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Mutiny Members Discuss the New Ska Supergroup: Podcast

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On this week’s episode of In Defense of Ska, members of ska supergroup Mutiny — Efrem Schulz (Death by Stereo, Voodoo Glow Skulls), Chris Ruckus (Dissidente), and Mike Cambra (Death by Stereo, Adolescents) — discuss the project and its connection to their other bands. Listen above or wherever you get your podcasts.

Let’s get one thing straight — ska needs more supergroups. Aside from Rude Girl Revue and Kilograms, they’re surprisingly hard to come by. Luckily, Mutiny is here to remedy that! The seven-piece band is made up of members of Death by Stereo, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Dissidente, Manic Hispanic, and Adolescents, and their songs feature guests from even more bands.

The group released their debut, self-titled EP on SPI Records in February, despite having yet to all be in the same room at the same time. But we got three of the members together on In Defense of Ska to talk about the project and its connection with all the other related bands.

In addition to filling listeners in on all there is to know about Mutiny and their upcoming plans for the Supernova International Ska Festival, Schulz, Ruckus, and Cambra explore various aspects of their other projects’ current states. Schulz offers a correction of his bandmate and former guest Ian Fowles on the history of Death by Stereo and teases Manic Hispanic’s new ska songs (parodies of The Specials’ “A Message to You Rudy” and Rancid’s “Time Bomb”).

Listen to Mutiny talk together about the project on the latest episode of In Defense of Ska above, and make sure to like, review, and follow the series wherever you get your podcast. Fans can also get early and ad-free episodes by joining the IDOS Patreon, and don’t forget to check out all the Consequence Podcast Network series.

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