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Interview With RBX

March 30, 2015 11:07 am Published by Comments Off on Interview With RBX

“Deep, deep like the mind of Minolta, now picture this…”, the words echo over and over like a haunting voice from a dream and stick around in your head until they are permanently engrained. Long Beach rapper RBX certainly rose…

Street Musicians of Long Beach – HECTOR ORTIZ

September 3, 2014 5:18 pm Published by Comments Off on Street Musicians of Long Beach – HECTOR ORTIZ

On a somewhat cool night about a week ago, my family and I took a stroll along Second Street to acquire some desserts when we passed by a pleasant looking man outside of what will soon be the Neighborhood Bar…

Concert Preview- VI∙ZA at the Gaslamp, Sept. 11

August 19, 2014 8:38 pm Published by Comments Off on Concert Preview- VI∙ZA at the Gaslamp, Sept. 11

VI∙ZA is an amazing rock band based out of Los Angeles, CA, with a huge fan base from Europe. Their music has influences from the Armenian culture and is truly like no other. Besides the normal rock instruments,  VI∙ZA has…

Interview With Dengue Fever

May 29, 2014 8:59 am Published by Comments Off on Interview With Dengue Fever

Dengue Fever is an internationally celebrated band with strong Long Beach roots. With an eclectic sound that is comprised of Cambodian surf-garage, American psychedelic, and exotic female vocals, the band has four critically acclaimed albums under their belt. They currently…

Interview With Masks We Made

May 10, 2014 10:05 am Published by Comments Off on Interview With Masks We Made

We recently had the great pleasure of interviewing the Long Beach band Masks We Made. The duo features the vocals and lyrics of Andrea Sepulveda and the guitar and bass of Nando. The DIY band released a 3 song…

The American Daisycutters Make The Long Beach Music Scene EXPLODE

March 13, 2014 1:05 am Published by Comments Off on The American Daisycutters Make The Long Beach Music Scene EXPLODE

Often times there are music sub-genres that go smoldering along the edge of the massive fire that is a music scene and although they can be seemingly innocuous, they also have the ability to make music blow-up in ways that…