Dear friends of Pressure Cooker:
In celebration of our 15th anniversary making roots reggae, rocksteady and ska music, we’ve launched production on recording our seventh full-length album.
We are reaching out to you, our fans, to pledge to help us make the new album via Kickstarter, an online funding platform for creative projects. We’ve set a goal to raise $6,000 to help pay for production costs and bring the new music to our fans as quickly as possible.
In return for your pledge, you’ll be the first to receive the new music when it’s ready for release later this year. You can receive the full album digitally with as little as a $10 pledge, but we hope you’ll consider the $25 and higher packages which include generous rewards including CD’s with Your Name in the liner notes, t-shirts, buttons, live concert tickets, and access to all our previous albums in both digital or CD format.
Please visit our Kickstarter project page to learn more and we hope you will join us in the making of this record. Thanks for all of your great support over the years!
A new Pressure Cooker release is in the works. The band is busy rehearsing new tunes and recording basic tracks at Rear Window recording studio in Brookline, Mass. with Craig “Dubfader” Welsch. Stay tuned for more information and we hope to have new music ready for you in 2012
Don’t call it a comeback! Pressure Cooker returns to old-school form on Friday April 15 with our first Boston-area performance of 2011 — live in concert at JOHNNY D’s Davis Square, Somerville, MA. Check out some of the finest original reggae and ska music in the area with the one and only Craig Akira Fujita backed by the Pressure Cooker riddim and horns. Good times guaranteed!
Check out the latest release from our friends at Naya Records “The Dub Down” featuring the Scotch Bonnet band, a collective of top Boston area reggae musicians including Pressure Cooker’s own Zack Brines and Craig Akira Fujita. New tunes you don’t want miss! Available on CDBaby @
Pressure Cooker performs live at the Middle East, Cambridge, Massachusetts, opening for The Aggrolites on March 14, 2007
Get the mp3′s at this link