“We want to be a place for people on the Central Coast to go to for local music,” business administration senior and co-founder of SubSessions Wes Berger said. “The goal is not to make money, but [to] continue to act as a platform for local artists to grow.”
The fourteen-member group has again proven that they are a creative powerhouse with a fifteen-track album blending rap, R&B and pop.
When KCPR founder Alan Holmes decided he wanted to start a radio station, he searched all over campus with fellow student Jim Stueck for empty rooms to give it a home base. Their efforts fell short — no department would…
Meet the characters of San Luis Obispo’s Shabang XI Music Festival on the premiere of Good News with Rachel Showalter.
Expect more music genres, larger structures, and increased ticket prices at the bi-annual local music and arts festival on Saturday.
“I don’t know what else to call it,” Bayhan said. “So I decided to come up with my own label for it”
The festival had not yet been permitted, but that was not the only factor involved in its cancellation.
At 2 a.m. on Nov. 3 in Biddle Regional Park, SubSessions’ newest “Nightlife Savings” music festival will not close up shop. Instead, the music and dancing will continue for another full hour before the permit reaches its curfew. The reasoning?…
Icona Pop sat down with Mustang News and talked about San Luis Obispo’s charm and their future as a duo.