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The Waffle Stompers (New Jersey ska/pop punk) stream first full length album “Therapy Songs”

New Jersey ska/pop punk act The Waffle Stompers are currently streaming their first full-length album “Therapy Songs” via their Bandcamp. You can listen to it below.

On the album, the band writes: Therapy Songs is an album we always knew we wanted to write, but did not realize we had to go through years of successes, struggles, and near separation to get there. While we each gained our own separate perspective on life, all the while we could not bring ourselves to shake this thing called The Waffle Stompers. Breaking up was somehow never an option, and when songs started to trickle in from each member, we knew that we were ready to create something that was truly collaborative and representative of who we are as individuals and as a band.

The Prosecution (Ska-Punk) stream new album “The Unfollowing”

German Ska-Punks The Prosecution are streaming their new album The Unfollowing in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

The Unfollowing was released on August 11th via Long Beach Europe.

Dead Rejects (Skacore) stream “Giving Up” from their upcoming album “Grave Mistakes”

There is something about New Jersey skacore act Dead Rejects that keeps me coming back for more. I loved their last album “Downers” which was released in July 2016 so i’ve been looking forward to their new album for a while.

The band are streaming another song from their upcoming album “Grave Mistakes”. The track is called “Giving Up” and you can listen to it below.

Free music from The Prosecution (Ska-Punk)

German Ska-Punks, The Prosecution, are giving away some music along with some free tracks from bands such as P.O.BOX, NH3, THE TiPS, BREW36 and other releases available from Long Beach Records Europe.

You can find it here.

This is ahead of the August 11th release date for the upcoming album “The Unfollowing” via Long Beach Europe, but why say no to free music?

The Interrupters announce co-headlining tour with SWMRS

L.A. ska band The Interrupters have announced a co-headlining tour with SWMRS.

You can check out all the dates and locations, including a break where The Interrupters will be opening for Green Day, below.

The Interrupters last released Say It Out Loud via Hellcat Records in June of last year.

The Resignators release video “I’m Losing You (Evie part 3)”

Australian ska-punks The Resignators release their new album “Party Dates” on September 8th. Ahead of that, they’ve released the first of three videos. The first a is tribute to iconic Australian front man Stevie Wright.

The band on the video: “‘I’m losing you (Evie part 3)’ tells the final story of a relationship that began as teenagers and ends, sadly in this track, with the death of Evie after child birth. It’s a twist on the boy meets girl, boy falls in love, girl breaks up with boy story that we often see in movies and teen angst books.” Watch the story unfold below.

Less Than Jake round out 2017 tour itinerary

Gainesville ska-punk veterans Less Than Jake have rounded out their tour itinerary for the rest of 2017. Following some European dates, the band will return to the states for their Wake & Bake Weekend and a US tour. Then, they’ll head to Australia for some shows with Bodyjar.

Details on all of LTJ’s remaining 2017 tour dates can be found below.

Less Than Jake last released the Sound the Alarm EP in February through Pure Noise Records.

Voodoo Glow Skull announce Canadian tour

SoCal ska-core veterans Voodoo Glow Skulls have announced they will be touring Canada this September. The lengthy tour will see the band playing shows all across the country, as well as a few in the US. Check out the dates below to see if they’re stopping in a town near you.

VGS’ latest album Break the Spell was released through Smelvis Records in 2012. Following this Canadian tour, the band will be touring the US in the fall.

Big D And The Kids Table release video for their cover of “Little Bitch”

Boston bases Ska-punk Legends, Big D And The Kids Table released a video for their cover of The Specials “Little Bitch.”

They filmed the footage for the music video while out on Warped tour this year, watch it below, to witness the debauchery.

The New Limits (Ska) stream new album in full

Boston, MA ska outfit The New Limits is streaming its brand new album in full. Their self-titled full length came out yesterday and is now up for a listen below.

The new record follows the 2015 release of the band’s debut EP “Pressure Up”.

Dead Rejects (Skacore) stream new song “Whatever Forever”

New Jersey skacore act Dead Rejects are streaming a new song called “Whatever Forever.”

You can give it a listen below.

“Whatever Forever” comes from the bands upcoming album Grave Mistakes, which is set to release sometime next month.  Dead Rejects last released a split with Positive Junk called Downers on July 3rd 2016.

The New Limits (Ska) detail upcoming self-titled album

Boston, MA ska outfit The New Limits are to release their debut album tomorrow (July 25th). The record  follows the 2015 release of the band’s debut EP “Pressure Up”. Advance singles “Loss for Words” and “Transition” can be heard below, along with tracklisting info.

The band play a hometown release show tomorrow too.

The Hempsteadys announce Northeast US tour dates

Connecticut reggae-punk act The Hempsteadys have announced a short run of northeast US tour dates starting in just a few days.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

The Hempsteadys last released their Live EP Live at Cafe Nine in February 2017.

Playboy Manbaby (ska/post-funk) streaming new video for “Last One Standing”

Phoenix funksters Playboy Manbaby have released a great new video for their song “Last One Standing”. Remember Less Than Jake or Goldfinger music videos from the late 90’s? Well add this to the collection of awesome off the wall ska videos. The video features amazing dance routines as well as the ongoing struggle between the greasers and the hippies, a battle that’s been fought since the early days of John Travolta. If only Grease could have ended like this video.

The song comes off the band’s latest full length release “Don’t Let It Be”, which was released in February. You can dance on over to the video here.

The Prosecution (Ska) streaming new video for “My Silent Phone and Me”, announce upcoming tour

German ska act The Prosecution are streaming a new video for their song “My Silent Phone and Me”. The song comes off the band’s upcoming album “The Unfollowing’ which is set to be released in August. The new album marks the fifth release from the band, and will be released on Long Beach Records.

The Prosecution will embark on a European tour to support the new album. You can check out the new video and tour dates below.