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Less Thank Jake stream “Suburban Myth” off of upcoming live album

Gainesville ska-punk veterans Less Than Jake are getting ready to release a new live album, Live From The Astoria.  While the album is new, the material actually goes back 15 years, when the show was recorded at The London Astoria.

To give you a taste of the album, the band is streaming “Suburban Myth,” ahead of the April 29th release date.  Give it a listen below.

Live From The Astoria is being released through Rude Records and Saint November Records.



Chilled Monkey Brains announce new tour dates

Florida ska punks Chilled Monkey Brains have just released a set of dates for their upcoming South-East US Tour. The band will play along side fellow Ska outfit Mrs. Skannotto throughout late April and Early March. Check out the show list below.



Thee Infidels release new album, “All We Got”

German ska-punk act Thee Infidels just released their new album, All We Got, and you can stream it below.

All We Got was released yesterday via Riot Ska Records.  Thee Infidels’ last album was 2013′s Evilution.



Kill Lincoln announce US tour dates

Washington, DC ska-punks Kill Lincoln have announced a run of US tour dates kicking off at the end of May in their hometown of DC and wrapping on 6/5 in Philly. Check out the dates and locations in the poster above.

Kill Lincoln last released an EP titled Good Riddance To Good Advice through Jump Start Records. Their sole full-length album That’s Cool…In A Totally Negative And Destructive Way was released in 2013 on the same label.



It’s an all-new episode of Dying Scene Radio! Featuring Roger Lima (Less Than Jake); Sonny of Sunny on the Causeway co-hosts

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles goes to the mattresses with Sonny, frontman (and every other instrument) of the Brooklyn-based punk act, Sunny on the Causeway. Chris Fox succumbs to a drunken stupor in Belgium (Berlin). SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW: Pickles drives out to The Moat House in Gainesville, Florida to interview Roger Lima, bassists/vocalist of Florida ska-punk legends, Less Than Jake.

Special commentary from Arizona glitter-punk band Doll Skin, and Gainesville Funk/Rock/Electro/Dub (or simply FRED) act Morning Fatty.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Rehasher – How to Lose Yourself
Sketchy – Pacemaker (Brandon Carlisle Tribute)
Leftover Crack – Down Under (Men At Work Cover)
Dayglo Abortions – The Dishwasher
Angels and Airwaves – Voyager
Ray Rocket – First Time
Doll Skin – Let’s Be Honest
CardiaC – El Sonido De Una Generación
The Holy Mess – Caught Like This
From Six Till Eight – Shake The Devil’s Hand
Morning Fatty – Laloquezia
Interview w/ Roger Lima
Jenarchy – Boom
Ghost On Tape – Is It A Car Crash We Are Living Now?
Venerea – Going Home
Real Friends – Colder Quicker
Astronautalis – Running Away From God
The Living End – Keep On Running
The Jukebox Romantics – Art of Wrestling with Life
The Maxies – Anne Marie
Hatebreed – A.D.
The Jasons – I Wanna Be An Asshole
Vinnie Caruana – Burn It Down
Sunny on the Causeway – Meets Tony and the Valentines

Check out all the latest music/headlines, along with all the ridiculous blathering below!



Backyard Superheroes (ska) release new EP

New Jersey based ska act Backyard Superheroes release “Netflix and Chill – Beerfest Sampler”. The EP only features two tracks, one of which is an original piece, the other a classic Bouncing Souls cover.

“Netflix and Chill – Beerfest Sampler” is available to listen to in it’s entirety below and it will certainly be one to watch for fans of Reel Big Fish and Mighty Bosstones.



Bobby Pickles Interviews Roger Lima (Less Than Jake) in Gainesville at The Moat House

Check out this full (almost) video interview with Roger Lima (bassist/vocalist) of Less Than Jake. The conversation takes place at Lima’s recording studio, The Moat House, located in Gainesville, Florida. Lima will to be featured on the next episode of Dying Scene Radio.



The Bennies stream new album, “Wisdom Machine”

Australian ska-punk band  The Bennies are offering a full stream of their new album, Wisdom Machine, and you can check it out here.  You can also grab a copy of your own from the Paper + Plastick Records website here.

Wisdom Machine was released earlier this week.  It is The Bennies’ first release since 2013′s Rainbows in Space.  The Bennies will also be touring the U.K. over the next month, and you can find all the dates in the poster below.



Faintest Idea (Ska-punk) release video for “Cocktails”

Faintest Idea (UK ska-punk) have released a video for their song “Cocktails” from their upcoming record “Increasing The Minimum Rage.” You can view the video below.



Geistfight (skacore) stream new album “Ruin or Worse”

Coming out of Guildford, UK, Geistfight are a skacore outfit with equal measures of funk and anger. Blending awesome, shredding guitar riffs with dreamy saxophone solos, they’re a neat variation on the more standard guitar-horns tradition. They’ve just released a stream of their brand new EP “Ruin or Worse”, which consists of six tracks, and is well worth a listen. Check it out below.

“Ruin or Worse” can be bought from their Bandcamp Page for a price of £6 ($8.50 USD).



Pepper stream new song “Vacation”

Hawaiian ska/reggae band Pepper are streaming their brand new song ”Vacation”, taken from their upcoming album Ohana. You can check it out below.

Ohana is due for release on April 29th, and will be Pepper’s first studio album since their self-titled 2013 release.



The Hempsteadys stream new song, “Charlie Dynamite”

You know what goes great with music?  Beer!  Connecticut reggae-punk act The Hempsteadys know that, too.  Their new single, “Charlie Dynamite,” was released in collaboration with Outer Light Brewing Company’s new Hopsteady Red Rye Pale Ale, which was named after the band.  You can check out the song below.

To further the connection between great tunes and great beer, The Hempsteadys will also join Outer Light for the Tap Takeover Tour, which will include a tasting of Hopsteady and other beers from the brewery, and a performance by The Hempsteadys.  You can also find those dates below.



Less Than Jake, Teenage Bottlerocket, Reel Big Fish & more to play Warped Tour 2016

The first round of bands playing this year’s edition of the Vans Warped Tour has been announced and, like the past few years’ lineups, it’s dominated by the unbearable sounds of bands like Falling in Reverse, Sleeping With Sirens, and The Maine.

However, there are a few diamonds in the rough, including Less Than Jake, Teenage Bottlerocket, Reel Big Fish, Masked Intruder, and Sum 41. In other words, the half-dozen bands the Warped Tour throws in every other year in hopes of appeasing longtime fans of the tour.

The full list of bands currently on the lineup, tour dates, tickets, etc. are available here.



The Vulnerable (Ska-core) release new single “Drive”

The Vulnerable, a punk and ska-core band from Michigan have released their second single, “Drive.” The song is a short and (not so) sweet track filled with all the rage and anxious thoughts that surround being transgender or genderqueer in public settings.

You can stream the song below, or download the track for free here.

The Vulnerable will release their full-length album, Is There Acceptance?,  in May. They’re also playing at the Trumbulllplex in Detroit on Wednesday, March 30th with The Best of the Worst, Stuck Lucky and Dumpster Generation. All ages are welcome, doors at 7pm.



The Aggrolites announce tour of the UK and Europe

The Aggrolites have announced a month long tour that will take them across The UK and Europe. You can check out the dates below.

The Aggrolites released three new songs in November 2015.