O.A.R. Puts Out “Badfish” Cover in Collaboration with The Nowell Family Foundation and LAW Records

If you are a D.C. music fan, you’ve probably heard of O.A.R. by this point. O.A.R. is a band made up of four Maryland natives, and one Ohioan. They have dropped a number of albums where their fans have followed them into the next decade, and they have been continuing their success through the years.

They have recently released a track in collaboration with LAW Records, and The Nowell Family Foundation. The track is called a Sublime cover of “Badfish” but it is a part of an amazing project called The House That Bradley Built. The new compilation features never-before-released acoustic covers from the catalogue of Bradley Nowell’s band, Sublime, performed by 20+ bands. Profits from the record will go to The Nowell Family Foundation to build Bradley’s House, a rehab center in Southern California named after the late Sublime frontman Bradley James Nowell.

Ya Minko Presses the “Reset” Button

More to Watch Hip-Hop/Rap artist Ya Minko‘s brand new song “Reset” explores the reasons for the on-going protests against systemic oppression/racism, and the political gaslighting that came with it. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on google More to explore Recent Articles by The Alchemist In his brand new release, “Reset”, […]