Local bands and musicians

Band Genre
ADD/C Covers | Standards
Addiquit Hip-Hop & Rap
Adelitas Way Rock
Adella Lane Acoustic, Bluegrass & Roots, Covers | Standards, Rock, World
Adestria Metal | Hardcore, Rock
Adhima Hip-Hop & Rap, Reggae & Ska
Adriana Smith and Ghost in the Graveyard Rock
Adrian Demain Rock
Adrian Liu Classical
Adrienne Nims Jazz
Adrienne Nims & Spirit Wind Jazz
Ad Seg Metal | Hardcore, Punk, Rock
Aerodrone Pop, Rock
The Áfrojazziacs Jazz, Latin | Tejano, Reggae & Ska
Afrotruko Latin | Tejano
afterschoolspecial Hip-Hop & Rap, Rock
AfterShock Seven Blues & Soul, Funk, Rock
After the Crash Alternative, Pop, Rock
Against the World Metal | Hardcore

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Local Music News

Dead Cross

Slayer co-founder Dave Lombardo's band is streaming a new video for "Seizure and Desist," from the debut Dead Cross album, directed by Eric Livingston.

Tom DeLonge

He's directing a sci-fi movie called Strange Times, starring Jack Samson (Zodiac) and Lizze Broadway (Bones, Chicago PD).

John Reis

His recently stolen guitar was returned after turning up on the OfferUp app. "We implemented our own brown ops. Snagged it back from two ultra-sketch, haggard, tweek aficionados...never seen a dude chase a guy on a bike with a taser before."


A new music video for their balled "Home is Such a Lonely Place" was filmed in a home video style, at home with their family and friends as they prepared to leave for a tour.

True Stories

True Stories have recorded a version of the Knack's "Your Number Or Your Name," for Australia's Zero Hour Records.

Dead Rock West

Their upcoming album More Love was produced by John Doe (X) and features contributions from Elliot Easton (the Cars), Greg Leisz (Watkins Family Hour), and DJ Bonebrake.

The Verigolds

Their new single "Walk on Water" is the first release from an upcoming album recorded with Ed Stasium (Ramones, Talking Heads, the Smithereens, etc).

The Black Heart Procession

They'll spend October-November on a U.S. tour. "We are flying over our Serbian brothers that are part of our band," says Pall Jenkins. "This tour will be based around playing our first album One start to finish. We will also then play other songs with the spirit of anti-war, borders, class, and differences of any kind."

Victor Willis

The former Village People singer has mended fences with co-founding bandmate Henri Belolo and will rejoin the group for the first time in 35 years to perform shows celebrating the 40th anniversary of their debut.

The Event

The reunited mod/pop rockers will be one of the headliners at this year's Purple Weekend festival happening December 6-9 in Leon, Spain.

Keltik Kharma

The green jazz group's accordion and mandolin player Lou Fanucchi passed away.

Tribe of Judah

Cofounding vocalist Walter Hillman aka Papa Dread (who also fronted My Cuzz'ins Funk Band) passed away.

Lindsay White

White's upcoming album Lights Out, due July 14 and her first solo full-length since the split of her acoustic duo the Lovebirds, will be promoted with a solo west coast tour through August, followed by dates with her band the White Lies.

Gilbert Castellanos

"I am proud and thrilled to announce the launch of the Young Lions Jazz Conservatory," reports Castellanos of his upcoming non-profit year-round after-school program that "focuses more on the educational component of music: jazz theory, history, cultural context, Latin/afro/Brazilian rhythms, masterclasses, etc."


The reggae rockers' new single "Fly With Me" debuted at number 1 on the iTunes Reggae Songs chart, as they prepare for their summer tour with Slightly Stoopid.

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