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Chicago-by-way-of-Philly trio THE JAI-ALAI SAVANT (pronounced hi-a-lie- sa-vant) have been active since 2002. Their list of influences are vast and their sound eclectic, but it's their reggae-slanted post-punk roots that take the foreground in the most recent music of the band. Their genre-bending pop compositions coupled with an obvious love of bass culture have drawn comparisons to everyone from the Clash to The…

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  • from their myspace: "Yes We are Still Alive Greetings and happy new year.Yes i know i know.Its been wayyyyy to long since ive made any updates but thats just how i do.Nothings changed as usuall I got to many damn irons in the fire and the attention span and organizational skillz of a hyperactive child.I need an assistant badly are you interested?.People keep asking what are you guys up to.Weve been in the lab working on the next albums worth of material.Its going great and i will keep you all posted and perhaps even give you a little advance teaser of some of the new material.[...] love Ralph"
  • Does anyone know if they'll ever make another album or something?
  • fernandaM: you can buy Flight Off the Bass Delegate on iTunes.
  • I loved then so much! But I cant´ find their songs.. Here in Brazil we dont have their cds and I can´t seem to find then to download.. My only solution is by myspace and here.. Damn!
  • You people are clueless if you can't hear a reggae/dub influence in the music. Almost half the tracks have it. I wouldn't call them a reggae band though.
  • wtf... i really can't see in what way this is reggae?
  • someone post proper tracklist please. great band
  • All hail Dour festival for introducing this stuff! Although their album gets kinda boring after track 7 or so :p
  • Arcane Theories is fuckin sweet
  • anyone have text song Scarlett Johansson, Why Don't Love Me? plz!

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