Suburban Rhythm was a ska punk band from Long Beach, California. Formed in 1990, the band had a short-lived career. They played numerous shows in small-venue clubs with many now famous O.C. bands opening their performances, including Sublime, No Doubt, and Reel Big Fish. Suburban Rhythm met with many internal band conflicts and roster changes and broke up in 1994. Three years later in 1997 their only full-length album, Suburban Rhythm was released.
In August 1989, vocalist Dennis Owens, guitarist Jake Kline, keyboardist Rodi DelGadillo, bassist Deryke Cardenaz, and drummer Christine Tasche formed a band called The Silent Invasion, which played one show shortly before Tasche left the band. The remaining members decided to change the band's name to Suburban Rhythm; Ed Kampwirth replaced Cardenaz on bass while Carlos de la Garza, drummer for Cerritos ska band The Trenchtown Invaders, filled the band's drum slot.Читать далее в Википедии...
- Suburban Rhythm [06.1997, прочее]