It’s all too easy to turn one’s nose up at ska punk, but Mustard Plug is a band that has endured for sixteen years for a reason. As annoying as the fad-driven subgenre of ska core can be, some of the its spawn is impossible to resist. In Black and White is as catchy as the band’s early, now classic, material. Fans of Mustard Plug won’t want to miss it, and anyone willing to give it a chance will likely find themselves skanking like a fool.
–Art Ettinger (Hopeless)