The List: Ground Chuck.
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The List: Ground Chuck.

The Sacramento punk scene is full of familiar faces however none are as recognizable as Charles Adrian Thomas, more popularly known as Ground Chuck.  Chuck has been a staple in the music scene since joining his first band, Outcasts of Society, in the mid 80s.  His enthusiasm at shows, his chalk artwork found throughout the sidewalks … Continue reading

Dropping Anchor at the (First) First Festival
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Dropping Anchor at the (First) First Festival

Over Memorial Day weekend, TUBE. had the opportunity to drop anchor at the inaugural First Festival in West Sacramento’s River Walk Park. The festival featured 18 local bands on three stages. The Main Stage was lined up with bands like Whiskey & Stitches, D.U.S.T., A Mile Till Dawn, and Humble Wolf. The Yelp Stage featured … Continue reading

“Keep the Wheels from Falling Off Amongst Our Inner Demons”: The Swingin’ Utters’ Guide to Punk Bands and Parenthood
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“Keep the Wheels from Falling Off Amongst Our Inner Demons”: The Swingin’ Utters’ Guide to Punk Bands and Parenthood

It is hard to believe, but The Swingin’ Utters has been going strong for almost 25 years now. Their first seven-inch was released in 1992. In 1995, their debut full-length album The Streets of San Francisco introduced the world outside the Bay Area to a group of angry yet tuneful young men whose street-punk sounds were honed … Continue reading