Who: Ska-punk quartet that dominated '90s radio and turned Gwen Stefani into a B-A-N-A-N-A-S pop star (and whose "Don't Speak" video reenacted their first SPIN cover shoot).
Hometown: The real O.C. -- Anaheim, CA
Why you should see them: It's been eight years since their last album, Rock Steady, and while the current SPIN cover stars aren't yet planning to record new material, their massive U.S. tour, which kicks off at Bamboozle, might be the catalyst for them to do so.
LISTEN: No Doubt, "Just a Girl"
BAMBOOZLE PREVIEW BY PETER GASTON
Vince Staples is hardly the ingratiating type. “Don’t shake my hands unless you passing payment,” instructs the redoubtable young’un on “C.M.B.,” a paean to ruthlessly mercenary, Randian capitalism. “Keep your salutation / I need my 40 acres.” This ice-grilling Left Coaster is more Mack 10 than Myka 9, a verbal marksman who refuses to placate… More »