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Anarcho-ska?

Discussion in 'Music, punk scene & subcultures' started by Raise Your Fist, Aug 10, 2010.

  1. Raise Your Fist

    Raise Your FistExperienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    Does anybody know any anarcho-ska bands?
    Or anarcho-skinhead bands? Links would be awesome, but im sure i can find the bands either way.
     

  2. Shuei

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    The danish band Skalar might be, at least i know they are very political, and many of their songs have lyrics that could be anarchist (at least they are against the current system, and supporters of the anarchistic youth house).
    They sing in danish though, and same with Skatol and Larica, which is two bands in the same genre with a lot of lyrics focused around corrupt politicians, police brutality and such.

    Here's a Skalar song, and if you look in the description of the song, there's a english translation: (It's about denying authority)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA396in_EqA

    http://www.myspace.com/tekniskuheld - you can listen to the one called "barn af krydsilden" (meaning "child of the crossfire") too here, it's a really good one.

    Sorry i can't recommend any international ones, but i don't know much about the english speaking ska bands.
     
  3. snookams

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    against all authority's first album destroy what destroys you could probably be considered anarcho-ska

    choking victim has alot of anarcho elements. check out their albums squatter's paradise and no gods, no managers

    leftover crack is essentially choking vicitim, they have the albums mediocre generica, fuck world trade and a split with citizen fish called deadline with some good stuff

    citizen fish would be considered anarcho ska, just not as blunt as most anarcho in my opinion. they have a ton of stuff all on this site

    no cash has the album run your pockets which is one of my favorites in the anarcho-ska genre

    you should also check out the uptones ....that's where operation ivy pulled alot of their influences from

    you can find all this stuff on youtube i'm sure

    these are all the best examples of what could be considered anarcho ska that i can think of. i'm not sure about any skinhead anarcho ska....
     
  4. Anxiety69

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    FFS i know there is already a thread on this topic...
     
  5. ungovernable

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    snookams made a very good list

    like i said in PM there is also Ya Basta, a french ska anarchist band. You can find their albums on the french downloads section or on www.pirate-punk.net

    As for the skinhead bands, The Oppressed is leftish and antifascist but not really anarchist... in the french skinhead scene, there are a lot of anarchist bands.... Brigada flores magon, brixton cats, bolchoi, hors controle, les partisans, ya basta, 22 long riffs, etc...

    from quebec we have Jeunesse Apatride, Esclaves Salariés, Buddha Bulldozer, Hold a grudge, Street Troopers, impact, la gachette ... from ontario The Rookers, Class assassin, class riot,

    There's also a couple of good anarcho-skinhead bands in spanish, like Non Servium, Kaaos Urbano and the likes
    From russia there is Razor Bois

    there's a lot of anarcho-skinhead bands.... too long to list them all :p
     
  6. rude-boy

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    mouth sewn shut? dont know if they are anarco but they are doin their thing.

    god im really not down foor hold a grudge. band i find is boring and i never really had fun at their shows. but im not a big fan of the skinhead scean much....
     
  7. pezPwnage

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    no cops for miles is a punk ska/riot folk band thats pretty good you should definately check them out and download their first ep's. i think there are links on their myspace. you can download their shit through theeeeeeer myspace page http://www.myspace.com/nocopsformiles :p
     
  8. KAAOS-82

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    you mentioned anarcho-skinhead bands? would that mean anarchist Oi bands? Stage Bottles from Germany have horns in the band, although I've always associated them more with rock&roll style.
     
  9. Raise Your Fist

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    Thanks a whole bunch man! theyre good!
    And to everyone else, im looking at the rest that were mentioned
    right now.
     
  10. Apples

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    A lot of bands that fit into the "Crack Rock Steady" genre, which is more so a subgenre of skacore, might fit your fancy. If you like Choking Victim, Leftover Crack, No-Cash, and No Cops for Miles check out the bands in this list (I'll give you a few myspace links).

    Alleyway Sex ( www.myspace.com/alleywaysex )
    Antimaniax ( www.myspace.com/antimaniax )
    Ass Federation ( http://www.myspace.com/assfederation )
    Atrocity Solution ( www.myspace.com/atrocitysolution666 )
    B-Squad
    Beng Beng Cocktail
    Beyond Decay
    Broken Culture
    Canon Law
    Cap a Capo
    Cerephesis
    Coporation
    Daily Lies
    Dancehall Satan
    Dead End Job (all their music can be downloaded for free on last.fm)
    The Disadvantaged
    The Dumpers
    Evil Empire
    Ghetto Blaster
    Grannie's Panties
    INDK
    The Intifada
    Mad Security Company
    Misspent Youth
    Molotov Compromise
    Morning Glory
    Murder Media
    My Own Religion
    NIght Gaunts
    No Commercial Value
    The No Service Project
    O.F.C
    Offbeat Heroes
    Posero
    The Poseurs
    Prophet Margin
    Public Serpents
    The Shake-Up!
    The Something Somethings
    Star Fucking Hipsters
    The Stupid Stupid Henchmen
    Team Spider
    Thee Infidels
    Union Jack
    Vanzetti Crime
    5 Finger Discount

    There are also a couple free compilations containing many of these bands (1 or 2 might not be free, but are easily found for download). Not gonna look up the links (sorry) but they are titled:

    Global Unity Musik
    Fuck Yourself World Wide Vol 1
    Gathering - A Collection of Ska/Punk
    Organic! Plant A Tree Records Compilation Volume 1
    Silence Equals Crisis
     
  11. ungovernable

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    Hold a Grudge are awesome !!! Their cover of The Prowlers song is so good !!

    and the band members are cool guys..
     
  12. Shuei

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    Apples:
    Thank you!
    Just downloaded Dead End Job, and it's actually pretty good. I'll check out a couple more.
     
  13. Ivanovich

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    Lot of ska in Inner Terrestrials.
     
  14. pezPwnage

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    evil empire which was mentioned by apples is a band you should definately check out if your looking for a classic ska band mixed with hardcore its great :p
     
  15. Apples

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    Glad you like it.

    Dead End Job is one of my favorites in the "CRS" genre. Sucks they broke up. Night Gaunts and Dole Day Rage are the two bands that spawned from Dead End Job. Had a nice chat with the bassist of Dead End Job/ Night Gaunts. He's a really nice guy.

    A lot of the "CRS" bands are all about DIY and giving out their music for free, so finding their music for download shouldn't be all that hard.
     
  16. rude-boy

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    that a nice list you got there apples. im really down for canon law, beng beng and disadvanteged. really they are all good bands. i am freinds with the members of a few of those bands. ghetto blaster,corperation and i pretty much live at the singer of broken culturs house. how did you hear of these bands? one band your missing is charlotte swallows(crack "whore" squad) ya they get pissed every time i add the whore part hahaha but they are all cool guys. corperation is playing their last show ever this week end unfortunitly. they were chill guys to party with once i convinsed their singer i was not a nazi

    check out my buddys band. they are called broken culture.
     
  17. Apples

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    I heard of a lot of these bands through various compilations. Ghetto Blaster is one of my favorite bands right now. I know about broken culture and charlotte swallows but I don't have any music from em so they missed my list. Canada has a lot of really good bands.
     
  18. rude-boy

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    broken culture has an ep out and another that should be out but the company they got to press their cds fucked up on 500 cds so they got to redo them all. they were pissed off pretty bad. charlotte swallows has an ep your can download free i think on their myspace.
     
  19. Shuei

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    Apples:
    Sounds cool :) I'll check out some more of the bands you mentioned whenever i find the time, thanks!
     
  20. j3zrahhh

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    prophet margin are sweet crack rock/riot ska/shit, signed to the same label as us. plus i have had far too many drunken conversations with philthy about...shit all so i owe them promotion. haha. check em out http://www.myspace.com/prophetlicker. last time we played with em, i had a major concussion...and philthy stood on an esky while he played government man. shenanigans. also these guys http://www.myspace.com/babylon420 not really "anarcho" but ska punk none the less. rad dudes. peace love and ganj
     
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