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.
There's Something About The Marías
The bilingual Los Angeles psych-soul quintet blurs the lines between decades, genres, and cultures on their newly released 'Superclean, Vol. II' EP. Their new music video for "Over the Moon" continues the streak.
Johnny Marr Is On Another Planet and Wants Us to Join Him
On his new album 'Call the Comet,' the ex-Smiths guitarist finds defiance and offers solace in escapism as the world crumbles before our eyes.
Inside the Surreal, Twisted Psyche of Cholo Goth Leafar Seyer
The Prayers frontman walks us through the inner spirits behind his first solo LA art show, 'The Pain Isn’t Over.'
Nick Murphy Was Always More Than Chet Faker
In his first US interview since his rebirth as Nick Murphy, the Australian singer-songwriter discusses his creative metamorphosis and his future days. Plus, he premieres his new single "Medication."
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.