Beach Goons are merely the latest in a long line of bands to come out of Barrio Logan.
Author - Roberto Camacho
Roberto ‘Rob’ Camacho is a writer, born and raised in San Diego, CA. He is a staff-writer for La Neta Magazine & is the founder of Hip-Hop culture website Step Off! Magazine. He has a degree in Mass Communications and Media studies from Arizona State University. He often writes about criminal justice reform, music, Hip-Hop culture and Chicano culture. He resides on the West Coast.
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