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It’s Casual Friday May 22 at the Relax Bar in Hollywood. It’s Casual will be headlining the show, but the support bands are headliners too. Influential skateboarder Tony Alva and D.F.L. vocalist Tom Davis have formed a new band called G.F.P. and they’ll be blowing up the Relax Bar along with Bad Samaratins, Chapstick and the MeatMen.
Doors open at 8pm and the show begins at 9pm sharp. There is a $10 dollar admission, 21+. Relax Bar is located at 5511 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca 90027. Relax Bar on the Northwest corner of Hollywood and Western.
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It's hard to digest the minutiae of society while traveling the freeways of Los Angeles in the comfort of a car at sixty miles per hour. Typically lined on both sides by cinder block walls, the L.A. freeways are mere pipelines of travel, often scurrying residents through neighborhoods of both low and high-income within mere minutes, barely offering a mere glimpse of what happens at the end of those off-ramps.
But when It's Casual vocalist/guitarist Edward Solis leaves his East Los Angeles-based residence to make his daily hour-long commute to Hollywood, he's able to form an entirely new perspective. Solis, a rare, unlicensed Angelino, relies on public transportation to make his travels. The two bus routes on which he rides meander on surface streets, cutting across both decorative and distressed neighborhoods.
Armed with nothing more than a hard, plastic seat perched aside an etched window and his keen observations, Solis has been able to capture his essence of Los Angeles via It's Casual's third album, The New Los Angeles.
It's Casual, also featuring drummer W.C.E., has been performing since the late '90s throughout Southern California. The summer of 2002 found the pair outside the states borders, as part of the Vans Warped Tour, promoting its debut, Buicregl. In 2004, It's Casual took a couple days off to record its second album, Stop Listening To Bad Music. The album found Solis upping the ante on his straightforward delivery of life.
After returning home from a summer tour in 2006, It's Casual entered the studio with producer Sergio J. Chavez for a third album session. The resulting ten-song collection, The New Los Angeles, finds the band more focused than ever, with its hard-hitting, riff-packed hardcore punk delivery that rubs shoulders with the likes of Black Flag, Fu Manchu, Motorhead and Blast.
The song titles themselves are enough to mold a basic idea of The New Los Angeles. The album launches with the title track, which reveals a lack of communication amongst residents. Child negligence concerns are addressed via "Too Many Kids," while "The Red Line" flags the horrors of freeway traffic while a suitable alternative already exists. "L.A.P.D." speaks of law enforcements scramble to protect a city bursting at its seams and "Navigator" points the finger at those that parade the streets with just a façade of wealth.
X released Los Angeles in 1977 and Ry Cooder's Chavez Ravine might've addressed the City of Angels. But never before has the nations second largest city been so thoroughly documented as on It's Casual's latest, The New Los Angeles. It's the new Los Angeles!
City of Origin: Whittier
Band Formed: 1999
Genre(s): Hardcore Punk Metal
Eddie Solis – guitar/vocals/bass
W.C.E. – drums/bass/guitar/vocals
Contact: It's Casual
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