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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.



Free Music: King Punch (London ska-punk) release new EP “Low Profile”

London ska-punks King Punch have released a new EP titled Low Profile. You can give the 2-song release a listen below, and download it for free (or the donation of your choice) on bandcamp.

This is the band’s third EP. It follows 2016’s Burger on the Orient Express and 2014’s Royal Flush.



Faintest Idea release music video for “No Consequences”

UK ska-core outfit Faintest Idea have released a new music video for their song “No Consequences”. Check out the video and the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

Faintest Idea’s latest album Increasing the Minimum Rage came out in April, 2016 through TNS Records. It’s their fourth full-length, following 2012’s The Voice of Treason.



The Holophonics (Texas ska) release album of 80s covers

Denton, Texas’ The Holophonics have released an album that actually can get me to consent to listening to a Bon Jovi song.

MaSKArades Vol. 11: Awesome 80s is a collection of ska covers of “Livin’ on a Prayer,” “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Africa,” “Never Gonna Give You Up,” and more. $6 gets you 11 very well polished ska covers of 80s standards. This is the album you didn’t know you wanted.

Check out the stream below!

Still waiting on that fourth wave.



Music Video: Hey-Smith – “Let It Punk”

Osaka, Japan based ska punk outfit HEY-SMITH have premiered a music video for their new track “Let It Punk.” You can watch the video below.

“Let It Punk” is the title track from the band’s upcoming single, which is set to be released on July 5. You can find the cover art and tracklist below the video.



Joystick streaming new album “Sinceriously”

New Orleans ska punks Joystick are streaming their new album “Sinceriously”. The new album is the band’s fourth release, and will be released on Stomp Records. It’s the band’s first new music since the 2014 release of “You’re Letting All The Fun Out”.

Joystick is currently out on the road, so you can find the tour dates and check out the new album below.



The Resignators announce new album

Australian ska-punks The Resignators have announced their new album Party Dates will be released on September 8th.

The band says their aim with this album was to “explore different elements of the genre, introducing a New Orleans feel, some South American rhythms and a vibe and feel that is sure to impress”.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Party Dates are revealed. For now, check out the video for the title track and the band’s upcoming shows below.



Less Than Jake announce 6th annual Wake and Bake Weekend

Less Than Jake have announced their sixth annual hometown Wake and Bake Weekend. Taking place on September 1st and 2nd at High Dive in downtown Gainesville, the 2-night stand will feature support from Radon, Inner Circle (the “Bad Boys” band), Coffee Project, and more.

More details and ticket links can be found below. VIP packages that include access to an acoustic set, silent auction, meet and greets and more are available on the band’s webstore.



Spring Heeled Jack streaming new album “Sound Salvation”

Connecticut ska veterans Spring Heeled Jack have made Sound Salvation, their first album in almost 20 years, available to stream. Give the record a listen below, and head over to bandcamp to buy it digitally or on CD.

This is Spring Heeled Jack’s first full-length release since 1998’s Songs from Suburbia.



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.