YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD INDIE CHORUS WERE ALMOST REALITY TV STARS. T Natalie Durkin (TribeLA Magazine): Give yourself and your work a tagline and tell us why. Silver Lake Chorus: Your friendly neighborhood indie chorus. R ND: What got you started in music? What is...


Sounds and the City 01.04.2018 Feature: Katie Cunningham

Get to know Suburban Chanteuse Katie Cunningham as we trek around her native La Canada in her gold Jeep. Born on the east coast, Cunningham, an “r&b pop fusion” artist, spent part of her formative years in Colorado before moving farther west to La Canada...

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Fake Furs Does the TribeLA Musicians Acrostic Interview

 Meet Eagle Rock's "Dirty Velvet" Rockers. T Natalie Durkin (TribeLA Magazine): Give your band a Tagline. Sonny Wong (Fake Furs): Two boys making noise. László Bolender (Fake Furs): Reviving ghosts and setting them on fire since 1989. R ND: What got you started in...

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ART TODAY 09.29.17: Moon Fruit by Molly Kirschenbaum aka Moollz with podcast interview by Natalie Durkin

This was the cover art for my first EP! I put this one in here because I have always felt a very strong connection to the moon, and I think it represents a very strong energy for a lot of my friends, as well. I also have always loved children’s book illustrations, which inspired this cover. Making this was definitely one of those “what if” pieces for me, where I just kind of let my imagination do its thing. What if you peeled open the moon and there was a 14.6 million square mile kiwi inside?
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Sounds and the City 09.15.2017 “My Little Alien” by Kate Nash

An Angeleno by way of London, Kate Nash's visuals in My Little Alien evoke bohemian, desert-centric Southern California nostalgia. "My Little Alien" is lyrically reminiscent of 60s girl group love songs dedicated to their heartthrobs and Nash's canine companion is the object of her Supremes-reminiscent infatuation.
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Sounds and the City 09.01.2017 “The Weekend” by Sizzy Rocket

The Weekend,” written in Sizzy’s San Fernando Valley bedroom, swells with audible pangs of nostalgia. While the track is wholly raw and personal, the verses incorporate a coffee table aspect; it’s as if you’re sitting across from Sizzy as she recounts her time with this girl. The track’s visions of snowy Manhattan roof tops and faded red solo cups evoke the cross-coastal memory of love on the weekend.
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