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  1. Arizona Alt-rockers Katastro Reconnect With Their OC Stomping GroundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2015 | OC Weekly

    After moving from the greater Phoenix/Tempe area, Katastro spent their days in Huntington Beach, hanging out with fellow reggae-rock outfits Dirty Heads and Seedless. Although living in Huntington was an expensive proposition, drummer Andrew Stravers says, if the band moved to Los Angeles instead, there would have been negative consequences.


  2. On the Line: Gene Hobel Of Blake's Place, Part TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Sports. Sales. Salmon. With just under 20 years of restaurant ownership under his belt, Gene Hobel has a lot of ground to cover with us.


  3. Finally, A Book Dedicated to Dancing Hippie ChicksRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2015 | OC Weekly

    To every barefoot goddess, billowy sister of the moon, or hula-hooping sprite that expressed her love for a jam band in the last thirty-five years, consider picking up a copy of Jay Blakesberg's new coffee table book, Hippie Chick: A Tale of Love, Devotion & Surrender. The book is comprised of more than 400 images of women from the last three decades, and pays tribute to the music mavens who brave heat, rain, sweat, and smoke to connect with her band of choice.


  4. How OC's Alice Wallace Thrives in a Male-Dominated Country MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Sitting in a cafe in downtown Santa Ana, country songstress Alice Wallace muses about her new album, Memories, Music, and Pride . She's halfway through a comment on the inspiration for her new material, when a man from a nearby table points to his smart phone and asks, "Excuse me, but is this you?" It was indeed Wallace, in a video from her recent television appearance on KCAL 9 CBS Los Angles.


  5. De'Anza is Latin Alternative's New Leading LadyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 12, 2015 | OC Weekly

    With a last name that means walls in Spanish, De'Anza Paredes knows about breaking boundaries. With the traditional, Mexican stringed instrument called a vihuela, she is knocking down cultural barriers.


  6. Justin Wood Will Rock Your Comedy BodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Good deeds don't go unnoticed and in our eyes, there is no better deed then serving our country. Justin Wood did just that with the US Army and even though technically his time in the military is over, it would seem that he can't stop serving.


  7. Edith Crash Returns With a New Album Tribute to Her Late MotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2015 | OC Weekly

    French singer-songwriter Edith Crash is artistically reborn, but not without experiencing the pain caused by the death of one of the most important people her life. When the musician from the south of France came to Los Angeles two years ago , she brought her political and poetic Inonde album in tow.


  8. GoldLink Fuses Street Rap With House Grooves on The God ComplexRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2015 | OC Weekly

    GoldLink's sound is difficult to pin down. The 21-year-old's lyrics are effortless but intense, tempered by classic house grooves and '90's samples.


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