg Hayes

Ska Vengers – Badda, India, Released: 27 February 2015, Production House: Babble Fish Productions, Director: Anna Joseph, Producer: Kanika Unnikrishnan


Soul Radics – One Time, USA, Released: 28 February, 2015, Director: Jon Sawa (Producer/Director/Editor)

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Deadline for voting is 10:00 pm, Sunday, 15 March, 2015 (Central European Time). The winner will be featured on the Reggae Steady Ska homepage for the rest of the month. Happy voting. Also check the Reggae Steady Ska “Video Of The Year 2015” playlist for an overview on all the recent video releases.

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With his Ska band The Braces (1984-1991, 2000-2006) Joachim Uerschels released three albums for Unicorn, Pork Pie and Mad Butcher Records. He lives in Cologne, Germany as a writer and musician. In 2016, he published his solo debut album "Songbook Vol. II" as Joe ScholesJoe Scholes

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