Masked Intruder and The Interrupters Bring the One-Drop to the Regency
Masked Intruders and the Interrupters Regency Ballroom April 12, 2019 Photos by Pollen Heath Heavily influenced by bands like The Clash, Madness, Fishbone, Blink 182, Sum 51 and Rancid, to name just a few, Masked Intruder and The Interrupters threw a first-class ska-punk party on stage at The Regency Ballroom on an electric Friday night in San Francisco. Formed in 2011 in Los Angeles, The Interrupters got their start when twins Jesse Bivona (drums) and Justin (bass) along with their brother Kevin stumbled on a then solo Aimee Allen while touring with The Dirty Heads and Sugar Ray. Kevin and Aimee began writing music together, and the rest is ska riddim history. The Interrupters have frequently been involved in projects such as Tim Timebomb and Friends, and with touring bands such as Rancid, The Transplants, Less Than Jake, and Bad Religion to name but a few and have really come into their own with the release of their latest album, Fight the Good Fight (2018). Fight the Good Fight