Assuming ska is required, the following results were found.

  • SOUNDS OF SALVATION - Ska Mass (Review)

    Sounds of Salvation Ska Mass Independent https://soundsofsalvation.bandcamp.com/ Release Date: August 22, 2015 Christian Ska. During the 1990’s, while the Third Wave Ska move was causing waves in the pop/rock music charts, there was a huge acceptance...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/77-sounds-of-salvation-ska-mass-review
  • MONKEY - Bananarchy (Review)

    Man Records www.asianmanrecords.com Release Date: April 7, 2015 Formed back in 1995 during the height of the third wave of ska, San Fran band Monkey chose to go a different route and focus on two-tone ska. Monkey has released their latest new album,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/109-monkey-bananarchy-review
  • LOS KUNG FU MONKEYS - Rudeboy Rockers (Review)

    Rudeboy Rockers Stomp Records www.stomprecords.com Release Date: August 14, 2015 For a chunk of years now, Canadian-Mexican ska band Los Kung Fu Monkeys have been rocking the night away. With their latest album, Rudeboy Rockers from Stomp Records, they...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/171-los-kung-fu-monkeys-rudeboy-rockers-review
  • KEMURI - Mirai Wa Akarui (Review)

    Kemuri Mirai Wa Akarui Asian Man Records www.asianmanrecords.com Release Date: May 12, 2015 For 20 years now, J-Ska band Kemuri has been rocking the world with their brassy, upbeat sound, frequent English lyrics and undeniable charm for fans of the ska...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/148-kemuri-mirai-wa-akarui-review
  • THE SELECTER - Subculture (Review)

    The Selecter Subculture DMF Records www.dmfmusic.co.uk/dmf-records/ Release Date: October 2, 2015 When you think of Two Tone Ska there are two names that immediately spring to mind. The first is The Specials while the second is The Selecter. Seeing...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/75-the-selecter-subculture-review
  • SKINDRED - Volume (Review)

    this Welsh powerhouse may share elements with other bands, there is only one Skindred. The mix of metal, hardcore, reggae, ska and hip hop reads like a nightmare, but sounds like a roar of freedom. For their sixth release, Volume, Skindred has tapped...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/99-skindred-volume-review
  • OF GOOD NATURE - Life Worth Livin (Review)

    into a different beast as the pace picks up and is almost fused by a disco rock vibe suddenly, before straddle the reggae/ska borderlines, before in it's final minutes taking all its instrumental goodness and capping it off with the introduction of...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/203-of-good-nature-life-worth-livin-review
  • THE RAYGUN COWBOYS - Heads Are Gonna Roll! (Review)

    Date: April 21, 2015 Is it psychobilly at it's most refined? Does it have nods to rock n' roll bands like Aerosmith, yet ska bands like Mad Caddies? Maybe it's all of the above? Certainly a number of questions sprang to mind listening to the Raygun...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/179-the-raygun-cowboys-heads-are-gonna-roll-review
  • ZEBRAHEAD - Walk the Plank (Review)

    “Worse Than This” is the highlight for me for just that reason. It’s a bright sounding, big guitar Pop Punk jam with a ska twist that makes me want to dig out my Reel Big Fish records. “Battle Hymn” incorporates a bit of Surf Rock guitar into the mix...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/119-zebrahead-walk-the-plank-review
  • ROB CASTELLON - Wiretap Records (Labels We Love Interview)

    to keep a thread among the bands that made sense. So to answer your question, sure.. we’d put out a hardcore record... or ska band? Sure. If the band/record somehow make sense...we’ll back it. Watch for Horses, who we released our debut 7” split, are...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/120-rob-castellon-wiretap-records-labels-we-love-interview
  • THE WORLD IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE & I AM NO LONGER AFRAID TO DIE - Harmlessness (Review)

    Records www.epitaph.com Release Date: September 25, 2015 For me the word Emo was initially something terrible. I was into Ska and Punk and that was it. Then I went to see The Juliana Theory open for Sense Field. they closed with “Constellation” and I...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/102-the-world-is-a-beautiful-place-i-am-no-longer-afraid-to-die-harmlessness-review
  • LAWNMOWER - Major Head Injury (Review)

    of fuzzy pop songs, but there are also a couple random tracks thrown in there for good measure. The first single “Practical Skateboard” is a fuzzy pop punk number with a group vocal chorus. The distortion sounds like it would fit a grunge band better,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/93-lawnmower-major-head-injury-review

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