So if this music is so relevant to that so called California sound, why doesn’t exist anymore? In this modern age of new fusion music, where musicians always recall some retro music for combination of some modern stuff, you have to ask a question why this California sound is always forgot. But with new directions, everything could change. For instance, a band called 26 Red Tred is a good example for reviving this sound. They don’t look like The Beach Boys, but the soul of the band can be heard in their songs. That’s because music became so evolved that derivatives od California sound can be heard in other genres. Like in the early ’90s there was a southern California punk rising that focused on the original sound developed by the likes of The Ramones, The Clash, Sex Pistols, Stiff Little Fingers, and The Misfits. Some of the bands that started this change back to a more streetpunk 1977 style were Cell Block 5, The Exploding Fuck Dolls, The Stitches, U.S. Bombs, Schleprock, Agent 51, FISHHEAD, and John Cougar Concentration Camp. This new style would later influence bands like The Generators, The Briggs, Time Again, Die Hunns, and also re-fueled reunions of old school bands like Youth Brigade, The Descendents, Screaming Bloody Marys (Dr Dream) and even some Black Flag performances.