Sonny and the Sunsets
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All Left Turns: An Interview with Sonny and the Sunsets
23 Jul 2013 // 12:00 AM

Sonny Smith might be the West Coast's best, least predictable songwriter, but don't try to pin him down. He followed up his 100 Records performance art project with first a country album and now a synthy, whimsical, sci-fi exploration of the afterlife. "I didn't have it all mapped out," he says. "I thought it would be fun to take a left turn ... and then another one."


Sonny & the Sunsets: Hit After Hit
15 May 2011 // 5:00 PM

Charming, '60s-indebted garage-pop done right.

Sonny and the Sunsets: Tomorrow Is Alright
28 Nov 2010 // 4:00 PM

Sonny and the Sunsets do a laidback take on '50s and '60s pop songs, including doo-wop, girl group, and b-movie sci-fi influences. They're cutesy and clever in that ubiquitous indie way.

//Mixed media

Incubus Flies High and Left of the Flock at the Santa Barbara Bowl

// Notes from the Road

"Brandon Boyd’s wide-ranging metaphysical interests have long given Incubus a deeper thematic subtext than many of their alt-rock peers, so it’s no wonder the band is approaching their 25th anniversary next year.

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