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KFOG - No Name’s Record Room: The Love Dimension

By Sam Hustis

Call them a band, call them a collective, definitely call them “groovy.” 

With a rotating lineup of 80+ members, The Love Dimension might not seem like a typical band, whatever this vibey psychedelica-meets-90s-grunge band from the Bay Area is doing, it’s working. We met up with Jimmy L. Dias (guitar/vocals), Amy Jane Cronkleton (vocals), Celeste Obomsawin (vocals/percussion/flute), Devin Farney (keyboard/vocals), Michael Summers (bass), and Robinson Kuntz (drums) to talk about what it means to go to “the love dimension,” what creative collaboration is like within a music collective, and what it’s like balancing parenthood and being in a band. 

Connect with The Love Dimension on their website, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

idobi Sessions: The Love Dimension – “When Soul Love Begins”

Somewhere where the 60s, 90s, and 21st century meet sits The Love Dimension. The musical collective channels the essence of their San Francisco home-base into their tunes made for good vibes and singing along. 

Recently, they dropped by the idobi studios to perform not one, but two tracks exclusively for us. Watch “When Soul Love Begins”above, and “Get Real Wild” with the band here.

Gone Fishkin - #031: Promise of Redemption, The Love Dimension

We know, we know… Gone Fishkin took a week off for the holidays, and you haven’t been the same without your regular dose of pop punk and bad jokes. Never fear, because Fish is back this week from his hometown to give you a run down on East and West coast Fishmas, “Always Be My Baby” by Mariah Carey, and recap 2016 in music. 

First up this week, Shane from Valencia and Promise of Redemption joins the show to discuss writing again, putting out a vinyl, and using music as a type of therapy. He also talks about heading out on tour, and the MySpace days. 

Next up, listen in to hear from The Love Dimension, a San Francisco based rockabilly collective. The group joins Gone Fishkin to play some acoustic tracks, and chat aesthetics, puns, and surfer vibes.