Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Lazy Sunday

Chill tunes Combining Reggae and Dub with an alternative flair, this up and coming Vallejo, California outfit is sure to keep you dancing!
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Vince Barma - Guitar and Vocals
Josh Bryan - Guitar and Vocals
Cody Isaacs - Drums
Mega-Ann - Keyboard and Onion
Rile-Yee - Slappa da Bass

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Atomic Machines

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Atomic Machines are Dan Dafoe (Guitar/Vocals), Kyle Barton (Bass) and Josh Conrow (Drums). Hailing from the Mecca of old school bay punk rock, Atomic Machines are based in the San Francisco/Bay Area with influences ranging from The Clash, NOFX, Minor Threat and Rancid. Atomic Machines produce a unique blend of old school bay punk rock with a classic SoCal style. Dan, Kyle and Josh have a natural song writing chemistry that creates a wide variety of sound. The Atomic Machines are exploding onto the scene with their lively stage presence and ruthless determination. Atomic Machine shows are filled with crowd involvement and back to back high energy songs. 2013 will be a big year for the Atomic Machines as they plan to release their first full length album and plan to hit the road for their first cross country tour. The band also has many shows lined up in and around the San Francisco/Bay Area

Saturday, October 5, 2013

The Pallet Jacks

For booking or inquiries, contact Mike Leon []
Kayla Renee: Singer
Mike Have-Not: Singer, guitar
Steve Glover: Drums
Michael "Rod" Rodriguez: Bass guitar

Band's favorite north bay venues: Chris' Club, Bilco's, Toot's, The Townhouse, Moschetti's

Mike Have-Not's story:
Mike has been in local  rock bands since the mid 90's. The V-Town Have-Nots, Downward Hierarchy, Static Thought, Cluster Phunk, The Yaks, and has performed solo acoustic sets. He plays guitar, sings, and writes the songs for the Pallet Jacks.

Kayla's story:
She's lived in Santa Rosa, American Canyon, and now McKinleyville in Humboldt county. She's spent lots of time in Vallejo and Napa as well. She is currently attending Humboldt State University.
Kayla brings a bit of a blues influence, channeling artists like Janis Joplin into our modern funky sound.
She's from Santa Rosa and grew up singing in school choirs. She co-wrote a song in 6th grade about the seasons and sang it as a duet for the first time. She knew then she wanted to sing and share music with people. She's much inspired and mitigated by Pallet Jacks guitarist/singer/songwriter Mike Have-Not. He helped guide her through her musical journey to the place she finds her voice. Many people have witnessed and supported her finding that voice. Now she gets to make awesome music with The Pallet Jacks.

Michael "Rod" Rodriguez's info:
Bass, from Benicia but now in Vallejo. Influences are Rancid, The Who, The Clash, The Descendents,  mostly Punk and Ska..oh, and 50's rock. that stuff is dope, son!

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