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PHOTO REVIEW: Implants at The Observatory in Santa Ana

Written By | Aug 3, 2016

LOS ANGELES, August 3, 2016 — On July 24, Cyber Tracks recording artists Implants opened for Face To Face at The Observatory. Implants took the stage with all the ferocity of a 1990s punk band, which made you instantly feel that 2016 was a time with flying skateboards in the still distant future. Implants set the tone for an evening that later included Guttermouth and Face To Face.

For those who have never been lucky and/or wise enough to catch an Implants show, you’re missing out. With the recent addition of veteran punk bass player Matt Riddle, this punk rock super group surely has become awfully super, or terribly super? No, that sounds bad. They have become awesomely super, yes, that’s it, awesomely super. Look for a new Implants EP on Cyber Tracks this September. 

The following is a photo review of the Implants’ set as seen through the lens of photo journalist Tali Winshman.

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ALL PHOTOS BY TALI WINSHMAN




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Kevin Wells

Kevin J. Wells was born and raised in the Los Angeles area in a town called Montrose. He is the Sports Editor and a baseball and punk music columnist at Communities Digital News. He also writes for New Noise Magazine and currently plays guitar for and is a founding member of the Los Angeles punk rock band, Emmer Effer.