Maximum Rhythm & Reggae
During the 60s RCA Victor released under the name of 'New Appointment for Dancing' a series of LP's inviting to dance, of venues and smoke, of orchestras and clubs. The Peeping Toms makes an appointment with you finding a place under the dancehall lights. Then, music starts... hypnotic, smart, jamaican; the venue has become a giant dancehall. The Peeping Toms are spying you, straight to your heart, to the dancehall and to your feet. It is a way of life, in just a word: pride. The Peeping Toms members have a long path in ska and reggae music in bands like Malarians. The Peeping Toms are going to make you dive into new and unknown sensations, as it could be read in a huge number of good reviews since their first recordings and live shows. At this point it is not easy to surprise you with new sounds, bands or the way of re-interpreting jamaican musical heritage but, nevertheless, The Peeping Toms did it, how? By means of a delightful interpretation, simple, natural and brilliant compositions, and the best live appearances since they have got a long experience on stages. My advice: judge by your own, listen to them and the next time they play in your area do not lose the chance of watching them live, you won't regret.