It's about time RX Bandits decided to stop making music. They will be breaking up at the end of this summer. Their album Progress is one of my all time favorite albums, but their sound quickly…Continue
So, I guess there is a new Ska is Dead tour coming to a town near you. Problem is, most of the bands DON'T play ska! Anyway, here is the info (taken from punknews.org). The organizers behind the…Continue
Hey all- Mike Park (The Chinkees, Bruce lee Band, Skankin' Pickle) came out with a children's album in July called "Smile." It has a few ska tracks on it. You can stream it if you go to this site: http://www.punknews.org/article/43951 Just thought you might be interested.See More
"Nice. I like the vocals. I might come see you guys April 29th. I live in Arlington Heights so I am probably pretty close to you all. I also hung out at a lot at the Art Institute of Schaumburg, which is where I think you recorded…"
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"Green Room Rockers and The Forthrights make it worth going to. I've haven't seen either band, but I like both of them. Plus the Atlanta date is right around my birthday (the 19th) so going to this show would be a good…"
"I totally agree with you Skibz. I support any ska just becuase it needs all the support it can get. And dont forget that alot of these bands could be "gatewaybands"..They start off listening to ska-punk then move to 2tone and by the end of…"
"I appreciate Ska Is Dead for what they're doing. How many national ska-based tours are still operating these days? It's not the tour's fault that more bands nowadays prefer to play ska-punk than traditional-based fare. SID get what…"
"The Forthrights play primarily Rocksteady and early Reggae, but they've started incorporating Ska into their sound. Besides, most Ska is Dead tours suck balls. If you ask me, this is the best line up I've seen yet for the franchise.…"
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