Posts tagged with ‘ECHO’
This woman, Alynda Lee Segarra, is making a stamp on American folk tradition and your ears need to hear her out. If you’re listening to her newest album, “Small Town Heroes,” then you gotta give her the credit the music industry folks have. The album earned her impeccable reviews from NPR, The New York times to Mojo and paste, earning her a breakout performance at the 2013 Newport Folk Festival. Reimagining American roots music.
Growing up in the Bronx, she traveled to New Orleans where she explored her talent and rediscovered her passion for her art. Her stories are told through her songs on her newest album where she shows special reverence for the city.
At the forefront of a new generation of American folk music, you MUST see her live at The Echo this Friday
Be apart of the riff raff with a little tune we leave you here
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Turbo Lightning Record Release Show
Sunday, November 17th, 2013 at The Echo
DIANE COFFEE (Shaun Fleming of Foxygen)
Nashville’s Those Darlins encompass a garage rock, country- punk sound on their third album, Blur the Line. Touring, supporting the likes of The Black Keys, and Deer Tick, they have come a long way since they formed in 2006. If their album art doesn’t entice you, their witty lyrics weigh an intimacy with a wide range of dynamic means, making them more than just a lo-fi punk band.
Watch This Though:
Jim Stager (Bass-Vocals)
Who Are These Folks:
Legendary desert punks, the Meat Puppets, have carved a unique niche for themselves with an unmistakable blend of cosmic country and punk rock filtered through countless acid trips, dog-eared comic books and their eclectic record collections. Along the way they’ve earned the admiration of a pantheon of critics and rock music peers.
Why They’re Hot:
Glacier, Teen Daze’s third full-length album balances all time favorite indie pop and the ambient electronic vibe. Drums and harmonic synthesizers explore the forestry sound on Glacier. Their entire album, an inspiring push, shines through like the sun, creating warmth in a crispy atmosphere. Instrumental layerings on many compositions through the album, builds anticipation and sways emotions
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Monday, November 4th, 2013 at The Echo…
The Echo & KROQ Locals Only Present…
Monday Night Residency with Night Terrors of 1927
Why We Love ‘Em (…and you should too):
Imagine a band with minimal web presence, shrouded in mystery. OH wait here they are. This duo, made up by Jarrod Gorbel and Blake Sennett offer an orchestrated electro pop, romantically crafted sulky sound. What else do we know about them? Well, they’re from LA, thanks to their sound cloud page. Their Facebook was just created and they’re Twitter isn’t active. Besides that, these two want us to remotely focus on their resume of music and nothing else. And well, we can definitely do that.
Give it a ring:
Monday, November 4, 2013 at The Echoplex
The Echo, Independent FM, and LA Weekly Present..
Why You Should See This:
Touring with acts like The Flaming Lips, the Fiery Furnaces, and Mary Timony among many others, these guys are unpredictable. Past albums cover experimental, indie-rock, and noise pop but Deerhoof has admitted they don’t know what they do or think when they create their music and never know what kind of music they will make next. OKAY THEN. What we do know is that their high-energy and eclectic tunes will keep you dancing along for days.
Give it a hit: