May 13, 2022
No, The Supertones weren’t the first Christian ska band. The Israelites’ first album pre-dated them by a year. But in the UK, Rev Counta and the Speedoze* (another incarnation of Ishmael United) had released a full-length as early as 1980! And perhaps some Jamaican bands that didn’t fit into the CCM/CBA mold had been active earlier than that, it’s hard to say. However, the Supertones were the first Christian ska band to release an album on a nationally-distributed label, releasing The Adventures of the O.C. Supertones just a few months before Five Iron Frenzy dropped Upbeats and Beatdowns.… Continued →
June 3, 2019
Tragically the Morginsky family (Matt Morginsky of OC Supertones) has lost their home and all belongings due to a fire. They have lost everything in their Denver, Colorado home. A complete loss. The family is all safe but their belongings are all gone. This is a call to arms to rise up and support this family in need. There is a GoFundMe page that has launched to help them through this difficult situation and you can click here to support. When the frontman of one of your favorite bands puts out a call for help, you drop what you’re doing and send out a notice to the world.… Continued →
December 5, 2013
In this edition of "In the Silence of the Mind" we take a look at some songs that are completely passionate "Love Songs to God."
October 26, 2012
October 13, 2012
November 1, 2011
During their Vans Warped Tour stop in Toronto this summer, we had the opportunity to sit down with Ethan Luck (drums) from Relient K.
May 18, 2010
Skankin' to the beat, we're The Supertones, skankin' to the beat.........The O.C. Supertones are back with a new greatest hits set, read my review here.