The great original 2-Tone band, The Selecter, has a brilliant new single. Buy it now and help it climb the Amazon singles chart! Check in on the FB group “get the Selecter new single in the charts.” Two paws up.
Apparently Montreal’s beloved Kingpins’ L’Aventurier mp3 has grown cyberlegs, and is running amok in the blog-o-sphere. That’s a good thing. More ska = more fun. More fun = a better world. The equation is simple. Carry on.
Before Sublime (and all the bands after that seem to squeeze juicy ska reggae dub vibes from the California surf and sun!) The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies were cookin’ up some sunshine of their own in the rainy northwest town of Eugene, Oregon. Their name was a sort of deliberate confrontation with the hyper-PC reality of their surroundings, and it worked, garnering them plenty of controversy, critique, and, well, packed houses full of sweaty happy dancers! Here’s a taste of their musically sophisticated work – a charming song with epic reggae horns and panoramic vocal harmonies. Continue reading “Sweet Summer Sounds of The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies”
Yes, it’s true! The U.S. Post Office has authorized a postage stamp memorializing the Ska Shrine. And yes, you can buy these new issued stamps and help spread the word about Ska.