A fantastical, yet very real, bop spin on anxiety-ridden experiences.
Birla was the first homegrown musician to go platinum singing in English in India.
“It’s kind of a small story relating to my last relationship and living situations. The last relationship I had was toxic to the point that I was verbally abused regularly…I left Virginia to pursue my music career in LA.”
“I try to make every show feel like I’m playing Glastonbury even when in actuality I’m playing to rooms only slightly larger than the men’s room at Glastonbury.”
“The common theme [throughout the EP] is an awareness and acceptance of imperfections.”
The song is the singer/songwriter’s first release since her May 2019 debut EP, In Hindsight.
The song is the first release off her EP, Physical State, which will be released in full this fall.
Pronounced Ah-nuhk Koh, and meaning “my child” in Tagalog, one of the native dialects in the Philippines, this album was completed during a week-long solo retreat to Joshua Tree.
“My every day is what people in LA call ‘the grind.’”
Olivia Grace gets personal in her latest single release.
This marks the first collaboration between the EDM star and country artist.
“Music is art. And effective art provokes thought.”
“…the effect is both dreamlike and disquieting, and ultimately lends Saro’s noir-pop an intense hypnotic power.”
“I hate to lose.”
The former ‘X-Factor’ winner and Bo Talks band member releases his first solo EP.
Catch the artist and her band at L.A.’s Hotel Cafe.
Friday April 26, 8PM
It’ll take you places.
“We like to think that we’re the soundtrack to Brexit.”