Following her groundbreaking and immersive “light + space” music experience last year in Brooklyn – self-described as “Studio 54 in outer space” – the “technicolored synthpop powerhouse” (Nylon) and her band return to the West Coast for a one-off performance.
The award-winning spoken-word artist, one of the most celebrated poets in their field, presents their HEY GALAXY Tour, featuring solo readings and musical accompaniment from new album HEY GALAXY (Tender Loving Empire). Of Gibson's writing and live performance, The Rumpus said, "Gibson had charged the air…with electricity" while Curve stated, "Gibson's way with words will make the tough weak in the knees."
Fresh off the release of Gumbo Unplugged (Morton Records), a single-take live album featuring a 22-piece supergroup and sweeping orchestral touches, the GRAMMY-nominated multi-faceted musician stirs up the soulful sound of his native New Orleans for an intimate show in LA.
NPR Music named Cowles one of its 2018 Slingshot artists because of “high-energy, thoughtful rock ’n’ roll” that finds its greatest expression live. He’ll feature songs from his raucous yet reflective solo debut, How To Be Okay Alone (6/15 via Dine Alone), highlighted by “Keep Moving,” an “Americana-tinged rock gem” (Baeble Music).
The critically acclaimed string collective known for its “sonic perfection” (Nerdist) returns to LA after selling out the Troubadour. The group will preview new music from an upcoming album to be announced soon, as well as selections from its latest release, VSQ Performs Hits of 2017 – Vol. 2 (CMH Label Group).
The critically acclaimed string collective adds a second LA show. The group known for its “sonic perfection” (Nerdist) previews new music from an upcoming album to be announced soon, as well as selections from its latest release, VSQ Performs Hits of 2017 – Vol. 2 (CMH Label Group).
The Pharrell-endorsed electric soul prodigy headlines the storied venue for the first time. Playing music from debut LP They Might’ve Even Loved Me, the Prince-esque guitarist and vocalist delivers an electrifying live show alongside his powerful three-piece all-female band, creating “an eclectic mix of sexy soul, slick R&B and Afrocentric rock and roll” (I-D).
The Texas native with a "booming, crooning voice in the same ballpark as Roy Orbison or Johnny Cash" (Austin Monthly) previews new music while opening for Colter Wall. His solo debut, My Gospel (Lightning Rod Records), earned praise from Rolling Stone Country, Vice Noisey and Stereogum, which named it one of the best country albums of the year.