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Hollowbody LA Presents another exceptional line up on the main stage at The Viper Room! 7:30 Adam Geraghty www.adamgeraghtymusic.wordpress.com 8:30 Manou www.manoumusic.com 9:30 Chauncey www.soundcloud.com/kaleenazanders 10:30 LaMuff www.lamuff.com 11:30 toyMasulina www.toymasulina.com $10 with flyer - tickets online or at the door 21+ $5 Happy Hour drink specials after 11pm upstairs & all night long in the downstairs lounge. **Parking tip: There are $1/hr meters in the new lot, one block away, across from Red Rock.
SISSY BAR https://www.facebook.com/events/614106705274954/ Short LaMuff set @ 11 pm
Hollowbody LA presents: 8:00 Project Primal www.projectprimal.bandcamp.com 9:00 Her Girl Friday www.hergirlfriday.bandcamp.com 10:00 LaMuff www.lamuff.com 11:00 Calvillo www.Calvillomusic.net
As a celebration of the summer solstice and in conjunction with www.makemusicla.org, the City of West Hollywood and its One City One Pride queer arts festival presents 'Make Music So Gay'. https://www.facebook.com/events/210429455772748/ www.weho.org/pride
Akbar Piano Bar! Special guest LaMuff will do a set of Jacques Brel/Kurt Weill covers. Open mic and piano bar hosted by Jose Promis, featuring local singers, plus a special guest every week, and a great mix of covers, originals and international tunes. 9:30 to 1 a.m.
Sounds Like: Leslie Hall, Peaches, Hi Fashion, Azealia Banks, Ninja Betty and the Nunchix
Bio: Imbued with both dry-witted humor and earnest passion, LaMuff's vocal-driven songs range in sound from electronic synth-pop to chamber post-rock to hip hop. Her live shows are as visual as they are aural—complete with wigs, costumes, and prop-wielding backup singers.
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“Not so much post- as pre-rock, L.A. chanteuse LaMuff evokes several of the entries in Nick Tosches’ estimable study Unsung Heroes of Rock ‘N’ Roll while working her own permutation of SoCal hip-hop. The title track’s epically weird “It ain’t lame/It’s lamé” is merely the opening salvo in a Somme-like bombardment of half-connected nouns and verbs that add up to the funniest thing since Lothar & the Hand People. LaMuff’s voice is clearly the product of many hours of highly competent training and she displays a commendable sense of variety, following up the aforementioned Tinseltown camp with “Proof,” a synth-driven disco sobber of the kind Grace Jones used to emit back in the Reagan Age. “Come On, Taste My Rainbow” is a word salad built on a chopped-up Eurythmics riff with a rhyme of “refraction” with “attraction” that is one of its more edible components. The deadpan “Scrabble Champ” closes out proceedings in an icy hail of glossolalia, neologism a”