Listen to the new Cry Babe EP "Be Cool" now!
Pilar Violet Pennell is an artist and film photographer creating in moments of intimate space and color. Much of her recent work from her photo journal, By Midnight, captures those moments from a raw and dark space. She uses self portraiture as a method of exploring and healing wounds, and deconstructing learned preconceptions of the body and mind. She works primarily in 35mm, and has just relocated from NYC to Portland, Oregon.
Juicefest is an annual event taking place in west Los Angeles, CA. The event features a variety of local bands, artists, and vendors, aiming to bring together the creative youth of Los Angeles.
Pictured Bands: Street Play, The Campbells, Truck Box, and Sunset Crater.
Tula is a Venice born and raised musician and photographer who curates and plays shows on the westside and documents the youth counterculture of Los Angeles.
A little about Scott Free: A fan of punk rock rock and DIY music. I also like shooting drag queens, kings, and other artists. I only like shooting mostly small DIY and punk venues in LA and surrounding So Cal. I go out a lot, 4 nights a week. I am always looking for new bands to see, new places to hang out and to meet artists. I also work as a wardrobe stylist in the music business - styling bands and working on music videos.
Quote from Spaceland Presents: After 2 years as an underground DIY event, Los Angeles band Liily are bringing the 2019 version of their festival Brekfest to the Echo LA every Tuesday of January starting the 8th. Hosted by their LA based indie label Flush Records and Spaceland Presents, this new iteration of Brekfest will feature an absolutely over the top lineup with secret headliners each night including the best and most original artists from a burgeoning Los Angeles underground. All killer and no filler. Liily plays their own set each night and carefully curates each event to be unique.
Keep wearing your masks and following your local guidance so we can reunite at shows.
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saveourstages.com to support local venues and keep the scene alive for future generations.
Coverage dates back to August 2018.