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Episode 8 · 2 years ago

The Ska Show with Beefy, March 17th 2020 (1st Hour) Mad Caddies Pt1

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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 airs 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! 2019 has proved to be The Year Of Ska and it's up to the Big Beef Man to make sure 2020 is even bigger again! There's an awesome live set from The Mad Caddies as well as the first part of Beefy's interview with Sascha and Graham from the band, plus great tunes from Loin Groin, Suburban Legends, Prince Buster, Madness, Free Kick and new releases from The Skallions, The Jamons, Just Say Nay and Half Past Two! 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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...back, never come back. You hesitated too much where you are. I'm just fixing my position on you. Get a new one. I thought it was out. Yes, welcome, welcome, welcome. It is the sky show with beefy live from Melbourne, live on Suddeny FM, coming at you wherever you are in the world. Good evening if you're in Australia, good afternoon if you're in England, and top of the morning to yea if you're in the US of a, because it is St Patrick's Day over there. We've just had it to basically, he it was a nonevent in Australia. Let's be honest, I think it probably is all around the world as well. I know in Ireland at the pubs are closed, the bedding shops are closed and it's not much going on. So let's try and bring some joy and cheer and happiness to your world and give you a couple hours of the best skat tune from all over the planet. Get up and about, get with it and let's get canking. You listen to the sky show with me, beefy. We kicked it off with loin growing, Melbourne's own, who just played a couple of shows on the sky nation tour supporting muster plug and they were absolutely awesome. After a hiatus of about what twelve, thirteen, possibly fourteen years and they will be supporting. Well, fingers crossed may the first Melbourne Scar Orchestra are playing in Melbourne, back home and lying growing on the main support. So if we can get this stuff sorted by May the...

...first then hopefully that GIG will be on. Then we have the mad caddy's, a big, big live set from them all. American Badass, brand new scar leaving and then in the Green Day cover she now mad caddy's are meant to be here next month as well, April fourteen. Who knows if there's a fourteen day quarantine period on anyone flowing to Australia right now, so that means the band would have to be on April the first. Is that going to happen? Possibly not. Never Mind, there are bigger things to worry about. Then we had suburban legends and that was there probably the biggest known song. Come back home. Sad Times, I suppose, but there you go. That's life in it. We just get on with it and hopefull the best talk of the mad caddy's. I have got a two part interview. I'm going to play the first part in the first hour of the show and then the second part in the second. Let's fingers crossed this all comes down and the make Kelly's can get to Australia, but unfortunately not looking good. Anyway, let's get on with this. This is well, it is madness, isn't it? This whole bloody thing? Let's hear from Prince Buster himself. This is it madness. There they goled madnessnessnessness, my'd isness. Call it madness plain. That is what a mean to mens. I call it my ness. Madness. To me, call it madness, madness. We call it. I'm about to make three. That's someone is using his brains. O Ganda Ministers, and Properanda Minister, I've got I even you. I'M gonna walk all over you. Madness. I call it the lightness. What is myness? Mine? I know I'm filled with lightness. It's gonna be rougher, it's gonna be pop and I won't. Either one's gonna suffer. Oh No, I won't be the one who's gonna suffer. You are gonna be the one. You don't watch that. Watch this. This is the heavy, heavy monsters. WHOA stop. That is the scallions...

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Northern Ireland are the scallions. Before that, madness, one step beard, and then Prince Buster with his take on the coronavirus madness, absolute blood madness. Right, I told you I was going to play the mad keddy's interview, so we're going to get a tune in before that and straight after I will play the first part of the interview I did with Sasha and Graham from the band. Right, this is a band at a Los Angeles. There's not much information apart from the fact that they had a couple of tunes about twenty years ago and they went on tour last year or they did a shoot a few shows celebrate twenty years of that album. They called the Hammons, and this is brand news called Jennifer Lawrence of Arabia's good to see these guys are back together and a Los Angeles. The AMANS as great now. All right, mad Kenny's are going to be in Australia very, very shortly, less than a month ago. I've got session Graham from the band. Good morning or good afternoon boys. How are you great? Great, yeah, doing good. Now you guys have just hit twenty five years. Congratulations, and not money bands make it to twenty five years. Did you ever think you'd guys would get this far when you came together in high school? No, quite honestly, absolutely not. I don't think it's that that. Twenty five months. Like I said, not many bands make it this far. What do you what is the mad ketty secret to longevity? As over the years, touring a little bit less or touring smarter if possible. Try and trying to keep our tours down the like ten days. So try to do five wee tours. That helps. And and also the fact that, you know, we were friends before the band and we keep enough distance to where we kind of we still maintain our friendship. We have ups and downs, as every band and has, but overall, probably the reason why I were still here now. I read about obviously in high school you put out some demo tapes and it was a you probably had a bit of a following of fifty or sixty friends that followed your own and those guys still following you today. Yeah, most of them like do our stage and stuff like that. Soel our TSHIRT. So yeah, they're still around. Very good. Now you talk about touring smarter. Now you are here next month. It is an absolutely brutal schedule. You've got basically in Australia, thirteen shows in sixteen days and a huge amount of trouble. But if you throw New Zealand in there as well, it's sixteen shows in nineteen days. How is that going...

...to take the toll on? It's on your aging bodies. You talk to us after the tour, but you know, we heard Australia before and we know that there's flights and you know travel is a big part of it and that can be a little taxing. But it's been a while since we've been down there. We're really looking forward to it. Shows are going to be good, so it will be our longest tour of the year, I will say that, but we're excited about it. Yeah, it's, I think, the first time you've been becky since two thousand and thirteen. That's correct. Yeah, so can I ask why? Why is it taking so long to come back? It takes a lot to put on a tour down there and we put out two records since then, a cover album and the original album, and it's logistically difficult to get down there. We'd love to come more, but it worked out this time, in the time it was right and the shows are going to be good. So I don't know it happened. We're so well we stoked as well. We are very, very excited. This is kind of a weird thing to say, but you kind of an Australian type band. You got the fun, laidback attitude. Do you think you fit in with the Australian audiences? We've always felt that way. We've been in with the audiences. The crowds are always good and I think we get along with the oddsy people, as most people do. It's a fun place for us to go in, a fun group of people to hang out party with. I know you've had a bit of a fun relationship with friends ll Rom over the years. Yeah, that was just going to add that day that when we nearly get we do well in Australia's when we nearly get when we got a lot of friends the wrong yeah, this is soon as that happened we said I'm sure. I think Australia is going to be a fun time. Yeah, it's been great. What did they do to your tool bus in the end over in the states? Are but didn't they do then? They leave watching prawns and your tool Brussel something. I think that was less than jake or somebody else. They didn't do anything to us but we just got drunk every day on the work tour and we just got along really well and obviously, like the first time that we can to Australia. You know, we did a long, long, long tour of them all over. You know, that was that was a pretty intense tour and so it was a made easier by the fact that we enjoyed the guys in the band. So, you know, we all got along. Now it's very true. They are very fun loving group of people. I know know those guys a little bit and they just seemed to kind of they love playing live and they love that the aspect of touring. Yeah, totally. Obviously, since two thousand and thirting you, like you just mentioned, you've put two albums out, the dirty rice and the punk rock steady. What can we expect? What's new to the Australian audits, is it? Well, obviously two new albums and whole load of other stuff. But what new stuff can we expect from the live shows? Well, I mean, what would do? That mean? Two or three songs from the cover album, maybe too, and we're gonna do any new miss on? We might. Yeah, I mean we'll definitely be doing songs off of punk rock steady and dirty rice and every record that we've put out. But we do have new music coming out this summer and most likely a single will be dropped before we get down there, so the fans are likely to hear a currently unreleased song or two as well. Yeah, well, that's exciting because obviously I've heard about last year. You're planning to put out a series of EPS, but that's not quite made it to the end product yet. But it's good to know that you guys are already looking at new material. Yeah, we'll have an announced date relatively soon, but new music this summer for sure, very, very exciting. Is that going to be the series of EPS or are you just going to morph that into a new album? At this point we're not saying so much, but we will have an ep out this summer. Now, very good. Now, obviously two years since punk rocksteady came out. Obviously Fat Mike was heavily involved in that. I yet the feedback from the bends you actually covered on that album? Yes, some of them, I mean Green Day didn't call aft or anything, but you know, a lot of those bands are friends and overall pretty good response on o Sash anything to happen? Yeah, I mean I know the light wagon and seeing it might, I think so, and even Armstrong like the Operation Ivy Cover. So that was cool. Yeah, that's good to know it's was there any bad feedback, though? Does it you know? Obviously Green, I didn't even bother but it. was there any negative stuff coming come in your way? Actually, yeah, Glenn Danzig tried to see us over the mid misfits cover. Mm Yeah, I meaning ever came fruition, that records called us and said his lawyers had contacted them and we're requesting that we take it down off of spotify and all that type of stuff. Now, keep in mind you can cover any song you want, but he was saying it was so different that it wasn't a cover, that it was a original mad caddy song with playiarize lyrics him. So basically Aaron at fat records wanted us to take it down and fat Mike said no, fuck that, keep it up, so we did and nothing happened. Wow, I mean he plane's got a bit of a history of that type of behavior in the past, so I'm surprised you didn't push further. Yeah, from what we heard, that sound sounds like typical hymn. So, yeah, once you realize what he said to...

...gain, said fuck it. Well, we were ready. Press is good press, because the court we don't have any money. Yeah, we are hoping that he would. Would like this. Then Danzig is going to take the further. We would absolutely let it. What did I say? Yeah, you know, any, any news, is good news. But yeah, it would have put you up right in the shop window. They would have created a huge store. Would have been brilliantly up the trees every boundaries. I just want you to tell you about this list that I mistakes and regrets. At the top I get a look at the same in color cut. Did you get? Did you get what you come we play even try give me complete, because I know that people I said Jack Us. We will not be. We will not. WE ARE NOT gonna bad bloody. Why Not die nothing? I'm making some pipit on it with free kick Huckido Japan. That is called everything's gonna be fine. Fingers crossed, it will be before that. Just say nay. Out of Kent in England, brand new. You embarrassed me in front of Jamie Lenmon. I don't know what it means. Either Brand spanking you couple of weeks old. They've got an album coming out fairly soon, but I like it. I like it a lot. It's going to be good, the new album. So great stuff from just say nay, the make Ketti's interview there. Loved it, great...

...stuff, and then before that the Hammon's Los Angeles California. New Music for the first time in twenty years now. Talking about new music, I was a couple of days earlier with a show and I couldn't play this next trek, which is the brand new e from half pasted to it is called see you again. I got to thank Max from the band for making sure that I got this on the show but, like I said, we were embargoed for another day or so so I couldn't play it. I'm going to play it for you now. Stay tuned because after the break and after this tune it is the world famous cover section on the sky show, with beefy going to play some covers by bands that play music you wouldn't have thought you were going to hear on this little old radio show. It could be absolutely anything. I will pluck into me big bag of tricks and see what comes out. The other end, but please stay tuned for the second hour. Have some fun, take a breath, have a coffee, do what I'm going to do in the break. Anyway. This is the brand new e from half past two. It is God see you again. This was brand new last week. It's been such a long to see your face. I can remember the time, the place. It's been such a long tort your voice in the end we had it's been such long since you did that night. If that's wrong, it's been such long ter. See you try. I never wanted to see. 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. Well's that, rob. Listen to a great podcast called three hundred and sixty five days of sport. Right, it stares 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, whenever 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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