“Hellbent on restoring righteous indignation to rock and roll." –The New Yorker
On the heels of their Todos Somos Ilegales, New York City’s Outernational is releasing Future Rock, a hard hitting guitar-driven EP produced by Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine, The Nightwatchman). “There’s part New York City rock & roll band in them, and then there’s the myriad of world music influences that drives these songs,” said Morello in Rolling Stone’s feature on Outernational’s We Are All Illegals music video, filmed along the US-Mexico border and including cameos from 100 fans, Tom Morello, Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and Residente Calle 13. Future Rock promises a new set of blistering rock and roll anthems, filled with defiant lyrics, trumpet battle cries and infectious rhythms.
“Brilliant, aggressive, bottom-heavy hybrid.” –Chicago Tribune
"Bouncy, bi-lingual, and cinematic." –WNYC's "Soundcheck"
The Skins are an infectious Brooklyn-based rock band consisting of siblings Bayli, Reef and Kaya Mckeithan, along with friends and dueling guitarists Daisy Spencer and Russell Chell. Although they range in ages from 13-19, The Skins play like old pros, offering a soulful interpretation of rock that today's audiences crave and proving that age doesn't matter. As one reviewer puts it, “The SKINS are so amazingly bad ass, everything they do sounds the way you want a hard rock album to sound. It is intimidating, mysterious, sensual and mostly just a glorious expression of the art.” –SYFFAL.com