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23min of Ska : Salted Caramel

23skaSALTEDCARAMELYou suckas ready for some ska? I got some right here for you! Kicking things off with a premier song from the New Limits! They have a new album coming out next week, so be sure to check it out! After that, I’m just giving you a whole mess of good music. I can’t help it, there’s just so much good ska out there, it’s hard not to share it with y’all!

00:00 – the New Limits – Up in the Air (the New Limits ’17)
03:16 – Fairhaven – Floating (Sunshine Singles ’16)
06:09 – the Heat Machine – Bear Minimum (No Coast Dance Party ’09)
09:59 – Jr. Thomas – Somebody Like You (Jr. Thomas Meets the Venditions ’13)
13:06 – the Delirians – Treat You Right (Mezcla de Musica y Amor ’17)
15:45 – the Steady 45’s – I’m in Love (Trouble in Paradise ’17)
18:23 – the Pomps – Pretty Pathetic (the Smoking Pomps ’17)

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23min of Ska : Here Comes the Summer

23ska-bwplaidSummer is literally right around the corner! Woo! Let’s hear it for warm weather! Let’s hear it for ska music! Let’s hear some ska music, that’s why we’re here, right? Well then, let’s get started and dig right in to some great music. Great music plus Summer, it is the greatest match ever!

Dan P. – Eat the Planet (Eat the Planet ’07)
Sammy K & the East los Three – Lorimer (Sammy K & the East los Three ’12)
the Snails – Rocksteady & Roll (From Kingston to Memphis ’11)
Jr. Thomas – Face in the Crowd (Jr. Thomas Meets the Venditions ’13)
the Delirians – Move Around (Move Around / Overdub ’11)
Show Me Island – Mornings (Show Me Island ’13)
the Snare – This Generation (This Generation ’11)

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