- Published on Thursday, June 10 2010
- Written by Super User
Around Los Angeles, there is no shortage of bands who are on the verge of making it to the big leagues.
With so many options available, and so many bands putting their fliers on your windshield, how are you supposed to know who to pay attention to? There is no sure-fire way of predicting a band's success. There is no magic eight ball to consult. But if you're desperate for advice, just follow the celebrities.
On June 9, Pussycat Doll Jessica Sutta made time to support one of her favorite bands, Tomorrows Bad Seeds, when they performed to a packed house at The Roxy. The multicultural group that got their start in Hermosa Beach, California, in 2004, Tomorrows Bad Seeds is a "fundamental development in the reproduction of conscious music worldwide," according to their MySpace page. Their sound is a high-energy mix of rock, soul, pop, punk, reggae, and hip hop, guaranteed to move the soul.
Tomorrows Bad Seeds just released their sophomore album, Sacred for Sale, which can be found in stores nationwide, as well as on iTunes, Amazon, etc. You can also catch them at this year's Warped Tour.
If you have the opportunity, give them a taste. Swish them around. See how it sits on your palette.
Above photo: Jessica Sutta relaxing backstage before the show with the lead singer, Moi Juarez.
- Nick Rasmussen, YH Staff