From CHVRCHES to Possessed: The 124th LA Weekly playlist, reviewing the musicians that we’ve been writing about all week, is are living now. There’s digital tune from DJ Livia, hip-hop from Fresco Trey, steel from Possessed, indie from CHVRCHES, rock from Starcrawler, reggae from Bob Marley, Maxi Priest and UB40, and so a lot more.
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From CHVRCHES to Possessed
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Arrow de Wilde of canopy stars Starcrawler advised us that, ““You’ll be able to’t actually pigeonhole our tune. We will be able to play with My Chem, Jack White, we simply performed with Nick Cave, after which I believe shall we play with Insane Clown Posse. Who is aware of? We’re everywhere the board. I believe any form of tune, now not even simply rock. I believe it might be cool to play with rap artists and stuff. There’s one thing about our tune. There are individuals who come to our presentations who’ve advised me they don’t most often concentrate to rock, however they prefer us. Which is cool, and really attention-grabbing to me.”
“It’s been such a lot of years since we recorded that and, additionally, we’ve new contributors with us,” mentioned guitarist Henri Money. “My brother [Bill Cash] joined us initially of quarantine and so did our new drummer Seth [Carolina]. We had been simply enjoying in combination so much all over quarantine, simply actually getting tremendous tight. It was once the herbal development of the tune that we had been making once we had been enjoying in combination.”
In “Now not Some other DJ,” DJ Livia mentioned that, “You guys are the primary to grasp I can be shedding my unmarried out quickly. I’m additionally a singer/rapper [so] keep tuned on all my social channels for more information on drop dates.”
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