Lexi G has returned to the Papermoon Gypsys and they are back on and a rockin! In this episode, they talk about where their band name came from, finding a surprise in a rental car in Hawaii, Rocking rooms from 2 to 2000 people and the overall experience of love in their music.
You can find al the info and tour dates at www.papermoongypsy.com
OCML Artist Spotlight – Episode 5 – Red Page – Poor Man’s Change
Red has been a staple in the OC scene for years, odd are if you’ve been around you have met him. From solo shows to band gigs, touring the country and playing SXSW, Red’s voice always penetrates the air, and his energy brings people to the stage. They bring the party and know how to make sure everyone has a good time.
OCML Artist Spotlight – Episode 10 – Thomas Thomas – Saint Blasphemer
In this episode, Thomas talks about the origin of the band name from the book The Last Temptation of Christ, experiencing his loved ones suffer with heroin addiction, releasing their EP, Simon Templar & getting radio and college campaigns started. “We are seeking to reach people with our songs. When I was a kid, music helped me to hang on for one more day and made me feel like I wasn’t alone and I wasn’t the only person going through whatever I was going through.”
Can you guess his guilty pleasure artist?
OCML Artist Spotlight – Episode 7 – Violetta Gaetani – Afraid Of My Neighbor In this episode, Vio talks about going all in on your music, persevering through the tough, being a female fronted band, where they came up with their name and the difficulties of being from Europe and having to deal with American Visa issues.
Brothers Jake and Luke Davies were raised in Melbourne, Australia. They grew up on rock music, a passion that would eventually lead them across the world to Long Beach, California. In 2013, with the addition of Herbie Brady and Anthony Aguilar, they formed of limbo: a band that combines groove-driven hard rock with catchy melodies in a way that has never been heard before. Every song has a unique vibe. It’s new, it’s raw, it’ s fun, and it has the balls that music has lacked for a long time.