Pure Noise Records and Pabst Blue Ribbon have a new upcoming covers compilation called Dead Formats: Volume 1, which features Pure Noise bands covering a variety of classics from all across the punk spectrum. Today, two covers of '90s ska songs were released: Drug Church doing The Mighty Mighty Bosstones' "Someday I Suppose" and Microwave doing Sublime's "Santeria." Drug Church do a faithful take on the Bosstones classic, and Patrick Kindlon's raspy shout-singing is perfect for the song, while Microwave turn "Santeria" into vibey, chilled-out slacker rock. Check out both below.
Previously released covers include LURK's take on The White Stripes' "Fell In Love With A Girl," Four Year Strong's take on Green Day's "Brain Stew/Jaded," Hawthorne Heights' take on Eve 6's "Inside Out," and Seaway's take on Descendents' "I'm The One." Full tracklist below. The comp comes out August 29 via Pure Noise.