Internet Exploring

This Person Is Determined to Make a Ska Version of Every Song, Ever

We sat down with Skatune Network to talk their (dare we say brave?) quest, being black in a predominantly white scene, and the future of ska.
John Ochoa
Open Submission Wednesdays

We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us, Volume 20

Lots of ska and Disney vore submissions. But also dogs. So, take the good with the bad.
Noisey Staff
Remembering Things

None of You Motherfuckers Wrote About the 20th Anniversary of Catch-22’s ‘Keasbey Nights’ so I Guess I’ll Do It

Seriously, no one is gonna commemorate this album turning 20? Ugh, fine, I'll do it.
Dan Ozzi
Internet Exploring

Only Cowards Will Roast the Planet's First Great All-Ska Festival Lineup

Back to the Beach has Sublime, 311, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and Fishbone's original lineup. Get in losers, we're going skanking.
Phil Witmer
Remembering Things

A Look Back at the Chinkees, the Ska Band that Reclaimed Asian Identity

Asian Man Records founder Mike Park skanked against ugly stereotypes and put Asians on the forefront of American rock.
Christine Ro

The Guide to Getting into Bob Marley

We’re going to go beyond the posters, beyond the weed smoke, beyond 'Legend.'
needles and pins

Boots and Braces Don't Make You a Racist

What it's like to be a skinhead in 2017 – an exclusive clip from 'Needles & Pins', which premieres on VICELAND tonight.
Objectively Correct Lists

Happy Valentine's Day: Here are The Sexiest Ska Punk Songs

Roses are red, Ska Punk is money, or something like that, whatever 420
Devin Pacholik
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

You Can Now Experience the Story of Jeff Rosenstock and Bomb the Music Industry! in Filmic Grandeur

The feature-length doc is available to view on whatever screen you want.
Noisey Staff
Internet Exploring

Someone Made an Awful Ska Version of Neutral Milk Hotel's 'In the Aeroplane Over the Sea' That Is "Good"

We're so skorry.
Dan Ozzi
Objectively Correct Lists

Spice Girls’ “Wannabe” Turns 20 Today so Here Are 20 of the Most Ridiculous Covers We Could Find

Here's that emotional metal cover you never knew you didn't want at all.
Noisey Staff
Scene Reports

After Two Decades, LA's Latino Ska Scene Is Still DIY as Hell

Born in the early 90s, the local ska scene of inner-city LA has evolved from its origins in grassroots backyard gigs into a cultural youth movement still alive and skanking today.
John Ochoa