The Duff Guide to Ska Year in Ska Reviews 2017, Part 4

Unrelated image of releases and posters from NYC area ska bands.(All reviews by Steve Shafer)Destroy Babylon Shapeshifters (CD/digital, MusicADD, 2017): A concept album of sorts, Destroy Babylon’s extraordinary Shapeshifters is a collection of angry and defiant post-punk, rock, and reggae protest songs aimed at the heart of Trumpism. Beginning with the question of “how much do you pay for protection” (from the police and criminals roaming the streets), the songs traverse a systemically racist, violent, authoritarian-leaning, war-crazy, unfettered capitalist dog-eat-dog American landscape, ending with the singer’s demise at the “business end of a knife

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The Duff Guide To Ska

The Duff Guide To Ska

The Duff Guide To Ska is one of the longest running and best ska blogs in the known universe. Steve of Moon Records fame is the skauthor, and his skalarly credentials are impeccable. Buster is proud to re-post snippets of Steve's posts here, with links to his original bleats. You can't go wrong with Duff as your Guide.