Cameron Black

REVIEW: Green Day ¡Uno!

REVIEW: Green Day ¡Uno!

Safe to say, Green Day’s latest album, ¡Uno!, is an album that will appeal to a fan of today’s pop-punk music. Their signature power chord structure that they’ve infused into every genre they’ve played is extremely apparent in the album, and it’s ability to make your head bob has not diminished in the least. Those […]

 Cameron Black

REVIEW: Citizen Cope – One Lovely Day

REVIEW: Citizen Cope – One Lovely Day

From the very first track, it is evident that One Lovely Day is another step in the evolution of Citizen Cope’s sound. Unlike his previous albums, One Lovely Day seems to be focused on a central idea rather than on themes that are more universal and open to interpretation. The memorable characters that Cope is […]

 Cameron Black

The Tallest Man on Earth @ John Anson Ford Amphitheatre – 9/4/2012

The Tallest Man on Earth @ John Anson Ford Amphitheatre – 9/4/2012

Strand of Oaks and The Tallest Man on Earth came together this past Tuesday night at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre  in the Hollywood hills to put on one of the most beautiful performances of the summer. Ford Theatre’s famed outdoor stage was a perfect setting for both artists’ performances, allowing technically challenging guitar licks, […]

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INTERVIEW: Dustin “DuddyB” Bushnell of The Dirty Heads

INTERVIEW: Dustin “DuddyB” Bushnell of The Dirty Heads

SoCalMusicToday.com recently caught up with Dustin Bushnell of the Dirty Heads, in the midst of the band’s tour with Matisyahu, to discuss their tour, motivations, and upcoming plans. The band recently released their second full-length album, Cabin By the Sea, and will be touring with Matisyahu, HB Surround Sound, and Pacific Dub. You can catch […]