The bar will be latest watering-hole and restaurant to open up on a rapidly gentrifying strip of Figueroa near the Highland Park Gold Line station Read More »
The music used to be located in Echo Park Read More »
“People that don’t even have a record player come in here and buy vinyl just because they want to capture a relic of music past” Read More »
The second story music hall can hold 500 people Read More »
As a Latino band playing in the largely white Indie rock scene, The Tracks have an opportunity to shake things up. Read More »
The music ranges from house to ska and from punk to Latin Read More »
“I loved the mystique of it, and I wanted to use it in something" Read More »
Think of Isaac Rother and The Phantoms as that warm sounding tune emanating from a juke box in a Tiki bar catching fire on the Fourth of July. The sound is knee-buckling simple. Take some 1950’s roadhouse blues and let it yellow in the sun for a few decades, soaking up the years on the windowsill like sun tea.
In Los Angeles, the word winter could be accompanied by air quotes. It’s a mythical promise, a snow icon on the calendar that never graces the city. It’s just a name for the band Winter voiced by Samira Winter, who sings in colorful dream infused intonations.
EAGLE ROCK -- The sound of voices boldly singing in harmony bursts from the doorway of Mary Rose O’Leary home like a herald from another time. This is Sacred Harp singing, and the neighbors are used to it.
Early on, Dunes showcased an appreciation for space, allowing vocals to bloom while guitars and drums sent out ripples in a steady pace throughout. Caught up in the harmonies was a certain haze, like an impressionist painting, fraying the overlap between singer Stephanie Chan’s vocals and the group’s instruments.
Sunday, February 1
The last impressions of a dream are not the vague images that dot our memory, but the weakness in our muscles that reminds us our body was vulnerable just a few minutes before. Vulnerability plays a large role in Sacred Destinies ...Read More »
Something fearless perches atop the mantle of the Echo Park band Tülips, adorned with riot grrrl sensibilities and framed with an untethered joy. The obvious ... Read More »