For several years the Sublime cover band Badfish had cornered the market on reinterpretations of the late Bradley Nowell's So-Cal ska bro-down. But their market share has to be in jeopardy now that Nowell's old bandmates are touring around playing Sublime songs with superfan Rome Ramirez in a configuration that may be even stranger than The Doors touring without Jim Morrison.

For several years the Sublime cover band Badfish had cornered the market on reinterpretations of the late Bradley Nowell's So-Cal ska bro-down. But their market share has to be in jeopardy now that Nowell's old bandmates are touring around playing Sublime songs with superfan Rome Ramirez in a configuration that may be even stranger than The Doors touring without Jim Morrison.

This week the newfangled unit released its first album of post-Nowell jams, "Yours Truly." Judging from lead single "Panic," it's a pretty remarkable impression of the good old days.

To add to the 1996 feel of Sunday's LC show, 311 will headline.