The Offshore Regulars

Formed in 2012 by four lifelong best friends, The Offshore Regulars are a beach dwelling band who have made it their mission to share their reggae-funk-rock-party music across Long Island

Formed in 2012 by four lifelong best friends, The Offshore Regulars are a beach dwelling band who have made it their mission to share their reggae-funk-rock-party music across Long Island, the tri-state area, and the country. They have been fortunate enough to play alongside nationally touring acts such as Badfish, Ballyhoo!, Collie Buddz and The Supervillains. The band has recorded and released a full-length album, as well as 2 EPs, and has a sound that Glenn Gamboa of Newsday described as the “reggae-rock sounds of a Long Island summer,” and have played at venues all across Long Island and New York City such as The Paramount, The Emporium, Santos Party House, Sullivan Hall, and Revolution Amityville. After rounding out their sound with keyboardist and horn player Matt Carlin in 2016, the band took their signature reggae-fusion sound down the Eastern Seaboard and across Florida for their first national tour. The band is currently gigging locally and working on new songs for 2017.