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Skipjack Stream “Safe Spaces” From Forthcoming EP

San Diego-based skate punk group Skipjack are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The effort is titled, “Safe Spaces” and will appear on a soon-to-be-released EP from the band. Further details of this release are currently unknown.

You can check out “Safe Spaces” below. The previous release from Skipjack was the 2017 album, Songs From The Great American Bargain Bin.

Skipjack (Punk) stream new song “Follow The Bleeder”

San Diego punk act Skipjack are streaming their new song “Follow The Bleeder”, listen to it below.

Skipjack released “Songs From The Great American Bargain Bin” earlier this year which included a selection of remastered tracks taken from their first five releases.

Felony Records release Punk Rock Bowling compilation (proceeds benefiting charity)

The fine people at Felony Records have released a Punk Rock Bowling compilation… with a twist. It features Felony bands covering 21 songs originally by bands on the PRB 2017 lineup. Some standout tracks include Hilltop Rats‘ hilarious take on “Wish Me Well” by the Bouncing Souls and Skipjack‘s cover of Ignite’s “Fear is Our Tradition”.

The comp will be given away for free at the festival, and it is available digitally on bandcamp. Proceeds from digital sales will be donated to Heal The Bay and The National Park Service.

DS Exclusive: Skipjack stream 3 new songs off upcoming album “A Soundtrack To A Eulogy”

San Diego punk act Skipjack will officially release their new album, A Soundtrack To A Eulogy, on March 19th through Felony Records and today we’re stoked to premiere not one, but three brand new tracks from it. Plug your headphones in, crank up the volume and stream “Arrivals And Departures”, “The Grand Collapse” and “Fingertips” below.

A Soundtrack To A Eulogy be the follow up to 2011′s Kill American Radio. You can pre-order it here.

Catch the band at their CD release show with Pour Habit, Margate and more at Soda Bar in San Diego on the 19th.

Skipjack streaming 3 new songs off upcoming album “Soundtrack To A Eulogy”

San Diego punk act Skipjack are streaming three new songs “Rise and Fall,” “Utah Broke My Heart” and “State of Grace.”

You can give it a listen below.

Soundtrack To A Eulogy drops March 19, 2016 through Felony Records.

Chris Fox is the DD again today on Dying Scene Radio (and that’s “guest co-host” not “day drinker”), w/ special commentary from Ray Rocket, Skipjack, Murderland, and more!

This week on Dying Scene RadioChris Fox is the DD again today (but we mean “guest co-host” not “day drinker”).  Bobby Pickles welcomes the Vampirates/Boss’ Daughter frontman (and a thousand other bands) “in-studio” once again in a pinch as a last minute replacement for Elena Venetia who was busy with her dude doing V-day shit. This is the Fuck Valentine’s Day Special!

Listen to all the incessant blathering below!


DS Editor AnarchoPunk’s three-part piece highlighting the exploits of the honorable Chris Fox. It’s bitter cold in CT, and Reno not so much. The playlist was not chosen for Valentine’s Day, in fact – fuck Valentine’s Day. It’s corporate shill Holiday. Every time Chris Fox does the show, a big timer dies; this week, it’s Justice Antonin Scalia, and Bobby hopes for a super liberal replacement solely for the benefit of federal marijuana legalization. Bobby uses the phrase “Italian Guineas” – PC people be warned. We discuss the negative idiot TONE LO-KI who enjoys informing people of deaths. Salt Lake City pop-punk outfit Problem Daughter signs with Dying Scene Records. Chris says, “always drink before you tune, that’s the trick, depending on where your priorities lie.” No Doubt/AFI should form a Hardcore band called “Some Doubt” – joke stolen from Entropy NY’s Brian Lawrence. Fuck cowbell, more bass.

Special commentary from Teenage Bottlerocket founding member and co-frontman Ray Carlisle; Tasmanian punk act Luca Brasi; Roman skatepunkers (former Jet Market shredders) Thousand Oaks; Belgian pop-punk group For I Am; Gainesville emo/indie-punk act Edmonton; Boston’s ska-revivalist group The Pomps; Ohio pop-punk act, The Spastic Hearts; LA based pop-punk band Murderland, and San Diego punk act Skipjack.

Boss’ Daughter – I’m the DD today
Ray Rocket – Do You Wanna Go To Tijuana?
Luca Brasi – The Cascade Blues
Thousand Oaks – You Can’t Fight Fate
Faintest Idea – Down Pressure
Face To Face – Double Crossed
Problem Daughter – Like a Dog
New Age Healers – Lost Your Mind
Medictation – Memories Of Youth
For I Am – Grandma’s Missing
Edmonton – Solid Knowledge
Hey Stroker – Momentum
Spanish Love Songs – Paper Cup
The Bennies – Party Machine
The Pomps – All My Guns
The Spastic Hearts – Spend It With You
Two For Flinching – Super
The Slackers – Truth Comes Knocking
Murderland – Whatever Happened
Brian Fallon – A Wonderful Life
Skipjack – Something To Believe In

Skipjack sign to Felony Records, plan to release new album

San Diego punk act Skipjack have officially signed to Felony Records and have plans to release their new album, Soundtrack To A Eulogy, soon. You can check out the first track off the album, titled “Something to Believe In” on the Hope: A Compilation for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention album, curated by DyingScene’s own Lauren Mills. Check out the full album on bandcamp here.

This new album will be the follow up to 2011’s Kill American Radio.

Skipjack start recording new record “Soundtrack To A Eulogy”

San Diego punk act Skipjack has just announced that they are recording their fifth full length record entitled “Soundtrack To A Eulogy”. No label has been confirmed yet for the release, but apparently there will be details coming soon.

The band claims to have been working on these songs for a year, and expect to have them out at the beginning of winter. The new release will be the follow up to the 2011 release of “Kill American Radio”.

6th annual Punk Rock Food Drive announced (Sic Waiting, Caskitt, Western Settings)

The 6th annual Punk Rock Food Drive benefiting the North County San Diego Food Bank has been announced. The food drive will take place tomorrow at Til Two Club in San Diego and feature performances by Sic Waiting, Caskitt, Parade of Horribles, Western Settings, Skipjack, Uncle Bill, and Badabing.

You can find out more information here.

Skipjack stream new track “Stairway to Oblivion”

San Diego punk act Skipjack are now streaming their track “Stairway to Oblivion” off their upcoming album and you can give it a listen here.

The group is based in SoCal and has been a part of the hardcore punk scene there since 1996.

Skipjack recording new full-length “Kill American Radio”

skipjackSan Diego punk act Skipjack have announced that they are currently recording a brand new full-length album, which they have titled Kill American Radio and hope to release mid-summer.

The band has also recently finished a split with Santa Cruz’s Outlie (ex-members of Good Riddance) and are currently looking for a label to put it out.  Interested labels, hit the band up on their MySpace.

Skipjack and Outlie split 7inch coming soon

felonyMore news from Felony Records (and I can tell you it won’t be the last today).  The label is planning on doing a series of split 7″ releases in 2010.  The first will be a limited color pressing for San Diego’s Skipjack and Santa Cruz’ Outlie.  If you haven’t heard of either of these bands familiarize your self with them.  Skipjack has been playing for the better part of 12 years. Interesting side note, Colin of Pour Habit used to Drum for Skipjack.  Outlie is a band made up of x-Members of Good Riddance; specifically Sean Sellers and Luke Pabich.  Outlie released one CD on Porterhouse records (Greg Hetsons label) in the 90’s and this will be their first release since that CD.

Skipjack & Outlie (members Good Riddance) releasing split 7″

skipjackOK, so it’s Labor Day here in the states, which means this Monday qualifies as a weekend, which is why there are so few stories today.  And we’re lazy.  For those dedicated readers out there, you know that weekend posts tend to be skimpy on details and bursting with conjecture.  In the interest of staying consistent, here’s a post with almost no real information:

San Diego melodic, skate punk band Skipjack are releasing a split 7″ with Santa Cruz’s Outlie, (2 ex-members of Good Riddance).  Release date?  Label?  Track listings?  Refer to the top portion of this post.