A CEO teaches his employees that violence is the answer in Jeff Rosenstock's video for "Melba."
Jeff Rosenstock is an American musician and songwriter from Long Island. He was the lead singer of the ska punk band The Arrogant Sons of Bitches, the musical collective Bomb the Music Industry! and the indie rock band Kudrow. After the breakup of Bomb the Music Industry!, he began a solo career.
Rosenstock began his solo career in 2012 by releasing his debut solo "mixtape" I Look Like Shit two months after Bomb the Music Industry! had announced their intention to breakup. This was followed by the Summer Seven Club project in 2013, which granted purchasers of Rosenstock's 7" single "Summer" exclusive access to new songs periodically released over the following months. All the songs from Summer Seven Club were later collected and made available as the Summer + compilation album. Rosenstock's first studio album as a solo artist, 'We Cool?', was released in 2015. His second solo album, entitled Worry, was released on October 14, 2016. On New Year's Day 2018, Rosenstock's third studio album POST- with 10 tracks was released in January 2018.
Rosenstock has performed with many other ska and punk rock bands, including Mustard Plug, The Bruce Lee Band, and AJJ. He has also performed with his Bomb the Music Industry! band-mates Laura Stevenson and Lee Hartney.
Rosenstock also founded the independent record label Quote Unquote Records, which puts out all of its records for free (in keeping with Rosenstock's long time DIY ideology.) More recently he launched Really Records which has released vinyl for The Sidekicks, Hard Girls, Archipelago, Shinobu and many of Jeff's projects.
He has also worked as a producer for other artists such as Mikey Erg, The Smith Street Band, Laura Stevenson, and Dan Andriano. He is also a member of Antarctigo Vespucci, a collaborative project between himself and Fake Problems front man Chris Farren.
Rosenstock will be composing the music for the upcoming Cartoon Network series Craig of the Creek.