Rock 'n' roll history is replete with a roster of infamous masked bands, from The Residents and Gwar to Pussy Riot and Daft Punk. Add the surf-rockabilly-garage dynamos Los Straightjackets – their faces obscured by Lucha Libre masks – to that number. Formed in Nashville in 1988 and influenced by the likes of Duane Eddy, The Ventures, and Dick Dale, the group later moved to Los Angeles and rechristened themselves Los Straightjackets with a slightly new lineup. Over the course of more than 20 albums, "they have blazed a path through lyric-free music, dipping into primal surf, sparkling '60s pop, spaghetti Western, spy themes, Latin twang and more, creating a sound that's earned them the title of the 'World's Number One Instrumental Combo,'" the L.A. Weekly exclaimed. And don't miss their Yep Roc collaboration with longtime Ponderosa Stomp bandleader Deke Dickerson, titled "Los Straightjackets: Deke Dickerson Sings the Instrumental Hits." At the 2015 Ponderosa Stomp, Los Straightjackets will be teaming up with another frequent collaborator, the legendary Freddy "Boom Boom" Cannon!