Sounds and the City

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SOUNDS & THE CITY

JUNK MADE ILL DO THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

Brooklyn-based band Junk Made Ill recently completed a 3 show stint in Los Angeles, playing famed Angeleno haunts including the Whisky a Go-Go and Silver Lake Lounge. The band, comprised of Jaime Lynn, Trevor Collins, and David Maldonado are self-proclaimed...

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JUNK MADE ILL DO THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

EMILY ZUZIK DOES THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

Currently, I’m finishing production on two records–the first is an Americana rock album produced by Ted Russell Kamp and the second is a side project with my frequent collaborators Josh Ricchio and Kolby Wade. The rock album is a more traditional band in a studio kind of vibe. Read More
Emily Zuzik, musician

SAMIA is like your friend from high school

Photo by Aria Herbst The one you passed notes with about boys in class. The one you found at a party taking down observations in the Notes app. The one you stayed up with past 2 a.m. talking about the mundanity of teenage life and sharing the little clarity you...

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Samia photo by Aria Herbst

GINGEE DOES THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

I love anything cosmic, so I love Gingee: a bona fide, self-made goddess. Her creative prowess spawns an array of mediums, from spoken word poetry to 'zines to her main gig making "Filipinx Global Bass". She flows with the cycle of solstices and equinoxes and...

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DOES THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

AIKO TANAKA DOES THE TRIBELA COMICS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

photo via AikoTanaka.com/Gallery I like Aiko Tanaka because she doesn't care if you think she's weird. She does, however, care about clicking with her audience. She also cares about her niece and nephew, for whom she wrote a children's book. Aiko Tanaka doesn't...

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AIKO TANAKA DOES THE TRIBELA COMICS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

KATIE FERRARA DOES THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

Katie Ferrara's sound places me in a coffee shop: I'm sipping a house blend and reading the paper in some folksy joint, letting her melodies clear my head. It's Sunday music; it's food for the soul. The Los Angeles-native makes "funky, ethereal indie pop." Loyal to...

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Katie Ferrara, Weightless

DANIEL WEBB DOES THE TRIBELA COMICS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

photo by Kelly Dwyer   Daniel Webb brings Queer Southern Charm to stages across Los Angeles. From performing in drag as Toyota Lopez to dazzling audiences with stories of crippling single-dom, Webb's bright disposition and bubbly nature evokes neo southern...

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Comedian Daniel Webb

KYLE ROGAN DOES THE TRIBELA MUSICIANS ACROSTIC INTERVIEW

"I try to be incredibly honest and raw in my writing using wordplay and metaphor. Most of it is just about figuring life out." T Natalie Durkin (TribeLA Magazine): Give yourself and your work a tagline and tell us why. Kyle Rogan: Working to make 'Lil Sebastian...

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The Making of the Jessica Jones Video starring Jin Kim for Marvel Studios

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Happy Birthday Synthia SAINT JAMES!!!

“I’ve been told that I have a golden and magnetic aura, and love that description which I hope to always live up to. I think of myself as a 68 year old petite woman with the heart and energy of a child. I’m always open and love to embrace new ideas, and creative challenges.”

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Meet Alexandra Dillon!

A native of Los Angeles, Alexandra Dillon received her B.A. in film from UCLA, then returned to her lifelong passion for making art. Her love of Old Master painting led her to study classical realism in Florence, Italy, then New Orleans, finally settling in Venice, CA. She has since appeared in group and solo shows in Los Angeles.

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TribeLA Magazine has named William Wray the “Artist to Watch” for 2018! 

An eclectic artist, William Wray appeals to a wide range of tastes, styles, and superheroes. From his iconic Superman that graced the Pink Art Show to forlorn moments shared by “Partners in Crime,” Wray continues to wow us. He pulls on the heart strings of his subjects not just with Sesame street characters or with Tinker Bell, but also in his landscapes…

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