Just got back from the London International ska festival, had a great time seeing Keith & Tex and Rudy Mills old rocksteady/reggae acts from Jamaica. Then the following day the 30 years of "Do the Dog" fanzine show. Cartoon violence dropped out because of illness, but the rest of the line-up were great. It was a little easier to breath then the show the night before. Which was ram-packed. Also as a bonus I caught up with friends from Marseille....
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The radio station will be off air Monday 11th March 2019, back online tuesday 12th of march.
I can sense a new ska wave is just around the corner, new bands popping up all around the world. It shows how enduring this genre of music is! Check out "Death of Guitar Pop" And "The Melbourne Ska orchastra" For examples of this latest trend
It seems like christmas comes earlier every year. The TV adverts start in November and there are some cringe worthy releases.
Have added a page about the marriage of punk and reggae music. It contains links to songs that illustrate this.
England belongs to me to be re-issued in English and German limited run of 500 copies for each language. Also the 2nd novel Pressure Drop to be printed and the third that I am working on - Borstal Breakout - Happy days!