The Resinators, a Pacific Northwest band that now reside in San Diego, California are a three-piece powerhouse who offer a unique take on Rock-Reggae, with an eclectic yet cohesive sound. The Resinators’ professionalism and incredible live performances have earned them a strong following up and down the West coast.
While rapidly establishing themselves within the SoCal reggae scene, brothers Kyle and Kevin Cameron and long-time friend Broc Sanders still find time to tour the States and continue to put out new music. Their single ‘Livin’ With Lions’ released April 20th of 2019 perfectly encapsulates their unique sound. Awakening nostalgic memories of old-school dirty punk reggae alongside a new, invigorating spunk that leaves listeners wanting more. Additionally, released in October of 2020 The Resinators deliver an ultra dynamic and sonically unique EP album titled, ‘Vacation’ that exhibits great maturation and diversity to their sound. As for their latest single released April 2021, “You Got It'‘ is a pandemic driven ska anthem sure to get you moving.
It has been the Resinators’ pleasure to share the stage with other Rock/Reggae favorites including New Kingston, Sol Seed, SensaMotion, Mike Pinto, Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds, Sensi Trails, Dubbest, and Kyle Smith — just to name a few.
Motivated by an endless desire to create, perform, and grow as artists, The Resinators’s ultimate hope is to continue to travel, play shows, and hear their sound resonate around the world! #Resinate&Resonate
During the sweltering summer heat of 2018, JAMM was born from a simple Craigslist ad. Guitarist, Matt Crocco and his cousin Mitch Koff wanted to get their dream of playing live music underway in the college town of Chico, CA. When 18 year-old soon-to-be college freshman Anthony Coseo answered that Craigslist ad in the summer of 2018, none of them would have guessed what was to follow.
After meeting in late August 2018, the band put on their first show a mere three days later in the back yard of Crocco's house. The show was a major success and the boys were hooked. Every day the boys practiced in their tiny garage practice space, writing more original material and learning whatever covers would turn a backyard party into a rager. Just about every weekend, more backyard house shows were brought to fruition and pretty soon the band began landing gigs within various bars and restaurants within the city of Chico. As the years passed on, Crocco befriended his new neighbor, Ian McIssac. McIssac took a large interest in the band, being a musician himself, and soon took on the roll of bass-player. JAMM's popularity very soon extended farther than Chico, and the band began booking in the Sacramento, The Bay Area, and San Diego.
At the start of 2023, JAMM relocated to San Diego, CA permanently. With the release of their EP "Abducted" in November of 2022, the band has been visiting various different Southern California & Northern California stages and enjoying consistent growth and opportunity.
...and the story won't stop there...