Musician Maddie Ross

MADDIE ROSS DOES THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

photo by Jayme Satery Maddie Ross wants a cheerleader girlfriend, an English teacher boyfriend, and Liv Tyler at the end of the world (who wouldn't)? She is making space: for herself, for queer kids struggling, for anyone who enjoys traditional bubblegum pop with a...
Musician Kyan Palmer

KYAN PALMER DOES THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

photo by Christina Boemio Kyan Palmer's thesis project, "Burn Mona Lisa", is where he got his start. That, and, working in the shadows of the industry. The Los Angeles-based songwriter is responsible for crafting tunes for powerhouses like Little Mix and the people...

LAKE LADY DOES THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

photo by Russell C. Park Musician, actress, and film scorer Charise Sowells or, Lake Lady, focuses on what she likes rather than what she doesn't. As a former head of the Deli Magazine's branch in Austin, TX, Lake Lady believes firmly in supporting art she believes...

SOUNDS & THE CITY

Sounds and the City

emphasizes the city; we are dedicated to Los Angeles artists. We give a platform to both native and new dwellers with the occasional spotlight on visitors from around the world. -Natalie Durkin

emphasizes the city; we are dedicated to Los Angeles artists. We give a platform to both native and new dwellers with the occasional spotlight on visitors from around the world. -Natalie Durkin

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