BBC Covers Latin Ska Scene in South Central LA

This is cool – there’s a nice bit on BBC about the bands and fans of a growing Latin Ska scene in South Central Los Angeles. There’s long been a great tradition of Latin influenced Ska music, and Ska en Espanol – including bands like La Plebe from San Francisco and Upground from East LA. Wow even as I write this I Google “Latin Ska LA” and find a recent LA Times article on the subject! Buster the Ska Doggie approves.

Author: Buster the Ska Doggie

Buster the Ska Doggie was born on July 4th, 2008 when The Uptones released their epic Skankin' Foolz Unite! album. Jesse Michaels drew Buster for the record cover and Buster leaped off of it and started dancing around. Before long Buster had amassed a massive collection of ska records and friends and has been to every single ska show on earth, usually attending at least 100 around the world, all at the same time. Don't ask how he does it. Buster blogs at ska4u.com and you also can find him on FB and Twitter. W00f!

1 thought on “BBC Covers Latin Ska Scene in South Central LA”

  1. According to Orange county ska & R.A.S.H. Didn’t the Second Singer of Inspector 7 and Hub City S. Travis Nelson known as Blacky shamrock. Turned into a informer Closet Nazi W.P. who Made Secret Deals with Aryan nation to work Against Latino ska artists.?!?

    R.A.S.H. has Proof photos of Travis Nelson Singer of I7/HCS Wearing a Nazi Screwdriver Shirt singing on Stage at a Secret W.P. Show Somewhere in Chicago sometime ago to appease his Nazi cohort friends. What’s the Deal with that? we Didn’t know he was a two faced fence walker like that?

    We Guest R.A.S.H. was right all along.

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