From Coi Leray to 9 Inch Nails: The 123rd LA Weekly playlist, reviewing the musicians that we’ve been writing about all week, is reside now. There’s digital song from & Buddies, hip-hop from Coi Leray, punk from Voodoo Glowskulls, rock from Todd Rundgren and 9 Inch Nails, and so a lot more.
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From Coi Leray to 9 Inch Nails
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Print megastar Todd Rundgren advised us of his parallel occupation with David Bowie that, “I feel in some ways, David Bowie is extra excessive than that. He would in fact undertake a personality and he didn’t truly smash personality a lot, even if he wasn’t on level. In different phrases, if he made up our minds that ‘now I’m an R&B singer,‘ he would absolutely embody that and get dressed like one — do his hair like one, and necessarily get into personality. I’m no longer bobbing up with characters for myself, for the good thing about the general public. I’m just about me at all times, it’s simply that I dabble in numerous other musical genres. Most commonly, as a result of I wish to be informed extra about them and perceive them higher, and in addition as it’s a great way to precise positive types of concepts. I’ve at all times dabbled in different musical paperwork, but it surely’s no longer essentially me transferring from something to every other factor. It’s me including stuff to the similar factor. I’m simply including extra facets of the place I will move to my total musical way.”
In “Now not Every other DJ,” $Buddies stated that, “For me, the &buddies sound is interestingly acquainted, with melodic overtones, lyrical vulnerabilities, and deep percussion traces that sway the soul. Every piece carries a tale vocalized by way of international electorate with giant hearts. They’re a rhythmic remembrance of the complexities of what it way to be a human. An expression of freedom and cultural collaboration and not using a limitations. &buddies song is an aim for connection and resiliency carried by way of sound.”
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