Your Weekly Weekend Music Mix

  MUSIC INSTA-BABE: Jhene Aiko Jhene Aiko is an R&B, soul singer with the voice of an angel who is of mixed race background: her mother is of Japanese, Spanish and Domincan Descent, while her father is of African American, Yaqui, Choctaw, Cherokee, Navajo and German Jewish descent. What ever she is, she is superContinue reading “Your Weekly Weekend Music Mix”

Valerie June | Wiltern Theater | 3/25/14

One of my favorite albums of 2013 was Valerie June’s “Pushin’ Against A Stone”. Produced by Kevin Agunas and Dan Auerbach (the Black Keys), it was album that caught my ear with its seamless mix of roots, blues and folk sung by a voice that seemed to have decades of earnest life lessons behind it. Valerie June’s voiceContinue reading “Valerie June | Wiltern Theater | 3/25/14”

Hanni El Khatib and The Black Angels | Mayan Theater | 5/21/13

When it comes to music, it always pays to have an open mind. A friend of mine posted on Facebook that she had an extra ticket to see The Black Angels at the Mayan Theater. It was a weekday (which is typically a no-go for me due to my typical work load) but I’d always beenContinue reading “Hanni El Khatib and The Black Angels | Mayan Theater | 5/21/13”

Toddchella | Part II | The Record Company

Continued from Toddchella | Part I | Tijuana Tears I had noticed people behind me dancing with little LCD light bracelets, and I asked around to see where they got them. I was informed that a photography company named Harmonic Light was taking psychedelic pictures for the party, so I head into the nearby room (withContinue reading “Toddchella | Part II | The Record Company”

A Year of Concerts: 2012, 24 Concerts, 1 Favorite

In 2012, I was blessed to have been able to attend 24 concerts.  This being the inaugural post of my blog, I thought it may be a good way to kick things off if I listed each of the concerts in the order that I enjoyed them (starting with the least favorite, and ending withContinue reading “A Year of Concerts: 2012, 24 Concerts, 1 Favorite”