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Locals Only: Fatty Cakes "Puff Patries" video, Insidethesun, and tacos

Remember when I used to blog a lot?  Those were good times!

Needless to say it's been a while since I've been able to write to you all.  Sometimes you've got all the time in the world to write about music.  And sometimes life just decides to kick you in the balls.

But all is well again and that means it's time to write about some local music!  Now, I'm pretty hungry right now, so this is gonna be more of a general overview of some of the stuff that's caught my eye.  First up, here's the new video from Fresno one-woman band Fatty Cakes!
There's no much to say about the "Puff Patries" video other than that it is audacious, it probably gives anyone who watches it diabetes, and it increases my love for Fatty Cakes tenfold.  The show this video was promoting has since passed, but you can follow her at the links below to get the latest news on all things Fatty Cakes:

Facebook
Bandcamp

Next up, the stoner metal stylings of Fresno/Coarsegold natives Insidethesun!
I have one question for these guys.  If "Inside the Sun" is all one word, how do you pronounce it?  It can't be the regular way, cause then what's the point of putting it all together?!  Is it In-si-DET-hesun? Or Insi-deth-esun.  Hmmmmmm, I do like that last one cause it has "death" in it, which I hear is a very metal thing to include in a band name.  Anyway, the songs are pretty dang good if you ask me.  It's good ol' country fried metal to hang out to while taking a ride in your monster truck.  Check out Insidethesun at the following links:

Facebook
Bandcamp

And that's it for now!  Time to get some tacos al gobenador!

Cristobal Carrillo
May 4, 2013

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