Radical Something

Originally from Northern and Southern California, Radical Something has successfully debuted 3 self-released CDs that have spread rapidly throughout the US. The independent trio first gained attention in the Summer of 2011 with their song “Be Easy.” Since then, the band’s debut EP “No Sweat”reached #6 on the iTunes overall album chart in February 2012. That Summer they released 12 consecutive free singles as a part of their “Summer Of Rad” collection, which generated over 500,000 song downloads and millions of streams.

"Cali Get Down" | "Step Right Up" | "Be Easy"

Tony Alva

Tony Alva is a Santa Monica native who is a Legendary Skateboarder, Surfer, Musician and original member of Dogtown Z-Boys. He is considered one of the most important and influential skateboarders of all time. His contributions to the sport/art over the last three decades are undeniable.

"White Lotus"

Jet West

Hailing from sunny San Diego, Jet West launched their live music career in the fall of 2009 as an independent, Rock/Reggae band and hasn’t slowed down since. The band's varied musical style fuses traditional rock with elements of reggae and hard rock, a sound born from the beaches of LA and San Diego.  Jet West has shared the stage with such big names as Slightly Stoopid, Pepper, Collie Buddz, jBoog, RX Bandits, Authority Zero and The Aggrolites.

"Wanderer" | House of Blues | Ocean Beach Oktoberfest

Tropical Nasty

Tropical Nasty is a Rock trio originally from Pennsville, NJ. They played the Philly area, recorded a full length demo and opened for Aloe Blacc and Cash Cash before relocating to Venice Beach in the Summer of 2015. Playing the Venice Beach Boardwalk and the Santa Monica Pier everyday and 4 hour club gigs at night brought them notice as the Westside’s most exciting young up and coming band. Tropical Nasty released their first studio single, “Bad Habits” off their upcoming EP.

Nasty Promo | "Fingertips"

Meet Me At The Pub

Meet Me At The Pub from Venice Beach, California, formed in 1999. Jeremy, Sully and Jack started playing their first shows at the Malibu Inn every Monday night, soon building a rapid local fan base with the local surfers and skaters. Their early shows helped the band find their true Southern California style combining' melodic vocals, thumpin bass lines and thick beats. The band plays Reggae, Rock, Ska, Punk and even the odd waltz. Fans enjoy the spontaneous freestyles that keep the shows fresh and live everynight.

Live at Oceanfest | "Mask" | "Waited Too Long"