A month of the WEIRDEST weather I’ve ever experienced (Australia what’s up), bad decisions, not enough sleep, and more than enough corn chips. Way too many corn chips.
Upon the release of their new EP, “Fill My Fridge,” local band Effe Emme invited us to cover their show at the Chè Cafè. The lineup consisted of Wet Dream, FLAKES, The Shivs, Creature Canyon, Pueblo, and of course, Effe Emme. Although a small venue, the energy of the night was spilling out the door, with crowd surfers, mosh circles, and even people swinging from the rafters.
Set to a backdrop of the strangest assortment of music, this is February – a hazy, dazed mess of salt, soupy days, drizzling rain, chaotic hair and low cuts.
positivity is how we change the negativity. So let’s share the good news. Let’s start something new.
Yes, another interview from this past GRL PWR Fest at The Irenic, we were able to talk with the members of Be All End All after their set. Not only lively onstage, the group humored and welcomed us backstage for the interview. Read on to find out more about defining moments in the bands career thus far, future plans, and tater-tots?
Why I’m so indecisive + the ultimate room inspiration – cluttered, messy and colourful. I’m talking plants, burning incense, wooden floors, boxes of records – utter joy.
Fully compiled of the writing’s, art, and photography from today’s innovative teens, his article is for the soul purpose of realization for the female youth.
Thought a concert couldn’t happen in a backyard? Ask the overflowing crowd that showed up to support local indie surf-punk band, Bad Kids, and think again. Just two days ago, the guys of Bad Kids, (Bassist: Arturo Macias, Drummer: Leon Lara, Guitarist: Ray Hamilton, Keys: Chad Boland, and Vocalist: Kalani Lomu) along with Fake Tides, Los Shadows, Instinct, Spooky Cigarette, and T.Rexico threw the wildest and most memorable house show to ever exist in Imperial Beach.