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IR: SoCal Point Blank #1 – Fight From Above

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This last night I met up with Suzy of the new Cognitive Collective music site, deep in the jungles of Tarzana at a legendary strip mall style venue where the excellent LA based rock group, Fight From Above happened to be playing.

Fight from Above has just released their new six song EP entitled ‘It’s Just Something to Say’ which you can pick up at CD Baby here. Also, if you are in the area you can check them out at the Roxy on May 18th. The song featured here is entitled ‘East Coast’, the 5th track off their new six song EP.

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Also, for those of you wondering about how Coachella ’07 went, here’s an intro from Suzy’s first hand account over at the Cognitive Collective site:

“Once again, Coachella Music and Arts Festival has come and gone and this festival goer is still left in the clouds! If you have not yet had the pleasure to attend one, I highly recommend checking it out next year. I am sure you will find yourself attending again each year after!

The thing that kept impressing me this year was how huge this event has gotten! Coachella Valley really has become the hot spot for festivals, and being a part of it each year, watching it grow, is a real treat. The global representation this year was phenomenal! So much talent from all over the world. And so many fans traveled to Indio to endure the blistering heat while they enjoyed the tunes from their favorite bands, and discovered new ones to take with them when they return home. Out of the many I met, only two lived in America!”

Read the entire write up with descriptions of three days worth of performances at the new SoCal based music site: http://www.cognitivecollective.com/