“Smell You” is a natural sensation of pleasure from scent which carries a stigma among the other senses, yet retains a fuller weight of satisfaction in the process that comes alive on the electronic track.
Ahead of her EP release show, November 15th at Lot 1, Corina Seas’ recent chat with GUM gave an understanding of influences, starting over, and ultimately, a sense of “identity” heard on her EP, ‘Disassociated.’
So-Cal’s self-professed Indie Graveyard rock band, Ned and the Dirt, summoned three L.A.-based Alt-Rock bands to their dirty little seance with a notable closing set by a newly resurrected band ‘Young Winona,’ formerly under the moniker, Santa Barbara.
Molly Burch’s untouched poise on stage could only be matched with her graceful, fragmented vocal delivery. The Austin-based crooner treated the Bootleg Theater to cuts from her recent album, ‘First Flower’ and left her mark on Los Angeles.
El Monte’s The Red Pears continue to be themselves and bring honesty to a crowd of youthful ears. Marking a milestone in their career, playing at The El Rey, Jose Corona chats with GUM and discusses shows and humble beginnings.