The live sessions continue at our new Art House Live Space in West LA. Throughout the summer we are playing host to many talented musicians and artists, and on Friday, July 20 we are presenting a night of modern soul. Featuring Moonchild, Kuh∞Lida (with special guests), and Wondr!
Tucked away in Mar Vista, Art House Live inhabits an old tomato market that dates back to 1913. We have renovated the interior to include a storefront gallery space and a fully functioning studio/performance room.
Amber Navran, Max Bryk and Andris Mattson form this LA based neo-soul trio. This trio of musicians based in Los Angeles aims to bring a new sound to the neo-soul genre while drawing upon other influences such as Erykah Badu, Bon Iver, John Coltrane and D’Angelo. Max, Andris, and Amber met at USC where they all studied jazz performance. After touring together as a horn section in 2011, they began co-writing and recording their first album “Be Free.” “Be Free” which was released in April 2012, featuring soloists Ben Wendel, Russell Ferrante, John Daversa, and rapper Harry Mack. In May of 2012, Moonchild embarked on their first west coast tour culminating with a show in LA at the Key Club opening for neo-soul producer/singer Georgia Anne Muldrow. You can listen to and purchase Moonchild’s record at their website: http://thisismoonchild.com/
Kuh-Lida is an experimental beat project of Chicago native and composer Myles Emmons, whose interest in mass production of beats and avant-beat making sparked the beginning of the Kuh-Lida project about one year ago. Combining future sounds with blips, drips, and strips, the music is only progressing and growing. Kuh-Lida is currently a resident dj and projection artist for Art House Live. On this night he will be doing a special collaboration with others in the Art House Live family, including Katie Boeck and Stephen Becker. His new mixtape, Money Hustard, is available for free download on his Bandcamp page: www.kuh-lida.bandcamp.com
Wondr is the moniker of Kyle Hamon. He is a staple act of the 6-Bit collective, a group of Los Angeles natives devoted to creating new, innovative sounds with an emphasis on collaboration and web-savviness.
$10 Donation (Goes to artists and maintaining the space)
3815 Grand View Blvd
Mar Vista, CA 90066
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