Tag Archives: Death of Guitar Pop

23min of Ska : Launched

23skaCOASTER6“When and if fascism comes to America it will not be labeled “made in Germany”; it will not be marked with a swastika; it will not even be called fascism; it will be called, of course, “Americanism”…”

– Professor Halford E. Luccock

00:00 – the Toasters – Radiation Skank (Recriminations ’85)
02:02 – les Skartoi feat. Bebis – As One (24 Hours ’18)
05:21 – Dan P. & the Bricks – Terrible (When We were Fearless ’18)
08:17 – the Royal Architects – Tell Me Why (the Brooklyn Sessions ’18)
12:50 – Death of Guitar Pop – Rickety Old Train (69 Candy Street ’17)
16:59 – the Middle Volga Social Club – I want to be Your Friend (I want to be Your Friend ’18)
19:46 – Abraskadabra – To the Stars (Welcome to the B Side ’18)

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23min of Ska : Fourth Dimention

23skaCOASTER4Hello friends, I hope that this episode is finding you well. It’s been another long week, but man oh man are we in “new ska season!” So many great releases just since the last episode! The Fuss, the Sentries, and Flip & the Combined Effort are all seriously fresh. Not to say that the new album from the Stupid Stupid Henchmen is more than a week or too old either! I truly hope you enjoy this fine selection of music and that it adds just a little to your day.

00:00 – the Fuss (DC) – Fifteen Pills (Ourselves ’18)
03:42 – the Stupid Stupid Henchmen – DTI (Chill Out and Die Later ’18)
05:55 – the Sentries – Renegade (Hot Session ’18)
08:46 – the Bar Stool Preachers feat. Vic Ruggiero – Looking Lost (Blatant Propaganda ’16)
12:58 – Death of Guitar Pop – Sweet Sensation (69 Candy Street ’17)
16:42 – the Pomps – Golden Fleece (the Pomps Save the Queen ’14)
19:18 – Flip and the Combined Effort – An Open Apology (This EP has No Theme ’18)

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23min of Ska : Sydney Bristow

23skaBRISTOWHere’s one for my ska/punk and “third wave” ska listeners! Get after it, it’s some fantastic rave-up kind of sound on the episode. Of course, I cool it down a bit before it’s over, just to let you off easy after the first 2/3rds. Full disclosure, Watashi Wa Dance Party is a punk band that sometimes does ska/punk, I think they do it pretty damn well, I hope all you listeners do too!

00:00 – the Siren Six! – Got to be Something (Young and Professional ’98)
02:35 – Watashi Wa Dance Party – Ruminating (Character Volume II : Wade ’17)
04:43 – King Kong 4 – Profile of a New Elite (More Than a Plate Full ’17)
07:51 – Abraskadabra – Catching Fog (Welcome ’18)
10:01 – Death of Guitar Pop – Whatever Gets You Outta the House (69 Candy Street ’17)
13:29 – the Ladrones – Mr. PC (Salve ’18)
15:54 – the Forthrights – Abilene (the FORTHRIGHTS ’12)
19:24 – Goldfinger – the Only One (Hello Destiny ’08)

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23min of Ska : Napoleon Solo

23skaSOLOOk… so… this is the 300th episode. It is also the first episode of 2018 and the first episode in a new set of 23 episodes all loosely based on fictional secret agents. But you’d think I’d have more to say about doing the 300th one of these, right? Personally, I cannot believe I’ve created 300 mini ska mixes to share with all of you. Every time an episode gets a share and a like on facebook, or an upvote on reddit, or a heart and a retweet on twitter I get a little happier inside. All those small things encourage me to want to keep sharing what I find and what I’ve found that’s great about ska music. Some of the messages I’ve gotten from bands and listeners have meant the world to me as well, seriously, you are all far too kind. Now, I’d like to say “Here’s to 300 more episodes!” While I cannot quite promise that, I can promise that this podcast isn’t going anywhere soon, so look forward to another 50 weeks of this show in 2018! (Sorry again about missing last week!)

00:00 – Death of Guitar Pop – Welcome Back (69 Candy Street ’17)
03:39 – Susan Cadogan – the Girl Who Cried (the Girl Who Cried Over You ’18)
06:10 – Drop Steady – Souls Alive (the Light ’15)
10:41 – Napoleon Solo – Buses & Trains (Shot! ’89)
14:02 – L’Home Llop & The Astramats – Llatí tirant a escà (Volum 1 ’15)
17:21 – the Siren Six! – This Can’t be What You Meant (Young & Professional ’98)
19:49 – the Toasters – Talk is Cheap (Hard Band for Dead ’96)

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Another way to support the podcast is to buy some records from our partners in crime over at Grandpa’s Casino Recordings, they carry some great vinyl ska records!