Gabriel Gonzalez and Jess Weaver came together in 2020 to write an Album of hits, “The Full Moon Project”. Each song was accompanied with its own Music Video they self produced. Now we continue this tradition once more with a full band ( Vernon West, Andrew Galleran, Garrett Crouch ) releasing a song and video on YouTube every month for the next year. We built our own backyard stage called “The Mess” and host a monthly show with fellow artist and musicians.
The Blood Moon Howlers are a psychedelic, neo-noir blues/rock band with some funk in the trunk out of Los Angeles, CA., formed in 2017. Their music features both male and female vocals, groovy guitar lines and unique drum beats and percussion that’ll put a wobble in your walk.
Their most recent critically acclaimed singles “At The Barrel 33 (Mess Around)”, “Moonlighters” and “Tilted Patrons” released in 2020 are spreading like wildfire all over online platforms and publications, magazines, blogs and have been played on radio stations all over the world. They have also been featured as the Artist Spotlight on SoCal’s 88.5 FM for multiple weeks in a row, which lead them to being the featured band on the AUX RTN Podcast affiliated with 88.5 FM.
Most recently, The Blood Moon Howlers played the first ever virtual reality Burning Man Festival being the largest virtual reality event in history, played on Jam In The Van in Los Angeles, Sunset Sound Studio’s “Into The Vault” series and were a featured band on Medicine Box’s “Tree Talks”.
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EL DUELO is guitarists Rick Boston and Michael Jost. The music of El Duelo is a result of both guitarists’ influences and experiences during their life long guitar playing adventures.
Spanish guitars mixed with Lap Steel & so much more. An unorthodox blend of musical styles keep it interesting and fun. Their original compositions will take you on a journey with some unexpected turns. Currently El Duelo is working on their debut record. Stay tuned for the release & upcoming live shows.
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Based out of Nashville, Tennessee, Cristina Vane is taking the town by storm with her unique blend of blues and folk. Originally from Europe, she draws from such a great host of influences that it is impossible to compare her music to any one artist. That being said, she draws decisively from country blues, delta blues, and American folk music, creating her own flavor of the blues. Whether on the Venice boardwalk busking by the beach or on a stage in Mississippi, her signature resonator bottleneck playing and powerful vocals are unmistakable and unforgettable.
Before falling in love with the blues, Cristina spent her childhood and adolescence studying classical voice, music theory, piano and flute, ever consumed by music. She has love for many kinds of music, ranging from baroque classical to punk and metal. This theme continues throughout her career today; while she predominantly plays slide guitar, she employs fingerpicking, acoustic, electric guitar techniques, as well as clawhammer banjo playing.
Cristina had been performing in the Southern California area for nearly four years when she embarked on a 5 month tour, summer of 2018. While Cristina spent summers gigging in both New York and London previous to her move to Venice, she had never traveled the United States extensively and found her tour to be a personal and musical success. Her effervescent and edgy personality make for entrancing live performances, which she has honed with hours of practice playing in venues across the country as well as busking for the public on Venice Beach for several years. It is safe to say Cristina lives through music, it saturates her life and is, for her, a necessary vehicle for expression.
Milo Gonzalez is a guitarist born of a multi-generational family of artists and musicians native to Venice Beach. With his mother being a rock vocalist, and his step father being a founding member of the renowned hardcore punk band Black Flag, Milo grew up around heavy rock music.
Inspired to play both electric and acoustic guitar, Milo discovered a deep love for flamenco and classical guitar music, finding it’s dark, emotive, and aggressive qualities alluring and similar to that of his rock roots. Milo has developed a unique and hard to define style of music that derives as much influence from legendary guitar virtuosos such as Paco De Lucia, and Vicente Amigo, as it does from rock/metal/psychedelic legends like Black Sabbath and Radiohead.
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