58 min

Sascha Lazor Ernie Ball: Striking A Chord

    • Music

In this episode we speak with Mad Caddies guitarist Sascha Lazor about getting signed by NOFX’s Fat Mike, his latest project working with rap artist Doja Cat and Yeti Beats, the unique rewards and challenges of touring the world as a musician, and how his passion for reggae music led him to Jamaica where he quickly found use for his talents making beats and playing guitar in a Kingston studio.

Brought up during California’s Third Wave ska scene, the Mad Caddies’ sound is undeniably multifaceted — with hints of reggae, punk, pop, surf rock, and jazz all trickling onto their records. First emerging in the mid-90s, the Mad Caddies have been crafting and evolving their genre-bending style for more than 20 years.

In this episode we speak with Mad Caddies guitarist Sascha Lazor about getting signed by NOFX’s Fat Mike, his latest project working with rap artist Doja Cat and Yeti Beats, the unique rewards and challenges of touring the world as a musician, and how his passion for reggae music led him to Jamaica where he quickly found use for his talents making beats and playing guitar in a Kingston studio.

Brought up during California’s Third Wave ska scene, the Mad Caddies’ sound is undeniably multifaceted — with hints of reggae, punk, pop, surf rock, and jazz all trickling onto their records. First emerging in the mid-90s, the Mad Caddies have been crafting and evolving their genre-bending style for more than 20 years.

58 min

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