Another astonishing, amazing and extraordinary episode of 23min of Ska gold for all you fallen angels and hellions! It’s down right uncanny how ska factors into life and is a force to be reckoned with! So here’s another inferno of an episode to enjoy, because ska is immortal!
23min of Ska is produced weekly by RJ Phoenix Want to submit your band? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (no Spotify or Youtube links please) Send me a pic of yr cat! Include the kitties name! I may use it in future episode art! Email: email@example.com Thanks to Jessica for sharing Worm & Mazzy with us for this episode!
This week I have Jed from the “Talking Records” podcast helping me out. Jed gave me a TON of tracks to pick from and could’ve easily done 3 episodes with this guy! Also, “Talking Records” is a hell of a good show, where Jed and a guest talk about a record. Sounds basic, but it effing rad! Such a fun show!
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Alright, so how could I close down this last 23 episodes? A set of episode influenced by trucker slang? I think you know! Then on to some topical songs, then some flat out great songs and ending it, remembering a friend. Honestly, I had a lot of fun over these last 23 weeks, had those 7 great collaboration episodes too, those were great, right? This now marks twice as many episodes as I was originally planning to do and am I stopping? Oh heck no! I’m gonna keep on truckin’! See ya next week!
Show support for the bands by clicking on those links and checking out their websites and music! Show support for the podcast by liking & following the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and at 23ska.com. Also, feel free to subscribe and listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher.
Another way to support this podcast is to listen to and support our sister podcast On the Upbeat or to buy some records from our partners in crime over at Grandpa’s Casino Recordings, they carry some great vinyl ska records!