Tijuana Panthers | El Rey Theatre| 10/25/13

IMG_3078A lot of good music has come out of Long Beach, California. Nate DoggSnoop Dogg and Warren G left their mark on West Coast hip-hop.  Zach De La Rocha of  Rage Against the MachineBradley Nowell, founder and vocalist of the band SublimeNo Doubt … All based out of Long Beach while coming up in the music game. Tijuana Panthers are from Long Beach too. 

Their music embodies Southern California surf rock; lo-fi, rock and roll with catchy hooks and enough juice to make you want to bounce around and bump shoulders with the person next to you. Each member of the band took their turn on lead vocals throughout the set, and each song, as far as I can recall, were quick and to the point, concise bursts of punk rock energy.

Opening for Hanni El Khatib, I thought their set was a good appetizer of what was to come. Their fans were feeling the grove as bodies were slowly forming a mosh pit, and the temperature of the venue started to rise.


  1. IMG_3076This Town
  2. Bainbridge
  3. Tony’s Song
  4. Wall Walker
  5. Push Over
  6. Father Figure
  7. Summer Fun
  8. Cherry St.
  9. Red Headed Girl
  10. Boardwalk
  11. Forbidden Fruit
  12. Baby I’m Bored
  13. Don’t Shoot Your Guns
  14. Creature
  15. Prayer Knees

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Published by dklee13

Music attorney by day. Music lover by night. Occasionally, I'll have something to share. If you like what you read, spread the word. Follow me on twitter @Methodman13 to be notified of new posts. I also have an instagram account using the same handle where I post music related pics. Thanks for dropping by!

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