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Hub City Stompers’ Reverend T. Sinister reflects on what got him into ska, punk, and how they influenced his life

Hub City Stompers‘ vocalist Reverend T. Sinister has written up a brief reflection on his introduction to ska, punk, and underground music in general, and how he got into the NJ/NY scene. Check out the full write-up below!

The Toasters add west coast shows with Mustard Plug to US tour

NYC’s 2-tone touring machines The Toasters have added a few west coast shows with Mustard Plug to their current US tour, which will be stopping at Denver, Colorado’s Marquis Theatre tonight. Check out all the dates and locations below.

The Toasters released a new 7-inch titled House of Soul in 2014 through Megalith Records, and it’s available to stream/purchase on their website. Mustard Plug’s latest album Can’t Contain It was released last January through No Idea Records.

The Toasters and The Attack announce 2014 US tour dates

New York ska band The Toasters have announced a string of upcoming Fall US tour dates. They will be taking Orlando street punks The Attack on the road with them on this tour which starts next month in Dallas and ends in Florida. You can check out the tour dates below.

The Toasters recently released a new 7-inch titled House of Soul on Megalith Records, and it’s available to stream and purchase on their website. The Attack last released their Rise Sing Deliver EP in 2013.

Deal’s Gone Bad and The Slackers tour Midwest & beyond

It’s about time for the Midwest to get its dose of good old-fashioned Jamaican ska. Long-running bands Deal’s Gone Bad(Chicago) and The Slackers(New York) will be touring somewhat extensively in Midwest this fall, followed by a handful of international dates in Canada, Spain, and the U.K. Click here to view the current shows listing.

Music Video: Deal’s Gone Bad – “Far From Home”

Click here to watch the new video from Chicago ska outfit Deal’s Gone Bad for their song “Far From Home.” The song is the band’s first new track since their 2007 release “The Ramblers.”

The new song appears on a new 7″ with the band’s ska/rocksteady version of the classic soul standard “These Arms Of Mine.”