Dom Giavonni, Taylu, EMILA, Sugi Dakks, Shaman Cult

Hailing from the Chicago area and now working in Los Angeles, Dom Giavonni is a Midwest Kid in SoCal. Growing up listening to Neo-Soul, R&B, Jazz and Hip-Hop music, Dom creates a soulful vibe to the music he makes. His goal is to combine being a Hip-Hop artist that has an in depth musical aspect that rains through in his productions. A Rapper, Producer and a self trained piano player.

Born & raised in Sacramento, R&B singer/songwriter Taylu continues her pursuit in music living in Southern California. While attending University of California Riverside, Taylu released her debut EP titled ‘Turquoise Noise’ which explored smooth R&B and Neo Soul feels. After graduating with a BA in Media & Cultural Studies, Taylu continues performing at night clubs, cafes, & open mics across the coast. Recently releasing her EP ‘Detour’, Taylu is ready to chase after her dreams without hesitation.

A singer and songwriter who prides herself on drawing deep and powerful emotions with her lyrics and melodies, EMILA lures and captivates listeners in with her art. She originally moved to Los Angeles from the Midwest in pursuit of sharing her music, and since then, has worked alongside some of the music industry's most talented producers and writers. EMILA is most notably known as an artist that dances the fine line between two genres: dark pop and R&B. 'Moody', her debut EP released July 2018, established the young artist and set the stage for her dark sound. Since then, EMILA released her rendition of "Gone", a cover of *NSYNC's 2001 hit-song from their notorious 'Celebrity' album. EMILA also released "Sunshine" and "Warrior", which introduce uplifting and anthem-like sounds to her crowd base, contradictory to her previous introspective and moody work. Most recently, EMILA released her melodic single "Dreams", as a lullaby to sleepless young love. EMILA is continuing to expand into new styles and is currently performing acoustic renditions of her work across venues in Southern California.

Sugi Dakks is the brainchild of Kyle Donald, originally from Lakeport, CA and now based in Los Angeles.
A college graduate in Jazz Piano Performance and Cuspi National Slam Poetry finalist, his dual interests in poetry and music merged into the jazz tinged hip hop sound that is Sugi Dakks.

His blend of rap, singing, jazz piano is largely self-produced and draws inspiration from Kendrick Lamar, Anderson Paak, Eminem and Miles Davis. His early singles have reached over 1 Million plays and the collaboration ‘Brave’ with electronic maestro’s MEMBA reached #1 on Hype Machine, was spun on BBC Radio, garnering major support from blogs such as This Song is Sick and EDM Sauce. Sugi Dakks released his debut mixtape ‘The Business’, mastered by Jared Hirshland (Anderson .Paak, NoMBe) early in 2018 and was supported by Lyrical Lemonade and Beautiful Buzz.

Shaman Cult is a psychedelic rock trio from Canyon City, CA. The group is made up of Francisco Vargas (drums/vocals) Andy Villaescusa (Keyboards) and Luis Huizar (bass). Francisco started the group in a friends garage back in 2014 after being in band throughout high school. With their first EP release Shaman Cult Demo in 2014, the guys gained a strong following throughout the Azusa community and the SoCal indie music scene. Since releasing their last EP, the guys have been meticulously refining their sound through experimental playing and perfecting their live sets that is filled with their new music.
Shaman Cult takes inspiration where ever they can find it. Their biggest music influences include Stereolab, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Radiohead, Dave Brubek, BADBADNOTGOOD, Air and The Doors- which is where the name Shaman Cult Stemmed from (Shaman Blues off Soft Parade). After years of quietly perfecting their craft , Shaman Cult is releasing their anticipated EP, Co- Produced by Riley Geare.



  • EMILA - 8:15
  • Sugi Dakks - 9:00
  • Taylu - 9:45
  • Shaman Cult - 10:35
  • Dom Giavanni - 11:45

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