Sunday, June 30, 2013

Roman Candles @ House show w/ Calculator and William Bonney

I'm playing a house show with Calculator and William Bonney tomorrow night in Westchester. Email me if you need the address. HERE's a facebook event.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Roman Candles @ Growing Up is Dumb Fest

I'm playing the first night of the growing up is dumb fest at the vlhs on friday june 28 with calculator, tongue, la bella and adventures. It should be great. $6. all ages. 9pm.

Monday, June 17, 2013

Roman Candles @ The Che Cafe 6.18.13

Roman Candles is playing a show at the Che Cafe on Tuesday June 18 with friends in Tough Stuff as well as Haruka, Jara, and Telephone Projects. Click HERE for the facebook event. 

Monday, June 10, 2013

Roman Candles on 88.9 KUCI "Barbara Bush's Bathtime Breakdown" June 16, 2013 10:00 a.m.

I'm playing a set on Sunday Morning on "Barbara Bush's Bathtime Breakdown" show. Tune into 88.9 FM KUCI to listen in.

Or feel free to listen live at

I'm super excited. This will be my first time playing on the radio! So pumped!

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Roman Candles @ Programme 6.10.13

I'm playing a show at Programme in Fullerton with Kepi Ghoulie and Dog Party. 
The address is 2495 E. Chapman Ave. Fullerton, CA 92831. 

I play at 8 pm. It's $2. 

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Slingshot reviews The Stowaways Issue 13

Slingshot Issue #113 Reviewed the most recent issue of the stowaways. unfortunately the issue they reviewed is already sold out. new issue of the stowaways coming soon. 

Stowaways#13 $2+postage
5082 Wendover Rd.
Yorba Linda, CA 92886
This large size zine is packed with a shit ton of info on the underground music scene around L.A. One person seems to be doing all the work. The editor Chris is tirelessly here logging dozens of shows, reviewing new releases and interviewing a couple bands. The writing quality is akin to radio news in that it gives just the barest details of an event then its off relating accounts of the next event. For someone not familiar with the region or the music scene it might hurt your head to read. This particular issue aids in that endeavor by displaying several obvious typos--but perhaps it was a rush job to have it in people's hands by the recent L.A. zine fest. There's not much in the way of graphics with just a few photos and lots of open space. But when I read Stowaway a little more closely I did appreciate the writer's passion for his subject. Through his perspective one can start to see a community existing in a place where most radicals throw away as being populated by materialistic plastic people that is dominated by car culture.