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Episode 148 · 2 years ago

The Ska Show with Beefy, 30th April 2020

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**HOME EDITION** Naming Rights Sponsorship is Now Available!!!! Beefy has hit the ground running in 2020 and he's banging out the tunes trying to make sure that The Ska Show with Beefy maintains the prestigious mantle of being the SECOND best Ska Podcast on the planet (https://blog.feedspot.com/ska_podcasts/) We bloody love it here at Ska Central! We're still not sure what we have to do to get the number 1 spot though - just keep being awesome I guess! Beefy is quickly making this little corner of the Ska Universe his very own as every week the World's (2nd) Greatest Ska Radio Show excites the airwaves with some of the best Ska music currently out there. Broadcast live from Melbourne to Australia and the rest of the world on 88.3 Southern FM, no other ska show boasts the diversity or the innovation of what Beefy brings to the Ska party! The Year Of Ska is upon us and it's up to the Big Beef Man to make sure it stays that way! The world famous SKA covers section kicks off the second hour with glorious offerings from The Porkers, Radioactive Chicken Heads, The Housebound Ska Collective and Bob Kooparos. Beefy as always brings the newies from Bar Stool Preachers, Trambeat, The Chinkees, and Pussycat Doghouse idea and there's top tunes from The Clash, Suicide Machines, Strange Tenants, We Are The Union, The Toasters and Soupy George finishes off yet another awesome show! Check out The Ska Show with Beefy Facebook page for playlists and other fun stuff! Send me your music if you're in a band - do it & I'll play it.

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...a welcome to your second installment of the week of the scar show with beef. Yes, it's Thursday and that means it's part too of the second greatest scar show on the planet. Thank you for rejoining me, wherever you are in the world. We're back on itunes now as well, which is great news, and we're all over the place. Finally, it's trying to rehappen. Hope you're staying safe in these uncertain times and you keep washing your hands and staying clean and staying inside and staying home listening to some great scar tunes. We kicked off pat two of the scar show. would be fe shows this week with the world famous cover section. Yep, we're still going to go with the same old format. That seems to be working. What are we here? First, the porkers at a Newcastle in Australia. They're doing the saints know your product, a great scar standard for quite a few Australian scar bands. And then we heard a new eat well, I know not sure if it's a new he's definitely a new video. They're called the radioactive chicken heads and they've just done somebody's watching me. I think there was the old rock well classic with a one hit wonder run rock well. I think they probably were. The video just dropped on a Tuesday. It's an absolute belt it. Look forward to hearing a bit more stuff from those guys. Are Out of La Right. Next up, bit of quarantine fun. They called the house bound scar collective. They are a load of artists that have come together using zoom. By the look of it, they have put together this absolutely great cover of backstreets, back I think. Well, I could be fourteen, one, five hundred and sixteen artists. I don't know from. They're definitely from at least thirteen different bands. So we're add that up and you will see what you get. So this is their latest one. Back streets back. I think they're going to do a load more covers as the quarantine continues. So jump on the facebook page, give them a big lick and you will be updated with all their latest stuff. Oh my God, we're back again. We're gonna bring a question. Are you ready? Art Back everybody, everywhere. Don't be afraid, I don't have no fence.

Rock your Bar Rock streets back. The look these eyes and you feel the side of the playing the past. Everyone that I think about the dayly ran away with my pace, with fellows, stop the neighborhood, and maybe she just made a mistake. I give her a break my heart. Either way. There what you want me to say? I won't lie. Then I can't. So you can take that cookie. So you can take that cookie to figure it out. But I did it on the only one I guess I could best put my dad one like a chop, like a top, a top, like a chop, top like a chop, like a top, top like a chip. So how good was that? That is limp biscuits nookie. That's a guy called Bob Cooper Ross. Now I haven't got any information about Bob Cooper Oss. I think he might be Russia or in Russia. He does a load of Scar remixes of harder rock stuff, limp biscuit there, slip knot, all that stuff, and it is a lot of fun. So, Bob Cooper Oss, I see your facebook page but there's nothing since two thousand and fifteen. So I will try and get in touch and see what else we can come up with before that. The house bound a scare collective with their version of the backstreet boys bag streets back. Okay, Yep, that's why I'm not in a band. Right, I'm going to play some absolute classic clash. It's going to be live, it's going to be brilliant. This is a live version of place on my back. Hey, this is flee from the Red Hot Chili peppers for rat...

...recording artists against drunk driving. That's because I don't want my child hit by want to use stupid drunk shout there driving your car. I'm here to remind you that drunk drivers are still a major killer of young adults in this country. So please use your head and save your life and those on the road. Always choose a designated drive and remember music lives. You should too. One Wad. I'll be the wants to that side front of your house asking. There's no here. The mud waters ended. No, we've a bamber with house arrest. Don't forget the Filens, the property, the bloodshed. But now sign to your best and strange. Now we got breathe shots to fix it all, if we do things right just this time, if this is by time last best. Way said the wall and look out up.

You want fire, you want wouldn't it be sick that to not be a Dick on a supermarket trip? It to so great the welfare state. If we could world. That is brand new from Brighton's finest yet. Don't say that too often, but they are my favorite band going around of the me. They're called the bar stool preachers. I've played them off the back of the clash. No surprise there, because they do remind me a lot of the clash. Anyway. That is a brand new singles called when the world ends, or when this world ends I should say. They've released an EP the same track to your apocalypse. All money raised is going direct to the NHS and you can get it for nothing on their bank camp page, but jump on, please, chuck them some money, because they are not making a cent of this is going straight to the NHS in the UK and I cannot think of a greater cause than that. Absolutely brilliant. Well then, guys, hopefully you'll get through this pandemic and we will get to see you in Australia sooner rather than later. Now, because that track is absolutely brilliant. It is a two trek EP. Why don't I play the second track of it? It is called state of emergency, and these guys are the bar stool preachers. There's a riot on the street to norder. I can see in disaster, so run fast and they got heavies in a Gie. Put a targets on the week. They're gunning for you and me stay as a system, right way, when full Shitt fight with you stricting us to forget it what you can see in this day, that's my day. There's a virus on the streets, but on TV there's no one sup so I...

...sat tests. Let the rest, the Mester Rich Bot your rights up for you when they and so see you go in aspirations. We can do maybe things to change enough to take leave with the passion before the count. Let's use our minds. That's a suicide machines out of Detroit in Michigan, in the US of a. That is off their brand new revolution spring album that drop last month. That track, it's probably my favorite one off that album. It is called impossible possibilities. It is a great album enjoy. It is gold from start to finish. If you love your scar punk, it is brilliant. Chuck him some money as well, but make sure you get that album before that. The second track off the soundtrack to your apocalypse ep from the bar stool preachers that it's called state of emergency, and the lead track off it is called when this world ends. I love the bast or preachers. I just cannot get enough. It is kept me company through all this time when I've been at home. Okay, I've got another brand new EA for you. This band's called trend beat. Not Necessarily scab and more northern soul, but they're out of Croydon near London in the UK. This is off their brand new CD. It's called through the narrows. Just drop this week. The first single off it is a really great scar number. It's called fighting on all fronts. I love this. I Ha Bab unfinished message. No sleep to night. This morning we talked, retraced, broken...

...for you. But they say what doesn't kill you makes you strong. But my dream from fighting on live Melbourne's own, the godfathers of Australian sky,...

Yep, the strange tenants themselves. That was recorded live up in Brisbane for years ago. That is Mr and Mrs. That is one of my favorite tunes that those guys do live brilliant. Love the way the horns come in and old Johnny Holmes doing the lead vocals. There Bruce hern who, with his brother Ian, put the band together. Bruce, he's been doing this kind of few of his own things recently. Has just put out a message saying he's gonna be putting out to yes to double albums, to double albums not too far away from he's taking pre orders right now. So if you look up Bruce Hearne music you should be able to find him. I believe they're going to be on a vinyl and he reckons. He's been one who to record these albums for about fifty years. I didn't think Bruce is old. Now he's a lot older than me. Put it that way. The first album is called the word is the music and the people of the song. There's ten tracks that he's written with his brother Ian. The second album is another ten tracks by someone iconic masters of folk music that has a huge influence on Bruce's career. And then the other album is a load of stuff from his woody Guthrie live gigs that he did well a couple of years ago that he did with the Victorian, a trade union choir. So look forward to that later in the year. Before strange tenants he was tram beat out of Croydon in the UK. There brand new album is out this week. It's called through the narrows and the first single off it was called fighting on all fronts. That's a bruce hern title. Of ever, I heard one onto some new music and some very, very exciting news that Chinkies have just released a brand new single. This is their first music for eighteen years. Yep, read it, eighteen years. Mike Park just dropped this yesterday and it is their very first single for a long time. I'm not sure whether that's going to precede a new album, will whether this is just a one off or whether they're just a bit bored like everyone else in quarantine. This is just dropped today. This is called trace the morning time. It is brand new from Mike Park and the Chinkies. You can find it in your heart, friend. Then you find a little town closer, you'll find a little you get a little crazy the left and it makes you kind of P...

...watch everybody else go up. So I like disappointment in carden up here in a week. UNA. Stop, you're stuck in it again. Stop, put a record on again. Outside your head, baby, step together. Stuck in it again. Stop, put a record on. It's not fault. When you get for no reason, it's not your fault. When you get sad for no reason, it's not true faults for no reason. It's fla. We are the Union. They're doing live self care. That is probably their most wellknown song. They're at a Detroit in Mitch Gonn. I can't believe I'm any kind of bruce hern references with checking in this afternoon. Awesome. We are the Union of just dropped a new single, another band that are looking for things to do during quarantine. No doubt. It is a cover of the folk classic going down the road feeling bad and we will play that on this show next week before we are the Union. That is the brand new eat literally dropped today. That is the chinkies trace the morning time. Remember, if you're listening to this no date, you're getting it through podcast. Nowadays I am not in the studio while we practicing social distancing. We have a few issues with the studio. So hopefully you will get some time to check out the facebook page. All the playlists are there from every show. I post new release videos as best I can on a daily basis just to keep the new music flowing. If you're in a band, please send me you music because I love listening it to new tracks, new albums. If you want some airplay all around the world, then this is apparently the second best scar show on the planet. So I will be more...

...than happy to play my favorite tune and anything else. And if you've definitely got a new single, I will get it on the air. So please jump on a face of page. The scar show would be for you will find it. Send me a message, send me a music and boom will up, Bamalama Dingdong. I will get it on the air for you. There are a lot of bands on today's playlist that have done that. It is very, very straightforward. Well, making their scar show would beefe debut right now. This is a band out of Nashville in Tennessee. They're called pussycat dog house. Yeah, I thought it was a strange name as well. This is yet another quarantine release video, but it's a brilliant tune. It is called ask for the banana you want. They're called pussycat dog house. They're at a Nashville in Tennessee and the BUNDONNU Buna Bana Bundund. You gonna get sucker for something like a yellow paint. Don't be down to the B A brilliant. The toasters. They're out of New York City. Don't...

...let the bastards grind you down. I know this is what this quarantine's doing to everyone. That is a live version of the old toasters, classic. They're brilliant back in the old day. That is from the late s as well. So little bit of nostalgia there. We have come rapidly to the end of yet another scar show with beefy. Yep, it's another home studio version, so I do apologize if there are issues with the quality of the links. The music, however, was top bloody notch. If you got any suggestions, if you got any request or if you're in a band, send Mer music. Just jump on the facebook page. We're just about to hit the milestone of a thousand likes. I know that there's a lot more people listen to the show than jump on our facebook page, but please say hello, give us a big lick and I really do appreciate your support. I think we've got through any issues we've had with the new podcast system. Fortune had to move providers and a few of the links to itunes and a few others were broken. So I think I've fixed all that up in the past few days. So hopefully we're back on track now. And if you do have any problems, please get in touch and I would try and sort it out because obviously the podcast companies don't tell me what's going on and if the links do get broken in you are the people I need to hear from so I can get it fixed up. I do hope you stay in safe, I do hope you're staying well. I do hope you're all looking after yourselves, because we're all in this together. It is a tough time for everyone, but the one thing we can do is shit some music together. I will be back next week. Tuesday, part one of the scar pads come out, and then I generally follow up with a show like this one on a Thursday. I hope you all have a great weekend. It's full of great new music, and remember checking with people you haven't talked to you for a while. We're all looking for stuff to do at the minute, and checking up on your mates is the best thing you can do in these times when we're at home with not much to do. I'll way back next week, same time, same place, same channel. I don't know if you can say that anymore because it's a podcast, so people are getting it at different times. All the best, and all I got to say in the meantime is, who's up? Man with a soup on his head. Super, super, Super Super Super Super Super Super Super Super Super Super.

Hey, there 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 whatever 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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