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The Paradoks - San Francisco

ABOUT THE SONG:

"San Francisco" is the first song created by The Paradoks, written by Janet Diane Gutierrez at the age of 14. The song was recorded a couple years later in a small room of an empty building in Venice, C.A. that was being rented by a non-profit visual and performing arts organization called Pieces.

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The Paradoks - My Nature

ABOUT THE SONG:

"My Nature" is the third and final song on The Paradoks' second E.P. titled Mind Control, recorded at Bluespade 75 Studios in Whittier, C.A. Bluespade 75 Studios is the setting of various gigs where local L.A. punk, metal, psychobilly and ska bands perform live including The Paradoks.

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Who Are We?

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 It took a girl full of teenage angst to go on the hunt for others who shared one thing in common with her- a love for rock and roll. Through the defiant and disorderly underground punk scene in Los Angeles, C.A., Janet Diane Gutierrez met Juan Escalante and Chex Sarabia and the three became The Paradoks.

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Our Inspiration

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Our inspiration comes from topics such as the struggles of daily life, mental and emotional health, adulthood, our discontent with society and their standards, and our undying passion for music.

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Present-Day

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The Paradoks music is now available on Spotify, Pandora, Amazon, Instagram, and tons of other music platforms. Check out the dry mix of our set at Timewarp Records on 1/4/19:

https://soundcloud.com/kinda-sorta-music/the-paradoks-19-01-04-pre-mix

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