Loveblind: the concept that love is not only blind, but blinding; the hard edge of metal fused with jazz, hip hop, electronica, R&B, and grunge; exploring the joy and pain of the human experience. These are the ingredients of each track.
Loveblind began weaving this unique brand of music on the tapestry of east Los Angeles county’s local scene in January of 2016. One year later and the world was being introduced to the Hacienda Heights-based group via Reverb nation.
Their upcoming full-length release, The Process, is a journey into the psychology of grieving. Each track is a highlight of the steps we go through when we experience loss, from the darkness of denial to the hope of acceptance. Co-dependency, addiction, obsession, and indoctrination are sub-topics that wend their way through these pieces.
Loveblind is set to take the world stage, sharing their vision in ways that are sure to leave audiences thinking, and feeling more connected to one another at the most primal levels.
How did you hear about us?
Poze Radio gave us a like on our Reverb Nation page, so we fanned y'all back. Liked what we read on the Reverb Nation page. Then we were invited to join up here. We figured, cool, we could use some love....
What is your profession (singer, rapper, songwriter, poet, dancer, model, music fan, etc.)?
Loveblind is a collaborative effort between members
How many members are in your band?
There are three members in Loveblind---Larry Arrieta (lead guitars), John Lucero (bass guitar, drums, programming, production), and John Torres (rhythm guitar, programming, production, vocals)
What is your style of music?
We describe ourselves as alternative, but listeners will hear a wide variety of influence in our music
Who are your influences in the music industry?
That is a looooooooooooooooong list.... here are a few...
Soundgarden, Digable Planets, The Prodigy, Esperanza Spalding, Sade, Tool, Hank III, Alice In Chains, Primus, Death, ad infinitum....
After a 4 year hiatus, Kansas’ producer Speezy Wonder has released his first self produced mixtape since loosing his eyes due to a gunshot. Laced with auto tune ballads and introspective lyricism, March Madness is A demonstration of the Blind producers versatility and ability to still create vivid music despite the nature of his disability. Release date, March 21, 2019.Check out March Madness on all streaming services and online store! …See More