On May 11 and like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Mikel Erentxun rose to the stage of 333 Live in Los Angeles. Effortlessly, the influential rock musician turned the evening into a celebration of his life and music, which transcends from his early days as member of 80’s rock group Duncan Dhu to his recent solo work.
On Tuesday, April 30th, La Santa Cecilia (LSC) released Treinta Dias, the band’s first album under the Universal Music record label and which was produced and engineered by Sebastian Krys. To commemorate the release, LSC played a free show the day of the release at Amoeba Music on Sunset Boulevard, which was followed by a meet and greet with fans where the band signed copies of the album.
María Del Pilar, formerly known as “Lady P”, was around town last week showcasing her new album, Songs + Canciones. The Latin singer/songwriter began the LA promotion of the release by opening the sold-out showcase of Café Tacuba at the Glass House in Pomona on April 12. She then joined Julieta Venegas at The Mayan Theater on April 18 where the Tijuana-born singer was debuting her new album, Los Momentos.
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