The Selecter is back with a new album full of great songs. Pauline Black and company bring catchy tunes switching it up from song to song keeping the listeners attention and not leaving them bored. The themes presented in these songs such as corruption, joblessness, freedom, and racism are as relevant today as they were when the band formed in 1979. Daylight is highly recommended for all fans of ska music. Favorite Track: Things Fall Apart Daylight is available October 6th -
Beat the Smart Kids, Chicago Ska/Punk and other junk are members of Waste Basket / Still Alive/ Damn Tracks / Indecisives, have new release out now. Check out this Ska Geek favorite and Support Your Local Ska band. Visit: https://btskska.bandcamp.com/album/better-luck-next-time for this and more releases from Beat the Smart Kids.
It's rare for a debut album, especially one in such a polarizing genre like Reggae, to garner the kind of universal fanfare The Frightnrs' 2016 Nothing More To Say received. Mainly because it's a record that transcends genre specific qualifiers and rhetoric that pigeonhole many albums. It is in the truest sense of the phrase, a great record. Shortly after its release a single for "Dispute" was pressed, and like many classic reggae singles, it included a Dub (version) on the B
The new music video for "Renegade" from Stacked Like Pancakes is out now. The video was filmed entirely on a Google Pixel phone and was directed by Kellen McKay. Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbYArEDWs34 "Renegade" is from the album THIS IS US available on their website: http://stackedlikepancakes.mybigcommerce.com/?mc_cid=a464c0a134&mc_eid=5105d3fba4