Have you ever wondered what the back of your knee is called? Has the fact that someone had to walk on the grass to put the "Do Not Walk on the Grass" sign in the grass kept you up late at night? Zac Bocking and his fabled crew of Dank Spankers have strived to bring these and many more questions through the whimsical powers of Ska.
The Dank Spankers have a unique sound, appealing to the younger generations. Although simplicity is the key within the writing styles of the Dank Spankers, their music steers clear of modern over-produced styles of writing - used often within large record companies - and provides a more musically, in-depth meaning within the song structure. Ultimately bringing to life a level of regae/ska fusion.
Nevertheless, if you wish to be enlightened, educated, musically entertained and earn free merchandise, whilst dancing to the dankest drops the Northern Rivers has encountered since Qantas Airlines went down, then you want to get you and the back of your knee, also known as the popliteal fossa, down to your nearest Dank Spankers gig and dance like people aren't poking fun at your spider monkey like style of dancing.