Ruby Haunt - Monday Night Residency
Launder, Foliage, Colin Caulfield (of DIIV)
901 E 1st St
Los Angeles, CA, 90012
This event is 21 and over
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Childhood friends, Ruby Haunt (fka Haunt) is an american musical project conceived by Wyatt Ininns and Victor Pakpour sometime in 2015. The duo wrote their first three EPs while in school via opposite ends of the west coast (Los Angeles and Portland), exchanging musical ideas over email. In this time they received support from Nowness, Track + Field Records, C-Heads Magazine, and various tastemaking YouTube channels for their unique songwriting and self-produced music videos.
In 2016 the boys saw a move to L.A. where they wrote their debut LP ‘Sugar’, their first written together in a small ocean front house in Laguna Beach, California. ‘Sugar’ was self-released in October 2016, featuring collaborations with the renowned photographer Henrik Purienne, and film duo Wissa for their Roberto Cavali campaign in Vogue Italia.
2018 sees the duo busy at work on their next album and a live show that will tour towards the end of the year.
San Bernardino, California is known for it's high crime and poverty rate. Behind that lies a hidden gem, something ambitious, seeking to break out from all of that. Meet Manuel Joseph Walker, a 19-year old from the slums of a broken city, crafting indie-rock instant classics out of his bedroom. Walker paints his own world with Foliage, writing all of the music, playing all of the instruments, singing all of the vocals, and engineering his records, all by himself. Foliage began at the age of 16, when Manuel was still a sophomore in high school. 19 now, though still very young, Walker has grown a lot throughout the years and it is quite apparent through his work. With two records under his belt, Truths (2015) and Silence (2017), and a third record on the way, Foliage is set to be one of the hardest working musicians in indie-rock today.
Colin Caulfield (of DIIV)
$5 (Proceeds to benefit Inner-City Arts)
Proceeds to benefit Inner-City Arts
Providing access to the arts and the endless possibilities they offer, Inner-City Arts is an investment in the youth of Los Angeles. Creating a bridge between the studio and the classroom, Inner-City Arts' unique approach to arts education measurably improves academic and personal outcomes for children and youth, including those students with Limited English Proficiency who are at risk of academic failure.