Jay Allen Sanford 7 p.m., June 28
Los Kung Fu Monkeys
RIYL: Buck o' Nine, Union 13, Youth Brigade, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Debajo del Promedio, Valium Radeo, Heroes del Silencio, the Jaguares, Fuera de Servicio
Inception: Tijuana, 1998
Influences: Bad Religion, Operation Ivy, Sick Of It All, Rancid, Union 13, Youth Brigade, Backside, Homegrown, Las Quince Letras, Buck o' Nine, F - Minus, Tijuana No!, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Secta - Core, Snap - Her, Viva Malpache!
Los Kung Fu Monkeys are an eight-piece punk ska-core band from Tijuana B.C. Mexico. Formed in 1997, they play in and around Southern California as well in Baja California Mexico. Their 13-song debut CD on One Shot Records contains high energy music with dual vocals, including a cover of the Cure’s classic “Boys Don’t Cry.”
Subsequent albums included Rebuilding the World and End Transmission. In 2010, they released a collection of songs from all three records, And They Came From Tijuana (1997-2007).
And They Came From Tijuana (1997-2007) features tracks from the band’s out-of-print first three records, one of them never available in the U.S.: Rebuilding the World, End Transmission, and a self titled album previously only available in Europe and Mexico.