Adrian Gamboa


Adrian Gamboa-Dreams

Adrian Gamboa-Dreams

Had the opportunity to sit down with Riversides own AG. We talked music, inspirations, and goals for the rest of the year. Most only know AG as a rapper, but he’s a multi talented artist from design to making his own beats! With over 10 years of experience in building his music career, he shows no signs of slowing down. Fresh off the stage at The Peppermint Club, AG prepares us for new music & a new music video which drops today. If you haven’t already you can follow him here to stay updated with all of his projects!

I’m the modern day George Michael.
— AG



Question 1: What inspired you?

Experiences inspire me. Day to day moments and feelings/emotions felt during those specific moments. I think when we take a step back, we can see that the only thing we really have are memories and in those memories there are emotions that resonate and if you dig deep to figure out those emotions you can find human truths that in turn inspire songs. I’ve been trying to focus on that. I try to make music that feels honest and true to my life. Whether it’s a song that’s more introspective or a high energy cocky trap song. Everything’s an emotion I’ve felt based on a specific story in my life.


Question 2: What advice do you have for the youth aspiring to be artist?

The only advice I’d really give is to always be hypercritical of yourself as an artist. Never think that you have it figured out. Always feel like someone is outworking you and for that same reason be on the look out for things to learn and improve. Focus on creating a story for people. Creating art has an influence on happiness for both the individual and the public. Realize how powerful that is and try to create a relevant world for humans to exist in.


Watch his new video “Dreams” now!


Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power brings you 20 years of American art history from the years 1963-1983; history some may know and others you might have missed in the history books growing up. The Broad put together a great exhibition to shed light on Black artist during a time period that was rather harsh for their culture. Please allow yourself to be inspired by the art below, to do so view with an open mind. Enjoy!


Takashi brings another exhibition to Beverly Hills

but this time for a solo show. This gallery presents variations of interconnected

imagery with amazing detail. The last day to view this exhibit is April 13th, so

you only have a few more days to check it out. However, for those who can’t

please enjoy the gallery below.



Desert X 2k19

Ever wonder what else there is to do in the desert besides go to Coachella….well for their second time around Desert X has put together another site specific contemporary art exhibition in the Coachella Valley. Every piece is unique to the location and most are interactive. The exhibit will be open until April 21st, if you want to plan a visit you can here. But for now enjoy the amazing photos taken by Marrice & Mike or Dolla x Dunks.



Sterling Ruby


Western Flag

John Gerrard






Eric N. Mack


Lover’s Rainbow

Pia Camil


A Point of View

Iván Argote


Terminal Lake

Steve Badgett & Chris Taylor


Going Nowhere

Julian Hoeber

Ghost Palm

Ghost Palm

LA Art Show (2019)

The biggest art show of the year!

More than 100 galleries from over 18 countries all in one place;

the LA Art show is the biggest show of the year with a

200,000 square feet venue allowing a one-of-a-kind experience.