By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief As a two-time SAMMIE (that is the Sacramento Music Awards, for all of you out there) inductee (’07 and ’12)and recently adding another SAMMIE to his repertoire, Brian Rogers is well deserving and so is his band, Groovincible that performs all over Northern CA at events like Sierra High and Kaboo Festival in San Diego. Rogers has accepted the opportunity … Continue reading N.U.S.A.M. Member, Brian Rogers Works With Youth In Nicaragua & ‘Felt The Bern’ in Sacramento
What Happened to Timothy Rhyme? World Travel and Hip-Hop Love By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief If you have been living in Sacramento for a while and are a part of the HipHop culture, then you may remember A.R.A.B., a local rapper and college student who also was the founding member of First Dirt. Well, a few years back in ’11, A.R.A.B. made the decision to … Continue reading What Happened to Timothy Rhyme? World Travel and Hip-Hop Love
Rebel Hip-Hop on the Real, Son Da One’s “Misinterpreted Logic E.P.” Shows Promise from Hawaii to Cali Interview By Kim Possible Creative Manager & Staff Writer Story By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Kaleo Largusa, whose given name is defined as, “The Voice,” goes by his emcee moniker, Son Da One when emceeing on stage and is releasing “Misinterpreted Logic E.P” online spring ’16, promising profound … Continue reading Rebel Hip-Hop on the Real, Son Da One’s “Misinterpreted Logic E.P.” Shows Promise from Hawaii to Cali
Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016 By Aaris A. Schroeder “Something Inside is Broken” is a musical production, that reflects upon the dark history of the Nisenan Tribe, a part of the larger Maidu Native American Tribes that have been nearly killed off, pillaged, leaving just 95% of its population beginning in 1838 through the Gold Rush Era where people traveled … Continue reading Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016
Mahtie Bush came to UBO Mag first to project what he saw as Sacramento enforcement, venues and more hating on local music being played in Sacramento in any way. UBO was first to interview Bush. Continue reading UBO Saw it First: Sac Hates Hip-Hop?