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Bad Time kicks off new 7-inch series with LTJ/Kill Lincoln

Posted by Loren on June 13, 2021

Bad Time kicks off new 7-inch series with LTJ/Kill Lincoln
photo by Loren Green

Bad Time Records is celebrating the current ska resurgence with a new series of split 7" releases that pair  third wave ska bands and newcomers. Called Wavebreaker, #1 in the series is a split between Less Than Jake and Kill Lincoln.

The first in the series releases on June 25 and features the new  "Need Some Shaking" Less Than Jake a-side and "Going Under" b-side by Kill Lincoln.

Pictured: Less Than Jake live at The Fest 18

Bad Time kicks off new 7-inch series with LTJ/Kill Lincoln
photo by Loren Green

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