Ska Blah Blah: Small Talk Episode 03 – Babylon Party Machine

This episode, Matt Wixson- former keyboardist to the Flaming Tsunamis. He’s the one and only member of Babylon Party Machine, an electro-Ska experiment who (last year) released two albums online. For free. At once, Wixson’s music can seem contradictory and more than a little controversial, but then all forward thinking music is.

Link to Babylon Party Machine MySpace

Link to Matt Wixson’s MySpace

Link to Free Copy of The Back of My Hand EP

Link to Free Copy of God Hates Babylon Party Machine

Link to Free Copy of Matt Wixson’s solo album, Best Intentions

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4 Comments

  1. length Says:

    “Best Intentions” is a good introduction to his music. This particular work ahs some great instrumentals and typical Wixson fare.

    good ups!

  2. Steve Says:

    I’m not sure Punk-ska is going away any time soon. I’m a bit confused as to why traditional ska fans dislike punk ska. I liked (didn’t love) Bid D’s last album, and don’t see them going away.

  3. Ska Blah Blah » Ska vs Ska-Punk; The Debate Continues Says:

    [...] my most recent episode with Babylon Party Machine’s Matt Wixson, he said that Ska-Punk was “loosing [...]

  4. Gabe Says:

    Tomatoes/Tomotoes

    With any genre/style whatever you call it…some music sucks, some is better.
    As long as music is played well, and does not suck…good, I’m all for it.



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