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Say No More was formed by four Salinas High School musicians back in 2002. Since moving to Los Angeles in 2006, the pop rock quartet has made …

A former member of the indie rock group There Goes the Neighborhood, Prunedale's Jake Bivins played every instrument on his solo debut Alpha O…

Currently based in Oakland, Vermillion Lies are one of Monterey's best recent musical exports. (Luckily, they return often for homecoming show…

One of the most consistently entertaining performers in Monterey County, Erhman Hall is the stage name of one Keith Bruecker. The former front…

Salinas quartet Delirio proves that the exploding genre of rock en Espanol encompasses more than just Latin ska punk. The band harks back to a…

Concave’s (James Findlay's solo instrumental project) sophomore LP, History is the Future, provides a well-organized, detail-oriented hodgepod…

The Suborbitals’ debut Blackout Rolling is literary alt-rock abounding with alliteration and an eclectic array of influences, from Stephen Mal…

Burnt Palms (Drummer Clara Nieto, singer/guitarist Christina Riley and bassist Brian Dela Cruz) “Rather Die” initiates a flurry of imagery enc…