LA-based producer Elohim joins Alison Wonderland on the road this fall for the remainder of the FMUOASL Tour. The artists have recently finished performing through the Midwest, Canada, and East Coast and will be tackling the West Coast in October with a stop at The Novo in Los Angeles on October 13, 2017.
Pompeya has been crafting groovy indie pop hits in Moscow, Russia since 2006. Though they’re located a continent away in colder lands, Pompeya's music is much more reminiscent of sunnier days and joyful times.
Holy Wars’ frontwoman Kat Leon has transformed personal tragedy into artistic creation. After the loss of both parents in 2015, grief engulfed Leon and she took time off from music to mourn. Months later, journal entries and snippets of melodies began to emerge through the healing process, and Leon began to write songs, only this time with bare emotions and upfront exteriors. Come 2017, the brew of saddness, isolation, life and death, and rebirth resulted in Holy Wars. Nick Perez, collaborator with Leon in their previous project Sad Robot, regrouped with Leon to act as Holy Wars' producer.
ZoukOut, Asia’s only dusk-to-down electronic festival, has vamped up it’s lineup leading up to the festival on December 8-9, 2017. Robin Schulz, Claptone, and Gui Boratto will be joining Flume and Marshmello on stage along with many others on stage at Siloso Beach in Singapore.
Treasure Island, about 4 miles from the coast of San Francisco, was blessed with sunny, clear skies last Saturday and Sunday for the 9th annual Treasure Island Music Festival. Hosted by Noise Pop and Another Planet Entertainment, two major concert production companies in the San Francisco bay area, Treasure Island showcased diverse genres of music, skillfully crafted art installations, craft food and vendors, and friendly attendees.