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Author: Sophia Russo

Wallice @ Lodge Room [12/6/22] “LA is my favorite show ever,” Wallice says. Up on stage, she towers over a sea of cowboy hats, unif jackets, and Tik Tok inspired fits. Tonight, the Lodge Room is a Gen-Z mecca, where hundreds of Zoomers are gathered to see Indie-Pop darling Wallice. Although Los Angeles native Wallice […]

Turnstile & Snail Mail @ Shrine Expo Hall [11/4/22] As a five-foot nothing girl I was terrified. But as a punk fan, I was ecstatic. Approaching the Shrine, I saw groups of Turnstile fans of all ages wearing all black thick eyeliner. After spotting more than 15 concert-goers with septum rings, my friend turns to […]

Nilüfer Yanya @ The Roxy [4/21/22] “I’m not that good at talking on stage,” Nilüfer Yanya proclaims after shrugging off a comment from the crowd. But it’s okay. The crowd isn’t here for the banter.  As I entered the Roxy a couple hours earlier, I observed that a majority of concert goers were waiting in […]

Photography by Jennifer Uskolovsky On a cold, uncharacteristically foggy night in La Brea, Puma Blue creates the perfect warm getaway.  Although Jacob Allen, known as Puma Blue, calls himself an indie/alternative singer, there isn’t a label that can encompass the range and depth of his music. His older singles incorporate elements of cool jazz, whereas […]

Photos by Jennifer Uskolovsky Upon entering the Lodge Room’s intimate space, it was clear that the crowd was Wet with anticipation.  Hailing from Brooklyn, Wet has been a notable fixture in the indie scene for over six years. They have frequently pushed boundaries by blurring the lines between pop, alternative rock, and R&B. This tour […]