Righteous Pessimism in Bumsy and the Moocher’s “Diet Violence”

Pre-order here Review by: Mister Substitute Righteous pessimism. Read that again. Cynicism that is just, scrupulous criticism on something long overdue for a calling out. Everyone, I present to you Bumsy and the Moochers' "Diet Violence" Hailing from Chicago, Bumsy and the Moochers are grade A, certified ska-punk: upstrokes and horns meets face-melting guitar shredding … Continue reading Righteous Pessimism in Bumsy and the Moocher’s “Diet Violence”

In The Aisle with Mustard Plug

Mustard and Mr. Substitute had the pleasure of speaking with Jim Hofer, trombone player of Mustard Plug, Together we discussed their deep cuts, favorite places to play, being interviewed by a condiment, and so much more! Check it out below! Hello! Mustard is grateful to have you join them. How is everyone? We’re doing well. … Continue reading In The Aisle with Mustard Plug

Prepare Yourself For The Skapocalypse With Deadbeat At Dawn

Mustard had the pleasure of speaking with Deadbeat At Dawn about their Skapocalyptic sound, their latest EP Dyscopia, and so much more! Check out the interview below! 1. Hello! Mustard would like to thank you for being here. How is everyone?  Yes! All's good with us thanks. Been enjoying a weekend of punk rock bands … Continue reading Prepare Yourself For The Skapocalypse With Deadbeat At Dawn

Album Review: Hans Gruber and The Die Hards “With a Vengeance”

Hans Gruber and The Die Hards, of Austin Texas, just released their latest record "With a Vengeance" on Ska Punk International. You can find this album on all streaming services. Mustard had the pleasure of being able to experience this album early. Other condiments sat on the shelf with Mustard, such as Mayonnaise, became annoyed … Continue reading Album Review: Hans Gruber and The Die Hards “With a Vengeance”

In Study Hall With Flip and The Combined Effort

1. Could you share how Flip and The Combined Effort came together?  I’d love to! I had played in a ska band in high school but once college rolled around, me and my band mates went our separate ways. Once I graduated and got a job, I found this crazy thing called “free time” and … Continue reading In Study Hall With Flip and The Combined Effort