Slightly Stoopid brings summer vibes to Houston with special guests Iration

Record-setting temperatures wouldn’t stop the Houston crowd from packing the lawn at White Oak Music Hall on Sunday. Despite the scorching Texas heat, concert-goers lined up as early as 3 P.M to see two of the most popular reggae bands on their Sounds of Summer Tour.

Opening up the show was Iration, an alternative/reggae group of musicians formed in Isla Vista, CA. A deep-rooted reggae influence infused with elements of rock and pop to create smooth original sounds – “We’re all about love”, states the band. The Hawaiian–bred musicians spread their original sound and Aloha spirit in summer party fashion.

Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid, the Ocean Beach, California based group, took the stage just before sunset. Their show consisted of flying beach balls, feel-good jams, and guest performances by Chali 2na of Jurassic 5 and Rashawn Ross of Dave Matthews Band. Nearly two decades into their artistry, Slightly Stoopid continues to progress into new musical territory, defining their signature sound while creating a contagious feel-good vibe that has its own lifestyle and subculture… and it’s been done entirely on their own terms.

Recently, Slightly Stoopid’s song “One Bright Day”, featuring singer/songwriter Angela Hunte, from the band’s most current album, Meanwhile … Back at the Lab, was brought to life in a new animated video. The video is comprised of visuals procured from large canvas paintings donated by Hawaii-based artist and aspiring pro surfer Danielle Zirk. Original art from the video was auctioned, with proceeds donated to The Global BrightLight Foundation, providing practical, affordable solar energy solutions to rural communities that currently lack access to electricity. Find auction info and watch the full video at slightlystoopid.com/onebrightday.

Iration

Iration

Iration

Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid

Adrian Salinas
Adrian Salinas is a photographer in Houston. See his photos at instagram.com/adriansa_.

Slightly Stoopid brings summer vibes to Houston with special guests Iration

Record-setting temperatures wouldn’t stop the Houston crowd from packing the lawn at White Oak Music Hall on Sunday. Despite the scorching Texas heat, concert-goers lined up as early as 3 P.M to see two of the most popular reggae bands on their Sounds of Summer Tour.

Opening up the show was Iration, an alternative/reggae group of musicians formed in Isla Vista, CA. A deep-rooted reggae influence infused with elements of rock and pop to create smooth original sounds – “We’re all about love”, states the band. The Hawaiian–bred musicians spread their original sound and Aloha spirit in summer party fashion.

Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid, the Ocean Beach, California based group, took the stage just before sunset. Their show consisted of flying beach balls, feel-good jams, and guest performances by Chali 2na of Jurassic 5 and Rashawn Ross of Dave Matthews Band. Nearly two decades into their artistry, Slightly Stoopid continues to progress into new musical territory, defining their signature sound while creating a contagious feel-good vibe that has its own lifestyle and subculture… and it’s been done entirely on their own terms.

Recently, Slightly Stoopid’s song “One Bright Day”, featuring singer/songwriter Angela Hunte, from the band’s most current album, Meanwhile … Back at the Lab, was brought to life in a new animated video. The video is comprised of visuals procured from large canvas paintings donated by Hawaii-based artist and aspiring pro surfer Danielle Zirk. Original art from the video was auctioned, with proceeds donated to The Global BrightLight Foundation, providing practical, affordable solar energy solutions to rural communities that currently lack access to electricity. Find auction info and watch the full video at slightlystoopid.com/onebrightday.

Iration

Iration

Iration

Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid

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