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It's gonna be the longest day of the year, so we're throwing a party! After you get your Solstice Day Parade and beer garden situation handled cruise on over and get your punk rock fix at the Cota Street Ramp. If you don't know where it is, you better axe somebody! It's Free, All Ages, Half Pipe, and a Killer Lineup of bands. Best thing that's gonna happen in SB all freakin (super long) day. Featuring: Blasting Concept MONGo ¡La Vasa! And More..? Grab your board, maybe a lawn chair, and BYOB if your 21+Save
La Vasa! is coming back down to Ventura to shred it up and break hearts. Cholos on Acid is going to be there to make you mosh it up and make your panties wet (swamp ass for the fellas). What else do you need to know? It's gonna be a good time, so don't fuck it up, show up! More bands TBA soon..Save
Head down to one of our favorite watering holes for some Punk Rawk and some High Energy Bluegrass music on Friday, July 10th. There will be a little something for everyone to dance to! Put on your shit kickers and doc martens for a weird line up of music and we'll see you in the square dance pit!Save
Sounds Like: Leftöver Crack
Bio: La Vasa! was born in Santa Barbara in late 2009 as an unhealthy male punk band weighing in over 500lbs of muscle and beer. At first this new baby of a band had no name and was even forced to perform multiple shows without a name to it's own. So sad. Now with a name and shows under their belt, thi...See Full Bio
: Just Announced: Santa Barbara, CA - Aug 1 at Annual Fiesta Ramp Show http://t.co/DPX3usmIcL
“Quest is loud and fast and filled with loads of gruff, scrappy punk-rock aggression. It’s the kind of record that makes me nostalgic for dirty venues filled with sweaty drunk people smashing into each other repeatedly. Did I mention there are horns? The big, screamy ska ones? And that only one of the album’s 10 tracks clocks in at more than three minutes? (“Mama Tried” is an epic three-minute-and-three-second thank you to their parents. Awww.) All of this said, my biggest takeaway from Quest was just how good the album sounds. The drums are downright brutal, but they don’t overpower the mix. The guitars are driving, but they take a backseat (sonically speaking) to the vocals. And taken all together, there’s a heft to the thing that totally works. On an equally important, though slightly more personal, note, Quest served as a not-so-subtle reminder to turn off my “mature,” “refined,” art writer brain every once in awhile. Because sometimes you just need a song abo”