Gabriella Cohen, Full Flower Moon Band, DJ sets by La Femme and Gardens & Villa
La Femme DJ set (France), DJ set by Gardens & Villa
2478 N Fletcher Dr
Los Angeles, CA, 90039
This event is 21 and over
Gabriella Cohen makes music that is raw and personal, aching with nostalgia and painted with melodies that recall a languid lovesickness. Her internationally acclaimed debut full-length, Full Closure and No Details, is the product of 10 days and two microphones, a labour of love recorded with her partner in crime, Kate Dillon. Since its humble beginnings on Cohen’s granddad’s nylon string, Full Closure and No Details has made its way across the world, touring internationally with U.S superstars Foxygen, and playing a string of European Festivals amongst the likes of The Flaming Lips and Devendra Banhart. Cohen and Dillon have now relocated to America, where they plan to conquer the hearts and minds of Hollywood.
‘Seductive, broody and occasionally sinister’ -THE GUARDIAN
‘Nonchalant Queenslander’s solo debut is garage-pop bliss’ - ROLLING STONE
"Smokey guitar pop, steeped in the Velvet Underground and vintage soul" - Brooklyn Vegan
‘A Jack White riff here, some Destiny’s Child backing vox there, being drawn in is all a part of the process with Cohen’s music.’ Matt Wilkinson, NME.
Full Flower Moon Band (Melbourne, Australia)
Full Flower Moon Band is an Australian rock band.
The band debuted with the 'paranoid' EP CHINATOWN, released as an 5 part video series on YouTube in 2014.
Following this, lead singer Babyshakes Dillon emerged as the front woman that features in most of the band's video content, and is the sole spokesperson for the group.
Full Flower gained further exposure in 2015 with the successful release of band member Gabriella Cohen's album Full Closure and No Details.
After a year in production, CHINATOWN ALBUM re-imagines their EP as part of a larger 14-track concept album which works as the soundtrack for their self produced science fiction movie.
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