Radkey’s reference points come from a different subdivision of music history, and they wear them as Isaiah might wear a patch safety-pinned to his denim jacket: without apology or second thought. Their debut album, Dark Black Makeup, is a 13-track clinic in why the leanest, meanest punk rock always seems to come from kids who aren’t old enough to play half the venues in town. Radkey is three home-schooled brothers from St. Joseph, Missouri: Isaiah, Solomon, and Dee Radke, who formed their family-titled band in 2010. The band played their first show in 2011, opening for Fishbone. They have since performed at festivals like SXSW, Riot Fest, Afropunk, the U.K.’s Download Festival, and Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and have released two EPs since they burst onto the scene. Luckily for us, they have no plans of slowing down for anyone.