Things are happening fast for Old Skull, the punk-rock trio featuring eight-year-old singer-songwriter-guitarist J.P. Toulon, six-year-old keyboard virtuoso Jamie Toulon and eight-year-old drummer Jesse Collins-Davies. Writer John Donnelly reports that since the band's formation a few months back, it has performed several opening sets at O'Cayz Corral, "picked up a sizable local following, and received a phone call from New York band Sonic Youth, which requested that Old Skull be added to their October show in Madison." Novelty aside, Donnelly writes, Old Skull's music is "a ferocious rock 'n' roll cacophony." Collins-Davies leaves the band after it releases its 1989 debut album, Get Outta School, on Restless Records. Old Skull recruits a new drummer but later breaks up. The Toulon brothers would re-establish the band with new musicians, releasing a second album, C.I.A. Drug Fest, in 1992. J.P. later moves to New York City and becomes a guitarist in such punk bands as Apox and Planned Collapse; Jamie would go on to perform with the Milwaukee band Doomsday Cauldron; and Jesse establishes himself as a prominent DJ in Madison's club scene.