Geordie Kieffer March Residency with Julia Nunes, Plasmic, CLARA-NOVA, DJ Rosie Bojangles

Geordie Kieffer

Geordie Kieffer is on a mission to infuse the scene with grit, groove, and sexual satire. The impish self-proclaimed "little bad motherfucker” who trades online as @badboygirlygirl draws influence from both his questionable past and the city-wide playground of his L.A. hometown. His sound is something you've never heard before: An alternately comedic and dark romp through R&B and Electro with occasional dives into the classics. Geordie’s music will inspire fist fights and flirtation, anger and elation - and straight up melodic infatuation. The Agro-Pop adventurer's imagination shines through in the delightfully twisted music video for his first single "Red Line” - a high energy, drug fueled ride through the American dream.

Julia Nunes

Last year, Julia Nunes traded her Brooklyn boy problems for love in Los Angeles and wrote about 80 songs in the process.She just revealed the first single entitled “Something Bad,” off her highly-anticipated record, Some Feelings - out September 25th. Her first paid gig was opening for Folds on a tour in 2008. Now 26 - she’s toured with A Great Big World, played Bonnaroo twice (where she jumped in onWeezer’s set) and performed on Conan. On the horizon are music videos, acoustic sessions, collaborations with some special guests, and a fully acoustic version of the album.

CLARA-NOVA is a project(ion) of Sydney Wayser. It is a way to be hopeful about the future while still remaining in contact with our original wildness. It is a lot about love. The sound is of California: youthful, utopian, extraordinarily charming. A voice like a glass house in a new country. Too new for a name: Pop+. She is a sign for the mesmerized that says WELCOME. Neon but real. In collaboration with producer Shawn Everett (Julian Casablancas, Alabama Shakes, John Legend), a first record is forthcoming in the Fall.

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