10:00 PM22:00

VAVÁ / Maria Neckam / Loosh at Hotel Cafe


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Singer/Songwriters Maria Neckam and Lucia “Loosh” Stavros tour the West Coast from LA to Vancouver, joining forces with L.A.’s guitar whiz VAVÁ for a show May 25th 10pm at Hotel Cafe. The show is being presented by PLAG Presents, an LA-based collective that works to elevate the voices of women and nonbinary people in the arts.

VAVÁ is Vanessa Wheeler, formerly of the band LeoLeo. Since gaining attention from her posts on instagram, she has opened for break-out artist like Lauren Ruth Ward, and has toured nationally with The Dear Hunter and The Family Crest (winter, 2017.) Her music is made up of subconscious micro-references to Vanessa’s major influences (Brazilian, Black American, pop, rock, and progressive musical genres), which are then filtered through her guitaristic, composer/songwriter brain. Often difficult to categorize, her music has been called “genre smashing” and “jaw-dropping,” (Buzzlands LA), and “the offspring of musical genes taken from Sia, Florence, and St. Vincent (Blurred Culture.)

Maria Neckam is an Austrian-born, Brooklyn-based singer and songwriter, who has made a name for herself as a highly unique and versatile voice. She has been praised by the press -- from the New York Times to NPR's "A Blog Supreme," and Le Monde in France -- as a "trailblazer," and "natural wonder." Maria has released three well received albums under her own name and is preparing the release of her fourth, produced by Jon Cowherd (Brian Blade & the Fellowship) and Steve Wall (Lucius, Meshell Ndegéocello). Her songs fall into the realm of indie pop - with an alternative edge, reminiscent of such artists as Feist, Regina Spektor and Ani DiFranco.

Loosh describes her brand of music as, “progressive rock stylings and deep grooves with uncharted harmonic movement on harp,” Delivering distinctly feminist and political themes, Loosh performs what she calls “superBitch rock,” with searing wide-range vocals. Loosh performs all original material including selections from the debut album scheduled for release in 2018 by her five-piece band Green and Glass. A former Fulbright Scholar for music studies in Paris, Stavros has performed internationally in distinguished venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Apollo Theater, and The Universität der Künste in Berlin.


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1:00 PM13:00

PLAG Workshop: A&R in the Streaming Age


This PLAG Workshop brings together a panel of A&R representatives from record labels and music publishers to talk about who they're signing, how they find the acts they're signing, how streaming music has affected that process, and what modern record and publishing deals look like.

May 20th || 12:30pm doors || 1:00pm workshop start
The Echoplex

Moderator: Katrina Bleckley (PLAG)
:: Rachel Cragg (Nettwerk)
:: Cathy Pellow (Sargent House)
:: Amanda Samii (Kobalt)

We'll have a donation jar at the door if you would like to contribute. You can also donate on Venmo at @plagworkshops or Paypal at We're a 501(c)(3) now so you can deduct it all on your taxes! Help us keep these workshops going.

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7:30 PM19:30

PLAG x Purple Bite Present Commune with Holy Wars & Alicia Blue


PLAG Presents & Purple Bite's next Commune networking and community building night is the evening of May 18th at Stories BooksandCafe.  

Come at 7:30 for networking, community building, and wine. Music starts at 9:30pm.

Live Musical Performances by:

++ Alicia Blue @ 9:30

++ Holy Wars @ 10:30

May 18th || 7:30pm || FREE
Stories BooksandCafe

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8:00 PM20:00

Doctors & Engineers, Lions!, Smiling Beth, Surely Lorraine


moonroom presents #APAHM2018: More Visibility
Showcase co-presented by PLAG Presents
Doctors & Engineers (Indian, Japanese, & Pakistani American) | Lions!(Filipina American) | Smiling Beth (Filipina American) | Surely Lorraine 

Lot 1 | 21+ | Free

moonroom returns for its 2nd phase of The APAHM (Asian Pacific American Heritage Month) Showcases highlighting AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) artists and AAPI-fronted bands across Southern California all throughout May. 

This year's theme is 'More Visibility' as we look to continue improving representation of Asian Americans in Western culture. Join us in celebrating the Asian American and POC experiences through community, music, and performance arts.  

#APAHM Playlists

For a complete list of showcases and event links, Visit Here:

This year's edition would not have been made possible without the help and support of the following curators and sponsors:
Condina Records
Earth is a Death Star
Future Legends
Jett Kwong
Koibito 恋人
OnThree Management
PLAG Presents

Girl Underground Music
Week In Pop by Goldmine Sacks
KChung Radio
OC Weekly
Standard Studios
Sunday Jump

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1:00 PM13:00

PLAG Workshop: The Power of Brand Partnerships


PLAG Workshops return on April 28th for a discussion of brand partnerships. What are brands looking for in artist partners? What do these deals look like? How can you approach brands you are interested in working with? We'll answer it all.

April 28th || 12:30pm doors || 1:00pm workshop start
The Satellite
FREE || 21+ (sorry, kids)

Moderator: Katrina Bleckley (PLAG)
Panelists (bios below): 
:: Alisann Blood (SVP, Brand Partnerships, Maverick)
:: Zoë King (SVP, Brand Partnerships and Development, Paradigm Talent Agency)
:: Marisol Segal (Brand Partnerships Lead, Sonos)
:: Christy Willingham (Consumer marketing, Xperi)

We'll have a donation jar at the door if you would like to contribute. You can also donate on Venmo at @plagworkshops or Paypal at We're a 501(c)(3) now so you can deduct it all on your taxes! Help us keep these workshops going.

Panelist bios:

:: Alisann Blood is currently Senior Vice President, Brand Partnerships at Maverick where she leads marketing efforts and develop strategic partnerships for brands and the Maverick roster of artists, which includes Madonna, Paul McCartney, The Weeknd, Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus, among others. She has more than a decade of experience in the brand partnerships space most recently at Crush Music where she spearheaded opportunities with top global brands and Crush's roster of talent. Prior to Crush, she was Vice President of Brand Partnerships & Sync at Capitol Music Group and has held various integrated marketing roles at Steve Madden, ID-PR, Island Def Jam Music Group and Elektra Entertainment. Alisann graduated from the SI Newhouse School of Communications with a degree in Television/Radio/Film.  

:: Zoë Sonquist King is currently Senior Vice President, Brand Partnerships + Development at Paradigm Talent Agency, where she helps to identify new ways to create innovative partnerships between worldwide brands and Paradigm’s clients. The agency’s roster includes the likes of Lorde, Sia, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, Alessia Cara, and Zedd among others.

Before joining Paradigm, her experience totals over a decade in partnerships, advertising, and synch at Warner Bros Records, Capitol Music Group, ad agencies and as one of the founders of the music networking group “Synch This.” While she studied political science at the University of California in Santa Barbara, her real music education began at her college job working the counter at Just Play Music – a local indie record shop.

:: Marisol Segal is a brand marketing, content and industry relations specialist with 20 years of experience in music and technology. She has held leadership positions at a number of innovative companies including music streaming service, Rdio and global digital distributor, IODA. She currently serves as Brand Partnerships Lead for Sonos.

:: Christy Willingham oversees consumer marketing partnerships and strategy for the Xperi family of technology brands, including audio pioneer DTS and HD Radio. With more than 12 years of experience in the music and entertainment marketing industries, she preaches the importance of developing compelling and authentic collaborations between creators and brands to drive impactful engagement with consumers.

Over recent years, Christy has lead collaborations with artists including Imagine Dragons, One Republic, Young M.A, Reggie Watts, Hans Zimmer, The Jimmy Hendrix Estate, Jon Bellion, Deepak Chopra, Phantogram and Big Boi, among others. She has also spearheaded integrated marketing activations for film releases and gaming launches with studios such as Lionsgate, Universal, Warner Bros Interactive and Disney Interactive, and product launches with brands like VIZIO, Logitech, McIntosh, SteelSeries, Sound United and more. 

Prior to Xperi, Christy held various roles within Warner Music Group, starting as a college marketing rep for WEA in Louisville and followed by a move to the Marketing department out of the Warner Bros. Records’ ski lodge in Burbank. In her Marketing role, she handled end-to-end marketing programs and project managed album production and distribution for a slew of artists, including My Chemical Romance and Avenged Sevenfold, as well as composers including Tyler Bates and Atticus Ross. Christy is an LA native, holds a BSBA degree in Marketing from the University of Louisville and is a full time soccer hooligan.

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7:30 PM19:30

PLAG X Purple Bite Present Commune with Emma Cole + EasyFriend


PLAG Presents and Purple Bite are hosting our third Commune night at Stories BooksandCafe on April 20th. 

Come at 7:30 for networking, community building, and wine. Music starts at 9:30pm.

Live Musical Performances by:

++ EasyFriend @ 9:30

++ Emma Cole @ 10:30

April 20th || 7:30pm || FREE
Stories BooksandCafe

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to Feb 16

PLAG x Peach House Records Present Gavlyn, Girl Pusher, and mor


PLAG x peach house Present:

The Echoplex
Thursday, February 15
All Ages || $10 Adv // $15 DOS

With sets from:
:: Girl Pusher
:: Blimes Brixton
:: WASI (EP Release Show!)
:: Shiva Linga
:: Olivia Braga
:: Freinklin

And DJ Val Fleury spinning all night.

Plus vendors, tattoos, drink specials, food pop ups, and art.


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9:30 PM21:30

PLAG PRESENTS: Maiah Manser, AnnaChristie Sapphire, Hayley and the Crushers



PLAG PRESENTS at Harvard & Stone

Harvard & Stone
THURSDAY, November 30th,
21+ || FREE

:: Maiah Manser:: 

Noir-Pop songstress, Maiah Manser dissolves differences and builds bridges between the worlds of automation and nature. The grit and the raw in lyrics combined with her hauntingly powerful vocals, drive together to create a chilling sensation that is both concrete and abstract, in sound and in concept.

Manser discovered her love of music at the age of four while attending preschool in Bend, Oregon where she was raised by her grandmother and single mother, who had escaped her father. With a fierce independence that stems from the feminine energy she was surrounded by, Manser taught herself to play the piano and violin and eventually fled Oregon for Cornish College of the Arts. As a student, she met Mary Lambert; that chance meeting opened the door for an opportunity to tour with Lambert as a backing vocalist, opening for artists like Sam Smith, Ariana Grande and Pharrell Williams. At 20 years old she started her professional career as a solo artist.

In 2016, Manser got her taste of the festival life, shining on both the main stage of Capitol Hill Block Party and on the Mural Stage at Bumbershoot Music Festival alongside artists like Bishop Briggs, CHVRCHES, Odesza, and Crystal Castles.


:: Annachristie Sapphire:: 

Currently living in the beautiful small village of Joshua Tree, CA. The death place of Graham Parsons and birth place of many artistic visions! Just a couple hours away from Los Angeles, Annachristie has been writing and recording her newest EP "Sibling Rivalry" while soaking up the mountain views.


:: Hayley and the Crushers

You went to the beach to get a tan but were rudely interrupted by a gaggle of leather-clad beasts feasting on beer and ho-hos under the pier. Welcome to THE CRUSHERVERSE!  

Razorcake Magazine digs the San Luis Obispo, CA trio's latest release, "JEWEL CASE:" "These are syrupy sweet surf pop punk songs covering hooking up in the backseat, mermaids, gltter and young love." Pork Magazine gives a sweaty thumbs up: "punchy, punky young oldies sound reminecent of the Go-Gos .... with a sound that says drive-in movies, bubblegum, lazy beach days, and mild teenage bad behavior."


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1:00 PM13:00

PLAG Workshop #6: The Business of Radio


Regardless of what The Buggles may think, radio play and touring are still the two main market drivers and indicators of success in the American music industry. This month, we will be hosting women from both the station and the promotion side of the radio business. They're some of the best out there and we're honored to have them.

November 11 || Doors at 12:30pm || The Hi Hat || FREE

Moderator: Katrina Bleckley (Play Like A Girl)
Panelists (bios below): 
:: Kat Corbett (The World Famous KROQ)
:: Tobi Lynn (ALT987FM / KCRW)
:: Melissa Maxx (955KLOS)
:: Edie Lundeen (CO5 Music)
:: Chia Chiapetta (WestCoastChia Promotion)

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Seating is first come, first served

Tobi Lynn: Tobi Lynn is currently an on-air host and music curator for ALT987fm and KCRW in Los Angeles. More specifically, she curates and hosts ALT's Music Discovery Show and LA-centric show called Close To Home every Sunday from 8-10p PT. Formerly, in 2001 she built the music library from scratch for the college/indie channel called XMU on XM Satellite Radio in DC. She selected and programmed the music on XMU and hosted a daily indie music mid-day show for the 8 years of XM's existence prior to the satellite merger. She's originally from Indianapolis, Indiana and began her radio career in college at DePauw University's WGRE in Greencastle, Indiana. Her first legit, paying radio gig was hosting an afternoon talk show called Tobi Talk on WLBK in DeKalb, Illinois - but after three years in the cornfields she packed up her Geo Metro and moved to LA for the first time. She was a part-time on-air host at Y107fm and curated and hosted a daily indie music morning show for the groundbreaking during the dotcom heyday. 

Melissa Maxx: Once upon a time, in a far away land filled with strip malls and big hair, there lived a little girl. The land was called “Longuyland” and the little girl was known as “Missy.” Missy dreamed she would one day grow up and become a famous drummer in a rock band (like a female Keith Moon, only alive and without a drug problem). However, when Missy started school she met an evil, calorically challenged, sexist pig music teacher, who told her drums were for boys, and forced her to play the clarinet and join chorus. With a lip full of splinters and a broken heart, Missy practiced the clarinet and sang.

Until one day, in an ugly cafeteria incident, which she is still in therapy for, it was brought to Missy’s attention that she couldn’t carry a tune, and the clarinet case she carried was “geeky.” Dejected, rejected, and with pieces of cheese sticks in her pig-tailed hair she wondered, “How, oh how, will I ever be on the radio and get backstage at concerts if I’m not in a band?”

Then one day a fairy godmother appeared, disguised as the head of the school audio/visual squad, and told Missy there was an opening for a “morning announcement” person. The person who took this job would be in charge of making important announcements, like assemblies, plus get out of homeroom. Missy knew, deep down, this was her destiny. After a few more years of microphone practice, thanks to a drive through window at a local quality fast food establishment, which did not serve cheese sticks, Melissa Maxx was born.

(Fast Forward to a time when schools no longer served cheese sticks because they are bad for you.) After studying TV/ Radio broadcasting in college and several jobs in radio Markets with 90 or 91 listeners. Melissa Maxx moved to Boston and got her first major market job at WBCN where she stayed for 10 years. She then moved to Los Angeles and was the executive producer, writer and VJ for the first made for mobile rock video channel. Melissa Maxx now finds herself at the legendary KLOS and pinches herself daily (pinches-not gooses) that she gets to work with some of the most legendary air personalities in the country! Addendum. These days Melissa prefers string cheese to cheese sticks.

Edie Lundeen: Over 20 years of working in radio promotion and marketing at the following companies: Atlantic, Virgin, Lava, Capitol, Sony RED Distribution, Beggars Group and Cult. A couple years ago, launched my own promotion and marketing company, Black Dog Music Marketing and soon partnered with CO5 Music that became a brand under their umbrella. After a few shifts internally at CO5, I’m now a national director there and still hold my Black Dog brand as well.

A couple years ago, CO5 launched The Gathering in Louisville, KY that is a music showcase platform for Alternative music. The attendees that come are Alternative radio programers, music supervisors, and bloggers.

I recently branched out to artist management. My first client is No Small Children, an all female pop-punk trio based here in Los Angeles. They are three school teachers by day and rockers by night! Their songs have been featured in the recent remake of Ghostbusters and the Drew Barrymore show, Santa Clarita Diet.

Chia Chiapetta: Chia grew up in Chicago and graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in broadcast journalism. From college, she moved to LA and spent over 20 years in radio promotion at Mercury Records, Columbia Records, and the Island Def Jam Music Group, where she served as Senior Vice President Promotion, All Rock Formats. In June of 2017, she branched out to start her own promotion, marketing, and consulting company called WestCoastChia Promotion.

Chia currently lives in Hollywood with her 3 year old daughter, Juliette.

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9:30 PM21:30

PLAG Presents: True Violet, TwoLips, Cusi Coyllur


PLAG PRESENTS at Harvard & Stone

Harvard & Stone
THURSDAY, September 28th,
21+ || FREE

:: True Violet:: 

All girl American indie folk band founded in Los Angeles, California by sisters Alayna & Kayla Miller, and Jessie Covets.


:: TwoLips:: 

Alternative R&B for mixed kids from mixed kids. 


:: Cusi Coyllur

Cusi Coyllur, (coo-see coy-your), an Inca princess name, is the dark, experimental solo project of pianist, singer and mental health advocate, Shannen Roberts. “Woke Up From a Lazy Dream” music video shows the hazy, mind-altered world she, her friends and partner at the time struggled to leave and depicts her panic attacks.

“It never feels like I’m in control of my body or my thoughts when I have a panic attack and it’s as if someone else has entered my body and is forcing it to shake, hyperventilate and scream,” said Shannen.

When writing the song, she remembered when her friends at a music school in high school revealed they had tried to commit suicide or were depressed and took drugs to cope. It was a scary realization that she was overwhelmingly not alone at the time in how she felt and dealt with it. “Bipolar Lovers in Love,” her upcoming EP, expresses the extreme polarities of her life, past destructive relationships and is a tribute to her healing journey thus far.


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1:00 PM13:00

PLAG WORKSHOP #4: Pitch Perfect




A few good pieces of press can be the key to landing an opening slot on a tour, grabbing an A&R rep's attention, or bringing in new fans you may never have reached otherwise. Getting those first write-ups under your belt can sometimes seem impossible.

For this month's PLAG Workshop, moderated by Uproxx Music's Caitlin White, we have brought in a panel of female music writers and publicists to demystify the the press process.

PLAG Workshop #4 || Pitch Perfect: Navigating the World of Press and Publicity

September 23rd at 1:00pm || The Hi Hat || FREE

Moderator: Caitlin White (Uproxx Music)
Panelists (bios below): 
:: Danielle Bacher
:: Katie Bain
:: Caroline Borolla (Clarion Call) 
:: Christine Morales (Epitaph / Anti- Records)
:: Mara Shalhoup (LA Weekly)

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Seating is first come, first served

:: Caitlin White: Caitlin White has been the Managing Editor of Uproxx Music for a little over a year, but has worked in the industry for the past five years at places like Complex, MTV, Stereogum and Brooklyn Magazine. From writing personal missives about Lorde and female-driven pop music, to reporting on more serious topics like sexual assault, sexism, and discrimination, her career has continually focused on empowering and uplifting women and the LGBQT community in this field. Her expertise further extends into hip-hop and folk/country, drawing parallels between previously divided factions of music and always seeking to break down stereotypes and boundaries between disparate genres. No matter what topic she's writing about, emotional reporting and empathy remain at the core of her work.

:: Danielle Bacher:: Danielle is a journalist known for her immersive, gonzo writing style, investigative stories and being plugged into the Los Angeles entertainment, music and literary scenes. She received her B.A. in Journalism from Temple University in Philadelphia. While in school, she began her career as an intern at Magnet, a renowned music magazine. Since moving to Southern California, she has contributed to Esquire, Billboard, Rolling Stone, Men’s Journal, InStyle, GQ, Vanity Fair, Playboy, Maxim, Nylon, Men’s Health, Vice, Interview Magazine, LA Weekly and the Los Angeles Times, and served as Music Editor for the OC Weekly. In her work, she has profiled Amanda Knox after her final acquittal, musicians like Brian Wilson and Dave Navarro, actors Bill Hader, Bob Odenkirk, Nick Offerman, Charlie Hunnam and Chris Evans and legendary writer/directors David Lynch and Oliver Stone. She’s investigated Fox News and Roger Ailes, the Kesha and Dr. Luke saga, Katy Perry and a nun’s convent that housed pedophile priests and Chris Brown’s alleged drug use and downward spiral. Her favorite piece of work is a feature story for Esquire about her autistic brother’s experiences in the dating world. (

:: Katie Bain: Katie Bain is a writer and editor living in Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in and on websites, magazines and literary journals including Vice, Racked, Noisey, L.A. Weekly, the LA Times, Beatport News and The Rattling Wall. Her writing focuses primarily on music culture as it relates to artists, festivals, legal policy, history and travel. She loves bass music and national parks.  

:: Caroline Borolla: Originally from Philadelphia but based in Los Angeles, veteran publicist Caroline Borolla joined the Clarion Call Media team in May 2016, bringing with her a host of wonderful talent such as Aloha, Casket Girls, Dan Deacon, Haley Bonar, Matt Pond PA, Orenda Fink, Steady Holiday, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Wire and many more. Over her 12+ year career, Borolla has worked at other esteemed companies such as Motormouth Media, Big Hassle and Riot Act Media. She has handled releases on virtually every great label in indie rock, including Domino, Merge, Kill Rock Stars, Temporary Residence, Saddle Creek, FatCat as well as festivals such as Outside Lands, The Governor's Ball, Bonnaroo and Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival. 

:: Christine Morales: Christine Morales has been a music publicist for 10+ years. She spent the first half of her career working with artists at Motormouthmedia. Currently, Christine is the Director of Publicity at Epitaph/Anti- Records.

:: Mara Shalhoup: I've been the editor of the L.A. Weekly since February 2015, before which I served as editor of the Chicago Reader and of Atlanta's Creative Loafing. Back in my muckraking days, I won a Clarion Award for my portrayal of a teenage prostitute turned triple murderer, was a two-time Livingston Award finalist, and spent an inordinate amount of time obsessing over cocaine, hip-hop and organized crime (see BMF: The Rise and Fall of Big Meech and the Black Mafia Family, St. Martin's Press).

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2:00 PM14:00

Photo Fest! at Resident

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OnThree Management, Play Like A Girl, Resident, and Annabelle Maginnis present: Photo Fest! Music and photography collide in a pop-up gallery event with live music that pays tribute to our photographers!

<< 2-10 pm Sunday before Labor Day at Resident >>

Conner Lee Coughenour Photography | Holly Gable Photograph | Angela Izz | Derrick K. Lee | Celluloid Annoye | Sheva Kafa | Lance William | Emery Becker Photograph | Yasmim Castr | Joshua Shultz Medi | David Evank | Ali Roberto| Sahmia Parks (Ase) | Benjamin Ford Photograph | Emma Cole | Erika Mugglin Photography | Sheldon Botler Photography | Chris Camargo | Zane Roessell | Lexi Bonin & more TBA

Lucy & La Me // MetronOhm // Doctrin // NEW EVi // Peter M Stewart // Emmitt Jame and the Feel Goods // Nicole Jaff // DJ Sets by Forest Grump and Teddy Roxpin | & more TBA! 

Photo Gallery | Live Music & DJs | Photography Q & A Panels | Fundraiser for Black Lives Matter

21+ | $5

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to Sep 1

PLAG PRESENTS: Doctrin, The Pinks, Sugar Rum Tantrum


PLAG PRESENTS at Harvard & Stone

Harvard & Stone
THURSDAY, August 31st
21+ || FREE

:: Doctrin :: 

A Melbournian goth amidst the Los Angeles sun, Doctrin is the moniker of porcelain Australian, Dolly Denko. Relocating to California as an artist and producer, a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Denko brings it all together in the studio under her own intricate compositions to create the powerfully capricious breeze of Doctrin. 

Bringing a lustful presence to the stage alongside her live band, Doctrin delivers a powerfully honest performance during such nights; with a range of layering and effects, Denko herself wails in both vocals and grungy guitar riffs that are reminiscent of the 90’s alternative anthems. 


:: The Pinks:: 

L.A. based retro punk women


:: Sugar Rum Tantrum

Sugar Rum Tantrum premieres as the Los Angeles folk-mischief-rambunction helmed by accordionist-songwriter Melinda West (Sugar Rum). A decade ago, Sugar Rum began her pursuits as a rock cabaret-inclined street performer. Eventually, the band stumbled down the rabbit hole of songwriting, incorporating tango, gypsy folk, stride, and blues into a tasty concoction. This four-piece spook folk band, frequently known to accompany the occasional fire performance or interpretive dancer, is making its debut with an EP release expected in October 2016.

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to Jun 30

PLAG PRESENTS: Plexxaglass, Joy Downer, + Nicole Jaffe


PLAG PRESENTS at Harvard & Stone

Harvard & Stone
Thursday, June 29th
21+ || FREE


PLEXXAGLASS is a crisp salad of sounds ranging from alternative pop to indie folk to electronic. Lead by singer-songwriter Alexa Joan Rae, the key to finding the unique sound for PLEXXAGLASS was working with Kevin Billingslea of The Halo Studio in Portland, Maine.

The release of their single 'Lament en Route' (prod. by Kevin Billingslea) received rave feedback from indie bloggers and propelled the project's momentum towards success. Her follow-up, ‘Liar’, is a conversation about mental health. The song chronicles Joan Rae’s own struggles with depression and anxiety; the feeling of needing to put on a mask to function in a demanding society.

Throughout 2016, PLEXXAGLASS has performed in nationally known venues such as The Knitting Factory (Brooklyn), The Mint, Be Here Now, Cake Shop, and The Troubadour. 
The project has recently expanded to a 4 piece: Alexa on Vocals/Keys, Lauren Stockner (Cruel Youth) on Bass, Ken Oak on Cello (Meg Myers band), and Sarah Luffred on Drums. 

PLEXXAGLASS has been featured on IMPOSE Magazine, The Spill (Canada), ‘WorldArts’ as their February ’Spotlight Artist’, Idobi Radio , ‘Indiemono’ Spotify Playlist of over 30K followers, UK Indie Music Blogs ‘Where the Horn Blow’ and ‘A&R Factory', ‘Wolf in a Suit’ Indie Music Blog, Canada’s ‘Ohestee’ Indie Music Blog, and Poland’s ‘Zapetlone’ blog.


:: Joy Downer:: 


:: Nicole Jaffe:: 

See you soon!

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to Jun 5

PLAG TURNS ONE BIRTHDAY PARTY: Kitten, Smoke Season, Blimes Brixton and more!

  Spaceland Presents ,&nbsp; Play Like A Girl &nbsp;&amp;&nbsp; Super Deluxe &nbsp;Present:  +++PLAG TURNS ONE+++ An All-Ages Party  This jam-packed party will feature musical performances on both the Echo and Echoplex stages, a comedy stage on the Echo patio, interactive and virtual reality experiences from Super Deluxe, vendors, food trucks, and other surprises throughout the day.&nbsp;  PERFORMANCES BY: ::&nbsp; KITTEN &nbsp;:: +&nbsp; Smoke Season  +&nbsp; SISU &nbsp; +&nbsp; Blimes Brixton  +&nbsp; The Bedroom Witch  +&nbsp; VIAA  +&nbsp; Stars At Night  +&nbsp; Twin Temple  +&nbsp; Iress &nbsp; +&nbsp; Spare Parts For Broken Hearts  +&nbsp; Night Talks  +&nbsp; VOWWS &nbsp;(DJ Set) +&nbsp; Kera and The Lesbians &nbsp;(DJ Set) +&nbsp; Honey Power &nbsp;(DJ Set) + @Smash Club (DJ Set)  Saturday, May 27, 2017 3:30 pm • Echoplex  Tickets:&nbsp;

Spaceland PresentsPlay Like A Girl & Super Deluxe Present:

An All-Ages Party

This jam-packed party will feature musical performances on both the Echo and Echoplex stages, a comedy stage on the Echo patio, interactive and virtual reality experiences from Super Deluxe, vendors, food trucks, and other surprises throughout the day. 

:: KITTEN ::
Smoke Season
Blimes Brixton
The Bedroom Witch
Stars At Night
Twin Temple
Spare Parts For Broken Hearts
Night Talks
Kera and The Lesbians (DJ Set)
Honey Power (DJ Set)
+ @Smash Club (DJ Set)

Saturday, May 27, 2017
3:30 pm • Echoplex


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