Author: Michelle Le
Photographs by Gaby Lopez There was an undeniable energy in the air, even before the concert had begun. Debuting their new album “Harmony House”, one of Dayglow’s stops was at The Fonda. Before the concert, Dayglow’s discography was one that would accompany plenty of roadtrips, late night drives, and eventually began to signal the start […]
Photographs by Maija Fiedelholtz The Backseat Lovers and their album When We Were Friends (2019) is an album that has long frequented playlists, accompanied many road trips, late nights, and sweet moments in life. Sleepy Gonzalez and The Backseat Lovers’ names lighting up the Troubadour’s marquee; a surreal sight beckoning fans inside. Upon entering the Troubadour, […]
As we enter Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, it is imperative that we turn our eyes to Myanmar and what they have been facing for months now. As we take this month to celebrate and educate ourselves about the histories and narratives of AAPI communities, we must act in solidarity with Myanmar […]
Rosie Tucker’s “Habanero” is an anthem of self-discovery, love, and what-ifs.