Halo Circus Show Review
Dec31

Halo Circus Show Review

Halo Circus Show Review By Harriet Kaplan Los Angeles’ own bilingual alternative rock band Halo Circus recently recently headlined The Troubadour performing to a sold-out crowd in support of its debut album due out in 2016. In an evening, the band dubbed “Say it Loud! A Night of Cultural Disruption,” the event spotlights multi-cultural music influenced by Iraheta’s childhood growing up in South Central. Rock photographer Mike...

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Interview with Rainbow Shark
Dec29

Interview with Rainbow Shark

Rainbow Shark By Juliana Russell Rainbow Shark, consisting of the talented London-based Jack Levy and Bill Wright, released their new EP “A Light Echo”. Black on the Canvas had the opportunity to speak with the witty duo about their new EP, where we discussed the importance of experimenting and being open to new things. INTERVIEW Where are you guys calling from? Jack: We’re in Northwest London. But we’re both from different places;...

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Colours
Dec27

Colours

Colours By Harriet Kaplan In the video for the first track, “Monster,” off Colours’ debut album set for release on February 26 on Victory Recods, the concept is vague with a young woman that seems mysterious and singer Kyle Tamo who is behind the wheel driving around a forbidding town in a vintage large car. Something is going on between them but it’s hard to say what that is and maybe that is the point....

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REL
Dec23

REL

r e l by Dani Kowalczyk Twenty-years isn’t many but Los Angeles native, r e l paramounts her peers with her pop alt-R&B covers and track hits including ‘Before the Storm’, ‘Headed for the Sun,’ and ‘Plateau’. Although my most favorite, and most notable as a Glass Animals fan was r e l’s cover of Glass Animal’s mega hit “Gooey”. With pipes and a groove junior to Marian Hill, it’s easy to assume and hope that r e l will develop into...

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Interview with Late Cambrian
Dec22

Interview with Late Cambrian

Late Cambrian By Rick Perez Inspired by the human need for personal connections, electro pop’s pride and joy Late Cambrian have mastered the art of setting meaningful lyrics to danceable tunes. With successful record sales in Japan and a European tour with Wheatus under their belt, members John Wlaysewski and O have already made a name for themselves in the international music scene. The duo recently released their latest single and...

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