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Listening to Little Galaxies is a kaleidoscope of dreamy melodies, shimmering soundscapes and infectious rhythms. It feels like “warm waves lapping over you, watching stars shoot across the sky” (Kathleen Wirt, Owner 4th Street Recording Studios). Every second is atmospheric, emotional, organic and inspired.
Called “newbies to know” by Buzzbands.LA’s Kevin Bronson and recommended by OC Weekly as one of the best concerts to see in OC, the Venice beach based quartet composed of Jeanna Fournier, Amir Eshraghi, Brian Sumwalt and Adam Yasmin is quickly making a buzz in the LA music scene with the release of their debut album Patterns. Recorded, mixed, and co-produced by Sejo Navajas at the historic 4th Street Recording studios in Santa Monica (The Beach Boys, Fiona Apple, No Doubt), Patterns is full of dimensionally textured instrumentation and a soaring female vocal that takes you on an intimate journey through universal themes and introspective subjects, while paying tribute to psychedelic rock, folk, and soul. Their atmospheric sound has been described as dream-pop and compared to Bjork, the XX, Mazzy Star, and Portishead. Patterns “offers a whirl of melodies that are interchangeably introspective and a call out to the world" (Buzzbands.LA).
Little Galaxies has been keeping busy this year playing shows all over Los Angeles and Southern California including LA’s premier singer-songwriter venue, the Hotel Café, LA’s largest underground art shows (Venice Art Walk at Google LA headquarters, Pancakes & Booze Art Show, and The Chocolate & Art Show), the Adams Street Festival in San Diego, and four showcases in Austin during SXSW. They've supported acclaimed musicians Meiko, Tom Freund and Ringo Deathstarr, and most recently finished a West Coast Tour. Little Galaxies is currently working on their follow-up music video for their next single "Safe in the Storm" and lining up shows for 2015. Please contact email@example.com for more information.