Eyes Lips Eyes, Le Blorr
2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90057
Doors 8:00PM / Show 9:00PM
This event is 21 and over
Eyes Lips Eyes
Fresh off their self-produced album, Blue Red (Oct 2011), Eyes Lips Eyes is already back to work finishing their follow-up with producer John Goodmanson (Death Cab, Nada Surf) and mixing engineer Mike Rosekelly (Kaskade).
The Utah quartet, now LA-based, describes its sound as "disco-punk."
The upbeat, hook-laden songs, rehearsed at the band’s loft party-performances, recall elements of Television and other late seventies post punk, mixed with the unbridled, night out energy of The Strokes and Talking Heads.
Eyes Lips Eyes has taken it's high-energy garbage can banging performances all over the country. In a few short years, they've performed with acts like Spoon, Black Keys, Raconteurs, Shiny Toy Guns, Bob Dylan and were most recently named one of CNN's Top 5 things to watch out for at SXSW 2012.
Le Blorr is the music of Chris Hess and Adam Winn. They play a hybrid of indie rock n' roll and psychedelic dance music with strong pop elements. This Florida based duo is moving towards an expansive sound, more experimental scenarios for live experiences and are now recording their first full length album in LA and NYC.
"Frankly, Bim Bom kills, and tops the list of albums missed because we were too busy with Arcade Fire." (Consequence of Sound)
"Le Blorr is the dynamic duo fresh out of Florida with sing-along tracks and a high voltage live performance that has the girls ripping off their clothes and the walls dripping sweat." (Z!NK Magazine)
"Le Blorr is a gritty, raunchy, psychedelic (and oh-so-satisfying) dose of rock ‘n roll." (OCMD music Blog)
"Imagine an EP that makes you think of Led Zeppelin, Joao Gilberto, the biggest dance club tracks you’ve ever heard, and the Black Keys." (LE CHOIX french music blog)
"There’s so much going on with this band it’s hard to believe that a) they’re so new, and b) the rest of the world isn’t raving about them yet." (Pop Stache music blog)
IRONTOM emerged at the beginning of the year with an intent on forging a presence for themselves on the Los Angeles music scene. With influences ranging from The Arctic Monkeys to Led Zeppelin, the music exhibits a variety of styles and sounds on top of a classic sensibility for song writing. The personalities of each of the five musicians combine to form an undeniably powerful and energetic sound.
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