Posts Tagged ‘Music’

Rootz Underground: Rootz Releaf Tour 2011

Rootz Underground: Rootz Releaf Tour 2011
Yep thats right! Rootz Underground is hitting up the West Coast this Summer! Be sure to check out the flyer to see what cities they will be performing at near you! Also check out their latest video “Unknown Soldier”
June 23rd, 2011 | Featured, Music | Read More

Pandemic at The Roots Factory

How’d The Show Go? 
by: sandieganliz The Roots Factory held a Pandemic Art Exhibit equipped with live music and video-screening. This took place on May 7th at The Roots Factory warehouse in Barrio Logan. Pandemic’s event was called, “The Restitution Tour,” in honor of...
June 3rd, 2011 | How'd The Show Go?, Music | Read More

Popped Culture

Popped Culture
Article by. Robert Stinson | Photos by. Jennifer Martinez The revolution will not be televised; it will be streamed to your Android phone or living room. The advent of technology has enabled political activists and freedom fighters to mobilize like never before. The Middle East is ablaze with revolutionary...
May 25th, 2011 | Articles, Featured | Read More

The Green

The Green
How’d The Show Go? Article by. sandieganliz | Photos by. Ashley Parda The Green came to Ocean Beach, California to entertain two sold-out crowds on March 24th & 25th. Rising in popularity, The Green is a rootsy reggae band with island tones that show their uplifting romantic side. I mean, there...
May 13th, 2011 | How'd The Show Go?, Music | Read More

The Chronisseur 14 of 420

The Chronisseur 14 of 420
For the first time in 14 months, a bittersweet air clouded the ordinarily light-hearted atmosphere of the Chronisseur session. It was not because of the strains or the company; both are among the best San Diego has to offer. It was the bitter disappointment over the recent city council ruling that cast...
May 13th, 2011 | Featured, The Chronisseur | Read More

May 2011 Volume 3 Issue 5 Hits the streets!

May 2011 Volume 3 Issue 5 Hits the streets!
May is upon us and before we dive into anything else, I want to take a moment to say Happy Mother’s Day to ALL the moms out there! I have seen no greater love than that of a mother for her child! We have an incredible issue for you this month! Included is an article on local artist Chris Konecki....
May 4th, 2011 | Featured, News | Read More

Tape Deck Mountain

How’d The Show Go? 
By: sandieganliz On Friday, April 15, 2011, an indie rock band called Tape Deck Mountain played at the Soda Bar in North Park. This 3-piece band has a psychedelic rock sound. –The drummer was also playing keys too, which made this band fun to watch. I arrived at...
April 29th, 2011 | How'd The Show Go?, Music | Read More

The Power of Green

By: Tiffany Janay The color green rules the world! I’ve heard some say that green must be God’s favorite color because it’s the most dominating color that is seen everywhere, and it seems to be associated with all things of power. Of course, we all know how powerful green money is,...
April 28th, 2011 | Articles | Read More

Interview with Willie Psycho

Interview with Willie Psycho
Article by: Robert Stinson Photo by: Gio Blitz I couldn’t help but notice the smell of premium bud emanating from a hotboxed van as we walked into the parking lot of Riley’s Sports Bar in Point Loma. The doors flew open and the band immerged freshly baked with Willie Carter (lead vocalist,...
April 28th, 2011 | Featured, Music | Read More

Blue Riddim Band

Blue Riddim Band
By R.J. Villa For close to four decades now, the Blue Riddim Band’s music has been rooted in the beloved traditions of Jamaica and the 1960s and 1970s. Their latest release “Tribute” has been a long time in the making. It stands a true homage to their origins, fallen friends and band...
April 27th, 2011 | Featured, Music | Read More

Today I keep thinking about why I do what I do…

By: Nicole Scott Today I keep thinking about why I do what I do…. Why start a cannabis institute devoted to teaching the laws that protect us? Why be active in the cannabis community? Why try to change the face of marijuana? Why join all the activist groups and try to invoke change? I think I do...
April 20th, 2011 | Activism | Read More

Dumpstaphunk

Dumpstaphunk
How’d The Show Go? By: Sandieganliz Dumpstaphunk is a funk band from New Orleans, Louisiana who appeared at Winston’s in Ocean Beach to get funky, and a crowd showed up to embrace their rhythm. It was Tuesday and Dumpstaphunk showed up to play a solo gig. It looked like San Diego loved...
April 4th, 2011 | How'd The Show Go?, Music | Read More

TOP SHELF

How’d The Show Go? By: sandieganliz Top Shelf from Ukiah in Northern California came to the 710 Club in Pacific Beach. Top Shelf is a reggae/rock band with a hip-hop/ska sound. The vocals were amazing as well as instrumentals and high-energy. The crowd reacted well to Top Shelf prior to Ease...
March 31st, 2011 | How'd The Show Go?, Music | Read More

Sashamon

How’d The Show Go? By: sandieganliz On Friday, March 4th, Sashamon played at Winston’s in Ocean Beach. Sashamon is a band from Hawaii that is well-known among the island/reggae scene. Sashamon has been bringing his acoustic-sounding, Hawaiian/reggae to the California scene for quite some...
March 30th, 2011 | How'd The Show Go?, Music | Read More

Goin’ Global with The Pier

Goin’ Global with The Pier
By: Sandieganliz The Pier is an online magazine dedicated to bringing the latest news and reviews on the Reggae/Rock scene, particularly the kind that emphasizes an acoustic approach. “Take Life Easy” – doesn’t that sound like a reggae approach? NUG Magazine got a chance to...
March 29th, 2011 | Featured, Music | Read More

San Diego IndieFest 2011

San Diego IndieFest 2011
Nug Magazine was at San Diego IndieFest and we had one of three stages as well as a booth providing everyone with free mags and music in our fight to help support, local bands, art, and of corse the green movement!
March 26th, 2011 | Featured, Videos | Read More

D-Shells

D-Shells
By: George Alberts Now that 2011 is in full swing, it’s time to unveil a San Diego artist looking to make a big splash this year. Since the release of his first mixtape in early 2010, D-Shells has been busy stickin’ to his grind with a second mixtape, live performances, and the recent...
March 25th, 2011 | Featured, Music | Read More

A CREAMY BLEND OF FANTASTIC & FABULOUS

A CREAMY BLEND OF FANTASTIC & FABULOUS
By Marc Emmelmann Melanie Dellas’ new book, Fantastic Fabulous Creatures and Beasts (Volume 1), is perfect for children or anyone with a whimsical spirit. 22 beasts & creatures are introduced in this 45 page, creamy blend of fantastic and fabulous!  Written poetically with dynamic and fun...
March 16th, 2011 | Art, Featured | Read More

The Chronisseur 12 of 420

The Chronisseur 12 of 420
Between organizing the First Annual San Diego Food Fight and implementing some exciting new changes at The Green Door Collective, it has been quite a hectic month for Hopper. Of course, he had no problem clearing his schedule to make time to fulfill his duties as our resident Chronisseur. Let the sampling...
March 14th, 2011 | Featured, The Chronisseur | Read More

THE EXPENDABLES

THE EXPENDABLES
Article By: sandieganliz  |  Photos By: Ashley Parda On February 17th, The Expendables graced Solana Beach with an amazing performance. Fans or anyone interested in them will enjoy a mellowness meets punk/rock show! The Thursday night show started with The Holdup and The B Foundation. These bands...
March 9th, 2011 | Featured, How'd The Show Go?, Music | Read More
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