This past Friday I went to Austin for the Dirty Wormz CD release party for thier latest album “Outbreak”. These dudes throw one hell of a show and yours truly even got in the mosh pit!!! Band members include Smackola-vocals, DJ Crash-DJ, Jax-guitar, Dirty D-bass, Mista Swift-drums, and Dok-the crazy dude with the Afro and gas mask! God of Waar was one of the songs on the CD and I fell in love with the track! God of Waar features K.A.B.O.S.H. which is a collaboration of Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, and the Dirty Wormz! Check it out!
Beautiful Disturbance is a band out of Waco, TX that I have gotten very familiar with. After meeting Auggie and the band at the Music Vault in Killeen, TX we started talking and I knew I needed him on my team. I sponsor Auggie and do what I can to support BD. Watch their new video and share it!!! You can also find more Beautiful Disturbance music HERE!!!!!
Downsiid is one of Texas’ Hottest rock groups touring the nation, selling merchandise, and recording new songs. We proudly sponsor DJ Akira (the guy with the crazy mohawk) and have become good friends with the group from our hometown. Downsiid was formed in 2000 by drummer Rich ‘B.rich’ Burgos in Killeen,Texas. The band entered the Central Texas music scene as a 4 piece that was a lot harder sounding and rougher than the Downsiid fan’s know today. The band originally was made up mostly of U.S Army soldiers stationed at Ft. Hood, Texas. B.rich started looking to make some line-up changes. Singer Jason ‘String’ Atwood joined the band after a chance meeting with ‘B.rich’ at a local Tattoo Shop that String owned, and the voice of Downsiid was found. In 2003 DJ Akira MC joined the band bringing Hip-Hop, turntablism, samples and a hype man into the mix. Jeff ‘Spanish’ Scott, George Dell, and Joe Clinard complete the band on lead guitar, guitar/vocals and bass respectively. Downsiid has enjoyed independent success with their releases: ‘Karma: The Rebirth’ and ‘The Evolution of Ghetto Rock’. They have toured the country on self funded tours to include their annual indie fest ‘The Siid Show: Rock N Roll Circus‘, which is in it’s 5th year and now includes 8 Texas cities, “Girls, Grills and Guitars Tour” and “The Freedom Tour” which took them to