Setting the night with tracks from their latest album, ‘I Don’t Run,’ the Orange County date of Hinds’ U.S. tour was nothing short of vivacious.
We sat down with Sean Bohrman, founder of Burger Records – currently one of the most influential lables in independent music.
Yet, musicians and fans alike persisted through the stickiness for a night both invigorating and calming.
This rag-tag team of rockers took to their vans and headed out to Texas for SXSW, where they did a handful of unofficial showcases to spread the word about the label and it’s killer musicians. Seven bands, one Airbnb, and several nights captured on film.
From song to stage, the LA based band, ‘Espresso,’ is exciting crowds with their uniquely amped-up and charismatic music. They play with absolute exhilaration that translates into their self-described “spunk” sound. Give them a listen and read on to learn about their music recommendations and occasional table building.
The Regrettes: a (mostly) girl punk band from Los Angeles California that have been taking over the local scene as we know it. Carrying their modern day “riot grrrl” persona, the group consists of lead singer and guitarist, Lydia Night, bassist Sage Chavis, guitarist Genessa Gariano, and drummer Maxx Morando.
Between the recent release of synth-pop masterpiece ‘Screen Memories’ and the increasing anticipation of his next album, ‘Addendum,’ John Maus is selling out shows across the US. This past Tuesday night at Teragram Ballroom in downtown Los Angeles was no exception.
Currently touring with the boys of Hippo Campus, the rising indie rock group, Sure Sure, took some time to chat with us via email. These artists-to-watch have surely been making a name for themselves in music since they first began in Los Angeles, California in 2014. Keep reading to learn more about how they first began, what tour’s been like, and their bright yellow house-turned-studio with a landline telephone in East LA. Their American Dream.
On January 6th, the locally loved bands Super Lunch and The Crudes took the stage at Bootleg Theater, for a show thrown by LA rock label, Penniback Records. Here’s a little collection of photos I snagged from the night.