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Total Brick @ 8 pm Naomi Greenwald @ 9 pm Glen Martin @ 10 pm Ralph Torrefranca @ 11 pm The Vigils @ 12 am Los Angeles–based singer-songwriter Naomi Greenwald released her debut album, Darkbloom, in early 2011 to rave reviews. "It captures the sound of an artist in the first flush of rock 'n' roll revelry,” writes Blurt Magazine and recently, “Don’t Forget Hallelujah” was featured on NPR’s “Song of the Day.” With a voice reminiscent of the soulful Stevie Nicks and the rock sensibilities of Kim Deal, Greenwald—who moved from New York to Los Angeles in 2007 to pursue a PhD in literature—paired up with producer Dave Trumfio (Wilco, Built to Spill), and a team impressive backers with whom she performs regularly in LA to create a rich and highly textured collection of original songs that traverses several genres that have influenced Naomi’s unique songwriting style since growing up in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Sarah Pigion @ 8 pm Cities @ 9 pm Liz wood @ 10 pm Aaron White @ 11 pm For the Kings @ 12 am http://www.ralphtorrefranca.com/
Glowbird @ 9 pm Ralph Torrefranca @ 10 pm The Blvds @ 11 pm Eekis @ 12 am
Sounds Like: Bryan John Appleby, The Head and the Heart, City and Colour, Death Cab for Cutie, Good Old War
Bio: Indie singer-songwriter and So-cal native Ralph Torrefranca has gained some notable attention in the past few months. An opening slot for a sold out show at the historic El Rey Theater and a handful of successful shows in LA, Santa Barbara and The OC. On top of all of this, Torrefranca released h...See Full Bio
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“A onetime staple in S.B’s band scene, Torrefranca in his new solo project is no doubt our favorite incarnation yet. The guitars are fast and furious, calling to mind Fleet Foxes at their most insistent, and the lovelorn lyrics and emphatic deliveries make us think of early Death Cab for Cutie, minus the obnoxious insecurity issues, of course”