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Archive for February, 2010

Feb
02/10
Long Beach Dub City Music Festival Footage

Bulldog Media has compiled this tasty montage footage from the First Annual Dub City Music Festival last week in Long Beach. The day featured such bands as Tomorrows Bad Seeds, Nobody Cares, Seedless, Sinizen and more.

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Feb
02/10
Echo Movement gets Warped Again

Official Echo Movement announcement:

Echo Movement is happy to announce we’ve signed onto the last leg of the Vans Warped Tour 2010. We’re proud to join our brothers-in-reggae B Foundation for this year’s lineup, as well as all the other great artists. As of right now, our sophomore year on the tour starts in Salt Lake City and takes us to the tour’s end in Oregon. We’re planning a full summer tour to envelop these dates, and we will announce the cities as soon as everything is set.

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Feb
01/10
February Hot Album Releases

In a new feature, at the beginning of every month we are going to preview the month’s hottest forthcoming album releases. This is what we can expect for February:

KatastroPoking Holes in a Pattern2/Out Now

As featured on The Pier Exposed Sampler, this Arizona band’s new EP was recorded live in the studio. The EP features five new tracks and there is a definite Chili Pepper influence in the band’s breed of reggae rock.

Eleven Fingered Charlie Patterns2/1

Third album for these reggae rock Texans! Eleven Fingered Charlie has declared this album a pinnacle of their creative abilities and the first true album to be written by all four members equally. CLICK HERE to read a review.

The Divine Crime Obliquity2/2

The Divine Crime is an 8-piece reggae/rock/dub powerhouse featuring the former backing band of HR from Bad Brains and front diva Amee Jana. This is the band’s debut release and features 11 tracks, including remixes by The Scientist & Josh Cardinal. For fans of Chapter 11.

Zen RobbieHeavy Lies the Crown 2/9

Long Beach’s Zen Robbie releases it third and most exciting album. With a great mix of funk, rock, jazz and reggae and some killer guests including Marshall Goodman. If you like your music diverse, it is certainly worth checking out. CLICK HERE to read a review.

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Feb
01/10
Rome Lays You Down

Check out a Rome solo performance of Lay Me Down, recorded at the Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa. The original studio version was written and co-performed with the Dirty Heads. The song is currently blowing up on KROQ and can be found on The Pier Compilation Volume 1.

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