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The Stiff Joints (ska) stream new song “Vote for Me” from upcoming album

British ska band The Stiff Joints are streaming a new song from their upcoming debut album. The track’s called “Vote for Me”, and it’s sure to get you off your ass and skanking.

Give the song a listen below, and stay tuned for more details on the band’s new album.

Mighty Mighty Bosstones announce “Let’s Face It” 20th anniversary tour

Boston ska-punk legends the Mighty Mighty Bosstones have announced a tour honoring the 20th anniversary of their iconic album Let’s Face It. Tour dates and ticket links are below.

Let’s Face It was released in 1997 through Mercury Records. The platinum-selling album spawned a No. 1 hit single in “The Impression That I Get” and is the Bosstones’ only record to chart in the Billboard Top 50.

Joystick release music video for new song “Merry Kitchen”

New Orleans ska-punks Joystick have released a video for a track from their upcoming album Sinceriously. The song’s called “Merry Kitchen”, and you can check it out below.

Sinceriously is set to release on June 16th through Stomp Records.

Huge Puppies (ska, Switzerland) stream full-length album, “Cynocracy”

Swiss ska punks Huge Puppies are allowing fans to stream their latest full-length release. The record is titled Cynocracy, and features fifteen tracks of feel-good, horn-led punk rock.

The album is the latest from the band since their 2013 EP, Motorbike. You can listen to the entire release below, but go buy yourself a copy if you like it.

Texas ska-punks The Holophonics cover classic video game tracks on new album

Texas ska-punks The Holophonics have released their latest installment in a long series of covers albums.

MaSKArades Vol. X features excellent covers of music from Donkey Kong Country, Mega Man X, Sonic The Hedgehog and more.

Check it out below, and if you like what you hear, head over to bandcamp and buy the album!

The Swashbuckling Doctors (ska) stream new album “Rescue The Universe”

Colorado pirate/doctor themed ska band The Swashbuckling Doctors have released their new album Rescue The Universe, and are streaming the whole thing.

You can check it out below.

Rescue The Universe was released on May 11th, 2017.

TrainQuill (ska) release humorous video featuring Afroman (rap)

New Port Richey’s own TrainQuill have released an awesome new video for the song “Back to the Weedman” featuring the rap stylings of none other than Afroman. The song comes off the bands 2014 release “Welcome to Our Garden”.

You can give this video a look here, and no you don’t have to get high.

The Prosecution (Ska, Germany) release new track “Where We Belong” and detail album

German ska exports The Prosecution have released easy going new video “Where We Belong” – out as a single on iTunes. The track is from upcoming album “The Unfollowing”, out on August 11th on Long Beach Europe. Pre-orders are up now.

You can watch the video below.

Spring Heeled Jack announce “Sound Salvation,” their first album in nineteen years

Spring Heeled Jack are back! The Connecticut-based third-wave ska band have played only a select few shows in recent years, but a handful of social media posts over the last year indicated that there was soon to be some new music. At long, long last, that music is finally upon us.

With little lead-up fanfare, the band self-released a brand new full-length. It’s called Sound Salvation, and it mark’s Spring Heeled Jack’s first studio album since 1999’s Songs From Suburbia (editor’s note: their 1996 debut, Static World View, remains one of the best albums by anybody and I’ll fight you if you say otherwise). For now, Sound Salvation is available in digital copy only by clicking here. Stay tuned; we’ll try to bring you more on this one soon!

Kill Lincoln (Washington, ska) announce West Coast tour dates for this July

Washington ska punks Kill Lincoln have announced a short tour of the West Coast this July. The band will be joined by Fairhaven and various other artists. Details of the supports, and dates can be found below.

Reel Big Fish announce US summer tour with The Queers & Expendables

California ska-punk veterans Reel Big Fish have announced a US summer tour with The Queers and The Expendables. Some dates on the tour dubbed “The Beer Run” will include an “experiential beer festival, with local breweries, tastings, lectures, drinking games and more”.

Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

It Gets Worse premieres music video for ska infused cover of Screeching Weasel’s “Cool Kids”

Seattle ska band It Gets Worse have released a video for their cover of Screeching Weasel’s “Cool Kids.”

The relocated Wyomingites will be releasing their debut album in July.

You can see the video below, but if you prefer your ska without the visual of townies tossing empty beer cans willy-nilly, you can check out the song on bandcamp.

Voodoo Glow Skulls announce fall tour

Riverside, California ska-punk stalwarts the Voodoo Glow Skulls have announced a fall US tour.

The tour begins October 20th and runs until November 19th.

Check out the dates below.

Voodoo Glow Skulls’ latest album “Break the Spell” was released through Smelvis Records in 2012.

Streetlight Manifesto settle lawsuit with Victory Records, embark on “journey of independence”

You may recall that in late 2015Victory Records tried to sue the pants off Streetlight Manifesto frontman Tomas Kalnoky. The label accused the band of breaching their decade-plus-old contract, under which they were required to release four studio albums, and sought over $1,000,000 in damages.

Well, according to a recent post on the band’s Facebook page, the suit has been settled. The two parties released the following joint statement:

“Victory Records and Streetlight Manifesto have amicably settled the litigation filed by Victory in the U.S. District Court in Illinois. After a long and successful run, the parties agreed that it was in their mutual best interests to end the 15 year relationship. As part of the settlement, Victory agreed to sell Streetlight Manifesto all of their master recordings for an undisclosed sum resolving claims that were asserted in the lawsuit. No further comment will be made by either party.”

In a “post-emancipation” update posted today, Streetlight rejoiced at the fact that they are now “100%, top to bottom independent, artist owned, and artist run”. The band also noted they will be hard at work in the coming months.

We’ll keep you posted as details on Streetlight Manifesto’s “new journey of independence” come to light. They will soon be touring the US for Somewhere in the Between‘s 10th anniversary.

Grey Matter (ska-core, Michigan) stream new EP “Visitors”

Michigan ska-core four-piece Grey Matter are allowing fans to stream their latest EP, Visitors, for free. The release features five tracks of experimental, crusty ska-core and was recorded by Mustard Plug‘s Rick Johnson.

You can listen to Visitors below. If you like it, support the band and grab a copy too.