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Sonic Libido (ska/rock) stream album “Sorry for Being Good”

Brunswick, ME’s Sonic Libido are streaming a new full length album Sorry for Being Good. It’s ten songs of high energy ska, hard rock, punk and reggae.

Enjoy the stream below.



Abraskadabra release new video for “Catching Fog”

Abraskadabra have released a lyric video for “Catching Fog” off their latest album Welcome which was released earlier this year.

Be sure to turn up the volume when you check out the video below.



Something to Do stream album “Design for Living”

Milwaukee ska band Something to Do are now streaming their album “Design for Living.” Something To Do’s last full length was 2016’s “Not Making a Sound.”

Make sure to check it out below for some kick ass ska punk!

 

 

 



New single and music video from Deadbeat At Dawn (punk/ska)

Deadbeat At Dawn a punk/ska/rap band from Yorkshire, UK are releasing a new single on June 28. Ahead of this single they have released a music video for the first song “You Can’t Kill (What’s Already Dead)”.

If you like your punk-ska with some delicious toasting, check out the video below.



Just Friends (ska) streaming new album “Nothing But Love”

California-based ska-punk group Just Friends are streaming their funk heavy new album Nothing But Love. I must admit I love ska so this album is right up my alley. Great horn sound, great vocals, great album.

Give it a listen below.

This is the first new music from Just Friends since their 2016 split album. If you’re a fan of Dance Hall Crashers these guys reminded me of some of their later releases.



Mad Caddies Stream Cover Album “Punk Rocksteady”

Fat Wreck Chords stalwarts Mad Caddies are allowing fans to stream all of their latest album. Punk Rocksteady features cover versions of several legendary punk rock tunes from the likes of Propagandhi, Misfits, Lagwagon, Bad Religion, and others. Of course, they’re all delivered with the laid back ska sounds Mad Caddies have become famous for.

You can listen to it all below. Enjoy!

 



The Mighty Mighty Bosstones premiere music video for new song “The Constant”

Boston ska-punk legends The Mighty Mighty Bosstones revealed “The Constant” via the band’s YouTube. The track is off of their long-awaited socially-charged upbeat and optimistic new album While We’re At It, which is due out on June 15th via their very own Big Rig Records.

They are offering limited edition pre-order bundles via their website.  Check out the video below.



The Interrupters release video for “Title Holder”

Los Angeles ska-punk band The Interrupters will release their third studio album “Fight the Good Fight” on June 29th via Hellcat Records. Ahead of the release, the band have released a lyric video for “Title Holder” from the album. The video was directed by Tim Armstrong, who also produced the record.

You can have a watch below.



Mad Caddies stream cover of NOFX’s “She’s Gone” from upcoming covers album

Bastions of ska Mad Caddies are streaming their cover of NOFX‘s “She’s Gone” off their upcoming covers album, “Punk Rock Steady.”

Mad Caddies gave the normally flat-out song a mellow two-tone treatment. Check out Riot Fest for guitarist Sascha Lazor’s comments on the song. In the meantime, you can stream the song below.

“Punk Rock Steady” will be released on June 15th on Fat Wreck Chords, and will features covers of Descendents, Against Me!, Snuff, and more.



The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Stream Single “Wonderful Day For The Race”

Boston-based ska legends The Mighty Mighty Bosstones are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The track is titled “Wonderful Day For The Race” and features on the band’s soon-to-be-released record While We’re At It.

While We’re At It is scheduled for release on June 15 on Big Rig Records. For now, you can listen to “Wonderful Day For The Race” below.



Something To Do (ska) release new single, “I’ve Made a Huge Mistake”

Milwaukee’s Something To Do have released a new single, “I’ve Made a Huge Mistake.”

If you’re a relic like I, and into third wave ska and Arrested Development references, you should definitely check this one out below.

Something To Do’s last full length was 2016’s “Not Making a Sound.”



The Holophonics stream new album “Phantom Arrival”

Denton, TX ska punk act The Holophonics are now streaming their new album “Phantom Arrival.”

Their last news was a release of a music video for their song “Escape Velocity” which is featured on the new album. In addition to the video, the band also announced a new tour that kicked off with an album release show in Dallas.  You can check out all those dates and locations, the new album, as well as the video below



Mad Caddies Announce Europe and North America Tour Dates

Fat Wreck’s ska legends Mad Caddies have announced their touring schedule for this summer. It’s pretty hectic too! The band will be promoting their latest album Punk Rocksteady across the continents of North America and Europe from May right through until mid-August. The record will be officially released on June 15 via their long serving label Fat Wreck Chords.

You can check out all the dates below.



Hub City Stompers (Ska, NJ) Announce Tour US Tour Dates

New Jersey ska exports Hub City Stompers have announced a short run of tour dates around North America in support of their latest record Hater’s Dozen. Along with a release show and a festival appearance in May, the group will hit up 12 stops over the summer months.

You can check out the full list of tour dates below.



The Mighty Mighty BossToneS announce annual summer fest “The Cranking & Skanking Fest”

Ska legends The Mighty Mighty BossToneS have announced that they will be launching an annual summer festival called “The Cranking & Skanking Fest.” The first edition of the fest will take place at the Worcester Palladium and will include bands like Bouncing Souls, Fishbone, The Planet Smashers, and more.

There will be tons of beer, food, and music – tickets go on sale today at 10AM EST. You can check it out and get more details here.