Tag: Ska Core

November 19, 2022

Must Build a Jacuzzi in Winter to Like, Stay Warm and Stuff

I have it on good authority that they Must Build a Jacuzzi! You know, like an actual ska-core band that doesn’t suck, makes super duper fun tunes, has fun doing what they do and oh yeah….they ARE – MUST BUILD JACUZZI, and they WILL return in 2023 with NEW music. Or so I’m told, or kinda guessed? Go stream the heck out of their old catalog and get ready for some horn bangin’ action! Wait, that came out wrong I think. Well, enjoy the rest of your day and there is nothing to see here, move along….… Continued →

May 13, 2022

Song of the Day: The O.C. Supertones - Adonai

No, The Supertones weren’t the first Christian ska band. The Israelites’ first album pre-dated them by a year. But in the UK, Rev Counta and the Speedoze* (another incarnation of Ishmael United) had released a full-length as early as 1980! And perhaps some Jamaican bands that didn’t fit into the CCM/CBA mold had been active earlier than that, it’s hard to say. However, the Supertones were the first Christian ska band to release an album on a nationally-distributed label, releasing The Adventures of the O.C. Supertones just a few months before Five Iron Frenzy dropped Upbeats and Beatdowns.… Continued →

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