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The Ska Show with Beefy
The Ska Show with Beefy

Episode 310 · 8 months ago

The Ska Show with Beefy, Sep 29th 2021 (Pod3)

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

**STILL AT THE TOP OF THE SKA DIVERSITY CHAIN**

THE SAVE THE SKA SHOW COMPILATION ALBUM IS OUT NOW. Check out our bandcamp page - theskashowwithbeefy.bandcamp.com/releases 

Can Anyone Sponsor The Show? - Naming Rights Going Cheap!!!! Broadcast live from Melbourne to Australia and the rest of the world on 88.3 Southern FM. 

The Ska Show with Beefy maintains the prestigious mantle of being the SECOND best Ska Show on the planet (https://blog.feedspot.com/ska_podcasts/) and the big fella has decided that there needs to be a supplemental SkaPod for your listening pleasure. This week Wild Man Riddim from Oslo in Norway have their hands on the tiller off the back of their new album Panatlantic. Tracks from The Count Bobo, Victor Rice, The Seattleites, Fence and The Attractors are selected! Plus there's also newies from Kmoy featuring Tape Girl, OKKUL, Common Sense Kid, Bongo Brains and Esco Chris.

If you want to program the second half of #SkaPod #3 - send me your 5 tracks and buy me a coffee.... ( https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Beefyskashow ) Keep sharing the gospel of Ska if you can. Stay safe everybody!

This is Ska Radio at 88mph. 

Any moment now. That's got to be hey, this is Robert from Leston Jake, and you're listening to the sky show with bef this happens to be the second best Scot show in the whole planet. Check it out. This is the heavy mugs, the nutties, songs around. WHOA stop? This is? This is this is hi, I'm Princess Pre Cure. Nothing to say to me, Voiciz? Oh, good evening and welcome to Scarpe on number three. The Sky Show with beefy is on the air. Scarp a three is brought to you by the good people. It's brought you by me people, it really is, and you, of course, the listener,...

...and the guest programmer, which we do have this week, all the way from Norway. Were kicked off the scarpod number three with kimoi featuring tape girl. That is Kenny Malloy, his little side project from tape girl, brand new from him. precure love is that it's a Prequel love? I guess it is. Now that does feature tape girl. They're out of New York's city. I'm not sure anyone really knows what's happening with Kmoy, but if they're putting out new music. Who Cares? All the best. Kenny Maloy and tape girl keep banging the tunes out. We love it. This is the scarpod that got born because I couldn't fit all the new releases into the live show, so I had to do something else and I wanted to offer something a little bit different. So I get some new releases from bands you may not have heard a lot from and I'm happy to put them out there. And also we get a guest programmer to throw us five of their favorite tunes to just spread the gospel of scar little bit further. Talking about spreading the gospel of Skanska punk a little bit further, why don't we head to Vietnam? This is a sky show with beefe debut, and it's also their debut single. Now they have been compared to Operation Ivy already. Wow, the band called Akul. They're from Ochee Mint City in Vietnam. This is Lamb Shao, which I think means bloody fire. I D say it could be profound growing up the kid on the wrong side of town. Take care on the streets. You better wash your back better wash you authorities. You can run, you can hide, and the feeling of dread is creeping up inside all the skeletons your head. Pack up the Shit. You should comma sense, kid sirens, calm, keep your head down and run, run,...

...run. I'm in the bottom of your life. Grab the money, grab the drug, Scott, the God, grab the knife. Then take you down, chuck you in the back of your hands. Got A bound to say goodbye to the kids, to the white to your Fris your rice. Where did this? Everyone is packed up and moved on, because this town, it's no place to be. Your friend, your family love once. Have all gone, because this town is no place to be. shotting yourself, but nobody is coming to post your bow. You've been pushed away. Now what you have? The price that you pay. Your big feeding down, stab in the back when the guards on around, getting called away. Solitary Environment is where you'll stay. Where I did this? Everyone has packed up. This is no place to your friends, your family loved once. I've gone. Everyone has packed up that it's no place to your friend, your family loved once. It's no Oh, common sense, kid from frome in Somerset in England. That was no place to be and is off. Is Forthcoming EP long player. Maybe this is a midlafe crisis. May I know what you're going through. He also put a tune on the fundraising songs for Mom's scar punk international compilation album, which is top notch, and mate, I might be hitting you up for the save the scar show with beefy compilation album volume two as well. Before Common Sense Kid. We heard all cool out of hoteium in city in Vietnam. How good is that? Lamb shall, which we think means bloody fire? That is their debut single and I am looking forward to more stuff from those guys. I've just read it in some of the media reports. Are already been compared to Operation Ivy. Now that's a bit of a big stretch so far, because it's only the debut single. Mondu Operation Ivy on needed one album. Look out from a cool out of Vietnam. From Vietnam we head to Sweden, to Dalana County, in fact, another scar show with beefy debut the band a called Bungo brains, now the featuring the mighty mighty horns. They're got a new album coming out on December the third, and this is the first single off that album. It's called best wishes. That is a nice song. That...

...is ESCO Chris's new one. The scheme he's on Guerrero records, based in La Chris Zimmer, Fantastica like that before ESCO Chris, Bongo brains, featuring the mighty mighty horns, their first single off a brand new album coming out on December, the third best wishes. Now Bongo brains describes themselves as a musical jumble layer. They're from Delana in Sweden. If you know you're Swedish Norwegian geography, if you go kind of north between Oslo and Stockholm, it's in there, somewhere central Sweden, let's say. Now, talking about Norway, Wild Man rhydom got in touch with Martin at Brostigan. They've got a brand new album. It's their third album. It's called Pan Atlantic. Now we've played northwest off that album before. The whole thing is mixed by a Victor Rice, and why would you not want Victor Rice to mix your album? We're gonna hear Zipline, time travel, some of the descriptions of Pan Atlantic. A fantastic but let's hear the tune first and I'll tell you a bit more about Pan Atlantic. Very shortly. All that was zip line time...

...travel. Off Pan Atlantic, the third album from wild man riddom, who are out of Oslo in Norway. Now this album panet Atlantic. It is a kind of a concept album and it's taking the listener on an extravagant and suggestive journey between the shores of the North Sea and the warm waters of the Caribbean. The little note about ZIP line time travel. It tells the story about childshood in the Suburbian Oslo, suburb called Jon's. There you go. The whole thing is a bit of a trip from the North see through to the Caribbean, down through Latin American then back to Britain and the dismal cold waters of the North Atlantic, and then they head across to Mumbai, where the smells, sounds and visuals float around at the local market. Now the first selection chosen by Martin Brostigan Count Bobo out of Bristol in England. This is the number one track off their bird of paradise album from two thousand and fifteen. Think you got rereleased in two thousand and twenty, but that's another matter. This is Lazy Susan. We talked about victories and it's no surprise...

...that Martin has chosen one of his solo tracks, Fu Maca, off his two thousand and seventeen album smoke. Victor was based in New York for a long time. He was a bassist in the scoff laws. He then moved into producing and produced bands like the slackers and the pie tastes, just a name a couple. He moved to Brazil, so Parlo, in two thousand and two. He's kind of up with early twenty years down there. He put out an album called drink last year, but he's spending most of his time mixing and mastering and producing albums. He is just mixed and produced a single for Melbourne's own, the resignators, called Talisman. It's got a bit of a racist friend feel about it in my opinion, but that's another matter. But anyway, Victor Rice, what a legend. I'm pretty sure he's going to be busy for a long time yet. Before victories we had count Bobo from Bristol in England. The number one track off their bird of paradise album from two thousand and fifteen was lazy Susan. Now they've just put out a double aside on happy people records with Rico's mule and the eye of horace. Haven't checked that out yet, but I will write now from Bristol in England and so Palo in Brazil. We're going to do Seattle a band that are playing on the fourth of October with the s atter lights at the Nectar Lounge in Seattle. These guys are called the Seattle Lights Iris that they so...

...much. A band that are made up of absolute all star royalty of the...

New York scar scene. They used to be called the Brooklyn attractors. They're now just called the attractors. We just heard surveillance tech off their two thousand and twenty album love bombs. They're on jump up records and they've just played the Boston Beehive last weekend. They have got members from westbound train, the New York's Car Jazz Ensemble, Void Union, stubborn allstars and the toasters, to name a few. They are an instrumentals only band. We just heard surveillance tech a band that were banging around Oslow in the too thousands. They're called fence. That was hearts of gold. Off Stories to be told. They've done three albums. Well like that. I will be checking out a bit more of fence. We kicked off that little segment with a band at a Seattle called the Seattle Lights. We heard the thing off. They're ready to launch EP. That came out in August two thousand and nineteen. That is their only release to date. On the fourth of October they're going to be playing the neck to lounge. They are the head support for the scatter lights. What an awesome night that is gonna be. Now going back to our guest programmers, wild man riddom out of Oslo in Norway. They just had a release party for the album Pan Atlantic. They did it on a boat in Oslo harbor. They got a load of gigs coming up through the winter. They're going to be heading out on a mid European tour in early two thousand and twenty two where they're going to be touring the Great Pan Atlantic album, plus great tunes off the other two albums to don't forget those. But you can get Pan Atlantic on basically any platform right now. We did mention Victor Rice, has mastered and mixed the album. It is bloody good. I want to thank Martin Brosti, another rest of the wild man riddom crew for being a huge supporter of the sky show. We'd beefy. We really do appreciate you, guys. I am so happy that this show can reach Norway and Sweden and Northern Europe and Scandinavia, as well as the UK and the US and Australia. I am just having to get people like Martin on board and doing things like this. It is a lot of fun doing this show and I'm really, really happy that we can build this bridge and keep the spirit of old school scarlive. It's awesome. I do wish, while my room, all the best with Pan Atlantic. It is bloody good. I know a lot of work went into that and to get victories on board to finish that off absolutely brilliant. If you're in a band and I haven't played your songs on the live show on the scar pods, then you got to let me know. You can get in touch with me through the facebook page the sky show would beefy, or through twitter at beefy. Scar show Melbourne is still in lockdown. You can do your bit. Go and get vaccinated. please. Just do the right thing, be excellent to one another. We can all get back to seeing gigs again if people get vaccinated. It's all I can say. playlists are on the social media as well as all the bands that get played in the show are tagged either facebook page or the twitter and I'll please do me a favorite. Just give the bands a little bit of a follow. Give my like on facebook or a follow on twitter. You'll be the first to know when this new music coming out or when these gigs in your area. Or you can just flick him a few quid. By their music, by their merch keep these bands going. We've all done it tough over the past eighteen months. Bands have been hit hardest. They really really have. So any little show of support really, really helps. I'll be back with the live show next week. This scard pods will follow throughout the week. In the meantime, please stay safe,...

...everybody. I've been befy. This has been the scar show with B v Scar pod number three, junie. This gosh all with BEF B Junie. Hey, they're beefy. Hey, rob, do you have nothing to do all the time? Yes, I've got nothing to do all the time, rob. Well, guess what, I've found something that you can do with your nothing time. What's that? Rob Listen to a great podcast called three hundred and sixty five days of sport. Right it stars you and me. Oh Wow, so other people can listen to it besides the people who are on it? Yeah, if you want, get it wherever you get your podcast from? Well, spotify to three hundred and sixty five days of sport. It's the podcast you never knew you wanted to listen to.

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