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Hub City Stompers release video for “Night Of The Living”

Hub City Stompers have released a video “Night Of The Living”, which premiered on the YouTube channel Blank TV. The track is taken from their recent album Haters Dozen, which came out back in April.

Have a watch below.



Millie Manders And The Shutup release video for “One That Got Away”

Norwich, UK based ska punks Millie Manders and the Shutup release new EP “Shutup” on September 21st. Ahead of the EP, they have released a video for a track off it, “One That Got Away”. You can watch it below.

The band tour extensively through the UK and Europe for the rest of the year – details of all dates are also below.



Bumsy and the Moochers (Ska/Pop Punk) Signs With Imminence Records, Releases Lead Single From September 21st Label Debut

Chicago ska pop punkers Bumsy and the Moochers have announced that they have signed to Imminence Records to release their new album Spaced Out on September 21st. The next night, the band will play Punk The Burbs Fest 2018. 

To celebrate the announcement, the band is streaming the first single “The Truth”, which you can check out below

Bumsy and the Moochers last released Easily Distracted in June 2016.



Luke Seymoup streams new EP “Burnett Street”

Melbourne based folk/pop-punk/ska act Luke Seymoup is streaming his new EP, Burnett Street, which was released on September 2nd 2018.

You can give it a listen below.

Luke Seymoup last released Uke Seymoup in May 2018.



People Corrupting People (Ska) Releases New EP “Red Herring”

Denver based ska troupe People Corrupting People is back with the latest installment of their Animal Farm Chronicles series. The newest six track EP, entitled Red Herring is the the sixth in the series and keeps the anti-capitalist, anti-establishment theme alive! When we talked to the band about the recording process, they told us: “We had originally planned to book  time at our old studio, Ocean Tides Audio, but life got in the way in a hurry and we had to go a different route. Enter: (guitarist/vocals) Nate Nepsky – new producer/sound engineer/pretty much everything on this record. It was his virgin voyage, only ever having recorded years ago using a shitty laptop and Garage Band. Things have changed. Now, he has a shitty PC console and Ableton live. Literally everything you hear was recorded, mixed and mastered in Nate’s bedroom, and he doesn’t have fuck all knowledge of what he’s doing.” Well, if that doesn’t personify the punk rock, DIY work ethic, we don’t know what does! Check out the debut track “He Dwells Within” (featuring members of The Bourbon Brawlers), below!



Thirteen Towers (Ska) stream new EP “Two-Banana Habit”

Fairfax, VA Ska act Thirteen Towers are streaming their new EP, Two-Banana Habit, which was released on August 25th, 2018.

You can give it a listen below.

Thirteen Towers last released In Hindsight in April 2017.



Reel Big Fish announce “Tickle My Tiki TOURch” dates with Ballyhoo!, We Are The Union

If you didn’t get your fix of Reel Big Fish on the 24th and final Vans Warped Tour this summer, you’re in luck. The ska-punk stalwarts a slew of headlining dates on what they’re dubbing the Tickle My Tiki TOURch tour. The run kicks off October 4th in Santa Cruz, CA, and winds up in Athens, GA on November 29th. Support on the bulk of those dates comes from Ballyhoo! and We Are The Union. RBF will also be featured on a couple dates of the upcoming Scallywag Fest in Washington and Idaho. Check out full tour details below

Reel Big Fish’s latest album Candy Coated Fury came out in 2012 through Rock Ridge Music.



Abraskadabra (Ska, Brazil) Stream EP “Welcome to the B-Side”

Brazilian ska punk ensemble Abraskadabra are allowing fans to stream their latest EP. The two-track effort is titled Welcome to the B-Side and was recorded “at a house on the top of the hills” – sounds pleasant indeed! 

Welcome to the B-Side is the latest music from Abraskadabra since their album Welcome earlier this year. You can listen to the whole EP below.



Hub City Stompers Jenny Whiskey spills on her life as a 20 year veteran of the ska-punk skinhead scene

Jenny Whiskey has been playing the saxophone and singing in Ska/Punk bands for over 20 years and has garnered a reputation as one of the most accomplished and sought after sax players in the scene today. Here we were able catch up with her a little and hear about her beginnings, and what got her into her local ska/punk and skinhead scene.

Read her story below.



Cranking and Skanking Fest primer

Today’s the day! The Cranking and Skanking Fest in Worcester, MA kicks off in just a few hours. Headlined by The Mighty Mighty BossTones and featuring Toots and the Maytals, The Bouncing Souls, Fishbone, The Pietasters, and The Planet Smashers. It’s an impressive list of ska punk legends.

I am hoping to give you a glimpse at some of the New England locals that should have you getting to the festival a little early and potentially sneaking off to the indoor stage. Included in this list are Michael Kane and the Morning Afters, The Hempsteadys, Sweet Babylon, Color Killer, Senior Discount, and The Doped Up Dollies. Many of who have released new albums which could be showing up on some year end lists.

Check out some highlights from these bands below.



Jacob Horn Trio (Ska, IL) Stream Latest Album “Why Though?”

Illinois-based ska(ish) band Jacob Horn Trio has just released their latest full-length album. The effort is titled Why Though? and features 12 tracks of what the band themselves describe as “Chicago horn rock for fans of music.” You can listen to the full album below for free. That said, if you like it, you should definitely buy it!

The previous release from Jacob Horn Trio was their two track EP Because.



The Hempsteadys release video for “Still Life with Woodpecker”

The Hempsteadys have released a new music video for “Still Life with Woodpecker”, the first track off their latest album Séance! Séance! It gives us a glimpse of what kind of rowdy energy the band provides in a live setting, except this time it’s from an alleyway in New London, CT.

Check out the video below.



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.



The B Sharps (ska-punk) streaming new album “Plan B’s Get Degrees”

California ska-punks The B Sharps are streaming their new album Plan B’s Get Degrees. The thirteen song full length is being released through Punk & Disorderly Records and is chock full of reggae inspired ska.

Give this beauty a listen below.

This is the first new music from The B Sharps since the 2015’s “A” For Effort. If you’re a fan of Mustard Plug or Catch 22 you will undoubtedly take to these guys as I have and will want to throw this album on your next playlist.



Something to Do release video for “I’ve Made a Huge Mistake”

Milwaukee’s finest ska punks Something to Do display some mad green screen skills with their new video for “I’ve Made a Huge Mistake”. They released Design for Living in June and “I’ve Made a Huge Mistake” is the first single.

Check out the highly energetic magic below.