From 1993 until their first official split in March 1999, the members of Boss 302 were purveyors of a loose and freewheeling garage punk with soulful vocals. Many who saw them thought they were a sloppy band of hooligans doing their best to take after their heroes, the Fluid. But like that band, Boss 302 never strictly fit into the punk scene because its music colored outside the sonic boundaries of the genre with a humor and sartorial flair refreshingly not in step with the hardcore and pop punk that ruled the day. We spoke with the band about its history and upcoming dual reunion... More >>>