Jul
21
12:00 PM12:00

PLAG x Earthquaker Devices Workshop: Building Your Pedal Board

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Join PLAG Workshops on July 21st as we team up with EarthQuaker Devices, artists NovellerVAVÁLara Somogyi, and Kaitlin Wolfberg, and Bedrock LA for a workshop on building out your pedal board. All four artists will give you their tips and tricks, followed by a demonstration of their set up. We will have Earthquaker's FULL pedal board on hand - that's right, every one of their pedals - so you'll have time to play around with some new goodies as well.

July 21st || 12:00pm
Bedrock LA
FREE || ALL AGES
RSVP: http://bit.ly/PLAGxEarthquakerWS

This workshop is strictly limited to 10 attendees. RSVP here before 6:00pm on Tuesday, July 3rd and we will randomly select 10 people from the registrations. Attendees will need to pay a $20 refundable deposit if selected. Your $20 will be returned to you on the date of the workshop if you attend. If this is cost prohibitive for you, please reach out to info@plagpresents.com. We do not want to price anyone out of knowledge.

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 donate@plagpresents.com. We're a 501(c)(3) now so you can deduct it all on your taxes! Help us keep these workshops going.

We'd also like to extend a HUGE thank you to Bedrock LA for donating their space to us for the afternoon. Please give them a shout for your recording and rehearsal space needs.

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Jul
8
7:00 PM19:00

PLAG x Purple Bite Present Commune with VAVA and Mara Connor

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PLAG Presents and Purple Bite's monthly Commune night jumps to a Sunday night for July only.

Join us on Sunday, July 8th for networking and community building time starting at 7pm, followed by acoustic music and storytelling beginning at 8pm.

Featuring music from:

++ Mara Connor at 8pm
++ VAVÁ at 9pm

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Jun
30
1:00 PM13:00

PLAG x Make Noise Workshop: Intro to Modular Synths

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Join PLAG Workshops on June 30th as we team up with Make Noise, artist Bana Haffar, and Bedrock LA for an introduction to modular synths. Using Make Noise’s 0-COAST, Bana will walk you through what modular synths are, how to get started with them, and leave you with enough skill to continue building on your own.

June 30th || 1:00pm
Bedrock LA
FREE || ALL AGES
RSVP: http://bit.ly/PLAGxMakeNoiseWS

This workshop is strictly limited to 10 attendees. RSVP here before 6:00pm on Friday, June 15th and we will randomly select 10 people from the registrations. Attendees will need to pay a $20 refundable deposit if selected. Your $20 will be returned to you on the date of the workshop if you attend. If this is cost prohibitive for you, please reach out to info@plagpresents.com. We do not want to price anyone out of knowledge.

We are honored to have Bana Haffar leading this workshop: Bana Haffar is an artist who explores live modular synthesizer performance. Prior to switching over to synthesizers, she played bass professionally in Los Angeles, as a touring and session musician. She began using eurorack format modular synthesizers in 2014, having had no prior knowledge of synthesis. Through modular synthesis, Bana is attempting to dismantle years of institutional ‘conditioning’ in traditional systems of music theory and rediscover sound. Haffar is also the co-creator of Modular on the Spot, a monthly outdoor synth happening that began on the Los Angeles river and has since spread to many cities across the United States. 

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 donate@plagpresents.com. We're a 501(c)(3) now so you can deduct it all on your taxes! Help us keep these workshops going.

We'd also like to extend a HUGE thank you to Bedrock LA for donating their space to us for the afternoon. Please give them a shout for your recording and rehearsal space needs.

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Jun
27
8:30 PM20:30

Polartropica - single/video release with Disco Shrine, MetronOhm

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Join us for POLARTROPICA's GOLDEN SOUL single/video release show celebrations at Bootleg Theater - Bar Stage with magical friends and powerhouses Disco Shrine, MetronOhm // DJ sets by loves WASI + Mini Bear, who will be spinning all the hot fire jams, so get ready to dance the night away!!! 

POLARTROPICA
Polartropica is the unconventionally alluring musical endeavor of Los Angeles based, dreamy, galactic space-rock artist, Ihui (eeway) Cherise Wu. Taiwan born and California raised, Wu has created a genre of ethereal synth psychedelia that you’ve never heard before, combining quirky pop melodies, dreamlike-classic string arrangements, and Polartropica’s shimmering vocals. Debut EP 'ASTRODREAMS' was released on Lolipop Records, and they are currently releasing a set of singles leading to their full album release later this year. 

Disco Shrine
Jessica Delijani is the LA based, pop spark plug behind Disco Shrine. True to her tongue-in-cheek moniker, Disco Shrine makes music that plays around with high energy electronic beats and sensual melodies.

MetronOhm
Much of the music that’s prefixed by “alt-” in the R&B pop worlds relies merely on production or cult of personality rather than actual imagination. Which is why Bay Area-bred MetronOhm has been charming listeners since they alighted in L.A. Sparked by the creative chemistry of Annabelle Maginnis and Kofi Asare-Aboagye (aka Mike Blair), MetronOhm stirs the soul with a playful, sultry mix of jazz, R&B, folk and hip-hop, and they do it with instruments like violin, mandolin, guitar, sax, cello and pocket piano, with vibrant lyricism to boot. -Buzzbands.LA

DJ sets by:
WASI 
WASI is an electro-punk, riot pop band based out of Los Angeles. Originally formed as a dynamic duo from SoCal, Jessie Meehan and Merilou Salazar create a reminiscent pop soundtrack to those nights of angsty garage punk shows and skinny dipping at the beach. 

Founding members Merilou Salazar and Jessie Meehan's activism is a core essence of WASI's liberating energy. Salazar, co-founder of nationwide festival Women Fuck Shit Up Fest, and Meehan, who partnered with the ACLU in getting corporate conglomerate WALGREENS to pass a gender neutral restroom policy after a discrimination incident, question the status quo in their music and lifestyles. 

Mini bear
A creator of nostalgic, romantic pop steeped in 80s vibes, mini bear is the solo project of L.A. native songwriter and producer Lauren Kop. Taking inspiration from both past and future, mini bear uses analog synth textures and modern technology to write layered songs with syncopated rhythms and sentimental melodies. Lyrics meditate on technology’s influence on human connection and emotional detachment in our evolving technopop culture. Inspired by the music of early Madonna, Eurythmics, and Janet Jackson, it is dance-pop soaked in synths and funky drum samples. 

mini bear released her EP Mind Control via her label New Professor Music in the fall of 2016. Shaped by the heaviness of 2017, mini bear has a treasure trove of new synth-gems to release in 2018.

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Jun
26
8:00 PM20:00

Taleen Kali “Soul Songs” Album Release Party at Resident

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Taleen Kali "Soul Songs" Album Release Party.
RITUALS. FLOWERS. PUNK ROCK.

Presented by lolipop records and PLAG Presents

+ + + FEATURING + + + 

♥ Yrs truly Taleen Kali ♥ https://www.taleenkali.com
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Full band playing the album "Soul Songs" in its entirety

♥ Object As Subject ♥ https://www.objectassubject.com
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Punk ritual project of Paris HurleyGina YoungEmilia Ponysweat Richeson, and thee Patty Schemel on drums!

♥ Blood Candy ♥ https://bloodcandy.bandcamp.com/
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L.A. shoegaze-goth angels!!

/// DJ Set by WASI //// queer riot pop BFFS!

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Jun
24
to Jun 25

Dustin Wong, Hana Vu, OhMyMuu, Sisu, Colour Coast, Wavebreaker

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moonroom x OnThree Management presents
#APAHM2018: More Visibility | Closing Showcase

The Hi Hat | All Ages | $6

Feauring: 
Takako Minekawa & Dustin Wong >> (Chinese American)
oh my muu >> (Korean American)
Batwings Catwings >> (Filipina American)
Hana Vu >> (Korean & Vietnamese American)
SISU >> (Vietnamese American)
The Colour Coast >> (Chinese American)
+ S.A.D. Records DJ's Cristina Ramirez x tomemitsu
art installation curated by HeeEun Chung
pop-ups by Sunday Jump + TBA

Please join us for the final installment of this season's APAHM (Asian Pacific American Heritage Month) showcases. This mini-fest will bring us all together one last time this year to celebrate the incredible AAPI musicians in our community and feature DJ's, installations, and pop-ups from local artists. 

Sincerely,
MR x ON3

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 & June. 

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
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2vd1PT1
YouTube: https://youtu.be/ww3i8bDPAvc

For a complete list of showcases and event links, Visit Here: https://www.facebook.com/events/190891548375356/

This year's edition would not have been made possible without the help and support of the following curators and sponsors:
Ceramiks
Condina Records
Earth is a Death Star
Future Legends
Grn+Gld
Jett Kwong
Koibito 恋人
KChung Radio
OnThree Management
POLARTROPICA
Uncommon

Girl Underground Music
Kollaboration
Week in Pop
OC Weekly Music
PLAG Presents
Standard Studios
Sunday Jump

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Jun
23
1:00 PM13:00

PLAG x Mija Workshop: Mujeres in Music

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PLAG Presents is teaming up with mija mgmt to bring in a panel of Latinas in music to talk about community, giving back, artist development, and breaking your artist into the mainstream.

June 23rd || 12:30pm doors || 1:00pm workshop start
The Hi Hat
FREE || ALL AGES
RSVP: http://bit.ly/PLAGxMijaWS

Moderator: Francisca Valenzuela (artist, founder & director of RuidosaFestival)
Panelists: 
:: Doris Munoz (mija mgmt)
:: Marty Preciado (Nylon Español)
:: Marjorie Garcia (King Holmes Paterno & Soriano)
:: Danielle Quebrado (Biz 3)

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 donate@plagpresents.com. 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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Jun
15
to Jun 16

♛ QUEEN BITCH ♛ Drag n Roll party

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Lethal Amounts and PLAG Presents:

♛ QUEEN BITCH ♛
A Rock n Roll dance party. 
Imagine Alice Cooper and the Runaways meets Rupaul Drag Race.... Live band with Drag queen singers performing cover songs. Performing everything from Ozzy Osbourne to Cardi B. 

Queen Bitch band featuring Neon Music, Rhea Litre, Puzziniggr and other special guests.

10$ Presale

21 and Over, 10pm-2am

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Jun
15
7:00 PM19:00

PLAG x Purple Bite Present Commune: The Colour Coast + Surprise!

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PLAG Presents & Purple Bite are back at Stories BooksandCafe on June 15th for our next installment of Commune.

Come at 7 for networking, community building, and wine. Music starts at 8pm.

Live Musical Performances and Storytelling by:

++ The Colour Coast at 8PM

++ Special secret guest at 9PM

Hang out and meet new friends after the show!

June 15th || 7:00pm || FREE
Stories BooksandCafe

Join the Commune-ity!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/147554629223861/

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May
25
10:00 PM22:00

VAVÁ / Maria Neckam / Loosh at Hotel Cafe

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Buy tickets here:

PLAG PRESENTS:

BROOKLYN INDIE ARTISTS JOIN L.A. BASED VAVÁ 
FOR SHOW AT HOTEL CAFE

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.) vavamusique.com

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. marianeckam.com

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. looshmusic.com

 

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May
20
1:00 PM13:00

PLAG Workshop: A&R in the Streaming Age

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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
FREE || ALL AGES
RSVP: http://bit.ly/PLAGWS8

Moderator: Katrina Bleckley (PLAG)
Panelists: 
:: 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 donate@plagpresents.com. 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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May
18
7:30 PM19:30

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

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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

Join the Commune-ity!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/147554629223861/

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May
17
8:00 PM20:00

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

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moonroom presents #APAHM2018: More Visibility
Showcase co-presented by PLAG Presents
Featuring:
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
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2vd1PT1
YouTube: https://youtu.be/ww3i8bDPAvc

For a complete list of showcases and event links, Visit Here: https://www.facebook.com/events/190891548375356/

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

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

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Apr
28
1:00 PM13:00

PLAG Workshop: The Power of Brand Partnerships

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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)
RSVP: http://bit.ly/PLAGWS7

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 donate@plagpresents.com. 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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Apr
20
7:30 PM19:30

PLAG X Purple Bite Present Commune with Emma Cole + EasyFriend

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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
https://www.facebook.com/easyfriendforever/

++ Emma Cole @ 10:30
https://www.facebook.com/missemmacole

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

Join the Commune-ity!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/147554629223861/

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Feb
15
to Feb 16

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

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PLAG x peach house Present:

The Echoplex
Thursday, February 15
All Ages || $10 Adv // $15 DOS
8PM

With sets from:
:: GAVLYN
:: 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.

Tickets: http://bit.ly/PLAGxPeachHouse1720

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Nov
30
9:30 PM21:30

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

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RSVP HERE

PLAG PRESENTS at Harvard & Stone

Harvard & Stone
THURSDAY, November 30th,
21+ || FREE
9PM


:: 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.



LISTEN --->http://www.maiahmanser.com/

:: 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.


LISTEN ---> Annachristiemusic.com


:: 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."

LISTEN --->
https://www.hayleyandthecrushers.com/



See you soon!
xoxo

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