Editor’s note: This article first appeared on KCPR.org, the website of Cal Poly’s radio station. Combine the Central Coast surf scene with catchy beats and energized lyrics and you have the San Luis Obispo-centered surf rock band, The Sandspits. Cal Poly engineering students, bassist Abby Neal, singer Lucas Erickson, guitarist Nilav Maulik and Los Angeles […]
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Próxima Parada gives soul-folk beat to UU hour
Próxima Parada made a stop at Cal Poly’s UU hour leaving high spirits and happy ears.
PHOTOS: Louder Space takes the steps during UU hour
UU hour received a treat for the ears with Louder Space’s performance today.
Local band Night Riots to end tour at SLO Brew
Local rock band Night Riots spent the past month circling the nation and will return home to play SLO Brewing Co. on Feb. 21.
Next stop: Próxima Parada looks onward with Indiegogo
Local folk/soul band Próxima Parada is taking the next step in its musical journey by launching an Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign on Feb. 7 to raise money for its next album.
Louder Space: Louder than ever, two years later
Louder Space — an alternative-rock band created by four Cal Poly students — is about to celebrate its second birthday. In honor of its two-year anniversary, the band is headlining an all-ages concert at SLO Brewing Co. on Oct. 5 — exactly two years after the band’s formation.
Soundtracking summer: Local indie-pop band Fialta set to release album
Beams of sunlight pour through Kreuzberg, CA as the day escapes into the evening. Guests trickle in and out of the muraled café, with the majority of customers ordering cold beverages to counter the day’s lingering heat. Students and locals fill the worn, velvet and wooden chairs, sipping Italian soda between bites of dishes named after literary figures.
History’s end: Local folk band plays last show
Local folk-alternative band History of Painters played its last show as a band this past Friday night at Kreuzberg, CA.
Painting a history: two local folkies’ rise to prominence
The walls of the musty record store’s back room are a hodgepodge timeline, adorned with 12-inch album covers and moments of musical history frozen on posters. Spectators — roughly 6 years old to middle-aged — flood in and gather in front of the stage, ready for Josh Cody and Justin Hooper to perform.