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Tolan Shaw heartbeat, Homeless Sexuals demos, Gabe Serbian coffee, Zach Goode homecoming, Ritchie Brubaker RIP

“Running around with a mic yelling while the band does their thing”

Tolan Shaw
Tolan Shaw

“My new song ‘Meet You’ was inspired by the news of becoming a father for the first time,” says Tolan Shaw. “I recorded my daughter Dela’s heartbeat at a doctor’s appointment within the first month, and it just happened to be the same beats per minute as the song. So you’ll hear her heartbeat at the beginning, middle, and end of the song, and the heartbeat became the kick-pulse throughout the song.”

Homeless Sexuals

“The only way to capture our sound is to do it live, [with] me running around with a mic yelling while the band does their thing,” says singer Davit Buck of the newest Homeless Sexuals demos. “We have rerecorded four old songs and added five new songs.” Samples uploaded to Bandcamp include “Lost Time Had No Meaning to the Elephant Man,” “Jack the Ripper in Clown Shoes,” “Retrosexual Baby Doll,” and “Food Stamp Communion.”

Gabe Serbian

“This bag is in tribute to our friend, comrade and sasquatch enthusiast Gabe Serbian,” says Three One G of their new Heartwork Coffee blend, featuring Paul Rentler artwork on the package. “The coffee is composed of our Mexico El Jaguar coffee from the Chiapas Region and has tasting notes of stone fruit, grapefruit, vanilla, caramel; bright acidity and a creamy body.” All proceeds go to the family of the late Serbian.

Zach Goode

A vet of local bands such as Secret Seven, Divided by Zero, Ghoulspoon, and octogenarian Weezer mashup Geezer, Zach Goode plays his first San Diego gig as the new lead singer of 1990s alt-rock icons Smash Mouth on September 17. Goode recently replaced original vocalist Steve Harwell, who retired due to health issues. The Super Girl Surf Pro Series on Oceanside Pier will also include a performance by The Offspring.

Ritchie Brubaker

The Roosters were a punkish British Invasion-inspired rock band founded by singer-guitarist Richard Brubaker and a friend at a house off of 5th Avenue. They nearly signed with the same management team representing Foreigner, but lineup changes left Brubaker the only founder in the band, which split around 1995. Brubaker – who also played with Manual Scan – recently passed away.

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Tolan Shaw
Tolan Shaw

“My new song ‘Meet You’ was inspired by the news of becoming a father for the first time,” says Tolan Shaw. “I recorded my daughter Dela’s heartbeat at a doctor’s appointment within the first month, and it just happened to be the same beats per minute as the song. So you’ll hear her heartbeat at the beginning, middle, and end of the song, and the heartbeat became the kick-pulse throughout the song.”

Homeless Sexuals

“The only way to capture our sound is to do it live, [with] me running around with a mic yelling while the band does their thing,” says singer Davit Buck of the newest Homeless Sexuals demos. “We have rerecorded four old songs and added five new songs.” Samples uploaded to Bandcamp include “Lost Time Had No Meaning to the Elephant Man,” “Jack the Ripper in Clown Shoes,” “Retrosexual Baby Doll,” and “Food Stamp Communion.”

Gabe Serbian

“This bag is in tribute to our friend, comrade and sasquatch enthusiast Gabe Serbian,” says Three One G of their new Heartwork Coffee blend, featuring Paul Rentler artwork on the package. “The coffee is composed of our Mexico El Jaguar coffee from the Chiapas Region and has tasting notes of stone fruit, grapefruit, vanilla, caramel; bright acidity and a creamy body.” All proceeds go to the family of the late Serbian.

Zach Goode

A vet of local bands such as Secret Seven, Divided by Zero, Ghoulspoon, and octogenarian Weezer mashup Geezer, Zach Goode plays his first San Diego gig as the new lead singer of 1990s alt-rock icons Smash Mouth on September 17. Goode recently replaced original vocalist Steve Harwell, who retired due to health issues. The Super Girl Surf Pro Series on Oceanside Pier will also include a performance by The Offspring.

Ritchie Brubaker

The Roosters were a punkish British Invasion-inspired rock band founded by singer-guitarist Richard Brubaker and a friend at a house off of 5th Avenue. They nearly signed with the same management team representing Foreigner, but lineup changes left Brubaker the only founder in the band, which split around 1995. Brubaker – who also played with Manual Scan – recently passed away.

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