The doldrums of January are an opportunity for a band to make a splash. The general lack of high profile releases leaves a gaping hole waiting to be filled by some hidden gem trying to burst onto the scene and with Trouble, Hospitality makes its case to be the critical darlings of 2014.
San Diego-based rock and reggae band Pepper will play for a full audience on Jan. 17 at SLO Brewing Co.
Allison Montroy email@example.com Andy Olson raises his drumsticks in the air and looks to his left. “One, two, three, four.” Nick Larson leans in and presses his fingers into the keys of his red instrument, kicking off the song with…
While the majority of freshman will spend their WOW week playing name games, surfing or kayaking, the Mustang Band WOWies are up at 7 a.m. for band camp, rehearsing for their first gig.
A mixture of Flight of the Concords-style humor, Creedence Clearwater Revival’s bluesy guitar/folk-feel and a Beastie Boys blend of rock and rap, the band creates a new genre with their music.
Whenever they weren’t playing their instruments, the pep band members were cheering their lungs out for the women on the volleyball court.
Port O’Brien’s new album “Threadbare” works better as a full album and captures the experience of growth and change.