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March 28th, 2009
I can't even begin to classify Dark Dark Dark. Are they Gothic Cabaret? European-folk-fusion? Classical banjo-jazz done indie style? No... None of those really capture what this band is. All I know is, last night at the Hotel Café, this band played some really, really pretty music. On top of that, I now have a newfound respect for the accordion.
Dark Dark Dark have the least traditional instrumentation the indie scene has had in a long time. No guitars, no drum kits, no sonic synths or fuzzy effect pedals. Just banjo, cello, piano, trumpet, upright bass, and (of course) the accordion. That's right, the accordion is cool again. Forget about Urkel or Polka or any of those other cheesy stereotypes. Lead singer Nona Invie played her accordion with passion, making some super touching (and sexy) sounds.
They started the evening with the sizzling hot "Trouble No More", a song about unrequited love that was overflowing with haunting imagery. Invie crooned with her rich, raspy vocals, "Find me the muddiest shore, that's where I'll go to get lost, I wont cause you no trouble no more." Oh dear, this song hit really close to home. In another song, Marshall LaCount deftly plucked his banjo and offered, "I will make you a boat out of lightning and fill it with pearls." A somber trumpet solo followed and I melted. The music was just so damn beautiful. But it was also extremely gothic too. In "Junk Bones" Invie seethes: "all the junk you fill your bones with, it fills us too... all the rope you hang your neck with, it left a mark." Oooh, that one hurt too...
With a name like Dark Dark Dark, it's no wonder they're so good at revealing inner sadness about true love lost. My heart was often breaking right along to Jonathan Kaiser's cellos (yes, I still adore cellos). These guys took the "I really wish you loved me as much as I loved you" sentiment and elevated it to poetry. Really lovely musical poetry. The reason it worked so well though, is the music itself was generally up-tempo and lively. It was the kind of music you want to play you're walking through the rain in Paris (or even just when you want to pretend you're in Paris).
I loved how well composed the music and the lyrics were. I loved hearing instruments I rarely hear live. And most of all, I loved being made to see the accordion in a brand new light. I was so impressed with Dark Dark Dark that I even bought one of their t-shirts after the show. And in case you're wondering, yes, it has an accordion on it.
March 23rd, 2009
DAM! We have some amazing shows to pick from this week. Since we run a sick calendar these are only some of our picks. But for evertyhing else, click here
American Gil & The Major Dudes, 9PM @ Perhspace, Echo Park
Angela Correa, 9PM @ Room 5, Los Angeles
Steel Panther, 9PM @ Key Club, Hollywood
Sugar & Gold, 9PM, @ Silverlake Lounge, Silverlake
Western States Motel, 9M, @Home, Silverlake
Drinking Liberally, 9PM @ Trips, Santa Monica
23 Rainy Days, 9PM @ MotionLA, Los Angeles
The Fresh & The Onlys, 10 PM @ Silverlake Lounge, Silverlake
MotherMother, 9PM @ Troubadour, Hollywood
The Mae Shi, 10PM @ The Smell, Echo Park
Yellow Red Sparks, 10PM @ Hotel Café, Hollywood
Branford Marsalis, 8PM @ Catalina's, Hollywood
Kenan Bell, 10PM @ The Echo, Echo Park
Carina Round, 9PM @ Largo, Los Angeles
Zee Avi, 9PM @ Hotel Café, Hollywood
J.J. Cale, 9PM @ McCabes, Santa Monica
Gliss, 9PM @ Spaceland, Silverlake
Drop Dead Gorgeous, 9PM @ The El Rey, Los Angeles
Suicidal Tendencies, 9PM @ Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood
Cobalt Cranes, 10PM @ L'Keg Gallery, Echo Park
DJ Quik, 9PM @ The Key Club, Hollywood
East Conference Champs, 9PM @ The Scene Bar, Glendale
March 16th, 2009
These are our picks for the week of 3/16. Tell your friends about us. We have made some cool changes to Loudvine.com, with our unique MP3 Player now "live" on the homepage.
Now you get to listen to bunch of bands you probably would not have found on your own and we started to insert cool MP3's from sick bands into the Blog as well.
Voices Voices -3/16, 9PM @ The Echo, Echo Park
Black Tongued Bells - 3/16, 9M @ The Scene Bar, Glendale
Bo Beep - 3/16, 10PM @ Bordello, Los Angeles
And You Will Know us By The Trail of Dead - 3/17, 9PM @ Echoplex, Echo Park
Sucker for Pumps - 3/18, 9PM @ Troubadour, West Hollywood
Atlantic Records Music Showcase -3/21, 8PM @ Aqua Lounge, Beverly Hills
James & The Animals -3/20, 10PM @ L'Keg, Echo Park
Black Apples -3/19, 9 PM @ Silverlake Lounge, Silverlake
The Addicts with The Dickies -3/20, 9PM @ The Roxy, Hollywood
The Switchups - 3/22, 9 PM @ Alex's, Long Beach
Larry Brown Memorial Concert - 3/22, 8 PM @ McCabes, Santa Monica
Anthony B -3/18 @ The Echoplex, Echo Park
The Soul of John Black -3/20, 8PM @ Hotel Café, Hollywood
Tuck & Patti -3/20, 8PM @ Catalina's, Hollywood
Electrocute - 3/16, 9 PM @ Silverlake Lounge, Silverlake
Mariza -3/18, 8 PM @ Walt Disney, Los Angeles
The Groove Junkies - 3/20, 10 PM @ Libertine on Sunset, Hollywood
DJ Lady Sha - 3/20, 10 PM @ Dakota Lounge, Santa Monica
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February 6th, 2009
Looking at Solange on stage it's hard to believe that she's had two albums, a baby, and almost as much criticism as her big sister has had praise. Not to mention a Dad who is looked at more of a mob boss than a parent, and a mom who is devoted to her big sister's big business. But as I look at her- and I'm almost sure she is looking right back at me- the twenty-three year old singer from Texas is all smiles and glitz for her fans and peers.
The Viper room is packed with a diverse mix of the young and the older splashed with tastemakers and backpackers. Onstage I am staring at a four-piece band dressed in matching pink suits and two back up singers dressed in matching black dresses. Center stage stands a rockishly hipster Solange posed and gripping her mic stand. The band members in pink suits seems a big congested in their bright get-ups while the back up singers' soulful bangs are an out of date contrast against the Sol-Angel's more contemporary MGMT chic inspired look. But I'm not hating...as a matter of fact, the less organic chemistry amongst the posse on stage is working fantastically well, with Solange taking a lot of different musical direction that is more outside the box, but not too far off the map.
So far the evening has been packed with tons of goodies, from c reatively cultured Anjulie Boom, to the bombastic tunes of Inverse. Before Solange hit the stage, the crowd's appetite was watered from these local pastries, as Inverse delivered amazing lyrical wit and production value, while Anjulie and her rainbow coalition dropped sexy jazz infused tunes with a plan on equality. "This is my band" Anjulie cooed, "Black, White and Brown, all together...aren't they cute?!"
Solange's set took flight and cruised at a high altitude of inventive and imaginative flare for most of the show. The look in the singer's eyes said this stage is my home and this where I wanna be so either fuck with it or kick rocks (At least, that's what I thought her eyes were saying). The set was high energy and cohesive, especially given the Viper room's small stage. The girl's range was amazing! If you have not had the chance to hear Solange sing live then your two cent's on her as an artist isn't relevant...saaaayys me!
Though suffering from stomach flu, the LA resident ripped through song after song while still landing her doo wops and choreography right on time. Even if you were not familiar with Solange's music, she was more than captivating to keep your attention and enjoy the show. Songs like "Baby" and "I decided" had me singing them after she was done performing and at one point she dropped into a cover of Electric Feel that was not as cliché as I would have thought. Her rendition showed off some more soul in her which was unnecessarily necessary, and later on in the set she let the audience know that she was about to get her Diana Ross on...she let loose.
Towards the end, she gave a shout out to Grammy nominated newcomer Janelle Monet, who sat only a few feet away dancing in her chair. Everyone in the Viper room was dancing, except for me and the other eight or so people within my radius. Solange didn't like our pow wow in the corner and made it a point to label us the Too Cool for School LA crowd. Which I can admit, I totally was. But I am not too cool to admit that after yesterday's show, I like her. I like Solange Knowles.