Ska, Punk With A Splash of Americana
The Roman Watchdogs have been bringing their brand of punk to the San Diego music scene since 2012. Over the years, I’ve been to a few of their shows and I have never been disappointed. I highly doubt I ever will.
The Roman Watchdogs bring an immense amount of energy and crowd appeal with their brand of punk. Per the Facebook page for the Roman Watchdogs,
” The Watchdogs bring a style of music which has been described as “Sublime meets The Descendants” or “horror ska”. Combining sounds of rock, punk, ska and even a bit of Americana, they give your ears catchy yet sultry songs, with hooks that take you to the darker side of pop. “
Music is an art and art is defined not just by the creators of that art but by anyone with an opinion. Therefore, we may not all agree nor do we have to. So, with that fact in mind, for your discerning ear and listening pleasure, I’ve enclosed videos and tracks. Please take time to listen and enjoy and…. here we go!!
The Roman Watchdogs
So, who are the Roman Watchdogs? Just 3 fun loving guys!
Derek Two Times – Guitar / Vocals
Richard Mestaz – Drums
Elias Saladena – Bass
The following Roman Watchdog videos are from January 2018. Yes,the videos are great but there really isn’t a substitute for seeing the Roman Watchdogs or any band, live and in your face. So, be sure to hook up with the Roman Watchdogs through their social media for updates on shows and music releases. Support local music and go see a show!
Social Media Links
Please follow and support the Roman Watchdogs on their….
FACEBOOK – For updates on shows and etc.
INSTAGRAM – For updates, images and for giggles
YOUTUBE – Videos, of course
REVERBNATION – Purchase downloads
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