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Thee Commons as very special guests on episode 64! We were very surpirsed they were able to come down on such a short notice. I remember hearing them for the firs time a few months ago and was super excited for the opportunity to invite them onto
On this episode of Kilson Street we have the mysterious Los Mysteriosos from Tijuana. These guys play what is called a combo of Rock en Espanol and Folklorico and Mariachi music; they call it Rock en Espanglorico. Watch the songs and interview to see and hear what they are talking
This episodes brings you the very first Rockabilly band on our show the Crash Cadillacs. These guys stay here in Orange County CA but have their roots in Arizona. Watch this high energy set and check out their interview to hear their story. Don't forget to visit them at their
Forebear come to us from Los Angeles. Well actually many places in and around Los Angeles, taking up to 3hrs for some of them to arrive for the day of recording! We were already prepared to hear some great tunes but were also privy to seeing a live set. You
Took us some time but here we have Habitat.
It has been a while. And with this mini Hiatus we have come back with a mini vengeance. Here we have one of the coolest sounding bands from the IE so far, HABITAT. It always amazes us that some folk come
Here Between You Me are semi electronic band from Los Angeles. One of their main instrument is, Drum Roll Please…. A GAMEBOY! Yes you read that right. The staple of their sound is a Nintendo Gameboy that is programmed to create badass melodies and electric drum sounds. These guys definitely
Check out these guys from Costa Mesa CA. We really enjoyed having these guys on and their sounds is just amazing. Three vocal harmonies sound too legit and we couldn't be more happy with these guys kicking off year 3 here on Kilson Street. Please be sure to check them
This is our 50th Episode. Why are we still around??? We don't even know that. Watch like share subscribe to our channel. We will probably most likely bring you 50 more… unless bands or music acts cease to exist in 2015. Thanks to all of you who support and especially
Up next on Kilson Street are the Tequila Worms from Anaheim (not Anacrime), CA. I would like to describe their sound as, Dick Dale on a steroid rampage. Give these guys a listen and visit their site too.
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We were joined by Skin & Bones on this episode. Gunther's Co in DTSA was perfect for these guys and honestly their music is something to marvel at. Check them out and make sure you share, like and subscribe to our channel.
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