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23min of Ska : Going Out in Style

23ska-bwplaidCould this be the end of 23min of Ska? The ska podcast you’ve all come to love and/or loath? Nope! No one is that lucky! I shall just journey on, trying to bring you all great ska from around the world. So, you know, pretty much good times for all! Well, as long as you’re the type to dig ska at least.

the Hourglass Cats – Keep Steppin’ (432 EP ’13)
the Skints – Lay You Down (Part & Parcel ’12)
Abraskadabra – Sing ’til the End (Grandma Nancy’s Old School Garden ’12)
Chewing on Tinfoil – Come On, Baby, Let’s do the Cringe (Jump / Let’s do the Cringe ’12)
the Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Sunday Afternoons on Wisdom Ave (the Magic of Youth ’11)
Rotterdam Ska-Jazz Foundation – Blue Lou (Sunwalk ’05)
Skazofrenia feat. Fran Esteban & Jorge Navarro – Ska’s the Tope (This is Skazo ’12)

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Special : You Call It Vol. 3

23ska-beerAh, this week I did the lazy thing, and instead of picking out a bunch of songs and them editing them together, I had the members over at /r/ska on reddit help me pick out the songs for this episode. I think it turned out totally rad! Not too mainstream, pretty modern w/ some older stuff… almost as if I would do something like this myself… if it wasn’t for my “give credit where credit’s due” ways, I’d just pretend this greatness was all done by me on my own! It really is that good of an episode!

the Skints – Ring Ring (Part & Parcel ’12)
Kill Lincoln – Look What You Did (You Little Jerk) (You Were There ’11)
Chewing on Tinfoil – Breso (Get Rich or Try Dyin’ ’09)
the Small Mediums at Large – 50’s Song (the Small Mediums at Large ’99)
Backyard Superheroes – Knowledge (Knowledge ’13)
Demon Waffle – Too Slow (Eat Your Breakfast ’12)

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