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J. Navarro & The Traitors release video for “Fancy Things”

J. Navarro & The Traitors, the new ska band featuring Jay Navarro of Suicide Machines, Break Anchor, Hellmouth, have released a new music video for their song “Fancy Things.”

You can check it out below.

“Fancy Things” comes from the bands’ latest EP, Short Changed Future, which was released in March 2017.



J. Navarro (Suicide Machines) forms new ska band J. Navarro & The Traitors, streams 2 tracks off upcoming album

A year ago, Jay Navarro (Suicide Machines, Break Anchor, Hellmouth) and Eric Abbey (1592, Abbsinthe) came together to write some ska and reggae tunes. After a short while the two had a bunch of songs and decided that it would be a great idea to put together a band. They did and with Arubis as the third vocalist it all began. Ken Hass (Reverend Guitars), Jason Millbauer ( Bad Assets), Scott Vesey (Trace the Veins) and Steve Kachanowski (Telegraph) joined up and the Traitors were born.

A couple jams later and the band went into Mount Doom studio to record this debut. Asbestos Records will be putting out the full 9 tracks that have been by Agent Jay ( Slackers, Crazy Baldhead). Enjoy the first listen of tracks “Deeper” and “Water” below.

Stay Tuned for the full-length “Criminals and Lions” out of Asbestos Records soon.



New Music: Survay Says perform Stripped Down Session for Punks In Vegas

New Jersey ska/pop-punkers Survay Says! recently caught up with the kind folks at Punks In Vegas and performed a handful of songs for a Stripped Down Session. In the process, they performed their tracks “I Aim to Misbehave,” “Anger,” and “Turn The Page, Wash Your Hands.” Check out the videos below.

Each of the aforementioned tracks appears on Survay Says!’s latest album, “Observations Of The Human Condition,” which came out last April on Asbestos Records.



Survay Says! announce Canadian co-headlining tour with Harbour

New Jersey ska/pop-punkers Survay Says! have announced a short co-headlining Canadian tour with Canadian pop-punk band Harbour, dubbed the “Punk You Up Tour.” Check out where they’ll be hitting up below.

Survay Says! released their latest full-length Observations of the Human Condition last April, while Harbour last released their EP Grade School Summer last November.



Survay Says! (ska / pop punk) announce spring US headlining tour

Hot on the heels of some dates with Carousel Kings, New Jersey ska-pop-punkers Survay Says! will be heading out on a US headlining tour later this month.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.



Survay Says! and Carousel Kings announce US tour

New Jersey Ska-punk act Survay Says! and Lancaster pop-punk band Carousel Kings have announced that they will be hitting the road with Everybody Run and Freshman 15 for a U.S. winter tour.

You can check out the tour dates and locations below.

Survay Says! last released Observations Of The Human Condition, which came out last year via Asbestos Records.



The Ska Revival Tour adds more shows, releases trailer focusing on Survay Says!

Even more shows have been added to this summer’s highly anticipated Ska Revival Tour, which will feature great ska-punk bands like Survay Says!The Last SliceKill LincolnBe Like MaxThe A-OKs, and more.

You can find a fully updated list of dates and locations the tour will be stopping at and watch a new trailer video focusing primarily on co-headlining band Survay Says! below.



Six dates added to The Ska Revival Tour (Survay Says!, The Last Slice, Kill Lincoln & more)

Six more shows have been added to this summer’s highly anticipated Ska Revival Tour, which will feature a stacked lineup consisting of great ska-punk bands including Survay Says!The Last SliceKill LincolnBe Like MaxThe A-OKs, and many more.

You can find an updated list of dates and locations the tour will be stopping at below. A lot more are to be announced so stay tuned for updates as the list grows.



More shows added to The Ska Revival Tour (Survay Says, The Last Slice, The A-OKs & more)

Shows in Long Island, Orlando, El Paso, and Fresno have been added to this summer’s highly anticipated Ska Revival Tour, which will feature a stacked lineup consisting of great ska-punk bands like Survay SaysThe Last SliceKill LincolnBe Like MaxThe A-OKs, and more.

You can find an updated list of dates and locations the tour will be stopping at below.

We’ll be bringing you regular coverage of the Ska Revival Tour in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more info, dates, etc. If the tour isn’t coming to your town and you want it to, head over to the tour’s Facebook page and tell them!



The Ska Revival Tour (Survay Says, The Last Slice, Be Like Max, etc.) announces first round of dates, releases trailer video

The Ska Revival Tour is a thing and it looks like it’s gonna be pretty bad-ass! The tour’s lineup features Survay Says, The Last Slice, Kill Lincoln, Be Like Max, The A-OKs, and a bunch of other great ska-punk bands.

You can find details on the first round of dates that were recently announced and watch a trailer for the tour below.

We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more shows are announced and all that good stuff. After all, we are sponsoring The Ska Revival Tour… or something like that.



Full lineup announced for The Apple Stomp 2 (FIF, Big D, Toasters)

Listen up all you ska fans, this show’s for you. For a second straight year, Asbestos Records is bringing together some of the top names in ska for one weekend in NYC.

The lineup for The Apple Stomp 2 includes ska stalwarts Big D And The Kids Table, Five Iron Frenzy, The Toasters, and many more.

The Apple Stomp 2 is set to take place May 31 – June 1 at New York City’s Irving Plaza. Check out the full lineup on the poster below, and get your tickets here.



Survay Says! (ska-pop-punk) announces new album “Observations Of The Human Condition”, streams new song

New Jersey ska/ pop-punkers Survay Says! will be releasing a brand new full-length album titled “Observations Of The Human Condition” on April 8th through Asbestos Records and to get you fired up they’re streaming the new song “I Aim To Misbehave”.  Check it out below.

“Observations Of The Human Condition” is available for pre-order and is a follow up to the last October’s EP “Things I Need To Say.”



Chris DeMakes, Jay Tea & Ryan Eldred announce “Ska Goes Solo Tour”, stream split

Oh shiiiiiit! Less Than Jake frontman Chris DeMakes has just announced he will be playing the “Ska Goes Solo Tour,” which also features Jay Tea from The Arrogant Sons of Bitches and Catch 22‘s Ryan Eldred, next January!

A full list of dates and locations on the tour can be found below.

There’s also gonna be a split 7-inch from the guys being released sometime soon on Asbestos Records.You can stream all the awesome songs appearing on it right here!



Allison Weiss and Jenny Owen Youngs release split 7″

Pop punk singer/songwriter Allison Weiss and solo artist / occasional Revival Tour performer Jenny Owen Youngs have released a split together on Asbestos Records. The 7″, titled Double Exposure, features both artists covering tracks by indie darlings the Magnetic Fields, and even features artwork inspired by the band’s 1999 album 69 Love Songs.

You can find out more information on the split here.

Weiss released her new album, Say What You Mean, in April 2013 through No Sleep, while Youngs released her third album, An Unwavering Band of Light, in 2012.



Documentary stream: Brooklyn Rocksteady (featuring The Toasters, The Slackers, The Pietasters)

Filmmaker Samuel Gursky has made his documentary, “Brooklyn Rocksteady,” available for online streaming and pay-what-you-want download.

The film covers the past 30 years of the Ska and Rocksteady scene in Brooklyn and its surrounding areas.

Featuring bands like The Pietasters and The Toasters, “Brooklyn Rocksteady” was born out of a Kickstarter campaign and took over two years to put together.

You can view the documentary and a quote from the creator himself right here.

If you like it so much that you need to watch it every single day forever, you can download it and set your own price.