Omar Gonzalez speeds down the highway in a burgundy minivan to a gig at the Marlin Hotel. "I hope this promoter doesn't make a big deal about being late," says the Oski Foundation frontman as he switches lanes. Heavyset and five foot eleven, the man known as Oski is calm and facetious, as he tends to be, while his stepdaughter struggles to paint her toenails in the front seat. As the seventeen-year-old sings along to the radio, Oski lead guitarist Dave "D Nasty" Lagnado, an Italian American in a baseball cap, observes from the passenger seat: "[We] don't sound like anything that... More >>>