Hair. Art. Music. Performance.
Meet Underground Culture
Underground Culture is a system of high performance botanical hair care products that nourish your hair and feed your creative soul. All designed to make a difference by empowering young artists. A portion of the profits from Underground Culture products support youth Music, Arts and Performance programs.
It’s all about U, create your original hairstyle and lifestyle and rid yourself of the everyday humdrum. Underground Culture is creating the looks of today and the stars of tomorrow.
Join the Underground Culture movement and make your mark on the world. Are U In?
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We will be sponsoring the Michael McDonald Benefit Concert this month for the youth organization, @youthinteractivesb!
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The charities that Underground Culture supports are designed to foster youth participation in music, art and performance, to encourage creativity, and to enhance the quality of life and future for the youth of today.
The Fender Music Foundation has a board of many distinguished musicians and supports youth music across the nation by giving grants and donating equipment to music education programs. 'These grant recipients, which give more people the opportunity to make music, include school music classrooms, community based organizations and music therapy programs.'
New Noise Santa Barbara organizes all-ages events and gives exposure to new and up-and-coming bands. Each year New Noise has a week-long music conference in Santa Barbara where famous music personalities give talks and hold discussion groups for musicians to learn about the industry. The conference coincides with band showcase performances (for all ages!) at music venues around Santa Barbara.
Notes for Notes began in Santa Barbara and is now expanding to other cities like Nashville and Detroit. The organization works with young musicians by creating music box studios inside Boys and Girls clubs. The music box is a place where children learn how to play musical instruments, perform, record, and learn DJ techniques (all for free!).
Underground culture is currently involved mainly with music charities but our goal is to expand into art and performance and we are making connections and associations to do just that!