Tonight we finally get around to showcasing some of the best ska albums of 2022! You’ll find an assortment of debut albums, followups, neo-traditional, ska-punk, pop-driven and everything in between. It’s been a great year for ska indeed!
Take a listen, and if you like what you hear, check out the full albums listed in parenthesis next to each song!
The Bruce Lee Band – Did You Find the Money Farm (One Step Forward, Two Steps Back)
Chainska Brassika – New Cross Stomp (Tales of a Londoner)
The Slackers – Hanging On (Don’t Let the Sunshine Fool Ya)
David Hillyard and the Rocksteady Seven – Was I Made for These Times (Plague Doctor)
The Frightnrs – Tuesday (Always)
Stop the Presses – Terminator (Got It)
The Fuss – Call My Name (In Person)
The Step Daughters – Rude (The Right Sound)
The Bakesys – Atomic Invasion (Sentences I’d Like To Hear the End of)
Buster Shuffle – Go Steady (Go Steady)
Don Cosmic – Himalaya (Hula Hoop)
The Valkyrians – The Monster (Monsterpiece)
Smoke & Mirrors Sound System – Mad World (Undercover)
The Rough Kutz – Tommy Ten Men (Strictly Anti-Cabaret)
The Busters – Falling (Love Bombs)
The Dance Crashers – Unity (Rawtown)
Westbound Train – Gutter (Dedication)
Joker’s Republic – Necessary Evil (Necessary Evil)
Dunia & Aram – It’s Never Easy (Bedfellows)
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